Only four weeks since its launch, Jess and Soph Blazkowicz broke into the wild, punching Nazi’s in the face throughout Paris, and even wreaking havoc on local Nazi leaders. Now, to help them out comes a brand new set of changes that help improve the experience.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the latest in the long-run franchise and the fourth overall entry from MachineGames. With Arkane Studio working side-by-side with them, can the two studios back a worthwhile punch and propel the Wolfenstein series forward, or does this coop focused entry drop the ball while on the run? Find out in our review.
For 25 years, the Doom Guy has been ripping and tearing into the very souls of demons, and now, he can do so on literally almost any device available. The catch? There’s a bug requiring an online connection that Bethesda is working on fixing.
After a long weekend of gameplay reveals, hands-on time with DOOM Eternal, and a glimpse back through the history of both DOOM and The Elder Scrolls Online, alongside upcoming changes to Fallout 76; Bethesda has revealed the official dates of August 6th through August 9th, 2020, for QuakeCon 2020.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr expansion is the first time we ever get to experience the mysterious homeland of the Khajiiti people and the first time, we ever get to see the unimaginable foes and turmoils that they face that includes Necromancers and Dragons alike. Continue reading →
RAGE 2 is the follow up to the 2011 cult-classic RAGE, bringing in brand new guns, enemies, a setting taking place years later in the exact same region, from two of gamings biggest developer titans in order to make an even bigger experience. Let’s see if it’s all the RAGE we’ve been hearing about.
Giant robots, old men, mutants, crazy punk-rock rejects, and big freaking guns, what else could go wrong in RAGE 2? Well, a lot really, and Walker is about to tell us all about his crazy and wild world. Just don’t go losing your pants like some of these guys have. Also, “Thanks Wal-Mart Canada”.