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Via: GameNewsOfficial
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TERA is an action combat based MMO known for its scantily clad characters and sexy, shiny style.  The game has just added a new gunner class, whose weapons are ridiculously and comically large.  



The free to play game is also joining Steam for the first time, making it even easier to pick up.  Learn more from the official site.

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Via: Super Data Research
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According to Super Data Research, Tencent came out on top of the free to play gaming market last year with two games at the top of the worldwide earnings leaderboard. CrossFire, the Korean FPS you've probably not even heard of is ranked number one with $957 million in revenue, followed by League of Legends at $624 million.

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Via: Defiance
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Starting June 4 on PC and mid-July on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, players will be able to download the Defiance client and experience the entire Bay Area storyline, original end-game content, and future missions completely for free.

Existing players who paid for the game will be offered bonuses on F2P launch, which are listed here.

Fallout Shelter is finally on Android devices.
Via: Destructoid
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When Bethesda announced the surprise release of mobile, free to play game Fallout Shelter last June, they only released it for the iOS crowd, leaving Android smartphone users out in the wasteland.

Well that all ends Aug. 13, as the resource management/time sink/very addictive game comes to all devices running Android 4.1 and up.

It is updated with the most recent bug fixes and content and does not even pretend to apologize for all the time and money it will take from your life. There are far, far worse ways to wait for the Nov. 10 release of Fallout 4.

You can get it from the Google Play Store here.

Via: Bethesda Softworks
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As The Elder Scrolls Online makes its premiere on PS4 and Xbox One, Bethesda is removing monthly subscription fees, starting March 17th on PC/Mac and June 9th on PS4 and Xbox One with a new name: The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited.