Sometimes it’s easy to forget what’s important in life. This week we’ve had eighty billion VR headsets announced, and graphics cards that could probably punch a hole in the space-time continuum, and yeah, that’s exciting and all… but does it
Bethesda has released the first trailer for their Fallout 4 Automatron DLC, set to release this month as the first part of the Season Pass. It now has a final date of March 22 on all platforms. So far it
Fallout 4’s similarity to the rest of Bethesda’s recent oeuvre didn’t keep it from making a boat load of cash (the season pass just went up in price!) and getting nominated for a boat load of award. It’s okay, though.
Today is the last day. Bethesda is hiking the price of the Season Pass from $30 to $50 to account for its “increased value” from tomorrow on, so if you really, really want it, grab it today. However, I wouldn’t
It’s May 2016, and Hell draws nigh. Bethesda’s Doom is out on Friday. Before you go to your local GameStop and throw down a full $60, consider taking advantage of the online retailer competition for your pre-order (or day-one) money
I was completely disinterested in the upcoming Doom reboot until that trailer came out showcasing some of the new modes, at which point I got hyped. Over the weekend, I finally got to get some time with multiplayer beta on
During yesterday’s live-stream reveal of the Doom campaign, our comments section lit up with people exclaiming that this Doom wasn’t enough like the Doom they knew and loved. It turns out that the single-player portion is actually harboring several secrets
Sure, beating Doom on the hardest difficulty with perma-death on is kind of impressive, I guess. But it also takes like five hours, to say nothing of the numerous multi-hour runs in which you’ll inevitably fuck up and die and