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Interstellar Marines uses the buddy system, gets co-op in September

Interstellar Marines has sold over 100,000 copies since it launched in July 2013 on Steam Early Access, developer Zero Point Software announced this week. The sci-fi game has generated "more than $1.5 million in revenue" for the studio. Still in "heavy development," the tactical FPS will also...

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Humble's Modern Retro Bundle features AVGN Adventures, Tiny Barbarian DX

If you enjoy modern takes on classic gameplay formulas, the latest Humble Flash Bundle has a lot to offer with pay-what-you-want copies of Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures, Full Bore, and more. Pay $1 or more for Humble's Modern Retro bundle and you'll get Steam codes for the Oregon...

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Launch an attack on Titan Souls and die plenty in new gameplay trailer

Out in Q1 2015, PS4, Vita and Steam top-down death factory Titan Souls has a single task for you: defeat 20 bosses. Unfortunately, you only have one bow and one arrow. Oh, and just one hit point. To see why that ungodly formula could be fun, check out our preview. [Image: Devolver Digital] ...

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Go go desert rangers, Wasteland 2 out September 19

Pack your shotgun, sun cream, anti-radiation pills and don't forget the toothbrush, because after a quarter of a century, the sequel to Wasteland is nearly here. inXile boss Brian Fargo confirmed the post-apocalyptic RPG is nailed in to hit PC, Mac and Linux on September 19. Wasteland 2 was due...

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Burn, crush your jelly pals in Gang Beasts from Double Fine

Gang Beasts is a silly, brutal brawler starring four jelly-boned fighters in local co-op matches, and it's now getting publishing support from Double Fine. The game comes from three brothers at UK studio Boneloaf, and it combines ragdoll physics, environmental hazards and gummy-bear-style...

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Super Meat Boy dev teases 'A Voyeur for September'

What to make of this, hmm? Super Meat Boy and Mew-Genics studio Team Meat is teasing a new "live-action stealth game" called A Voyeur for September, which in and of itself is a bit weird. Let's face it, live-action stealth... whatever that is... would be a seismic departure from what we're used to...

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Titan Souls: One hit point, one bow, one arrow, lots of deaths

Of the three key influences in Acid Nerve's Titan Souls, From Software's Souls series is the least obvious. The PS4, Vita and PC game is an immediate callback to top-down Zeldas like A Link to the Past, with its pixelated bow-wielding hero dueling with boss after boss hidden in room-like caverns....

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Defense Grid 2 out September 23 on Steam, PS4, Xbox One

Hidden Path Entertainment's tower defense sequel Defense Grid 2 is primed for a September release on Steam, Xbox Live, and the PlayStation Network, publisher 505 Games announced this week. The result of a successful Kickstarter project and follow-up investment, Defense Grid 2 boasts a lengthy...

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Goat Simulator makes big bucks with 'almost 1 million' sales

Of all the many "simulator" games, Goat Simulator stands out as one of the silliest and craziest to catch heat. That's reflected by the game's sales to date of "almost 1 million," as announced by Coffee Stain Studio's Armin Ibrisagic at GDC Europe this morning. It's no surprise, then, that the...

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Gods Will Be Watching Review: Morality After Math

Gods Will Be Watching is one of the best games I've ever hated. It's more fun to unpack than to play, and easier to admire than love. It looks like a classic point-and-click adventure, with pixel-thin characters standing on stilt legs as they spew sci-fi exposition in chunky text, but Gods Will...

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