Hot on the heels of 2016's Battlezone 98 Redux and this year’s Battlezone VR, Rebellion announces Battlezone Combat Commander, a remastered version of 1999's Battlezone II, due out next year on PC. That’s three Battlezone games in three years. Way to work that license, Rebellion.
The cult-PC classic came out in 2006, and in a video interview released today, Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley announced that Evil Genius 2 is currently in the works.
From Rebellion, makers of the good sniper game, Strange Brigade is “an exotic safari into danger” for one to four players. It’s a co-op supernatural shooter filled with mythological beasts and high adventure. Look for it on PS4, Xbox One and PC “soon.”
In 2006, developer Rebellion released a third-person shooter featuring a genetically engineered super-soldier outfitted with a sentient helmet, rifle and backpack. Now they’re cleaning it up and releasing it again with Rogue Trooper: Redux for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Switch.
The most accomplished sniper in history accumulated 505 confirmed kills over a period of three months. I racked up 518 playing through Sniper Elite 4's single-player campaign mode in a little over 20 hours, most of which was spent hiding. Good times.
Well, someone who looks a whole lot like Adolf Hitler anyway.
Why headshot a single soldier, when you can headshot an entire evil Nazi vehicle? The lengthy new gameplay trailer for Sniper Elite 3 is filled with such terrible greatness.
Two years ago, a bonus mission in Sniper Elite V2 lets players intercept a Berlin-bound train and put a bullet in Hitler's head, deviating from the real world event where the Third Reich leader killed himself in an underground bunker. Apparently, that headshot from Sniper Elite V2 didn't take. When Sniper Elite 3…
The darkly satisfying x-ray kill-cam from Rebellion's Sniper Elite V2 gave sharpshooting players a peek at bullets bursting through skin, bone and organs. Sniper Elite 3 adds two more layers to the mix.
The only thing more satisfying than nailing a difficult sniper shot in a video game is an entire video game based around difficult sniper shots. Rebellion and 505 Games are bringing Sniper Elite 3 to consoles and PC in 2014.
Stardock is now fighting a legal war on two fronts. Only a day after news of its case against a former employee emerged, the publisher is now being taken to court by Rebellion, the developers of games like Sniper Elite and the original (and awesome) Alien vs Predator.
Outed earlier this month via Sony Hong Kong, Mass Effect 3's free Rebellion Pack adds two new maps and a slew of new characters to the game's multiplayer experience on May 29 for PC, Xbox 360 and North American PlayStation 3s, with the Euro PS3 version following a day after.
In April of 1945 the dictator of Nazi Germany took his own life in order to avoid capture by the Red Army during the Battle of Berlin. The move left millions feeling as if they were cheated out of an opportunity. The preorder bonus for Rebellion's Sniper Elite V2 gives customers a chance to make up for unspent…
At E3 in June, I watched Konami's Shinta Nojiri play NeverDead and struggle to reassemble his dismembered, immortal hero just to dispatch what looked like the game's run-of-the-mill enemies. These people have a real problem on their hands, I thought to myself, if they think that's anyone's idea of fun.
Today is Friday, August 26. The Tokyo Game Show won't start for weeks, but that hasn't stopped Konami from releasing this new NeverDead.
In Never Dead, you can rip off your head and then throw it. In real life, you cannot do this. Well, at least I don't think you can.
In video games, death is anything but final. We've been playing games with some form of immortality or reincarnation for decades, whether that's gamesaves, extra men, whatever. NeverDead enforces the concept in gameplay itself. No matter what grisly mishap befalls your hero, he will not die.
Konami offers a new look at the dismemberment-focused action adventure NeverDead today, this time featuring a level that looks a little brighter, a little unfinished. Look at all those tarps and that scaffolding!
It's been six years since the last time Rebellion took us to the high perches of World War II Europe in Sniper Elite. I'd say it's high time for another, wouldn't you?
Describing Konami's new action-horror shoot 'em up NeverDead is something of a challenge for producer and game designer Shinta Nojiri. It's a game that might require some re-education, due to its rather unique gameplay system.