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UK developer Rebellion acquires TickTock Games

Rebellion Developments, who most recently were responsible for treasure-huntin' shooter Strange Brigade, has announced that they have acquired Yorkshire-based indie developer TickTock Games, adding them to Rebellion's expanding presence in ...

 
 
 
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Strange Brigade are ready to explore The Sunken Kingdom

Rebellion has announced that loot-hunting adventurers can now explore The Sunken Kingdom, the second DLC chapter to be added to their vintage co-op shooter, Strange Brigade.The Sunken Kingdom includes a new scenario for our team of intrepid...

 
 
 
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Strange Brigade lays out roadmap for upcoming DLC

1930s co-op shooter Strange Brigade is now out there in the wilderness, stealing through tombs and treasures the world over. To keep the adventures fresh, developer Rebellion has a trove of free and paid DLC content planned for the game's f...

 
 
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Strange Brigade launch trailer introduces Winston Bey

We are less than a week out from the launch of Rebellion's 1930s co-op shooter, Strange Brigade, the studio has put out one final trailer for the adventure title, which lets us soak up its mummy-hunting shenanigans.Not only that, but we als...

 
 
 
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New Strange Brigade trailer details its post-launch DLC

Rebellion's 1930's-set adventure title Strange Brigade may not have hit the shelves yet, but that hasn't stopped the developer starting up the hype train for the game's post-release content with a new trailer showing off its upcoming DLC.St...

 
 
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Vintage mummy-hunting action in Strange Brigade trailer

Developer Rebellion have announced that their multiplayer shooter Strange Brigade will be on-site for all to see at E3 2018 next week. The studio also dropped a short trailer for the upcoming title, just shy of a year from its initial annou...

 
 
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Battlezone drops VR requirement with new Gold Edition

Rebellion's cooperative arcade tank combat game Battlezone was an early highlight for PlayStation VR, and now that the reboot has made its way to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, it's finally time to make room for non-VR players. With this week's ...

 
 
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Rebellion reveals supernatural co-op shooter Strange Brigade

Aside from Rogue Trooper Redux, Rebellion's other new project is Strange Brigade, a globetrotting 1930s adventure for PC, PS4, and Xbox One in which you'll "explore the ancient world as one of four dashing explorers, each blessed with their...

 
 
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Review: Sniper Elite 4

I love sniping in games, but I never do it. That’s because I’m terrible at sniping in video games. Give me a sniper rifle during a multiplayer match and you may as well have pulled the plug on my session, for that&rsqu...

 
 
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Review in Progress: Sniper Elite 4

Here's a fun fact for you: The invasion of Normandy, one of the largest military operations ever conducted, was delayed! Originally scheduled to take place on June 5th, 1944, a forecast of bad weather convinced Allied leadership to put thei...

 
 
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Rebellion patches in PS4 Pro support for Battlezone

Battlezone isn't making the same waves that other PlayStation VR games like Job Simulator, Thumper, and Rez Infinite are, but I keep coming back to it and staying up way, way too late trying to best its challenging procedurally-generated ca...

 
 
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Review: Battlezone

Out of all the PlayStation VR launch games, none was a bigger question mark for me than Battlezone. Maybe I'm underestimating the appreciation and allegiance for this classic arcade property, but ever since hearing about Rebellion's 2016 re...

 
 
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Review: Battlezone 98 Redux

If you split my head open and dumped out all the individual ideas and nonsense that clutters up my mind into one of those kitschy word clouds, I know what terms would stand out in bold. Tanks. Hover-tanks. Cold War insanity. MOON BATT...

 
 
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Sniper Elite 4, now with more Assassin's Creed

For whatever reason -- perhaps through no fault of its own -- I can't help but see the workings of other games when I look at Sniper Elite. Rube Goldberg-lite environmental executions remind me of Hitman. Third-person stealth melee killing ...

 
 
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Sniper Elite 4 is 'built from the ground up' for current-gen

I never would've guessed Rebellion had so many Sniper Elite titles in it, but people keep buying them, so the studio's output has been that series and not much else these past several years (aside from a reportedly badass Battlezone reboot ...

 
 
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Rebellion has bought the 'Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries' IP

A while ago, we reported that developer GRIN was closing down. Unfortunately, this meant all of the physical Kickstarter rewards for its game Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries would not be given to backers, and there would be no more of the Wool...

 
 
 
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Review: Zombie Army Trilogy

The Sniper Elite series has been around for quite some time, entertaining fans since 2005 on pretty much every platform known to man. But alongside of the core historical-centric games there has been a lesser known sub-franchise known as Na...

 
 
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Sniper Elite 3 lets you pay to kill Hitler now

Now that Sniper Elite 3's been out for a few weeks, anyone that's developed an adequately itchy trigger finger can set their crosshairs on a significantly more prominent figure. Adolf Hitler's the target this time, and he's kind of the glue...

 
 
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Download Sniper Elite V2 for free on Steam

Rebellion is letting Steam users download its World War II shooter Sniper Elite V2 for free and yes, you get to keep it "forever." The 24-hour promotion is good until tomorrow at 10:00am Pacific. Sniper Elite V2 is that game in which you ca...

 
 
 
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Evil Genius is back on Facebook of all places

I love me some Evil Genius. Enough that I'm willing to try Evil Genius Online, which is Rebellion's free-to-play approximation of the classic base-building game. It's playable now in open beta on Facebook and while it's got the usual baggag...

 
 




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