Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Bethesda

Wolfenstein: The New Order Releases In May, Comes With Next-Gen Doom Beta, First Trailer Inside

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Wolfenstein: The New Order hadn’t gotten much media attention recently because Bethesda wasn’t saying a whole lot about the game. But suddenly, with no warning, the publisher’s let loose some information, making known the game’s release date and preorder details, the most enticing being a DOOM beta key There’s also a very informative Q&A. Details inside. Read More »

Fallout 4 Is Real, Set In Boston

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I know Fallout fans must have been more than a bit perturbed with the elaborate hoax which was carried out a last week, but there’s reason to hope for Fallout 4, because as Kotaku has uncovered, the game does exist — and its set in Boston, Massachusetts. Read More »

John Carmack joins Oculus Rift team as CTO

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John Carmack, the co-founder of id Software, has officially joined the Oculus Rift team as its new Chief Technology Officer. Carmack has been an integral part of the Oculus Rift technology since early into production, and has been a pioneer of VR hardware in general for a long time. He was the first developer to integrate the Oculus Rift into ... Read More »

The Elder Scrolls Anthology revealed

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At QuakeCon, Bethesda revealed that The Elder Scrols Anthology is happening, featuring each and every game and its DLC on disc (yes, even Arena and Daggerfall), in a handy case. The collection will be released at retail on September 10th, and it will cost $79.99, exclusively for PC. The Elder Scrolls Arena The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall The Elder Scrolls ... Read More »