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The Road Ahead For Brutal FPS Interstellar Marines – Interview With Zero Point Software Interviews 8

Interviews 8 Independent Danish video game developer Zero Point Software is about to move into the next phase of early access for their immersive, sci-fi, first-person combat-survival game, Interstellar Marines, with the introduction of “The NeuroGen Incident.” On September 18, the new gameplay module will focus solely on co-operative, team-based action, offering a new story-based mission that will […]

Destiny Cometh – Be Prepared With These 8 Steps News 33

News 33 Aside from kissing your friends, family, and loved ones goodbye, there are a few important steps you need to take before this Tuesday, September 9. What’s happening this Tuesday, September 9, you ask? We’re going on an adventure. But, not one filled with Hobbits, dwarves, and dragons. No. One filled with Guardians, aliens, and space […]

The Legacy of Bungie – How it Became Such An Iconic Developer Editorials 34

Editorials 34 Bungie has undoubtedly grown to become one of the most iconic developers that has ever graced the gaming industry. With Marathon and Myth blowing the minds of MAC and PC gamers around the world, the Halo trilogy and its expansions doing the same for Xbox owners, and Destiny becoming the most preordered new IP in […]

Modern Combat 5: Blackout Review – Top-Notch Mobile FPS Action At Your Finger Tips Reviews 13

Reviews 13 Modern Combat, a hand-held first-person shooter from developer Gameloft and the closest thing you’ll get to a triple-A console shooter on mobile, returns to iOS, Android, and Windows Phone with the fifth entry in the now long-running series. Premium priced at $6.99 USD, Modern Combat 5: Blackout does away with in-app purchases and, instead, offers a shooter jam-packed […]

Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition Review – Definitive Co-Op Action on Consoles Reviews 7

Reviews 7 It’s been 11 long months since the arrival of Blizzard Entertainment’s popular dungeon crawler, Diablo 3, on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 — even longer since it’s initial launch on PC and Mac back in May, 2012. Life in the world of Sanctuary has since begun to grow rather stale. Thankfully, as of August 19th, 2014, those […]

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Multiplayer Q&A – TTK, Quick-Scoping, Titanfall Comparison, and More Editorials 53

Editorials 53 Hey guys! Thank you all for sending in your Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer questions on Twitter, YouTube, and in the comment sections on MP1st. I’ve rounded all of them up and done my best to answer with the knowledge I possess based on my hands-on time with the game. I touch on subjects […]

Advanced Warfare Multiplayer Preview – Learn to Play Call of Duty, Again News 109

News 109 Watching the count-down timer to match start has never been so exciting. For the first time in nearly a decade, here in a room full of press, media, and Call of Duty fans situated atop the One Kearny in downtown San Francisco, I was about to re-learn how to play Call of Duty. The match begins. […]

MP1st Reader Blog: How To Complete The Phantom Initiate Assignment in Battlefield 4 News 19

News 19 The MP1st reader blog is an open discussion lead by MP1st readers about the multiplayer titles and topics we cover. To learn how to have your voice heard, check out the Blog section on the MP1st Forums in the Multiplayer’s Lounge. To complete the Phantom Initiate assignment, you must be a Premium member for Battlefield 4. To […]

Advanced Warfare Multiplayer Teaser Analysis – Exo-Suit Abilities, Score Streaks, New Mini-Map, Field Orders, and More Editorials 58

Editorials 58 It was brief, but the five second teaser at the end of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s recently outed campaign story trailer was more than enough to tell us a few key points about the game’s highly anticipated multiplayer. Before we get to the details, here are some stills from the trailer: Analysis Boost Jump - In […]

Opinion – Battlefield Hardline’s Delay Could Make or Break the Franchise Editorials 74

Editorials 74 Battlefield Hardline has faced scrutiny from the gaming community since the very second it was leaked back in May. After two weeks with the first Hardline Beta on PC and PlayStation 4, though a handful of fans became excited for something new, some veterans of the series thought to themselves (and out loud to the […]

Opinion – Welcome to Next-Gen, Same as the Last-Gen Editorials 169

Editorials 169 A question was posed to me recently during a conversation that I was a bit surprised I didn’t have a great answer to: “Well, what’s a really great next-gen only title?”, he asked. “Uhhhh…” When I arrived home later in the day, I checked through my current collection of PlayStation 4 titles only to find […]

Opinion – The Destiny of Timed Exclusive Content, What Does the Future Hold? Editorials 113

Editorials 113 Timed exclusive content is nothing new. Microsoft got the ball rolling last generation when it started locking down Call of Duty expansions on the Xbox 360 for 30-day periods before jumping over to the PlayStation 3. To many, it was an annoyance. To others, it was bragging rights. But for the most part, it was more or less […]

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