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After the past week of numerous teases leading to its announcement (and getting outed by a retailer listing by Walmart Canada), Bethesda Softworks has officially pulled back the curtain on the post-apocalyptic title Rage 2. Bethesda Softworks has released the official announcement trailer for Rage 2 after last week’s indications that it would get revealed today, and
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During PAX East this past weekend, Bethesda Softworks announced new details regarding its arena shooter Quake Champions. According to the press release, sometime later this month, Quake Champions will receive a new update, which will introduce a slew of new features into the game, including a new champion named Strogg, a new map (Awoken), as well as tweaks
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While consensus is that DOOM on Nintendo Switch is a terrific port to a handheld system, few would deny that it isn’t a little rough around the edges when compared to the PC, PS4, or Xbox One versions. And while developers Panic Button and id Software can’t fix some issues stemming from the underlying hardware, a forthcoming update
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The Nintendo Switch version of 2016’s DOOM, which was surprisingly revealed during September’s Nintendo Direct alongside Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus for the Switch, released today. To celebrate, Bethesda has released a trailer showcasing some of the title’s violent gameplay on Nintendo’s console handheld hybrid. The trailer shows gameplay in both handheld and docked mode, and it
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When it first released, the 2016 iteration of DOOM not only was able to breathe new life into a franchise that had been dormant for quite some time, but brought it back into the modern era with a roar. DOOM provided new-school shooter fans with a fast-paced title that burst onto the screen with searing visuals that
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