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Doom Was Shown To Give Fans “Confidence”

Doom Was Shown To Give Fans “Confidence”

Bethesda's VP of PR and Marketing explains the real reason behind Doom's reveal during QuakeCon 2014. »

Doom 4 Exists

Doom 4 Exists

Good news, Doom 4 exists. A beta for the long gestating, and highly anticipated title was revealed during a Wolfenstein: The New Order trailer. »

Episodic Gaming: From Shareware to Kickstarter

Episodic Gaming: From Shareware to Kickstarter

Episodic gaming has come a long way since its emergence in the 90s. Read on for a look at the format's use in everything from DOOM to Broken Age. »

Let’s Play Pantsless – Wrack (PC)

Let’s Play Pantsless – Wrack (PC)

Wrack is a high-energy action FPS in the vein of Doom or Serious Sam, with music by Doom composer Bobby Prince. Aaron walks you through the first level and shows off his lack of voice acting talent. »

5 Things I Want from Bethesda’s New Online Store

5 Things I Want from Bethesda’s New Online Store

Earlier today Bethesda released their new online store filled with all types of Fallout, Elder Scrolls, and Dishonored goodies. Join Travis Freese from Leviathyn and explore the best finds of Bethesda's new shop. »

Gaming’s Dark Side: The Most Controversial Video Games of All Time

Gaming’s Dark Side: The Most Controversial Video Games of All Time

History tends to repeat itself, and with video games under scrutiny in all levels of society, Cassidee takes a look at gaming's past and explores the titles that have ruffled the feathers of concerned parents and rabid politicians alike. »

Quake 5: What can we expect?

Quake 5: What can we expect?

With Doom 3 rejuvenated for the modern day consoles and Doom 4 on the go our attention has been turned to id Software however something is missing. Quake has been relatively poor for the last two installments and it's time it came back. What can we expect to see with Quakes triumphant return? »

The Zen of Video Games – A Man With A Gun

The Zen of Video Games – A Man With A Gun

Aaron ponders the prevalence of guns in gaming, and his reaction to them. »

Games don’t need exorcisms!

Games don’t need exorcisms!

Anything religious in nature seems to be a subject no one wants to touch with a ten foot pole. I can’t really blame them seeing as how the minute it comes up, people cry foul at the drop of a hat. I’m not here to dump on anyone’s beliefs; all I want to talk about is how you rarely see any true demons from Hell in games anymore. It could be that, in the past, there was an over-saturation of games w... »

Rise of the Triads or Resurecction of the Retro FPS?

Rise of the Triads or Resurecction of the Retro FPS?

The early 90’s saw the rise of PC gaming; more specifically the rise of the first person shooter genre. Like many gamers, I was in awe of Wolfenstein 3D when I was finally able to play it. The success of this title lead the way for many games and helped shaped the games we play today. There should be no surprise to know that many people wanted to capitalize on this craze; thus came the clones! Bla... »

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