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God They’re Porting Skyrim Again

The year is 2030.¬†Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim has successfully been ported to the human brain. Doctors describe this as a milestone in medical engineering but also the guy who now has it running in his brain feels like he might actually finish the game now. On Reddit, people are…

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ICYMI: Every New Game Announced During Today’s PlayStation 5 Reveal

Well folks, we made it. The PlayStation 5 was officially unveiled today during a two-hour livestream event, wherein we all learned that its design is a lot more, uh, interesting than many of us (read: me) anticipated, and that Sony is still leaning heavily on the whole “console exclusive” thing…

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Things Seem Bad in the Newest Doom Eternal Trailer

The Doom Slayer has been taking a little nap for the last couple of years, and in that time it looks like Earth has become totally boned. The moon went and shattered somehow, there’s big Satanic runes etched into the surface of the planet, and based on the radio chatter…

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Doom Eternal Delayed by Finite Amount, Now Slaying March 20, 2020

Metal fans hoping to rip and/or tear as the Doom Slayer this November will have to wait a few months longer, as Doom Eternal has been delayed until March 20, 2020. The announcement was made earlier today on the game’s official Twitter profile, and while the reactions were mostly memes…

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Fallout 76 Curse Strikes Again with Power Armor Helmet Mold Recall

At this point, I think we can all agree that Fallout 76 is a deeply cursed product. Despite the dedicated group of players who somehow manage to make the game fun for themselves, the game itself has never seemed particularly interested in aiding in that endeavor, and neither has the…

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The Bethesda rainbow pins were the classiest thing I’ve ever seen at E3

Bethesda showed support for the Orlando victims with rainbow pins at its E3 press event. Here's why that matters.

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