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Splash Damage's Extraction reverts title to Dirty Bomb

Naming things you love is hard. We face a fresh dose of indecisiveness at the sight of every in-game character naming screen, and there are plenty of deleted, re-entered and deleted-again ideas that eventually get scrapped in favor of the default suggestion. Brink developer Splash Damage must be...

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Report: Multiplayer-less Batman: Arkham Origins to cost $50 on Wii U

The Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins will be missing $10 from its price tag in addition to the absent multiplayer content planned for the 360, PS3 and PC versions of the game, Kotaku reports. Amazon's listing for the Wii U version is currently priced at $49.96. Publisher Warner Bros....

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Extraction, formerly Dirty Bomb, starts closed beta in October

Splash Damage's Extraction, which you may know better as Dirty Bomb, is set to launch a closed beta on October 1, publisher Nexon America has announced. All interested parties looking to get in on the free-to-play PC shooter's closed sampler session can sign up over on the official site right now....

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No multiplayer for Wii U's Batman: Arkham Origins

Batman: Arkham Origins won't have a multiplayer component on Wii U, a Warner Bros. spokesperson has confirmed to Eurogamer. The decision reflects a desire to focus "on platforms with the largest MP audience." The competitive multiplayer mode, revealed today, features a three-way stand-off...

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Be or beat Batman in Arkham Origins multiplayer mode

Despite holding a career-defining grudge against them, Batman has just gained a few bullets for the back of his game's box. Batman: Arkham Origins will ship with a competitive online multiplayer mode developed by Splash Damage, the studio behind Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and Brink. [Update: The...

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Dirty Bomb closed alpha under way today, sign-ups still open

Splash Damage's closed alpha for Dirty Bomb, the developer's first self-funded and self-published PC game, kicked off today. The company will begin sending invites out to its "founder's club" today and anybody interested in participating can head on over to dirtybombgame.com to sign up. In a...

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Dirty Bomb debut gameplay video sees London Bridge fall down

Brink developer Splash Damage has released the first gameplay footage of upcoming free-to-play online multiplayer shooter Dirty Bomb. The video depicts a very authentic-looking London Bridge, except for all the large scale warfare which isn't typical....

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Brink dev reveals new PC multiplayer shooter Dirty Bomb

Brink and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars developer Splash Damage announced Dirty Bomb this morning, a new PC multiplayer shooter from the broadened developer. The teaser video showcases what looks like modern day London, except torn up by lots of people shooting and exploding the hell out of each...

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RAD Soldiers have a recipe for destruction in latest trailer

Originally supposed to launch back in June, Splash Damage's turn-based/asynchronous iOS strategy game, RAD Soldiers, should be launched "soon." This latest trailer, however, is available right this second to show you how combining London, a bomb and some Russians can result in handheld funtimes....

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Splash Damage: Brink sales estimated at 2.5 million

Despite a rocky launch and underwhelming critical reception, Brink went on to do "all right" on the PC thanks to multitudes of patches, free DLC and a sprinkle of magical sales dust from the Steam Discount Fairy. As it turns out, all right actually means pretty damn good: "It's estimated to have...

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