An accidental open mic broadcasting live to Bethesda’s Twitch stream picked up a discussion about Dishonored 2 being presented during the company’s E3 press conference. Ooops.
Hey, check out the new TGS trailer for Shinji Mikami's upcoming horror game, The Evil Within. It's pretty well done. The game itself will be out October 14 for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.
I expected to hate the new Wolfenstein. I wanted to, even. The whole idea of rebooting the Nazi-killing epic for the umpteenth time disturbed me.
Trapped in a vegetative state for 14 years, Wolfenstein hero B.J. Blazkowicz awakens to a 1960 dominated by Nazis and a life no-longer solely defined by the killing of them.
With PAX East just days away, Bethesda has given us all a fresh dose of things to be terrified of with a new gameplay trailer for The Evil Within, the upcoming survival horror game being made by one of the great minds behind Resident Evil. The game launches August 26 in North America and August 29 in Europe for the…
Nazi coffee. Nazi robots. Nazi cigarettes. Nazi old ladies. Nazi psych tests.
Wolfenstein: The New Order will release on May 20, but perhaps the bigger news is that preordering it gets you access to the beta for the next Doom.
Sure, the difference between playing the PC version of a game on minimum and maximum settings is a big one. It's supposed to be. But the gulf between the less-intensive option for The Elder Scrolls Online and the all-of-the-things alternative looks massive.
The Elder Scrolls Online released a new eight-minute cinematic trailer today, along with news of two special editions and the enticement of five-day early access for those who pre-order the game.
It's—you guessed it—a legal issue.
Bethesda, publisher of The Evil Within, Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami's new horror game, recently posted this new piece of concept art on the game's official Twitter. The caption read: "Sitting in the back of the car, she's thinking." Thinking about what? Who could she be?
So far, all we've seen of the upcoming Thief game during E3 is an impressive but gameplay-free cinematic trailer. These new screens are helpful, then, in terms of figuring out what all that skulking and theft is going to look like.
What if the Beatles were Nazis? That’s just one of the questions that live-action+CG+gameplay trailer for the Wolfenstein: The New Order reboot brings up. The clip has some fun perverting some of the 20th Century’s best known photographs and shows us that the Nazis’ domination over the rest of the world is pretty…
This batch of screens and artwork is the first real sight we’re getting of the newly reimagined world of the Wolfenstein franchise. So what’s going in them? Oh, just a sassy septuagenarian officer, Nazi robot dogs and hints that the Third Reich wants to conquer space.
At the bottom of the official press release introducing the gaming world to Machine Games' Wolfenstein: The New Order, publisher Bethesda Softworks clarified its position on the Nazi regime's attempted genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.