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Ravaged’s second DLC pack is now available

Ravaged, the FPS multiplayer online game from 2 Dawn Games, has a new DLC pack available for no charge. It adds a new arsenal of weapons, vehicles, and game modes along with the new chainsaw and flamethrower. It also comes with a moveable dump truck, and two new game modes: Team Deathmatch and Hijack. XP […]

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  • Ravaged’s second DLC pack is now available

    Ravaged, the FPS multiplayer online game from 2 Dawn Games, has a new DLC pack available for no charge. It adds a new arsenal of weapons, vehicles, and game modes along with the new chainsaw and flamethrower. It also comes with a moveable dump truck, and two new game modes: Team Deathmatch and Hijack. XP […]

  • Ravaged is free-to-play and 66% off on Steam this weekend

    Ravaged, the FPS multiplayer online game from 2 Dawn Games, is free-to-play this weekend on Steam. The game along with its Clan Pack are also on sale this weekend for 66% off until the event ends on Monday, January 14 at 10am PST. Get more information through Steam. Thanks, Blue.

  • Ravaged gets first DLC content drop later this month, two more planned for 2013

    Ravaged, the FPS multiplayer online game from 2 Dawn Games, will be the recipient of DLC for the next three months starting in December.

  • Ravaged out today on PC through various digital outlets

    Ravaged, the new FPS multiplayer online game from 2 Dawn Games is now available for PC through Steam, Rain Digital Games, 2DawnGames, GameStop, Gamers Gate, Origin, and GameFly. If you would like to try it out first, you can download the demo through the links as well, which allows you to compete in-game with those who own […]

  • Ravaged out next week on PC, enjoy the new trailer

    Ravaged, the new multiplayer online game from 2 Dawn Games, releases next week on PC, and to show what’s in store for players, a trailer has been released.

  • OnLive reveals MultiView, 12 new games, in-browser updates

    OnLive made a slew of announcements at E3, including a new MultiView feature, and a number of in-browser updates that should make it easier for gamers who want to demo games without the need to sign up to the cloud gaming service.