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Scourge: Outbreak infects Steam for PC and Mac

Third-person sci-fi shooter Scourge: Outbreak is now available on Steam, and is 10 percent off ($7.19) until Wednesday, April 9. Developed by Tragnarion Studios, the game first launched on Xbox Live Arcade in July 2013 after being announced in May 2012. The squad-based shooter features...

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Scourge: Outbreak spreads to PSN, XBLA, Mac this summer

Tragnarion Studios, who you may (may!) remember from the DS game Doodle Hex, is working on a futuristic third-person shooter for XBLA, PSN (PS3), and Mac. Yes, those are the correct platforms. Scourge: Outbreak introduces the "Echo Squad," a group of mercenaries hired to take out the Nogari...

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The Scourge Project hits Steam in March; new trailer now

Tragnarion Studios has released the first trailer for it's upcoming episodic shooter for PC, Xbox Live Arcade and PSN, The Scourge Project. The trailer sports Unreal-powered graphics and paints a picture of a bleak world in which a monstrous menace seems to have infested all walks of life. The...

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Scourge Project 3rd-person shooting to Steam, XBLA

click to enlarge Tragnarion Studios has announced that it will soon bring its third-person shooter, entitled The Scourge Project -- first announced in 2007 -- to Xbox Live Arcade, PSN and Steam. The game, powered by the Unreal Engine, promises "a unique focus on co-operative narrative and...

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Doodle Hex trailer lacks doodling, hexing

To be honest, this Doodle Hex trailer completely vexes us. For one, it's entirely devoid of gameplay footage. For us, when we check out a trailer for a game, we usually expect gameplay footage from that game. But, hey, maybe that's just us. Then again, it's a puzzle game. So we pretty much know the...

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