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A new Evolve trailer was released a couple of days ago that revealed some extra tidbits on the game's plot, as well as small visuals on the next two Monsters to be announced. What sort of Monsters can players expect to play as in the future? Big ones.First off, we learn that the alien planet has been overrun by these Monsters that have begun attacking human colonies for an unknown reason. Instead of trying to contain these creatures with brute force, the Hunters were hired to help the colony in evacuating the planet. Being the best of the best at what they do, they arrive to neutralize the ever growing Monsters around the vicinity.In addition to some back story, we get a few very short peeks at two new Monsters yet to be revealed by developer Turtle Rock Studios. Around the 1:54 marker, a Monster with a quick slashing attack appears to strike one of the Hunters, but it's hard to make out exactly what it looks like. Clearly, however, it's neither the Goliath or Kraken. Known only as the "Wraith" (as indicated by a Twitter post) for the time being, it seems to have more stealth capabilities that the other Monsters and can teleport around the map.
Sledgehammer Games' critically acclaimed installment into the annual FPS franchise, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, contained a whole slew of improvements upon its predecessors. From the Kevin Spacey-led campaign to multiplayer's added verticality, it was largely regarded as the best entry in recent memory. Although Advanced Warfare retained most of the modes one would expect from the series, it was missing a core feature when it hit shelves one month ago, that being the wave-based "Zombies" mode. Thankfully, Sledgehammer has finally decided to lift the curtain off of their take on the 4 player co-op mode. Check out the unsettling teaser trailer:
Between bundles, sales, giveaways and flash discounts, it's been pretty easy to nab some of Arcen Games' best co-op strategy games over the last few months. A new Arcen-centric bundle is keeping that tradition alive with six of the studio's releases for a flat price of $2.49.The Green Light Bundle's latest offering pulls together several of Arcen's most popular titles into a tidy little bundle for an even tidier price. Five out of the six games feature online co-op, so it's pretty hard to argue with that. Unless you hate strategy games or something. The deal runs from December 3-16 and includes Steam keys for the following games:Most of Arcen's games follow turn-based strategy design and feature heavy dozes of micromanaging. The team recently announced a new game in the same vein titled Stars Beyond Reach, a 4X strategy title that sits somewhere between Civilization and SimCity.