DOOM is celebrating 25 years of ripping and tearing into the forces of Hell

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Originally having launched in 1993 on a floppy disk, DOOM has exceeded all expectations and has served as one of the longest-running first-person franchises with numerous sequels, spin-off titles, films, comics, and has become a centerpiece in the pop culture lexicon. Now, it’s time to celebrate 25 years of DOOM.

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Review: Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist – The heist of Spider-Man’s decade

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Spider-Man, Felicia Harding as Black Cat, Speedball and The Taskmaster is back in the latest adventure for Marvel’s Spider-Man through the release of “The Heist,” a new DLC that’s now available to Season Pass and DLC owners alike. Here are our thoughts on the latest adventure.

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Review: Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection – Takes more than two to tango

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The latest debut of a Persona spin-off series comes in the shape of the Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection. In the latest entries, fans will see Persona’s 3-5 get a nice little post-story expansion and a lot of beat rhythm fun. Find out why in our review for Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection for PlayStation 4.

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Review: Rage in Peace – Rage against the Switch

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Rage in Peace is a rather enjoyable title that offers up one of the most challenging experiences to date that put it on par with the likes of “I Wanna Be The Guy”. If you’re one to enjoy bashing your head countless times against a wall, it’s time to find out why you may want to give Rage in Peace a chance with our review for the game.

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Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Murkmire – The Lizardfolk get some love

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The Elder Scrolls Online’s latest DLC takes players into the unique and swampy lands of the Argonian homelands of the Black Marsh. In Murkmire, you will explore, uncover, and seek to preserve relics of the past for one of the most unique and beautiful DLCs to date. Find out what we thought in our review.

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Review: Fallout 76 – War… War has changed

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Set in West Virginia only a little over two decades since the first bombs had fallen, Fallout 76 seeks to take players on new adventures with stories to tell by player-forged stories themselves. But the biggest question yet – does it work? Find out in with our review of Fallout 76 today.

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Review: Grip: Combat Racing – Break neck racing at its finest

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Grip: Combat Racing is one of the most ambitious racing titles to date, making it so that Caged Element can stand out among their peers. How they do so may surprise those who give their game a chance. Find out today why Cage Element has made one of the best Rollecage-style racers starting today.

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Review: My Hero One’s Justice – Smashing, dashing and a heck of a hero

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My Hero One’s Justice is a recently released fighting game set in the world of My Hero Academia and combines some of the best elements of Naruto Shippuden and Dragon Ball Xenoverse into an entirely new series. Find out what we thought of smashing through walls, taking on various challenges and ultimately showing off our hero-based quirks to the world.

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Review: Shadows: Awakening – Breathing life into the dungeon crawlers

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With a release in just the past couple of months, Shadows: Awakening finds itself seated within a genre filled with popular games in a similar fashion. But the question is, since its establishment in 2014 release as Shadows: Awakening – Book I with a remastering featuring the never-before-released Book II. But does it hit all the right strides? Find out in our review.

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