Showing posts with label Doom. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Doom. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

PlayStation Now Adds LittleBigPlanet 3, Gravity Rush 2 and More

Latest lineup for PS Now game-streaming service includes LittleBigPlanet 3, Gravity Rush 2 and more for September 2019.

Now that summer is almost over, a brand-new lineup of games are about to join an ever-expanding library of PlayStation Now game-streaming service by Sony Entertainment for September that already has more than 800 games.

PS Now subscribes are going to get their hands on newest additions while also being able to download over 300 games for PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 4 consoles and stream any of the game from overall collection to PC or PS4.

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PlayStation Now Adds LittleBigPlanet 3, Gravity Rush 2 and More

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September 2019 kicks-off with puzzle-platformer title LittleBigPlanet 3 by developer/publisher Sumo Digital, which sees the anticipated return of Sackboy and his friends to explore never-ending surprises of Imagisphere together.

Then action-adventure title Gravity Rush 2 from SIE Japan Studio and Sony Entertainment lets player step into the shoes of protagonist character Kat who can manipulate gravity and is AI-assisted by fellow gravity shifter Raven.

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Other exciting titles included in latest lineup alongside the ones mentioned above are De Blob, Farming Simulator 19, Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-MARS-tered, RIDE 3, Spintires: MudRunner, The Surge, Titan Quest and relatively new game, Vampyr.

Sci-fi action RPG title The Surge was already offered for PlayStation Plus members earlier this year though. People will be playing a lot of Farming Simulator 19 and ARPG game Vampyr by Dontnod Entertainment in coming months.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in August 2019

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After post-apocalyptic adventure title Fallout 4 was added to PS Now last month, it has been picking up some steam among players along with Batman: Arkham Knight, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, DOOM and Rocket League.

Other most playing games in August 2019 remains For Honor, Mafia III, Mortal Kombat X, NBA 2K18, Sniper Elite IV, Wolfenstein: The New Order and WWE 2K18. Hopefully, we will be seeing Gravity Rush 2 to take top spot on the list next month.

Saturday, July 27, 2019

PlayStation Now Adds Doom, Fallout 4 and More

A heavy-hitting new selection of PS4 titles are added to PS Now, ahead of August 2019 for game streaming and downloading.

Summer season is nearing end and a new lineup of games is coming in August for members of PlayStation Now, game-streaming service Sony Entertainment that already has more than 800 games into their ever expanding library.

There are over 300 titles within their collection that PS Now subscribers can download on their PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 2 consoles. By August 6, more fan-favorite PS4 games will be added for players to enjoy on their console and PC.

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PlayStation Now Adds Doom, Fallout 4 and More

RELATED: PlayStation Now Adds Borderlands, Rocket League and More

Step into the boots of a badass space marine, only known as Doomslayer to purge demonic forces of Hell from futuristic colonized planet Mars with extreme prejudice in 2016 reboot of brutal first-person shooter title Doom.

Then play as a sole survivor of Vault 111 in a post-apocalyptic, nuclear war-ridden world and head over to "The Commonwealth" in Boston area for an adventurous experience of open-world action role-playing in Fallout 4 up next.

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Motorcycle racing title Monster Energy Supercross and MotoGP 17, iconic fighting game Tekken 7, point-and-click adventure The Raven: Remastered and alternate history shooter Wolfenstein: The New Order joins PS4 games list.

PS Now also includes rebooted Castlevania series from Kojima Productions and Konami, notably Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and its two sequels; Lords of Shadow 2 and Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate on PlayStation 3.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in July 2019

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For past month of July 2019, Batman: Arkham Knight, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, LEGO CITY: Undercover, Metal Gear Solid V, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 and Rocket League remain most played by members.

Surprisingly, games like Civilization Revolution, For Honor, Mafia III, Mortal Kombat X, NBA 2K18 and WWE 2K18 has made it to the list as well even though many of them were added to PlayStation Now library quite a few months ago.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Humble Store Bethesda Softworks Spring Sale 2019

Publisher studio Bethesda Softworks celebrates "Spring Sale" on Humble Store with exciting discounts offers on select games.

