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Grab Ion Fury (previously Ion Maiden) before the price shoots up tomorrow

Interested in slick retro first-person shooters? You may want to act fast as the price of Ion Fury (previously Ion Maiden) goes up tomorrow.

Ion Maiden has become Ion Fury, release date announced for August 15th

In development from Voidpoint and 3D Realms, the retro FPS Ion Maiden has now become Ion Fury. They've also announced the final release for August 15th with a new trailer.

Tannenberg and Verdun both get gamepad support, plus some helpful balancing changes

Tannenberg and Verdun, two first-person shooters that show WWI from different fronts both got updated, pulling in gamepad support.

More Xen content is coming to Black Mesa on August 1st

Crowbar Collective announced on the weekend, that the Black Mesa Xen beta is due to expand on August 1st.

Voidpoint and 3D Realms are teasing some big news for Ion Maiden on July 11th

There's not much to go on right now but Voidpoint and 3D Realms seem to have something cooking for Ion Maiden.

Black Mesa now has a "Technical Beta" for Xen, but Linux support is missing for now

Black Mesa, the fan created Half-Life recreation finally has some Xen to show off but the downside is it's not ready for Linux yet.

Cyberspace first-person shooter 'Black Ice' just had a massive upgrade

Currently in Early Access, it has been a long time since Black Ice had an update to the "stable" version but the developer has not been sitting idle. A massive update to the entire game just landed.

Insurgency: Sandstorm for Linux not due until next year, with a beta likely first

We're in for a sadly longer wait than expected for the first-person shooter Insurgency: Sandstorm, as it's not coming until next year for Linux.

Valve are doing a small celebration for 20 years of Counter-Strike

Has it really been 20 years? Madness. Counter-Strike started off life as a Half-Life mod in 1999 and the series is still going strong.

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies is an FPS with a sweet style for those who like to go fast

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies from QUICKTEQUILA and tinyBuild has released, with Linux support just like the first game. Are you reading to run, jump and shoot? There's a lot of that.

Ravenfield, the fun single-player FPS now has a built-in map editor and destructible object support

The amount of content being added into Ravenfield is quite impressive and now anyone can easily make their own maps for it, without the need of Unity.

Steam Marines 2 is coming to Steam for Linux soon, Steam Marines 3 going first-person

Two bits of news to cover from developer Worthless Bums concerning the Steam Marines series, with two sequels (yes, two) on the way.

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies, a very colourful FPS confirmed for Linux and releasing June 18th

QUICKTEQUILA and tinyBuild have teamed up once again, with Lovely Planet 2: April Skies looking just as colourful and unusual as the first.

Borderlands 2: Commander Lilith & the Fight for Sanctuary, the (currently) free DLC is out, but not for Linux yet

As teased when it was accidentally leaked by Steam, Borderlands 2: Commander Lilith & the Fight for Sanctuary is out and it's temporarily free, although the Linux version is currently left behind.

Prodeus, the brutal looking FPS will be coming to GOG as well as Steam

The team behind Prodeus just recently announced that they've been approved to release their awesome and brutal looking FPS, Prodeus, on GOG later this year.
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