With Black Friday 2019 around the corner, many of us have begun rigorously planning for all the games and accessories we want to purchase through the many deals that come with the holiday season. Fortunately, Nintendo was kind enough to announce some of its best deals for many of its games, Continue Reading
The term ‘social justice warrior’ (SJW) has become a dirty phrase to describe anyone who fans see as changing a game or movie to allow for more inclusiveness to the detriment of the game/movie. In practice, this term comes up when games insert women or people of color into games Continue Reading
Wolfenstein II gives players a reason to come back Wolfenstein II‘s first major update has unlocked the mysterious vault on the menu screen. The vault can also be accessed in the hub world of the main game and can be opened after the player reaches chapter 2 of the story. MachineGames Continue Reading
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a first-person action shooter developed by MachineGames and published by Bethesda. What would the world look like if Nazi Germany won World War II? Where would everyone be right now? According to Wolfenstein, it’d be full of gigantic robots, advanced weaponry, wild spaceships, and Continue Reading
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus has had its fair share of controversy and it’s not even out yet. The official launch trailer may stir up even more controversy after including a few scenes that the already offended might take issue with. The new trailer features a whole lot of Nazis Continue Reading
Wolfenstein is a series of World War II games that date back to 1981. Wolfenstein has always been about killing as many Nazis as possible and doing as much damage to their war machine as you can. Wolfenstein 3D even allowed the player to fight a mechanical Adolf Hitler. The last game in the series, Wolfenstein: The New Order, posited a world where Germany won World War II and completed their domination of the world. The latest game, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, has been well known to deal with a resistance trying to make America free from the Nazi occupation.
Nintendo Finally Gets Some M-Rated Goodness Bethesda’s classic shooter franchises, Doom and Wolfenstein, are making their way to the Nintendo Switch as revealed in today’s Nintendo Direct. The very-much-needed M-Rated DOOM is coming to the console sometime this holiday. Nintendo did not reveal any further details on a release date. DOOM has three main Continue Reading