As Humble Store is already hosting an ongoing Spring Sale, publisher Bethesda Softworks decided to chime in with their great collection of many fan-favorite titles for some amazing discounted prices for fans of all genres.

Get your hands on some award-winning titles from franchises that Bethesda published over years now and prepare yourself as some of those games are currently due for an anticipated sequel release very soon from same publisher studio.

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Humble Store Bethesda Softworks Spring Sale 2019

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Hailing from popular action-adventure series Dishonored by developer Arkane Studios, you can bag in both Dishonored 2 and Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Deluxe Bundle at a solid 50% off while this limited time offer lasts.

Then get Fallout 4 and its Season Pass including all four DLC packs both at a 50% discount rate. Though Fallout 76 sucked a lot for many it may improve over time and available at 33% off whereas Tricentennial Edition of the game comes at 35%.

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Not grabbing Doom on 50% off and miss out its modern-day shooter experience would be sin punishable by sending you to Hell. Similar sentiments can be expressed for skipping out Prey Deluxe Edition when it comes down to 40%.

Renowned TES titles like The Elder Scrolls Online Standard Edition, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR is now up for grabs within 50-30% off over their retails price and is worth checking out.

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Build up some hype in advance for Wolfenstein: Youngblood by sinking your teeth deep into Nazi-killing shooter by getting Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus or Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Deluxe Edition by Machine Games at 50% drop.

Upon purchasing, you will be provided a Steam key to redeem the title for playing on PC platform. However, don't stress out yourself thinking you might miss some of them because a Steam Summer Sale would probably offer similar deals pretty soon.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Doom Movie Reboot Won't Have Spiderdemon

Director of Doom reboot opens up about which iconic monster will not make it to the 2019 movie.

Although their previous venture to adapt a live-action movie based on one of the best first-person shooter games, Doom failed miserably, Universal Pictures is back on board with a brand-new Doom movie reboot and hired Tony Giglio (Resident Evil: Afterlife, S.W.A.T.: Under Siege) as director for the project. Recently, he revealed that a certain monster will not make it to the upcoming movie in a conversation on Twitter, while sharing his thoughts on the 2005 movie by Andrzej Bartkowiak.

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Doom Movie Reboot Won't Have Spiderdemon

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The fictional universe of Doom features a wide-array of menacing monsters like Baron of Hell, Cacodemon, Cyberdemon and many more that player character "Doomguy" goes up against only to decimate them with brutality. Some of those creatures may even end up appearing in the 2019 movie but the Spiderdemon, notoriously known as the final boss of Doom II, won't be included as a part of it. However, should there be a sequel; the spider monster will be there to terrify the audience.



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We still don't know who will play the iconic "Doomslayer" in the film but actress/singer Nina Bergman previously announced that she has already signed up for the project in a leading role. Movie adaptation of video game always comes out as a nightmare to gamers and that includes a massively popular franchise like Doom, which despite starring Hollywood superstar like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (Baywatch, Rampage) and Karl Urban (Dredd, Thor: Ragnarok) in it, failed regardless.

Friday, August 10, 2018

Xbox Game Pass Adds Doom and Rage

Celebrating QuakeCon 2018, Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass offers Doom and Rage to catch up to their sequels.

To celebrate QuakeCon 2018 and the recent gameplay reveal of upcoming first-person shooter Doom Eternal, Xbox Game Pass have added two other classic shooter title from publisher Bethesda Softworks this Friday morning.

So, if you had some sort of excuse on you for not trying out these games, shake that off and take the ride to either a post-apocalyptic future in Rage or get into a demon-hunting business in Doom to prepare yourself for the attack of shooter sequels in foreseeable future.

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Xbox Game Pass Adds Doom and Rage

RELATED: Doom Eternal Gameplay Reveal

One thing these two titles have in common is that both of them have an upcoming sequel waiting for an official release date. Among the two titles, Doom went on to become one of the greatest shooter that become a Game of the Year in 2016 according to many reviewer and definitely deserved another installment.

