Archive for posts tagged: Doom

The Games Of E3 2013


E3’s significance has dwindled over the years with major publishers opting out of the show or choosing to unveil their latest games outside the press event. It’s a trend accepted by most but this year things are different. The big 3 – Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft – are set to lay all their cards on the table to prove why their expensive next-gen console should be the one tempting you to rob your local convenience store to fund it. Read More »

The Dusty Cartridge Podcast: Episode 20


Welcome back to The Dusty Cartridge Podcast, where we take a time-out to make the shocking discovery that one of us didn’t know McDonalds serves strawberry sundaes. We’re back with a bang this week as we’re joined by Alex Walker and Dan Walker to discuss the rumours of an always-online Xbox, our thoughts on BioShock Infinite, Disney shutting down LucasArts and much more! Read More »

Doom 3: BFG Edition Review


When Doom 3 released on the PC in 2004 it was met with positive reviews lauding the title for its atmosphere and impressive graphics. Nevertheless, what is an enjoyable but highly flawed shooter now was once a technical behemoth that helped influence much of what we play today. If you liked shooting stuff, and lots of it, then you really couldn’t go wrong with ID Software’s flagship FPS. Read More »

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