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DOOM Comes To Nintendo Switch On 10th November

We’re pleased to announce that id Software’s demon-blasting masterpiece, DOOM, will launch for the Nintendo Switch on November 10. In a new id Software developer video released today by Nintendo, creative director Hugo Martin and executive producer Marty Stratton discuss the many features that players will experience in DOOM on Nintendo Switch, including the full single-player campaign (with all difficulty modes), Arcade Mode, and the entire suite of Multiplayer maps and modes, including all previously released DLC content. They also go into further depth about working with developer Panic Button to ensure DOOM on Nintendo Switch feels as fast, brutal, and true to the experience gamers have loved on other platforms. Developed by id Software in conjunction with Panic Button, DOOM on Nintend...

DOOM for Switch Launches November 10

Bethesda Announces November 10 Release Date for DOOM on Nintendo Switch in New Developer Video We’re pleased to announce that id Software’s demon-blasting masterpiece, DOOM, will launch for the Nintendo Switch on November 10. In a new id Software developer video released today by Nintendo, creative director Hugo Martin and executive producer Marty Stratton discuss the many features that players will experience in DOOM on Nintendo Switch, including the full single-player campaign (with all difficulty modes), Arcade Mode, and the entire suite of Multiplayer maps and modes, including all previously released DLC content. They also go into further depth about working with developer Panic Button to ensure DOOM on Nintendo Switch feels as fast, brutal, and true to the experience gamers have loved...

The Top 10 Best Video Game Soundtracks Every Gamer Should Listen To

Video games are a gateway to many fantastic tales that have powerful stories. Alongside these stories, there’s the music and soundtrack that further helps the narrative of the game and engrosses the player even more. So here’s a Top 10 List of Video Game Soundtracks that are my favourites and are a must-listen. Do keep in mind that this list is based on my opinion which is bound to differ from yours, and I’ve only kept OSTs of games that are more recent, so don’t expect Chrono Trigger here. Doom This soundtrack is perfection. It is thrilling, exhilarating, heart pumping, demon killing, head ripping ecstasy. This is my go to soundtrack whenever I need to get pumped up or need to listen to something badass, but that’s not all about this soundtrack. Mick Gordon, ...

Top 10 Games Of This Generation That Every Indian Gamer Needs To Play

Everyone has their own backlog of video games, and it’s often not easy to play every single game that comes out. So we’ve picked out some of the best games of this generation which will bring you up to date on the state of video games today. These games are obviously not for everyone, but all of these games have something unique about them that sets them apart. So here are the top 10 games of this generation that every Indian gamer needs to play. Witcher 3 Excellent story telling and world building, and still one of the best looking games on PC and consoles. While the combat is not the best, it’s strong enough to be enjoyable, and the incredible cast and excellent writing will keep any player hooked till the end. Also, the DLCs are fantastic. Destiny Despite initial stumb...

The Top 50 Best Single Player Campaigns Of This Generation (Part 2)

There are a lot of Single Player games out in the wild, Here is a list which would help you to go on a epic journey while sitting on your couch. These are the games that you better checkout. Also, this is Part Two of a five part list, and you can check out Part 1 right here. Horizon Zero Dawn See the world through the eyes of Aloy, a woman shunned by her tribe from birth, as she goes on a quest to discover the deepest secrets of the ancient past. Go up against warring tribes and terrifying mechanized creatures as you enter a lush world facing the near destruction of mankind. The Last Guardian Experience the power of friendship between a boy and his mystical companion in one of the most anticipated games of the decade, from the creative mind behind Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. Yakuza Zer...

What To Expect at E3 2017: Bethesda

Next up, Bethesda. A lot of rumours flying around with a new IP and VR versions of games. So let’s have a look at what we can expect from Bethesda at E3. Starfield This is what has people most excited. A brand new IP from Bethesda that takes place in Space! From the leaks that may or may not be true, this game is supposed to be a part of the Bethesda Universe where Fallout is the beginning and Elder Scrolls the far future with this being in-between in the time period.  With planet’s developed by developers and procedurally generated worlds as well, we wonder if this game will by the ultimate hype and then fail miserably. But from what we’ve read till now it seems to be a competitor for the Mass Effect series and I’m really excited to know about this new IP. Fallout ...

