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by Ozzie Mejia, shacknews.com, Jul 2, 2014 4:15PM PDT

The zombie-filled world of DayZ is expanding even further with the game's latest update. The new patch adds some bug fixes and deals with optimization issues, while also tossing in some new map areas and additional weapons. Read more

Killing Floor is getting a substantial new update called End of the Line, which will introduce a free map pack and paid cosmetic packs for all players by the end of Wednesday. Read more

DC Universe Online has battled across Earth for a couple of years, but the battle is about to spread into the cosmos. Sony Online Entertainment's MMORPG will introduce Jack Kirby's Fourth World with a new DLC pack called Halls of Power, with Part I set to release this summer. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Jul 2, 2014 1:30PM PDT

We all know the games you loved so far this year, and now it's our turn. The Shacknews crew has put together its own list of our favorites, with a tight one-game-per-person rule. No ties, no second place, just our standout personal favorites of 2014's first half. Read more

Lindsay Lohan has filed a lawsuit against Rockstar Games over the use of her resemblance in Grand Theft Auto 5. Read more

Murdered: Soul Suspect developer Airtight Games has reportedly closed up shop. Read more

by Robert Workman, shacknews.com, Jul 2, 2014 10:00AM PDT

Bored this summer? We've got ten game picks that will perk you right up. Read more

Ubisoft has dated the first piece of downloadable content for Trials Fusion, Riders of the Rustlands. It will hit the gas on July 29 for $4.99. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Jul 2, 2014 8:10AM PDT

Dilemma-based adventure game Gods Will Be Watching has gotten its first gameplay trailer, showing some of the ugly scenarios you'll have to face. Read more

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has introduced Operation Breakout, a collection of six community-generated maps. A $5.99 "All Access" pass will let you access missions and other connected features as the maps remain on playlists through October 2. Read more