Posts Tagged ‘shooter’

Gaming With Killatia Killing Floor 2 Review

by killatiaon September 25, 2017
Today on Gaming With Killatia we take a look at the action packed fps zombie game Killing Floor 2! This this worth your time killing all of the zeds in the game? Watch to find out! Youtube Channel: Twitch: Facebook: Twitter: Patreon: Website:

Review | Project Remedium (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron September 22, 2017
We’ve been granted the chance to check out a new shooter occurring within the human body itself, Project Remedium. Will it live up to its claims? Story Although the game claims to be quite story driven, the story itself is rather simple; You play as a nanobot injected into a little girl. Your objective, as […]

REDspace unleashes VR sports/shooter title for Oculus Rift

by Charlie Grammeron August 11, 2017
REDspace was thrilled to announce the official release of their new virtual reality sports/shooter hybrid title known as Gunball on the Oculus Rift via Steam. This is a wacky and action-packed game initially released on the HTC Vive back in June, and players around the world have been enjoying the gaming experience.   Jeremy McCurdy, Game Designer […]

SCALPERS: Turtle & the Moonshine Gang attacks

by Charlie Grammeron December 27, 2016
A Sweet Studio has presented a new fast-paced co-op action game just in time for the New Year known as SCALPERS: Turtle & the Moonshine Gang. This title was inspired by co-op games, MMOs, and action role-playing games, taking various elements from all of these genres. It has been submitted to Steam Greenlight for a PC […]

Gaming With Killatia Titanfall 2 Review

by killatiaon November 7, 2016
Today on Gaming With Killatia we take a look at Respawn Entertainment’s latest fps Titanfall 2! Not just an improvement over its predecessor but it also add in a nice beefy single player campaign as well. How does it fair when games like Battlefield One also wants your game time? Titanfall 2 was played on […]

Oasis Games announces strong lineup of five PlayStation VR titles

by Charlie Grammeron August 31, 2016
Oasis Games Ltd was recently excited to announce that they will be releasing a strong, diverse lineup of five PlayStation VR titles, which is more than any other third party publisher, during the launch window. The titles that will be released during the 90-day launch window include Ace Banana, Weeping Doll, Pixel Gear, Dying: Reborn, and Mixip. […]

Dirty Bomb receives biggest update of the year

by Charlie Grammeron April 6, 2016
Splash Damage’s free-to-play shooter, Dirty Bomb, has today received the biggest update of the year so far, known as the “Rogue en Vogue” update. This new update provides new content, including the new Merc Aimee, who comes equipped with an array of sniper rifles and SNITCH Device, which can spot and weaken enemies. In addition, a new […]

Phosphor Games announces The Brookhaven Experiment, HTC Vive’s scariest horror game

by Charlie Grammeron March 9, 2016
Phosphor Games today announced “Vive’s scariest horror game,” as they put it, The Brookhaven Experiment. This title is an upcoming virtual reality shooter that limits the players resources as they struggle to survive an apocalyptic new world full of horrific monsters. Chet Faliszek of Valve stated, “As a developer on the Left 4 Dead series, we […]

Hero Forces launches for mobile devices

by Charlie Grammeron January 28, 2016
Playcube today announced that their new player-versus-player shooting game, Hero Forces, has officially launched for iPhone, iPad, and Android. Players will be placed into a world as members of an elite task force who must take on terrorists and mercenaries from across the globe, as well as challenge rivals for supremacy in real-time PvP matches. Check out […]

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: First Assault to enter beta in October

by Charlie Grammeron September 19, 2015
Nexon America recently revealed details for a tactical team-based shooter based on the popular Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex franchise. This game, known as Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: First Assault Online (or simply First Assault), places you in the role of an augmented soldier fighting terrorists on the streets of […]

Review | Tower of Guns

by Adam Larckon April 30, 2015
When Rogue Legacy released, that really sparked my interest in roguelike games. That is, games where a death results in starting over from square one. With Tower of Guns, my interest in roguelikes has been rekindled, just now with guns instead of swords and knights. Tower of Guns starts off with a random story each […]