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Rick gets his hands dirty with Skydance's VR zombie game.
Is this charming puzzle game safe to cross, or is it jaywalking toward disaster?
Rejects claims it's an FPS.
Rick looks at two upcoming indie FPS games with their heads trapped firmly in 1996.
We get to play with Siege's new content drop, and the limited edition Outbreak PvE mode.
This shooter will definitely give you a shoot of nostalgia, but is it any good?
This £65 rodent is after the hearts and minds of dedicated FPS players.
Another year, another Call of Duty. Does this one manage to impress?
High Hell is high speed, high energy and high fun. High time for a review, then.
Promises tweaks aplenty for Windows gamers.
DayZ meets Stalker in this survival shooter that's all about the loot and shoot.
Just couldn't compete with Overwatch.
Features programmable 'clutch'.
We get our hands on the latest Wolfenstein
Drops the price to £11.99, too.
Quake Champions is great, but it desperately tries to hide it.
Pixel Titan's nostalgia-filled romp promises the 90s on a plate, for better or worse...
No-invite, nine-day tech test.
'Meaningful features', says Eric Hirshberg.
All content coming to PC, too.
Bulletstorm is back, with a questionable pre-order bonus and a stunning skybox.
What's next for 2015's best first person shooter? We go to Montreal to find out.
2016 was one of the most innovative years for shooters in memory. 2017 should capitalise on this.
Space Hulk: Deathwing looks the part, but can't quite break into a competitive field.
February 17 2020 | 09:00
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