Roundhouse Studios opened by Bethesda Softworks

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Bethesda has announced today that Roundhouse Studios, a team comprised of Human Head Studios veterans, have joined the Bethesda family. They have unannounced projects in the works. Here’s the lowdown of today’s announcement.

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id Softwares “Mars Madness” is a Hilarious Take on March Madness

 

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With March Madness having finally arrived, college basketball fans across the states are preparing to cheer their teams on as the season begins to come to a wrap. However, what happens when id Software, the minds behind DOOM and Quake Champions gets involved? You get their own personal event called “Mars Madness”, a tournament based on fans votes to see what demon they think will win it all and send the others packing back to Hell.

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Bethesda has Revealed Their Pre-E3 Show Date With a Nifty Little Trailer

 

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‘BE3 2016’ | Credits: Bethesda

As the dates for E3 have already begun to quickly approach us, Bethesda Softworks has already been hard at work preparing for their annual pre-E3 showcase. For E3 2018, the publisher has announced that their fourth dedicated E3 event will take place on Sunday, June 10, at 6:30pm PST.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Dragon Bones DLC Out Next Month

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The Elder Scrolls Online hasn’t been slow in any means regarding how much content it has received. Today, Bethesda has released the first bit of details regarding the games upcoming Dragon Bones DLC Pack, which is set to release next month for PC and consoles and will feature two new dungeons as well as minor additions to the game.

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Review: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – Bigger, Better, and Meaner

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Pros:
+Absolutely remarkable graphics, animations, and sound quality
+Weapons are bigger, better, and upgradeable
+New rig kits are absolutely amazing and fun to use
+Side missions are a blast to take part in
+Old enemies feel more threatening than ever before

Cons:
-Game crashes do become problematic from time-to-time


How do you talk about Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and not mention the fact you’re going to punch Nazis in the face? How do you not mention the fact the game also touches on racism, sexism, fascism, and how to be a patriotic scumbag to the Nazi regime? How do you not mention that this game, in ways, feels like it’s part Quentin Tarantino and part Steven Spielberg. It’s a game where an extremely pregnant Anya has ripped off her shirt, grabbed her guns, and lit up a group of Nazis with a well-deserved shower of lead.

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Review: The Evil Within 2 – There’s a Secret Deep Within Us All

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Pros:
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Characters are more believable and human than ever before
+Offers different approaches to combat
+Not all enemies attack the same, making combat harder, and more difficult than before
+Tons of hidden collectibles and resonances for players to go through
+Graphics, sound, and even acting is top-tier

Cons:
-Hearing Castellanos say “What the-” phrases wears thin after a few hours


When I first experienced The Evil Within 2 during my time at QuakeCon 2017, I knew I was already getting into something big. The world had changed around me, the situation was similar, but nothing remained the same. Sure, I had ended up seeing the similarities between Shinji Mikami’s previous work on Resident Evil show due to the parallel’s that had been drawn between some evil corporation, mutants in a virtual (can we call it that?) world, and even their shady doings.

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