Ghostwire: Tokyo Review

Ghostwire: Tokyo Developer: Tango GameworksPublisher: BethesdaPlatforms: PlayStation 5 (Reviewed), PCRelease Date: March 25, 2022Price: $59.99 USD – Available Here $99.95 AUD – Available Here Overview For quite some time Shinji Mikami has been part of some of the biggest games in the industry, especially when it comes to horror games in the late 90s and early 00s. After trying his hand...

DEATHLOOP Review

DEATHLOOP Developer: Arkane StudiosPublisher: Bethesda SoftworksPlatforms: PlayStation 5, PC (Reviewed)Release Date: 12 Sept 2021Price: $99,95 AUD – Available Here $59,99 USD – Available Here Overview Not many game studios that I hold close to my heart as much as Arkane Studios. A couple of reasons for that; they make good games, the level design in those games is astounding,...

Deathloop Pushed Back Again to September 14

Once again Bethesda and Arkane Lyon has announced that they will be delaying their upcoming release of Deathloop from its previously planned release of May 21st to September 14th. This delay is the latest in a series of push backs in the industry as a whole and the third such delay to hit Deathloop in particular. The reason given for Deathloop‘s delay this time around is that the developer i...

Ghostwire: Tokyo Releasing in 2021 for PlayStation 5 and PC

Last year during what used to be E3 Bethesda and Tango GameWorks announced a mysterious game by the name of Ghostwire: Tokyo and now a year later we have a new release window, some gameplay footage, and platform information. Bethesda has revealed that the game will be coming to the PlayStation 5 as a console exclusive and on PC in 2021 and the game itself is a first person style game where a massi...

Deathloop Heads to PC and PlayStation 5 Holiday 2020

Last year Bethesda and Arkane Studios announced that they were working on a new game involving a timeloop called Deathloop and now the company has revealed not only a few more details about the title but also roughly when and where players can expect to pick it up. Deathloop places players into the role of Colt, a man trapped in a time loop on the enigmatic island of Blackreef, doomed to repeat th...

To Hell And Back: Staying Alive in DOOM Eternal

It’s been a good launch for DOOM Eternal, that’s no secret. The game is breaking sale records on top of being the best selling game on Steam for its release week, surpassing 100,000 concurrent players on the platform. It also brought some new stuff to the table such as bigger maps, new weapons, gadgets, and gameplay additions. I’d say it’s even more fun than its predecessor...

DOOM Eternal Review

DOOM Eternal Developer: id SoftwarePublisher: Bethesda Softworks Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed) Release Date: 20 Mar 2020Price: $59,99USD – Available Here $99,95AUD – Available Here Overview Hell on Earth, hell in DOOM. Talk about viral advertising, right? I probably shouldn’t joke about this, but there is also nothing wrong with some health...

Fallout 76 “Wastelanders” Expansion Launches April 6

Bethesda has announced that they have set another release date for Fallout 76‘s big “Wastelanders” expansion and that it will be releasing on all available platforms for the game on April 7th with the PC version of the game launching on Steam on the same day, since it was previously only available through the Bethesda launcher. It is worth noting that players who purchased the ga...

Doom Eternal’s Second Official Trailer

With Doom Eternal now releasing a little over two months from now id Software and Bethesda Softworks have opted to release the second official trailer for the game that gives players not only a sampling of what to expect in the game’s story but also a better look a the Doom Slayer himself alongside some action packed gameplay. You can check out the trailer below and can keep an eye out for D...

Fallout 76 Wastelanders Expansion Delayed to 2020

Earlier this year it was revealed that Fallout 76 would be getting a nice shot in the arm in the form of the “New Wastelanders” expansion that would bring life back to the world sometime in the fall but now that is no longer the case. Bethesda has announced that the “biggest free update yet” will now be coming in the first quarter of 2020 as the team “needs more time ...

Doom Eternal Delayed to March 20, 2020

It looks like those who want to play Doom Eternal will need to wait a few more months as Bethesda and id Software have announced that the game will no longer be making its previously planned release date of November 22nd and will now be releasing on March 20, 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC with the Nintendo Switch version coming at a later unspecified date. The company did announce t...

Doom Eternal “Battlemode” Multiplayer Trailer

Bethesda and id Software have chosen to give fans a closer look at how Doom Eternal‘s multiplayer mode, simply called Battlemode, will work in action after being revealed back at E3. This video, which features six minutes of footage featuring the two-on-one mode, highlights a number of the unique arenas and the five playable demons that players will be able to choose from while trying to tak...

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