Prey has just come out and the gaming world are steadily chipping away at this interesting horror-ish game from the masters that brought us Dishonored. Sure the creepy atmosphere is juxtaposed by the ability to hide as a damn tea cup, but many players are finding a lot to love in this focused, sci-fi romp. While speedrunners are notorious for beating games quickly, even shortly after release, this...[Read More]
We have a little over two weeks until we can get our hands on Prey. This game has been on my radar ever since it was Bethesda showed it at their Showcase at E3 2016. Having never played the original title, I am very excited to see what all the praise is about. After seeing some gameplay trailers, I’ve come to the conclusion that Prey looks like a wonderful mix between Dishonored and BioShock, and ...[Read More]
Some of the earliest first person shooters, and even games as a whole, I remember playing in my youth were Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, and Quake. Ever since Bethesda has taken over the old iD Software licenses, they’ve been slowly bringing the classics into the modern era with Wolfenstein: The New Order and DOOM. Now, it’s Quake’s turn with Quake Champions, a mulitplayer experience that’s focusing...[Read More]
ZeniMax Media Inc. who’s the parent company to video game publisher Bethesda Softworks, announced that it has acquired Escalation Studios, located in Dallas, TX. This company was founded in 2007 by industry veterans Tom Mustaine and Marc Tardif, Escalation’s team has helped build and support some of the biggest franchises in the industry – including id Software’s award-winning first-person s...[Read More]
This weekend at PAX West, Twitch and Bethesda are teaming up to bring Bethesda’s new digital card game, The Elder Scrolls: Legends to the tournament circuit.
Did anyone even play Prey? The one that was released in 2006 was a fairly average first person shooter starring a Native American, similar to in how Turok played around with weapon archetypes, but didn’t really stand the test of time as a memorable shooter. At least, not the point that it became THE game to have like others of the time. Now, the story of the newest Prey which is being publis...[Read More]
The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a strategy card game that explores the series’ characters, creatures, deities, and lore. Whether you have 10 minutes or ten hours, Legends provides a variety of gameplay modes and challenges that are easy-to-learn but difficult to master. Built with all levels of players in mind, Legends offers accessible gameplay for beginners who want to jump in and get started quic...[Read More]
Strategy card games, whether tabletop or digital, have a special place in the hearts of many. Bethesda hopes to capture this audience, intersected with those who enjoy The Elder Scrolls adventure series, by releasing The Elder Scrolls: Legends. This game seems to be aimed at Hearthstone, as BattleNet had enjoyed quite a bit of success from this model, but who knows? Bethesda may just be trying to ...[Read More]
E3 seems to have brought out the best in Bethesda in the two short years they have appeared at the show. Last year dropping the bomb that Fallout 4 was not only coming but was only a few short months away, Fallout Shelter Bethesda’s first foray into the mobile market, as well as the announcement of Doom that recently released to very positive reviews from fans and the media alike. This year...[Read More]
Last night at Bethesda’s E3 press release, there were a lot of things shown off. Probably the most anticipated (mostly due to the teasing of a leak) was the announcement of a Skyrim remaster. Yes, the leak was true. We are heading back into Skyrim.
Doom officially launches on the 13th of May, with midnight release events happening at retailers all over. Nvidia decided to wow crowds early by playing a level of Bethesda’s newest game. Using a Vulkan API on a GeForce GTX. Needless to say, Doom has never looked better. Watch the carnage below. An uncompressed version can be downloaded in the description of the Youtube upload.
Modding and Fallout is like peanut butter and jelly, they go so well together, that’s its weird to think about one without the other. Modding has always been a chore on consoles. Usually, modders would have to alter their systems’ files, a risk that can result in bricking the console. Bethesda made things easier with their Creation Kit through the years and now its coming to Fallout 4,...[Read More]