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Batman: Arkham Origins dev Splash Damage reveals new Dirty Bomb trailer

By Daniel Perez, Oct 29, 2014 8:05am PDT

Splash Damage is returning to its hardcore PC roots with the upcoming launch of Dirty Bomb. Here's some new info regarding the game.

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"Actually,Splash Damage only did the MP for Arkham Origins.The main campaign was done by WB ..."

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Splash Damage's Extraction becomes Dirty Bomb again

By Ozzie Mejia, May 22, 2014 5:30pm PDT

Nearly a year ago, Splash Damage's Dirty Bomb became Extraction. Today, it is Dirty Bomb, once again.

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"I think you meant to say, "Splash Damage blah blah blah bad game." I knew what you meant, though."

- tw3kr see all 30 comments

Batman: Arkham Origins adds new LMS multiplayer mode

By Alice O'Connor, Dec 16, 2013 6:00am PST

Cor, that Batchap certainly is keen to beat up criminals. The fellow's taking his fight to a new Last Man Standing mode for Batman: Arkham Origins' multiplayer, released on Friday for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The mode dubbed 'Hunter, Hunted' brings more asymmetrical s...

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Splash Damage's Extraction begins closed beta

By Ozzie Mejia, Oct 16, 2013 4:45pm PDT

The first wave of invites for the closed beta of Splash Damage's Extraction went out today, giving players a chance to try out Objective, Stopwatch, and Execution.

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"Fully agree. Also, they have a bad habit of pitching stuff that SEEMS like it would be awesome ..."

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Splash Damage's Dirty Bomb becomes Extraction, due 2014

By Alice O'Connor, Aug 27, 2013 7:30am PDT

Free-to-play publisher has picked up Splash Damage's Dirty Bomb, and announced plans to release it on PC in 2014 under the name Extraction. It's the first we've heard in a while from the Brink and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory developer's F2P FPS, which is set in a terrorism-...

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"At least this time it won't cost $60 to find out that the game has only 2 worthwhile maps and ..."

- the archvile see all 8 comments

Why Batman feels irrelevant in Arkham Origin's new multiplayer mode

By Kat Bailey, Aug 02, 2013 9:00am PDT

The central problem of Invisible Predator Online, Akrham Origin's new multiplayer mode: Batman isn't enough of a badass. In fact, he barely seems relevant.

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"I almost feel like the best Batman multiplayer would be something like The Hidden or perhaps ..."

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Batman: Arkham Origins has 3v3v2 multiplayer mode

By Andrew Yoon, Jul 31, 2013 6:00am PDT

Batman: Arkham Origins will have online multiplayer. You're now free to debate the merits of this decision.

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"Stopped reading at, "...and is being co-developed by Splash Damage, best known for their work on ..."

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Dirty Bomb enters closed alpha, shows off analytics

By Steve Watts, Jan 31, 2013 6:30am PST

Splash Damage's self-funded PC shooter Dirty Bomb has entered closed alpha today, and the studio has released a trailer showing off its analytics system and how it has already impacted the game in pre-alpha testing.

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"Not seeing the problem here. It's a pretty effective gate to only let seriously interested ..."

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Splash Damage's Rad Soldiers hits iOS worldwide

By Alice O'Connor, Dec 19, 2012 10:35am PST

Splash Damage today officially launched worldwide its first mobile game, Rad Soldiers, following a test release in only a few countries a while back. Available for iThigs of most shapes and sizes, Rad Soldiers is a free-to-play, turn-based tactical, asynchronous multiplayer ...

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"Just snagged it and played a couple of the challenges vs the AI. Immediate impression is that ..."

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Dirty Bomb debut gameplay trailer escapes London Bridge

By Alice O'Connor, Dec 14, 2012 6:00am PST

Splash Damage today released the first gameplay trailer for its new FPS Dirty Bomb and, as you might expect, it does look an awful lot like the class-based, objective-driven antics of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and Brink. While Dirty Bomg will be free-to-play at launch, yo...

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"will give it a go (loved ET:QW also) however being the tank whore that I am I will reserve ..."

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Splash Damage announces new FPS, Dirty Bomb

By Alice O'Connor, Nov 29, 2012 6:00am PST

After a short teaser campaign, Splash Damage has revealed its new PC multiplayer FPS. The lovely chaps behind Brink and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory are returning to their home turf with Dirty Bomb, with a teaser trailer showing firefights on the streets near London Bridge. ...

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"I was thinking that too when I watched the trailer :P I understand why though."

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Splash Damage goes mobile with RAD Soldiers

By Alice O'Connor, Apr 19, 2012 6:45am PDT

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and Brink developer Splash Damage is wading into mobile waters with intriguing asynchronous turn-based tactical affair RAD Soldiers, cheerily described as "Guns With Friends."

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"I recommend giving the gamasutra piece linked further up a read. Lots of info in there."

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Report: Brink dev working on licensed game

By Steve Watts, Nov 17, 2011 11:45am PST

Splash Damage is at work on a licensed game that uses the Brink multiplayer engine, based on "one of the biggest pop culture brands of the last 50 years."

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"The Brink engine....? Why? I certainly won't be buying another Splash Damage game after that ..."

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Brink pre-order bonuses now sold as DLC

By Alice O'Connor, Aug 25, 2011 5:30am PDT

The four Brink packs of weapons and gear offered as retailer-exclusive pre-order bonuses can now bought in $2 double-packs. If you want to dress your Brink character as a Doom or Fallout fanatic, here's your chance.

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"Yes! My bots will be impressed at my totally indistinguishable new look."

- nisolider see all 3 comments

Brink is free to play this weekend

By Andrew Yoon, Aug 04, 2011 6:00pm PDT

The response to Bethesda's Brink has been mixed, with passionate reactions for and against the game. Starting right now, you'll be able to decide for yourself thanks to a Steam free weekend.

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"This was the first and only game to ever make me look up Steam's refund policy."

- athmpsn see all 20 comments