However, the ending of Rage may have upset an awful lot of players probably because the developers didn't originally intended to release another installment and many people were actually surprised knowing it is getting a sequel. Now they can probably get their answers or maybe not.

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Doom on Xbox Game Pass

RELATED: Rage 2 Official Gameplay Trailer

DOOM
In to draw energy from Hell, UAC facility have unwittingly unleashed the gates of a dimension that releases a swarm of demonic forces upon them and it is up to a veteran space marine known as Doom Slayer to mow down every enemy down his path.

He is found imprisoned inside a sarcophagus by the demons for wrecking havoc on Hell and now he is back in action once again. This version of the game from 2016 is a re-imagination of the classic game that rebooted the franchise.

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Rage on Xbox Game Pass

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Rage
In a time when an asteroid has laid waste of Earth and game's lead character, a soldier named Nicholas Raine wakes up from a cryosleep to discover himself in a world of chaos, which no longer knew order. Players will go out in various quests, upgrade their vehicle to drive them in a Mad Max-esque wasteland.

They will often engage in gunfight with the oppressive gang of The Authority for the sake of his own survival. Since the game was a passion project for the developers, we believe it is worth your time to give it a shot and see how things went up in the end before it rises from the ashes once again.

RELATED: State of Decay 2 May Come to Steam

Under Microsoft’s subscription service of Xbox Game Pass, both Doom and Rage are available for its members! You have an active membership; you know that their library already contains more than 100 great games, which is always increasing.

If you do not have one and was meaning to get one, then you can simply start with your 14-day free trial right away and eventually get one to enjoy great title for one affordable monthly price.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Sony Announces PlayStation Hits on Budget Price

Get some of the greatest PlayStation games on PS4 that you might have missed before, now at a new lower price.

Back in the days, PlayStation had a Greatest Hits line to introduce all the great games on their platform and it was a great way for fans of having awesome games at cheaper rates. So, if you are yearning for a game from couple of years ago, you might actually get lucky because Sony is bringing back those traditional sales once again as PlayStation Hits. This is a selective lot of exciting PS4 games and the price range starts from as low as $19.99 only available across U.S. from June 28.

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Sony Announces PlayStation Hits on Budget Price

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In Canada, the lowest retail price will be starting from at $19.99 CAD at PS Store and through participating retailers on 14 games. Customers in U.S. will be enjoying this great discount deal on 15 games though. In retails shops, PlayStation Hits line of games will come in red packages as an alternative for usual PS blue color and they will feature red banners in case of digital purchase as well, which immediately tells you that they belong to the Hits lineup and you can find them out easily.

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PlayStation Hits U.S. Lineup

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The US lineup features games like Bloodborne, Battlefield 4, Doom, Driveclub, Infamous: Second Son, Killzone: Shadow Fall, The Last of Us Remastered, LittleBigPlanet 3, Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience, Project CARS, Ratchet & Clank, Street Fighter V, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami. Undoubtedly, the collection has gathered some fan-favorites as well as critically acclaimed picks for both hardcore gamers and casual players to keep them engaged.

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The lineup for UK and EU has all the titles mentioned above alongside other inclusions of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Batman: Arkham Knight, Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition, EA Sports UFC 2, Earth Defense 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Mortal Kombat X, Need for Speed, Need for Speed Rivals, Rayman Legends and Watch Dogs, except for Battlefield 4, Doom, Metal Gear Solid V and Yakuza Kiwami.

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PlayStation Hits PS4 Bundle for Europe

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Sony has taken this awe-inspiring initiative of dropping price rates of some of their best-selling games to celebrate five-year anniversary of PlayStation 4. Some of the PS4 exclusives also made it to the discount list for this occasion and it really tells how much they appreciate their fans. The publisher company is affirmative about adding more popular titles to the Hits line in future. For a selective few European markets, a 1 TB special edition PlayStation Hits PS4 bundle is coming with three above-mentioned PlayStation Hits titles.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

New Doom Movie in Development

Universal Pictures is working on a brand-new Doom movie adaptation and they already signed up actress/singer Nina Bergman for the project. The name needs no introduction at this point as if you do not know it as one of the best first-person shooter games that is ever made then you might know it as another disastrous video game movie from 2005 that starred WWE megastar Dwayne Johnson (Baywatch, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle) and Karl Urban (Dredd, Thor: Ragnarok).