The Biggest (And Sometimes Scariest) Video Game Trends Of 2016

2016 was a long year. Longer then most actually, being a leap year with an extra day. Which helped since we needed the extra time catch up with all the happenings that that took place in gaming this Year. Virtual Reality Gains Momentum With both Occulus Rift and HTC (and Valve’s) Vive becoming available to the public in 2016, the stage was clearfor VR to be part of the mainstream. Or at least for gamers with high end PC and budget for what is,effectively, a very expensive display. There was some furor over Occulus underhanded tactics to lock games to platform, and about its privacy policy. Vive was lauded for its more ‘open’ approach. VR still lacked killer apps though – most games seemed to be little more than short tech demos. Playstation VR debuted later in the year di...

Best of 2016: Top 10 Shooters (First Person Shooters & Third Person Shooters)

2016 was a great year for shooters. From the demon infested hellish pits of Doom to the colorful booty-filled arenas in Overwatch, shooters saw an unexpected comeback, in what had become a tiresome genre. Here are the best shooters from 2016 that you absolutely must play: Overwatch Release Date: 23rd May, 2016 Platforms: Windows PC, PS4, XBONE While it can be put simply as Team Fortress with waifus, Blizzard’s hero shooter Overwatch is absolutely fantastic. And while Overwatch is not strictly just a shooter, you are shooting the whole time, be it shooting bullets, grenades, at your enemies or streams of health at your friends. Blizzard keeps it simple, giving you just a few modes and maps, but gives you a range of characters with unique abilities and playstyles. It’s easy to ge...

Overwatch Bags Game Of The Year Award at The Game Awards 2016, Here Are All The Winners

Blizzard’s competitive multiplayer shooter, Overwatch was showered with laurels as it took home the Game of the Year Award at this year’s The Game Awards. Check out the list of winners in all the categories below: GAME OF THE YEAR For a game that delivers the absolute best experience across all creative and technical fields. Doom (id Software/Bethesda) Inside (Playdead) Overwatch (Blizzard) Titanfall 2 (Respawn/Electronic Arts) Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (Naughty Dog/Sony Interactive Entertainment) BEST GAME DIRECTION Recognizing a game studio for outstanding creative vision, game direction and design. Blizzard (for Overwatch) Dice (for Battlefield 1) id Software (for Doom) Naughty Dog (for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End) Respawn (for Titanfall 2) BEST NARRATIVE For out...

Meet MiniDOOM, A Cutesy Sidescroller Tribute To DOOM

DOOM is well known for being one of the premier and the most influential FPS games ever, and this year saw the game make a tremendous comeback. But ever wonder how it would look as a 2D shooter? To satisfy your curiosity, here comes MiniDOOM. MiniDOOM is a fan made project based on the first DOOM, and although a short parody game, it still looks and feels really cool. I mean, given the plot where you’re a angry space marine tasked with shooting (or blasting or vapourizing or beheading) demons and monsters, it might not seem like a paradigm shift. BUT, this game doesn’t need to try too hard to make sure the original remains as “metal” as it has always been, and that’s quite a feat. I mean, considering the sprites look kinda cute. Have you seen that Cacodemon? C...

DOOM Free Update 4 Out Now, With An Arcade Mode

Free Update 4 for DOOM is out, and it adds a ton of content to keep your guns pumped. Here’s the official announcement, as on the official Bethesda website: “We’re unleashing more DOOM content today with Free Update 4. This update includes the much-anticipated Arcade Mode, which transforms DOOM’s critically-acclaimed campaign into a competitive fast-paced, score-based challenge. Play every level with all guns, Runes and equipment upgrades fully unlocked. Customize your DOOM Marine’s gear, guns and Praetor suit before each run to see what combinations will give you an edge. Compete against friends and players worldwide for the highest score by attacking demons quickly, avoiding their attacks and grabbing multipliers along the way. This is a perfect opportunity to replay on...

What If Sunny Deol Was In Video Games?

Sunny Deol is known for many things, his acting and dancing not being the two of them. But his antics make him a perfect candidate for the main role in a lot of video games (unless you’re playing Dance Central), and it would be unfair if we didn’t honour the angry, not-so-young man on his birthday. So, here is our list of the top five games that would have been perfect for Mr. Deol. Sunny of War (God of War, duh) Kratos doesn’t hold a candle to our Sunny paaji. Let’s face it, the anger, the rage and the struggle, these are all iconic trademarks of this great man. The Greek Gods shit their pants when he roars. If you don’t believe me, check out this clip of this underrated superhero pulling out a hand pump from the ground and then tell me if Zeus stands a chanc...


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