Author: Mike Alexander

Mike has been playing video games since he was able to hold a controller, having been fascinated by Sonic 2 on his mom’s Sega Genesis. Like many, his first FPS experience was GoldenEye on the N64, and since then his love of first-person shooters and video games in general has grown exponentially.

Doom Eternal exploded onto the scene in March of 2020, at the very beginning of what would be a turning point in human history. While many were afraid to leave their house, several hundred thousand others were perfectly happy to be glued to their monitors judging by the game’s first-week Steam sales of over 700,000 copies. Doom Eternal’s epic single-player campaign continues the story that started with the id Software LLC Doom reboot from 2016 while upgrading everything from the game mechanics to traversal and graphics. But, perhaps the biggest addition to the package is Doom Eternal’s Battlemode. This new…

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Since its release way back in 2019, Beat Saber has been the gold standard when it comes to VR experiences. The Czech game development studio responsible for the title, Beat Games, has done a great job of building a game that is both fun to play, and also great for exercise. When it comes to VR exercise, Beat Saber has options that run the gamut from easy all the way up to nearly impossible. Many of the included and extra songs fall into the former category, but several songs in Beat Saber are extremely difficult. Join us as we go…

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Before we dig into our review of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, it’s important to remember where we got this game and the not-so-humble beginnings that it came from. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Got Its Start from Borderlands In 2009, Gearbox Software and 2K Games unleashed Borderlands onto the gaming populace. This game was a first-of-its-kind, first-person looter shooter and action RPG all-in-one. It leveraged a procedurally generated equipment system to create 17 million different combinations of equipment and stats/buffs. I remember downloading the initial reveal trailer to my PlayStation 3 and gawking at the brief intro to the world of Pandora. A…

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Doom Eternal continues the Doom tradition of having great demons and other enemies for you to battle! From Revenants to Mancubi, Imps to Hell Knights, we’re going to be outlining all of the Doom Eternal enemies, covering their appearance, lore, and some tactics for fighting them. There are a ton of demons to cover, so let’s get started! Arachnotron This spider-like menace makes its grand debut in glorious HD in Doom Eternal. This specific enemy type hasn’t been seen since Doom 64, its second appearance since its introduction in Doom II. Appearance The Arachnotron is a giant brain that sits…

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Since id Software released Doom Eternal, players have been enjoying the game’s violent, chaotic brand of combat. Ripping and tearing through hordes of demons has never looked or felt as good as it does in Doom Eternal. Besides the Doom Eternal campaign, the game also includes a Battlemode multiplayer portion. For friends looking to play together, you may be wondering, “Does Doom Eternal have split screen?”, or, “Does Doom Eternal have local co-op?”. I’m going to answer that question today, let’s get started. Campaign The Doom Eternal campaign consists of 13 levels, which can take roughly 14 hours to complete.…

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Rockstar Games re-introduced the world to the Red Dead Revolver universe with the game Red Dead Redemption, which was released in May of 2010. That game, like just about anything released by Rockstar Games, would revolutionize graphics and the third-person open-world genre. It brought a vast, Western-themed sandbox to play in as well as a powerful and engaging story. Players would spend years traversing this huge open world, exploring and uncovering its many secrets. A horror-tinged expansion, Undead Nightmare, expanded on the Red Dead Redemption gameplay. To many fans’ delight, it included zombies and various other creatures of the night.…

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Upon its release in 2018, gamers all over the world spent tons of hours enjoying the massive world of Red Dead Redemption 2. Initially, the console version of the game was only available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Releases to next-gen consoles also have occurred. Many wondered if they’d see a Red Dead Redemption 2 Switch release. The experience on the base consoles was good. Yet, the best way to play Red Dead Redemption 2, without a doubt, was on the PlayStation 4 Pro and the Xbox One X. The game was also released a year later on PC.…

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Halo Infinite’s online multiplayer launched on November 15th, 2021. Since then, Halo fans all over the world have been sharpening their skills, and battling to be the top of the leaderboards. For new players or people who need a leg up to stay competitive, we have prepared this handy list of some of the best weapons in Halo Infinite multiplayer, and where you can find each weapon spawn. M41 SPNKr This classic double rocket launcher will be instantly recognizable to anyone who has been following Halo since the beginning. The M41 SPNKr is useful in just about every situation in…

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Since the very beginning, the Halo series of games have prided themselves on their multiplayer game modes. With each release, the series has solidly laid claim to the multiplayer sci-fi shooter crown. This domination is only aided by the inclusion of player made game modes, with their own rule sets and goals. I will be covering one of the most famous player-made multiplayer modes in this article: Infection in Halo Infinite. Origins November 9th, 2004, the launch of Halo 2. This marked the return of Master Chief after a three year gap following the first game, Halo: Combat Evolved. Its…

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Introduction As with most First Person Shooters, Halo Infinite has an incredible armory full of weapons new and old. These guns run the gamut from small arms like pistols, all the way up to tank demolishing rocket launchers and high-velocity projectile weapons. For most engagements though, you’ll probably gravitate towards some kind of rifle. Halo Infinite has several to choose from, from the old-faithful Assault Rifle , to the brand new Halo Infinite Stalker Rifle. The style of rifle you use will depend on your personal play style. But generally, you’ll want an automatic rifle for close-range fights, and sniper…

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