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Universal Is Developing New Doom Movie

RELATED: Doom 2 May Be Announced at E3 2018

The story of Doom is about a marine, who goes by the name "Doomguy" or "Doomslayer" to gamers, who finds himself on Mars slaying hordes of demons pouring in through a gate to Hell. 2016 marks the release of fourth and latest installment of the series from id Software as a reboot and earned critical acclaim for its fast-paced combat system. The movie version however, dropped the idea of demons coming from Hell and showed scientists accidentally created monsters during experiment on Mars.

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Despite having a big-named Hollywood superstar like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, the movie failed badly because of a poorly written script that has all the cast members just wandering around the Mars facility for a huge chunk of its entirety while they look for those mutated creatures. All of these led the film to follow a disastrous box-office score and tons of negative reviews. Though there were rumors about Universal considering a reboot for Doom but no official statements were made.

After Nina Bergman recently Tweeted out about her involvement into the next “Doom” movie, it become sort of official. She didn't mention any other details of whoever is involved in cast alongside her except for her own involvement.



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When some fans expressed their concern about the script of new adaption, she assured that this time, they have a much better script. Although, Dwayne's involvement to 2005's Doom movie is always punned, he recently is breaking the "video game curse" with his recent Rampage, which is also an adaptation of a 1986 arcade game of the same name that is earning critical and commercial success these days. It even has a 50% score in review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, which is pretty high for the genre.

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Looks like video game movies are coming back to take their rightful place in Hollywood from this year. The Tomb Raider reboot movie starring actress Alicia Vikander is doing pretty good. A film on Ubisoft’s The Division featuring actor Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain has hired David Leitch (Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2) as director. We are hopeful that the new Doom movie will perform better and won't screw up if it takes inspiration from their 2016 game.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Dwayne Johnson Throws Shade at Doom Movie

When praising Rampage, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson throws shade at Doom movie and their Twitter respond back!

Hollywood superstar and former WWE megastar Dwayne Johnson (Baywatch, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle) is having quite a good time as his recent success at box-office with the release of sci-fi monster flick Rampage from Warner Bros. Pictures, which is based on a 1986 arcade game of the same name from developer Midway Games. The movie is solely based on an original story that only borrows the monstrous creatures and few other aspects from the game it is based on.

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Dwayne Johnson Throws Shade at Doom Movie

RELATED: Rampage is Highest-Rated Video Game Movie Ever

Though video game movie adaptations mostly end up being a huge commercial failure as well as a critical disaster beyond redemption, Rampage managed to change that by scoring 53% “Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes aside from a very steady opening weekend. The rating was set on a basis of 153 reviews on this review aggregation site following the day of its release. So, that means, the film is on a good standpoint in either way and that's actually new to this unique genre.

RELATED: Castlevania Breaks Rotten Tomatoes Record

Seeing his work finally breaking the longest running curse of video game movie being failures, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson joyfully posted a Tweet.




While he was being all thankful at Rampage’s recent success, he couldn't help but playfully point out that he also starred in 2005's sci-fi action horror movie adaptation of Doom and how it was a complete disaster all along. This is actually true that director Andrzej Bartkowiak’s Doom movie was so bad and very poorly-written that even the combined star-power of Johnson himself along with actor Karl Urban and Rosamund Pike couldn't save it from sky fall it experienced.

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However, Rock calling Doom a “stinker” didn't go well with whoever runs the official Twitter account for Doom who was not so pleased. They got back at Johnson by responding in a minimal but classy way by Tweeting out ‘Dwayne.’ Guess, the film being so bad was already quite painful for them and then he had to drag it back decade after once again was too much for them to bear. Doom is a popular first person shooter game of 1993 and is reworked for a quasi-reboot which came out in 2016 from id Software and Bethesda Softworks.