In the spirit of Halloween, That Shelf has created a list of 13 creepy video games that are available right now on Xbox Game Pass.
On this week's special episode, we're pouring some Mountain Dew and revisiting our favourite PC game scores and soundtracks!
This week on The Development Slate, your hosts imagine how to make a newer, better DOOM film.
The 2016 version of Doom is the rare video game that makes its violence feel righteous.
Microsoft has released the full list of 104 games that will soon be coming to the Xbox One thanks to backwards compatibility. It can be tough to know where to begin, so here are five classics to get you started.
Mad Max, Mass Effect, Battleborn, and more in our gallery of cool stuff from PAX 2015.
As memorable as your first game love is, so too is the one that devastated you. We had to know: what’s the game that broke your heart?
In the last year of development for id's newest first-person shooter RAGE, you might be forgiven if you thought "MEGATEXTURES" was actually its title. Yet here we are, on the tail end of a promotional tour that made no bones about it: RAGE is the next DOOM. But has id evolved beyond its innovative roots to carve a niche for itself among a market bloated with shooters?
In this "mantastic" episode Lucas, Will, Jeff, and Joel find themselves trapped in a cage deep underwater, assaulted from all sides by the desperate later seasons of The Simpsons. The dorks talk about how Matt Groening's show has changed over time, about what they've been consuming, and some hot news from the worlds of film, video games, and email spam.
Kotaku just broke the news that legendary First Person Shooter developer id Software will be purchased by ZeniMax, parent company of RPG developer Bethesda Softworks. The merger of id Software; the company that created the likes of Doom and Wolfenstein, and Bethesda Softworks; the studio behind Fallout 3 and the Elder Scrolls games, is huge […]