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Borderlands 2 – Mad Moxxi And The Wedding Day Massacre DLC Review Reviews 2

Reviews 2 With Valentine’s Day soon upon us, Borderlands 2 developer Gearbox has decided to show their loyal vault hunters across all platforms some love in a Valentine’s Day themed add-on, Mad Moxxi And The Wedding Day Massacre. Although themed on a holiday based on love, the DLC is quite the opposite, as per the usual Borderlands […]

Titanfall Preview – The Next Hardcore Shooter, or a Casual Pastime? Media 62

Media 62 Without a doubt, Titanfall is going to be one of the the most fun-filled and action-packed first-person shooters you will play this year. But is there enough depth to sustain and breathe life into this brand new IP from ex-Call of Duty creators, now called Respawn Entertainment? First-person shooters are my jam. They’re all I […]

Titanfall Game Director Steve Fukuda on Pilot-Only Game Modes, Source Engine, Burn Cards and More Interviews 4

Interviews 4 Earlier this month, MP1st got some hands-on time with Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC shooter, Titanfall. If you haven’t yet, be sure to catch our Titanfall Preview where we ask if the game’s addicting and accessible formula will be hardcore enough for the more intermediate to advanced first-person shooter players out […]

5 Things That Made Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare So Iconic News 90

News 90 There is a good reason why nearly one hundred percent of MP1st’s staff chose Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare as the most memorable game of the previous console generation when we said goodbye to it last November. I could write a series of novels bigger than the Harry Potter saga explaining why Call of […]

Insurgency Review – Uncompromising Reviews 31

Reviews 31 From their humble beginnings as creators of the original Half-Life 2 mod, Insurgency: Modern Infantry Combat, New World Interactive are taking a crack at a fully-realized tactical PC shooter built from the ground up, and it’s pretty awesome. Their latest work, simply dubbed “Insurgency“, is not for the faint of heart. It’s difficult and it’s […]

Insurgency – An Early Access Success Story Editorials 27

Editorials 27 Insurgency has come a long way since its days as a mod and in full release, I’m happy to say it’s easily one of my favorite first-person shooter games to date.  But a big part of what makes it great is that it’s not familiar, it’s hard, and above all, it’s a fresh experience that […]

Are Open-World Survival Games the Next Big Thing? Editorials 36

Editorials 36 There’s a storm of new games coming to market this year promising to recreate life in a massive multiplayer online fantasy world. With such high ambition, gamers around are craving and anticipating a new generation of games to play and Open World Survival MMOs look to be those games. But how confident can we be […]

Why Free-to-Play is a Toxic Strategy Editorials 20

Editorials 20 Almost every Free-to-Play game I’ve ever picked up has managed to disappoint me.  Whether it’s League of Legends, No Room Left In Hell, Firefall, or Blacklight: Retribution, I’ve always come out of my experience with F2P games feeling like so much more could have been done if they instead launched with a tried and true […]

Top 5 Myths of PC Gaming Debunked Editorials 151

Editorials 151 PC gaming can be a scary thing for some. Whether it’s finding parts and building your own rig or diving into entirely new social experiences, things may seem a little intimidating …at first.  But I’m here to tell you that it isn’t all that bad, especially considering the sort of technology that’s available today and […]

3 Ways Natural Selection 2 Enforces Teamwork In a Modern FPS Editorials 9

Editorials 9 My biggest complaint about most multiplayer games isn’t bugs or lag, it’s the players. The fact that there are memes devoted to players not dropping ammo or med kits in Battlefield 4 just goes to show how toxic popularity can be for multiplayer games.  Look at the Battlefield, Call of Duty, or League of Legends […]

Multiplayer Experience of 2013 – The Winners News 21

News 21 2013 was certainly an exciting, but ultimately disappointing year for multiplayer games. That’s not to say some really great stuff didn’t come out of it, however. If we were to travel back in time to mid-2013, hype for first-person shooters was at an all time high. Not only were publishing giants Activision and EA gearing up […]

Multiplayer Experience of 2013 – Staff Awards News 12

News 12 MP1st’s staff break down their favorite multiplayer experiences of 2013 as we prepare to bestow our ultimate MPX award to the top three multiplayer titles of this year. Alex DiFiori 3. Insurgency Insurgency doesn’t have to try hard to be a fantastic game. It’s simple, hardcore, and most importantly, fun.  It’s rare these days to get […]

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