Microsoft and Bethesda announce new games during E32021

Xbox 20 Years

Microsoft has been busy in 2021, Microsoft announced that they would, and did actually complete the acquisition of Bethesda. They also released their latest game console, the Xbox Series X (and S). Today, under the new acquisition, Microsoft and Bethesda jointly held a livestream to announce not just Microsoft and Bethesda games, but also third… Continue reading Microsoft and Bethesda announce new games during E32021

Microsoft acquires Bethesda

Microsoft Xbox Buys Bethesda

Microsoft has been hyping up the Xbox Series X for almost 6 months now. Originally revealed at The Game Awards (2019) event, Xbox Series X is being touted as the most powerful console, and they have the specs to back it up with it. Microsoft revealed more specs of Xbox Series X. There was a… Continue reading Microsoft acquires Bethesda

Doom Eternal gameplay shown and detailed

Doom Eternal Art

Bethesda hosted their 22th annual QuakeCon. QuakeCon 2019 started on July 25, 2019, and ends July 28, 2019. They host LAN parties, they host gameplay sessions, and developer panels hosted by Bethesda, id Software, and ZeniMax staff. One of those panels was “The year of Doom” which took place on Friday, July 26th. The biggest… Continue reading Doom Eternal gameplay shown and detailed

Doom Eternal continues the 25th anniversary of Doom

Doom In Hell (Doom Eternal)

This year, Doom is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Doom Reboot launched in 2016. 1 to 2 years later, Doom Eternal was announced at E3 2018, revealed at QuakeCon 2018. At E3 2019, id Software blew the doors off the hinges and revealed more about Doom Eternal during the Bethesda Conference… QuakeCon 2019 is currently ongoing,… Continue reading Doom Eternal continues the 25th anniversary of Doom

Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 available on consoles and mobile devices now

Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 arrives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and mobile phones

As I write this, QuakeCon is ongoing. It started yesterday, but the keynote for “The year of Doom” just wrapped up. The biggest surprise from the event was a stealth drop: The original Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 was announced for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices such as Android devices,… Continue reading Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 available on consoles and mobile devices now

E3 2019 had a rocky start

E3 2019 Logo

Electronic Arts kicked off E3 2019 with a lackluster EA Play. The event did not unveil any new game, and the only thing the “conference” was for was the DLC’s they have planned for the following games… Apex Legends Battlefield 5 Anthem The Sims 4 After the reveal of Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, people… Continue reading E3 2019 had a rocky start