Entries in 'doom' (17)
At E3 2014, Bethesda told MCV that it had never announced a game at the LA show before.
The 1990s gave us the Spice Girls, Pogs and Beanie Babies. But it also spawned some of the biggest games brands ever seen. MCV takes a trip back in time ...
“Doom.” Bethesda wants that to be the answer to the question “What is your favourite FPS”.
It’s Doom by name, Doom by nature, if the first gameplay of Bethesda’s next horror-shooter is anything to go by.
Tonight in LA, Bethesda just pulled one of the great E3 press conferences.
Bethesda.net joins the ranks of EA Origin and uPlay as Bethesda attempts to unite its online presence.
Bethesda kicked off its E3 press conference with a gory showing of its new Doom game.
A selection of six video games have been chosen as the first class to be inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame at The Strong National Museum of ...
Bethesda has released a teaser video for the new Doom game originally announced by developer id Software at last year's QuakeCon.
Television program Mythbusters will take a look at the Doom franchise this weekend, to see if it's actually possible to carry all the in-game items available to the player.
Games of years gone by continue to spark nostalgia and reverence among consumers. MCV goes back to the past with a selection of retro-themed products
Doom creator John Romero has criticised the lack of creativity in the Call of Duty series and argued that first person shooter developers need to start thinking differently.
One of the first person shooting genre’s founding fathers is working on a brand new FPS.
Bethesda is aware that players will need to be convinced that the Doom IP remains as relevant today as it was ten years ago.
Bethesda has promised to reveal its new Doom title at QuakeCon 2014.
Oculus has comprehensively refuted Zenimax's accusation that the firm stole technology from the Elder Scrolls publisher.
A new trailer for Wolfenstein: The New Order has confirmed that a new Doom title IS in development.