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Loadout bringing PS4 owners an embarrassment of bullets

Loadout, a cartoonish third-person shooter that lets you build the weapon of your dreams and your enemies' nightmares, will be coming to Sony's PlayStation 4, developer Edge of Reality has announced. Like its Steam counterpart, Loadout on PS4 will cost zero dollars and zero cents to download and ...

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Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark trailer thinks it's for a movie

It doesn't seem like anyone in Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is much for diplomacy, which makes sense when you consider their arms can turn into chain guns and missile launchers. Get a glimpse of the upcoming brawl in this cinematic, backed-by-bwaaam-sounds trailer. [Image: Activision] ...

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Two million accounts have crafted weapons in F2P shooter Loadout

Loadout developer Edge of Reality announced yesterday that the build-what-you-want, shoot-everyone-in-sight game had more than 2 million accounts get locked 'n' loaded - that's "created" in layman's terms - in the short span of two weeks. Note that this is 2 million accounts, not necessarily 2 m...

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Meet 'Annihilation,' Loadout's wacky take on team warfare

Loadout's key feature may be its massive abundance of player-crafted guns, but as this developer-led walkthrough of the "Annihilation" gametype demonstrates, the game delivers more than just mix-and-match boomsticks - it also offers helpful butt syringes....

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Loadout opens its doors to amateur gunsmiths on January 31

Come January 31, developer Edge of Reality will release Loadout, which differentiates itself from the legions of other free-to-play shooters by allowing players to build their own weaponry. "Loadout's weapon-crafting system runs so deep that there are over 44 billion possible creations to assemb...

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Loadout lets you create the weapon you want

If there's still any question in your mind that we're in the middle of a free-to-play trend, you can put it to rest right now: Most of the PAX show floor was taken up by indie titles currently in a closed beta, and heading towards a free-to-play "open beta release" later on this year. Firefall migh...

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Cipher Complex, not quite vaporware yet

Starcraft: Ghost. The Phantom. And let's face it, Sadness, too. Video game history is littered with the corpses of titles and projects that choked on their own ambition before making it to the finish line. So much so that we've become accustomed to second guessing games that stay out of the spotli...

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Pitfall Wii-vived for 'The Big Adventure'

Activision asks: "What could be more fun than using the Wii Remote to swing on a vine over blood thirsty crocodiles as retro-cool Pitfall Harry?!" We wonder: Uh, and how does one swing from a Wiimote exactly? Ready or not, a "new generation of gamers" will plummet to certain doom this fall, when Ac...

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Hulk screens, Gamestop gets exclusive

The super-powered open world genre is now wide open thanks to Prototype being delayed, and The Incredible Hulk is going to be all there really is in city destruction this fall. Previous screens didn't show much else besides the Hulk himself, but these showcase the Abomination, New York and the graph...

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Incredible Hulk screens definitely star The Hulk

You might be asking yourself, "what's with the headline?" Well, what more is there to say about these screens of the upcoming Incredible Hulk movie-game other than The Hulk is in them. They don't look especially good and considering the team that brought us Ultimate Destruction is busy doing their ...

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