Fallout 76

When Fallout 76 came out late last year it was immediately met if some well founded criticism, it featured a lot of bugs, and gameplay issues. Well today both Pete Hines (SVP of Global Marketing) aka Uncle Pete, and Todd Howard (Director at Bethesda Game Studio) acknowledged the shortcoming of the game and even made a joke or two but also reconfirmed their commitment to … Continue reading Fallout 76

Doom Eternal!

Doom Eternal was the final game shown at the Bethesda show and for good reason, the presentation featured 2 trailers, a gameplay demo, and a look at a brand new multiplayer mode Battlemode. The gameplay demo featured a selection of gruesome weapons and finishing moves, as well as plenty of enemy types. Also during the gameplay demo we got a look at some platforming sections … Continue reading Doom Eternal!

Wolfenstein: Young Blood

Wolfenstein has been a Bethesda staple since Wolfenstein: The New Order in 2014. The latest entry into the series; Wolfenstein: Young Blood is set in the 1980s and features two female protagonists, Jessica, and Sophia Blazkowicz who are searching for their father B.J Blazkowicz, whom is presumable trapped in Nazi occupied Paris, France. The game’s trailer featured a flurry of stylish Nazi killing with some … Continue reading Wolfenstein: Young Blood

Ghostwire Tokyo

Bethesda came out swinging this year, with updates to Elder Scroll Blades, and Fallout 76; including a new Battle Royale. Even with all the great games that Bethesda showed off the one that has me the most intrigued is Ghostwire Tokyo. The new IP from Tango Gameworks is departure from the studio known for the Evil Within series, is bringing you an action-adventure mystery. The … Continue reading Ghostwire Tokyo

Final Fantasy 7

Square Enix announced yesterday during a concert dedicated to the music of Final Fantasy that it’s long-awaited Final Fantasy 7 remake would be launching March 3rd, 2020. Along with the concert, attendees also got the first look at a new trailer, which you can check out below. Square Enix has a conference today at 9:00pm, and I expect to get more information about the remake … Continue reading Final Fantasy 7

Microsoft E3 2019 Conference Review

This years Microsoft E3 Conference was primed to be their best conference ever. Phil Spencer (Head of Xbox) over the years has told us the Xbox was going back to its roots of being a game-first company. With an absent PlayStation and Phil Spencer’s boasting about having 60 games and 14 Xbox exclusives to show off this was supposed to be Microsoft’s year, and it … Continue reading Microsoft E3 2019 Conference Review

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

Respawn’s Jedi Fallen Order was officially announced at E3 2018, and ever since I have been waiting to learn more about what a single player Star Wars game by Respawn would look like, and now we know. Yesterday during EA Play, we got to see a 15 minute gameplay video of Cal Kestis, attack an Empire base, slashing through storm troopers, spider, and flame beetles. … Continue reading Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

Gears 5!

Gears 5 baby! I’ve been looking forward to this Gears game since we found out the Kait Diaz was going to be the focus of the game. Now I’m still excited about the game even though Microsoft just tried really hard to change that with this presentation they just did for the game. The September 10th launch date puts gears in an already crowded September, … Continue reading Gears 5!

Project Scarlett & Halo Infinite

Microsoft’s E3 Briefing Conference just ended, and right at the end they officially announced Project Scarlett! In a short ViDoc Xbox employees talked about what the new console was bringing to the next-generation of gaming. The video gave us a glimpse into what to expect from Project Scarlett; including a Solid State Drive (SSD) to help shorten loading times, as well as a custom AMD … Continue reading Project Scarlett & Halo Infinite