E3 2018: ‘Doom Eternal’ Teased

id Software’s Doom games are responsible for pioneering first-person shooters. They didn’t invent the concept, but delivered a fast paced, graphically amazing (at the time), and ultra-violent experience that led to countless imitators.

The series was revived in 2016 with a new entry, simply called DOOM. It brought back the stylized ultra-violence and lightning-quick action of the old games while still offering modern gameplay conveniences.

The sequel to that revival, Doom Eternal, was unveiled and teased during the Bethesda E3 conference.

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E3 2018: ‘NieR: Automata’ Coming to Xbox One

The critical darling of 2017 NieR: Automata is coming to the Xbox One on June 26, 2018. At the Microsoft E3 Press Conference showed off what will be called the “Become As Gods” edition.

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E3 2018: From Software’s New Game Given Name and Trailer

At Microsoft’s E3 2018 press briefing, From Software showed a trailer and gave a full name for its new game. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The game was revealed and teased originally at 2017 Video Game Awards.

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E3 2018: ‘Halo Infinite’ Revealed

Microsoft’s E3 2018 conference started off with an intriguing look at the world and setting of Halo Infinite, the next game in 343 Industries’ long running shooter series.

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E3 2018: Details, Release Date Revealed for BioWare’s ‘Anthem’

The highly anticipated new IP from Bioware, Anthem, was given an official release date at the EA Play event prior to E3. 

A new trailer showing off some of the games’ systems and classes were shown, along with the release date.

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E3 2018: ‘Battlefield V’ Features Detailed

After the May reveal of Battlefield V, fans had many questions and even some concerns about the latest in DICE and EA’s long running war series.

Hoping to answer and address a few of these concerns, Electronic Arts detailed some new features and gameplay during their annual EA Play conference.

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Dino-Bites Spotlight: The Sail of the Sahara

The deserts of Northern Africa were quite different 100 million years ago. Vast coastal mangrove forests dotting huge swaths of tidal flats and channels covered what would become Egypt and Morocco.

The inland seas and rivers were a hotbed of life. Huge fish, ancient crocodiles and even some plesiosaurs swam those waters. Titanic sauropods like Paratitan and Aegyptosaurus walked the coastline.

One dinosaur was uniquely adapted to surviving this environment of constant change. It stalked the mangroves and swam the channels, hunting its prey. This was the domain of Spinosaurus. 

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Dino-Bites: What did Dinosaurs Really Look Like?

Modern popular culture has long presented the image of dinosaurs as scaly, stomping beasts. Going further back in time to the early to mid 20th century; dinosaurs were thought to be lizard-like with flicking tongues and strange upright postures.

However, modern science has revealed that dinosaurs may have appeared and behaved far different than originally, or even recently, imagined.

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Hot Takes: The Spiciest of Opinions

I just left the theater and I’ve gotta say *movie title*  was just the worst thing I’ve ever seen.

I just finished playing *new video game* and it was an unmitigated disaster.

Your game stinks. That movie you like is horrible. How could you be so stupid as to like that thing you like? How dare you not see things my way! You can’t silence me because these are all my opinions.

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