Page 12 | Shooters
An unlikely Twitter campaign unearths a unique chunk of video game history.
The art of shooting things has fallen to the wayside.
Relish in the art of Blizzard's almost-one-year-old shooter.
An ode to one of Platinum's more underappreciated gems.
DIGITAL GEMS: Finally, a reason to dust off your Playstation VR headset.
Stream the open beta, show off your skills, play some Quake Champions.
Nintendo is still all-in on limiting our map choices, apparently.
Bluepoint is getting fairly aggressive with improvements to its battle royale game.
But the fans don't seem to mind.
THE MASS EFFECT TRILOGY REVISITED: In the first of our three essays revisiting the Mass Effect trilogy, contributor Doc Burford makes an argument for the original game being the best.
All the information on the first piece of DLC for Battlefield 1, when it's coming out, and how much it costs.
What do you think of World War I now?
Video games will probably still be blamed for society's ills, but there's less and less data to go on.
New Switch owners will have a taste of Nintendo's squiddy shooter sequel.
We continue our annual awards countdown with a look at the best in multiplayer for 2016.
We kick off our annual awards with a look at the best in this year's single-player campaigns.
2016 IN REVIEW: Every year seems to feature a bevy of quality FPS titles, but 2016 saw some exceptional releases.
But no Game of the Year nod for Battlefield 1.
The ghost of Bob Mackey returns to tell us the haunting tale of an unbeatable (?) NES death gauntlet: Fester's Quest.
Developer will hand day-to-day operations of their flawed but ambitious shooter to 2K Games.
Does a new setting elevate DICE's venerable shooter?
Those looking forward to playing Battlefield 1 today will likely have some trouble.
A look back to that brilliant but rarely seen mid-'90s arcade classic, Elevator Action II.
Next up, Jeff Minter will genetically engineer the Loch Ness monster from DNA extracted from a mosquito in amber.
By working in only two genres, Oasis' first four PSVR titles demonstrate the range of possibilities within VR applications for familiar game types.
It's been a weird and turbulent decade for Final Fantasy XV, but this new mobile tie-in may well take the cake.
Seriously, it's not as bad as its reputation would suggest.
Try some Blast Ball before you decide you hate Blast Ball.
Why has the relationship between video games and the world's most popular film franchise become so strained?
Plus additional info that we learned from an event earlier today.
While this M2-developed SEGA compilation has its drawbacks, it's still a heck of a package.
Star Fox Zero will be the latest game in the series to lean on innovation. Here are a few of the previous attempts, and whether they were ultimately successful.
Forget Star Fox Zero and check out the Super NES game this afternoon at 4 ET/1 PT. Hope you like triangles!
Two new maps and a new mode await for those who pre-ordered the core game.
Do you own the original disc? You might want to sell it now.
Times have changed more than you think since 2008.
Does Bungie's new multiplayer shooter have what it takes to stand out in a crowded market of open-world and MMO games, or will this large-scale take on Halo be a snoozer?
If Doom established the FPS concept, its sequel revealed the genre's true potential.
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