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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare raids Xbox 360, PS3 in December

Despite prior claims of an October release, Activision has now announced a December 3 launch for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of blood-slicked melee multiplayer game Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. Originally released for the PC two years ago, Torn Banner Studios' Chivalry: Medieval...

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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare set for an October bloodfest

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare should be out on Xbox 360 ready for some Halloween knight-time fun, at least according to a new trailer and Xbox Marketplace listing. Going by the listing, Torn Banner's multiplayer close-combat chaos is available to download on October 28, while a new Xbox-published...

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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare dashing onto consoles

The knightly carnage of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is coming to PS3 and Xbox 360 later this year, with Activision on publishing duties. Torn Banner's melee-heavy multiplayer game is set for the consoles' digital storefronts, but prices and release dates are yet to be announced. Chivalry:...

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Steam belts out Rocksmith daily deal; Chivalry, Natural Selection 2 weekend deals

Rocksmith, Ubisoft's guitar tutorial software, is in the Steam daily sale spotlight today, down to $7.50 until 10am PT tomorrow. This sale doesn't mitigate the need for a Rocksmith Real Tone Cable, so you'll need to purchase that separately. Steam has also initiated its weekend deals,...

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Chivalry's medieval warfare demonstrated

We talked about Chivalry: Medieval Warfare after experiencing its brutal swordfighting at PAX East. Now you can see it for yourself in this video developer blog. Lead developer Steve Piggott also discusses what makes Chivalry's first-person medievalness different from other melee combat, such as...

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'War of the Roses' and 'Chivalry' wage war without all the nonsense

Of all the games I played this year at PAX East, two unlikely contenders stood out. They weren't indie darlings or supported by the donations of Kickstarter enthusiasts. And they weren't first-person shooters, nor character action games set against historic backdrops. Both games – Fatshark's...

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