You remember the id Software game DOOM? It came out after Wolfenstein… the game that introduced a claustrophobic first person shooter from the 1990s established the moniker “BFG” 3000 into the pop culture lexicon. It was briefly revitalized in 2004, and brought out the PvP and Team vs. Team  online battle arena with DOOM III (and later DOOM III BFG). Well, 22 years after it’s inaugural release, Bethesda now owns the franchise rights and on Wednesday held a live play-through withRead More →

Yesterday (Thursday for XBox One users) marked the second BETA access to Ubisoft, Red Storm, and Massive Entertainment’s Tom Clancy’s The Division. This weekend is an open BETA, allowing everyone a preview of the not-so-distant-future third-person shooter set in New York City. Here is the synopsys: Tom Clancy’s The Division is a ground-breaking RPG experience that brings the genre into a modern military setting for the first time. In the wake of a devastating pandemic that sweeps through New York City,Read More →

I may be alone with my opinions, but my stance seems logical. My first foray into MMOs was Everquest in 1999 and played for about 7 years straight and almost religiously. The graphics by today’s standards were sub-par and it was quite challenging to level up. You needed to group in most instances, you had to socialize to accomplish tasks. One such task spanned the life (at the time level 50) of your character… it was the epic quest lineRead More →