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Exclusive Elder Scrolls Online 'making of' pics show a PS4 and Xbox One game waiting to shine

Exclusive Elder Scrolls Online 'making of' pics show a PS4 and Xbox One game waiting to shine

By 21 May 2015

Although Elder Scrolls Online has been around in paid and, more recently, free-to-play form for the PC for a while, it is soon to hit the PS4 and Xbox One consoles and that's when we fully expect the game to take off big style. There's little else like... >>

This is what the new 2015 version of Doom will look like

This is what the new 2015 version of Doom will look like

By 18 May 2015

Bethesda will be formerly showing off the new version of Doom at its very first E3 press conference prior to the show this year but has teased us with a brief glimpse of what to expect. It has released a pre-show teaser clip which actually shows a gnat's... >>

Wolfenstein returns this May: The Old Blood is a standalone downloadable title for new-gen consoles and PC

Wolfenstein returns this May: The Old Blood is a standalone downloadable title for new-gen consoles and PC

By 4 March 2015

When B.J. Blazkowicz came blasting onto our screens once again in Wolfenstein: The New Order back in 2014, we were rather taken by the first-person shooter that MachineGames and Bethesda had made. Come May this year The Old Blood, a follow-up and standalone... >>

Elder Scrolls Online going free-to-play, PS4 and Xbox One versions coming June

Elder Scrolls Online going free-to-play, PS4 and Xbox One versions coming June

By 22 January 2015

When Elder Scrolls Online was released for the PC in April last year there were plenty of complaints over its pricing structure. Not only did Bethesda charge a hefty initial fee to buy the game but subscription options were steep. Now it seems that the... >>

The Evil Within review
4 out of 5

The Evil Within review

By 14 October 2014

As with any other entertainment medium, there are games for generalists and games for purists. The Evil Within doesn't so much position itself in the latter camp as plant a flag there, lock the doors and refuse to let anyone in until they have died 100... >>

The Evil Within gameplay preview: It's 'the Saw of video games'

The Evil Within gameplay preview: It's 'the Saw of video games'

By 11 June 2014

The Evil Within is like the Saw movie of video games. Some people are going to love its gruesomeness whereas others will find its old school Resident Evil style feels like predictable old hat. We fall into the latter camp at the moment. When we first... >>

Doom teaser trailer surfaces, Bethesda's 2014 rework looks like it'll be terrifying

Doom teaser trailer surfaces, Bethesda's 2014 rework looks like it'll be terrifying

By 11 June 2014

Holy bejeezus it's a Doom teaser trailer. We first heard about Bethesda's rework of the classic first person shooter when it was announced that its Wolfenstein title would carry the Doom beta. No gameplay footage just yet, with the full reveal set for... >>

Battlecry gameplay preview: 32-player brawler ditches the guns for close-quarters combat

Battlecry gameplay preview: 32-player brawler ditches the guns for close-quarters combat

By 11 June 2014

Battlecry isn't your typical multiplayer deathmatch title. There is no gunpowder and therefore no guns in this parallel universe, so instead the game is all bows, blades and massive brawls. This free-to-play world, which fades into graphic novel style... >>

A week in reviews: 19 - 23 May

A week in reviews: 19 - 23 May

By 24 May 2014

Ever the varied week, it's a mixture of all kinds of goodies on Pocket-lint this week, headed by the surprise announcement from Microsoft that the Surface 3 is a larger format device than its predecessor. And while that might boggle the mind, you should... >>

Wolfenstein: The New Order review
4 out of 5

Wolfenstein: The New Order review

By 20 May 2014

Count to four. Inhale. You're going to need that breath, for Wolfenstein: The New Order is a grizzly ride on the insane-go-round. The premise of the title has always been teetering on the absurd: Nazis with futuristic technologies have won the Second... >>