Tag Archives: Bethesda

15 ways Doom is making hell fun again

After nearly 12 years away from the frontline of gaming, Doom is returning and while its development has been challenging, the final game looks to have recaptured the same spirit as id’s original shooters.

Is Obsidian thinking about making its own Fallout-style game?

Speaking with games™ as part of a celebration of the Fallout series and investigation into what to expect from Fallout 4, Feargus Urquhart explained how his team’s love of the post-apocalypse could see Obsidian launch its own competitor in the post-nuclear apocalypse. “I really, really enjoy the Fallout world,” Obsidian...

Fallout Shelter review

Fallout Shelter review

The big takeaway from playing Fallout Shelter should probably be that you can slap this theme onto just about anything and it immediately becomes 50 per cent more fun. If this is the beginning of Bethesda spreading this IP around a little more, then we’re on board. We’ll lap up...

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood review

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood review

Nazis, castles, some ancient magic and then a few zombies. That’s the Wolfenstein staple. It’s been established, it’s been done and it’s not likely to change much in the coming years. You’d think that formula was so stringent that it’d keep you in check, that it’d be hard to actually...

Saving The Elder Scrolls Online

The traditionally single-player Elder Scrolls series last year made its multiplayer debut, but did so quietly. gamesTM investigates to find out if the new-gen version has what it takes to change all that… MMOs are dying. Despite the anomaly that is World Of Warcraft, there are few massively multiplayer online...