Entries in 'fps' (74)
Square Enix’s Thief is the latest game to run at a lower resolution on Xbox One than it does on PS4.
It is being claimed that Tomb Raider is the next big release to enjoy a notable performance advantage on PS4.
Tencent's free-to-play shooter CrossFire brought in revenues of nearly $1 billion in 2013.
Painkiller and Deadfall Adventures dev confirms new FPS for 2015.
Creative Assembly is making a first person Alien shooter for Sega.
Sony says that “major FPS creators” were consulted on the design of the PS4’s DualShock 4 joypad.
Superhot has become the fastest game ever to be greenlit on Steam’s Greenlight service.
PS4 architect Mark Cerny has shed new light on Sony’s DualShock 4, stating that it was made to please FPS fans and revealing that at one point Sony had considered ...
Having vanished off the face of the earth last week, Take-Two’s XCOM FPS could be on the verge of a return.
Sony Online Entertainment has released the Planetside 2 Mobile Uplink app for iOS and Android devices.
Activision says its new Walking Dead shooter will mimic the feel of the TV show.
A digital-only precursor to the ill-fated Battlefront III is in development at LucasArts, but may not now ever be released.
The Conduit, as in High Voltage’s 2009 Wii-exclusive, is getting an HD update launching soon for Tegra-powered mobile and tablet devices.
Bohemia Interactive has announced that they’ve partnered with Valve to release Arma 3 as a Steam exclusive, adding that the decision was a step in getting the game back on ...
Touchscreen need not play second fiddle to physical controls in the first person shooter sector, DeNA’s Ben Cousins argues.
Free-to-play FPS Bullet Run is to be closed down on March 8th.
Major League Gaming CEO Sundance DiGiovanni believes his eSports organization creating a first-person shooter is a matter of when, not if.
Crysis 3 is unlikely to be the last in the series… but it could turn out to be the series’ last first person shooter.
Activision has released the first gameplay footage of its own take on The Walking Dead.
Call of Duty, Halo and Medal of Honor are now on shelves, but there is still one major shooter to watch out for.
Two stars of The Walking Dead TV series have signed up to provide their likenesses to Activision’s game of the same name.
LucasArts has posted several job listings indicating a new, yet to be announced FPS is in the works from the company.
Activision has revealed a first-person shooter take on The Walking Dead is in the works.
The general manager of Battlefield developer DICE has warned that fans will begin to abandon the FPS if developers don’t move to “revolutionise” the increasingly “stale” modern war setting.
Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of super-cute IP such as Mario, Donkey Kong and Zelda, has confessed his desire to make a first person shooter.