Doom Eternal’s reverence and reinvention of what came before it are its greatest accomplishments.
Although not a reissue of what I consider the superior version of Doom 3, this new release has the chance to introduce a whole new audience to one of the most atmospheric games of the last decade.
id Software and Avalanche Studios’ latest feels at odds with itself: it’s an excellent action game that loses a lot of its momentum thanks to the back and forth of its tedious open-world structure.
Rage was probably one of the most hyped games of 2011. Id Software built it up as the next great thing, and while it certainly looked incredible, it lacked in a lot of departments, most notably its sparse world, forgettable cast of characters, lackluster story and ridiculously disappointing ending segment. The Scorchers DLC somewhat remedies […]