Doom has a weird history with comebacks, mostly due to one black sheep. I remember graduating high school and witnessing Doom 3 for the first time and hearing the collective groans of fans everywhere, from gaming magazines to my own friends and family.
CGMagazine is giving away the ultimate holiday gift package for gaming fans. What’s included in this Nintendo Switch-themed gift package?
It has been 20 years coming, but Doom has finally come back to Nintendo via the Nintendo Switch! Worth the wait? I’d say so, yes.
This week, Brendan, Quinn, Phil, and Lisa discuss the most influential shooters of all time. From game-changers like Wolfenstein and Doom, to Quake, GoldenEye 007, Half Life, Halo, and the dominating Call of Duty, the team walks through how these titles changed the face of the genre and videogames in general.
In games news, the gang takes a look at the new trailer for the highly anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2, and the battle-royale tension between Playerunknown’s Battleground and Fortnight. They discuss what the cross-play glitch in Fortnight means for the possibility of a cross-play feature between Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Phil is back with his take on Tom Cruse’s latest movie, American Made. He also gives the team a rundown of the surrealist feature, mother!.
Don’t forget to tune in every Friday the Pixels & Ink Podcast to hear the latest news, previews, and in-depth game discussions!
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Updates to Fire Emblem Warriors and Splatoon 2 are just some of the announcements that were released through today’s Nintendo Direct presentation.
Kirby: Battle Royale is a new 3D brawler that throws you and your friends into a variety of multiplayer modes. Expect this title to release on January 19 on the Nintendo 3DS.
Nintendo is rounding up the top minigames from the main Mario Party series and throwing them into Mario Party: The Top 100. The update’s assortment of minigames is set to release on November 10 for the 3DS.
Minecraft is headed to the 3DS! The portable version will come with both the Survival and Creative modes, along with five skin packs and two texture packs. The game is currently available on the eShop and is exclusive to New Nintendo 3DS systems.
Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is still set for its November 3 release, but we did get some new updates. The story will primarily feature Necrozma as it takes over Solgaleo and Lunala, the legendaries of the Generation 7. Pre-ordering will get you a Rockruff that can evolve into the new Dusk Form Lycanroc. New clothing and style options were also shown off.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is still set for its December 1 release on the Nintendo Switch. A new Pro Controller themed after the title was announced, along with a special edition that includes a soundtrack CD, a metal case, and an art book.
Fire Emblem Warriors is getting a new playable character in the form of the classic hero Lyn.
Kirby Star Allies is the name of the new Kirby title announced at E3 2017. The Switch title will allow characters to recruit enemies while playing cooperatively with up to three friends. Kirby is set to release next spring.
Splatoon 2 and ARMS are both getting free content updates. Splatoon 2 will get two new stages while ARMS will get the new playable fighter, Lola Pop.
The new Champions amiibo figures based on the characters from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are set to release on November 10.
Super Mario Odyssey got a ton of new announcements, all of which you can read here.
We’re back! After a crazy week of cons, your favourite team of podcasters are here with stories galore! Quinn regales us with stories from QuakeCon, including some first impressions of Doom VR, Wolfenstein 2: New Colossus, and The Evil Within 2.
If you ever wanted to know who is behind the helmet of the Doomguy, John Romero has got you covered.
Bethesda is known for making some big announcements at E3, and for the third year in a row, they are running their own press conference.
STRAFE is billed as a ‘first-person shooter from 1996’ and has been universally praised in previews.
As the game industry continues to grow it seems more and more AAA game publishers are scooping up new and budding talent. This was seen in a recent move by ZeniMax Media (the parent company of Bethesda) who acquired Escalation Studios.
With 2016 coming to a close, the team at CGMagazine join together to sort out their game of the year. Looking at the top games this year, the group including, Cody Orme, Elias Blondeau, Lisa Mior, Lane Martin, and Brendan Frye, argue their case as to what they think should be the game of the year.