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by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Aug 22, 2012 7:00AM PDT

"The world doesn't need more dragons," Undead Labs boldly declared it announced a multiplayer zombie sandbox game codenamed 'Class3' back in 2009. Oh, how little they knew! Now, one zombie craze later, the studio founded by Blizzard veteran and ArenaNet co-founder Jeff Strain is finally showing off the rotting fruits of the labour, now named State of Decay and coming to PC and Xbox 360. Read more

Spec Ops: The Line is getting a free co-op update today, offering four objective-based scenarios for two players. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Aug 21, 2012 4:00PM PDT

An online multiplayer service with stats and unlockables and all that jazz might not have been at the top of your wishlist for Resident Evil 6, but you're getting one. Capcom today dropped a trailer showing off what Resident Evil.net will bring, along with word that the console editions have gone gold. Read more

Ubisoft announced the next DLC for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier today. "Raven Strike" will include three new campaigns and one new Guerrilla Mode map for $14.99 on September 11. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Aug 21, 2012 10:15AM PDT

Harmonix has detailed its story mode for Dance Central 3, and revealed nine new tracks you'll get down to in the decade-spanning adventure. Read more

When Konami originally announced Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance at E3 2009 under the more sensible name of Metal Gear Solid: Rising, it planned to release a PC edition. This was casually dropped when the game was reborn Read more

Although Remember Me didn't start life as a Capcom project, it's slowly turning into one. Capcom is collaborating with developer Dontnod Entertainment by giving them access to Yoshinori Ono, producer of the Street Fighter franchise. Read more

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will already have a Plaguefest zombie mod available when it launches tomorrow. Read more

If you want to find out more about DmC's specific combat mechanics, this new video will help you understand what the difference between Angel and Demon mode is and how to use Dante's various special moves. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Aug 20, 2012 9:30AM PDT

Dubstep is the new zombies. Just as those shambling corpses were exciting in video games, then a bit tedious, next horribly over-used, before being redeemed by DayZ and The Walking Dead, so Double Fine Productions has saved dubstep from its dark path in the sequel to Double Fine Happy Action Theater. Revealed on Friday, the yet-unnamed follow-up brings new toys including building and smashing castles, faeries, and the most amazing video game dubstep sequence you've ever seen. Read more

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