Nightmare Reaper is like a love song to the early days of first Person shooters before everything goes 3D. It is now available for PC, and playing a game with early 90s graphics brings back childhood memories. Do not be discouraged by the dated-looking art style because that makes the feeling so unique. It felt like you are playing an old game from the early 90s but with a twist. The Game’s female protagonists are also a Unique quirk because most games from that era barely had playable female characters. You will play as an unnamed woman who is having nightly nightmares. She is a patient in a Mental institution, and whenever she falls asleep, she experiences demons of different apparitions and monsters attacking her. Our Crazy lady is no damsel in distress, and she can fight for her life in these terrifying lucid dreams.
Doom co-creator John Romero has been known to spontaneously create new levels for the game that made him famous (Doom) and either give them away for free or for charity. Since there happens to be a country right now that needs all the help it can get, Romero’s come to the rescue with another new level, this time for Doom 2.
Bethesda Studios is one of the largest game publishers of our modern age. They’re responsible for Doom, Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Wolfenstein, Dishonored and other iconic franchises. There are few fish bigger in the gaming sea….except for the gigantic whale that just swallowed them.
The highlight of Bethesda’s E3 conference came toward the end, when a big chunk of gameplay from Doom Eternal was unveiled, as well as a release date and everything else a demon hunter might want to know.
One of the biggest things that happened to Nintendo in 2017 was Bethesda bringing two titles to their newest console, the Nintendo Switch. Doom and Skyrim made their way to the system, and a third game in Wolfenstein: The New Colossus will arrive later this year. But it still makes you wonder, how did these two get together after not working with one another for so long? Well, Andrew Scharf of Bethesda did an interview with Best Buy Canada and revealed how the partnership began.
id Software’s horror shooter DOOM is available to play for free this weekend. Players can get access to the first two chapters of the campaign and play all of the multiplayer content. At the end of the trial, users can convert the free trial to a full version of the game for just $15/£12.
When it was announced that Bethesda was going to be bringing Doom back to life, fans were very excited, and to that end, the game was a big hit. Doom won numerous honors, and sold incredibly well. Thus, now fans are wondering if a sequel is coming.
Bethesda Softworks has announced the launch of the third and final premium DLC pack for the new DOOM game. Additionally, you can check out the new launch trailer for the DLC pack, Bloodfall, in the player below, which features new footage.
The latest free update is now available for Doom, introducing a number of new features to its multiplayer mode. Among other things, bot support has been added, allowing you to play against AI-controlled enemies. At least for now, they’re only available in the less-complex game modes, Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch. They’re also limited to playing on the original slate of multiplayer maps. You can check out the full specs for Doom‘s new update below.
New content continues to roll out for DOOM. Bethesda Softworks has just launched the second major DLC expansion for the latest installment of the DOOM franchise with Hell Followed. You can check out the new launch trailer for the premium DLC pack for the game, featuring new footage, in the video player below.
Some new features are being added into the mix for DOOM with a new free update. Bethesda Softworks has officially revealed today some new details on DOOM’s next update. Free Update 3 for the game arrives later this month. According to Bethesda, it will include Deathmatch and Private Matches. You can also check out a new teaser for the upcoming update with some new gameplay footage in the player below.
Bethesda Softworks has revealed some new details on the upcoming free update for DOOM starting July 29. Bethesda also confirmed a Double XP weekend that will be running from the game from July 29 starting at 12:00 pm EST. The Double XP weekend will officially end on Monday, August 1 at 12:00 pm EST. You can check out a new video showcasing the new free update below.