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Bethesda Teases Two Reveals At E3 2017

04/28/2017, Without a doubt we know that Bethesda will be at E3 2017 later this June. The event is also where the company is expected to share details about Fallout 4 VR, which in case wasn’t already obvious based on its name, is basically Fallout 4 that is...

Fallout To Get A Tabletop Version Of The Game

04/24/2017, Bethesda’s Fallout franchise is best known as a video game, but if you’re looking to take your Fallout gaming experience offline, you’ll be pleased to learn that there will be a tabletop version of the game dubbed Fallout: Wasteland Warfare that is...

AMD Calls Fallout 4 VR A ‘Groundbreaking Industry Changing’ Game

04/13/2017, Fallout 4 was launched in 2015 which is about 7 years after its predecessor, Fallout 3, which meant that gamers were waiting for quite a long time for it. Turns out it was well worth the wait, or at least that’s what the reviews are saying so far. While...

Quake Champions Closed Beta Will Eventually Get Australian Servers

04/04/2017, For those who plan on taking part in the Quake Champions closed beta, which last we heard is scheduled to kick off on the 6th of April, and you don’t live in/near the US or Europe, you might be interested to learn that the id Software has confirmed that...

First Three Dishonored 2 Missions Will Be Released As A Free Trial

04/03/2017, Dishonored 2 was released in November last year and if it failed to capture your attention back then, perhaps it will be able to do a much better job of it this time around. Bethesda has decided to offer the first three missions of Dishonored 2 as a free...

Quake Champions Closed Beta Will Kick Off 6th April

03/30/2017, If you grew up playing FPS games, there’s a good chance that you might have played one of the several Quake titles have been released. If you have, then you might have also heard that Bethesda and id Software will be back with a new Quake title in the...

Fallout Shelter Now Available From Steam

03/30/2017, Last year Bethesda released Fallout Shelter onto the PC. If you have yet to get your hands on it, you might be interested to learn that there is now another outlet in which you can get your hands on the game from, and that is Valve’s Steam gaming...

Fallout 4 VR Will Be Shown Off At E3 2017

03/22/2017, Last year Bethesda had confirmed that a virtual reality (VR) version of Fallout 4 was in the works. For those wondering about the state of the game and what it might be like, you will be pleased to learn that according to a report from HipHopGamer in the...

Quake Champions Will Be Free-To-Play

03/11/2017, Last year when Quake Champions was announced, it was revealed that the developers had yet to determine a pricing model for the game. However according to a report from Polygon, it has been revealed that they have finally chosen their business model, and...

The Elder Scrolls: Legends Has Been Launched On The PC

03/09/2017, Back in E3 2015, Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls: Legends which is basically the company’s take on a digital card game which we can only imagine is to capitalize on the success Blizzard has seen with Hearthstone. The game was pretty much stuck in...

Quake Champions Closed Beta Sign-Ups Are Now Live

03/08/2017, Wolfenstein 3D is widely considered as the game that helped launch the first-person shooter genre, although there are some who believe that games such as Quake was what helped popularize multiplayer FPS games. Now it has been a while since we last saw a...

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Gameplay Trailer

02/23/2017, With Bethesda releasing a HD remake of Skyrim, we’re sure some gamers were hoping that they might do the same for some of the older The Elder Scrolls titles, such as Morrowind. Unfortunately last year Bethesda already shot down the idea but the good...

This (Unsafe) Hack Lets You Play Doom On A Porsche [Update]

02/22/2017, Update – Turns out that this was meant to be a funny video and that it is actually not real. One of the favorite things modders and hackers like to do is to push the boundary of hardware and software, where what used to be thought of as impossible...