My Weekend Hanging Out With PC Gaming's Most Hardcore Players


Face-to-face LAN parties—local game gatherings, usually PC-focused—just aren't what they used to be in this modern, always connected age. Not even one of the biggest in the world can escape time. But the thousands of PC gamers who gather in Texas every summer are pushing off the inevitable as heroically as they can. » 7/30/14 4:00pm 7/30/14 4:00pm

All The Info There is About The Original Doom In One Video

The good people at Did You Know Gaming have put together a new video all about the original Doom, that contains literally (not actually literally) 100 percent of everything there is to know about the classic shooter. Now's a good time for this, especially if you're going to QuakeCon next month and want to impress… » 6/29/14 2:30pm 6/29/14 2:30pm

Yes, This Nazi-Killing Video Game Hero Was Of Jewish Descent

There's been speculation for more than two decades that the hero of the iconic Wolfenstein first-person shooter games—B.J. Blazkowicz, the guy who you use to machine gun hordes of Nazis—was Jewish. But the game's creators have long been coy about the character's origins. Not so much anymore. » 3/03/14 12:45pm 3/03/14 12:45pm

Memories Of Doom, By John Romero & John Carmack

Twenty years ago, on December 10, 1993, John Carmack, John Romero and the rest of the team at upstart id Software unleashed a game called Doom upon the world. Twenty years later, both men have written about their favorite memories of the game for you and all fans of Doom to read. Here they are, in their own words... » 12/10/13 1:00pm 12/10/13 1:00pm