Multiplayer Combat Game 'Dead Star' Announced Shutdown Next Month

Multiplayer Combat Game 'Dead Star' Announced Shutdown Next Month

The Austin-based company, Armature Studio, announced that the multiplayer combat game "Dead Star" will be shut down on November 1. In its official website, there is no stated reason why the game will be shut down, but the director of operations of Armature said that the operating costs exceed the income.

by Samille Jan Abada

“No Man’s Sky” Tricks And Tips: Selling “Bypass Chips” The Fastest Way To Get A Better Ship?

Playstation News: PS3, PS4, and PS Vita Deals This Week Revealed

This week's Playstation Store deals are pretty hot, including "Far Cry 4," and "Fallout 4."

by Joe Marsalis

Annual E3 Gaming Conference In Los Angeles

‘PlayStation Plus Free Games’ Latest News & Update: August Free Offers Now Live

PlayStation Plus subscribers can now get hold of the August free games over at the PlayStation store. There will be a total of six games that customers can get their hands on.

by Snooky Grawls

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

Two Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Trailers Highlight All 14 Playable Characters From Class Zero; Screenshots For All Cadets

Square Enix today released two clever and well done 'propaganda' war time news reports for their upcoming remake, Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. The trailers briefly highlight each of the 14 members of Class Zero that players can control throughout the game. We have screens of each one for you.

by Steve Buja

PES 2014 Screenshot

PES 2014 will give Xbox One, PS4 and Wii U miss: Konami

PES 2014, the Fox Engine powered soccer sim is only set for a Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC and PSP release.

by Ural Garrett

ESRB ratings for GTA 1 and 2

Grand Theft Auto 1 And 2 To Be Released For PS3, PS Vita? [LEAK]

The original Grand Theft Auto and Grand Theft Auto 2 were released in 1997 and 1999, respectively. Travel back in time to 1997.

by Prarthito Maity

Ouya

Why Consoles Have Nothing To Fear From Mobile Gaming [OPINION]

Smartphone and handhelds are nifty but consoles have nothing to fear. It will be a long time before they're considered a viable threat to the console market.

by Luke Caulfield

  
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