A few hours late to the party, let's take a look at what Bethesda bought to the table on their first E3 outing.
Microsoft were first up of the big three, as they always are, at this years E3. But did their presentation knock it out of the park or lave us wanting more?
It's the week where gamers go wild: The week of E3. And this years conferences could go either way. Will we be amazed or enraged? Let's find out together!
For folks in the UK who can't watch the E3 conferences, starting with Microsoft tonight at 5:30pm, you're in luck. Foul Ent has decided to live tweet and blog the best and worst from all of the conferences (Minus Bethesda, of which we're getting out Best and Worst of ready right now)
Join Death of Video Games author Mike Owen, as he takes over the Foul ENT twitter and the site frontpage today to bring you all the best news and comment from this years expo.
With E3 just around the corner, Mike and Darren run down the list of expected and wished for titles that may appear at E3 2015!
Social Media: love it or hate it, it is a fully ingrained part of function society today. Facebook had it’s own Oscar nominated movie (As well as one about one of Joe’s favourite pastimes), Twitter hashtags couple with every TV show currently in syndication and Reddit is bringing fandom and industry figureheads into discussion and debate. It’s a weird, wonderful, connected world we live in. What a time to be alive. Or so you’d think, right?
As my crazy dead uncle always used to say, ‘For every nice German you meet, one of them could probably be the next Hitler’. Apologies to the Germans and poor analogy aside, there’s a certain black sheep amongst the social media crowd. One that, in this humble writers opinion, not only poisons everything it touches, but also shows how fucking stupid we all still are in this supposed enlightened age. That beast’s name is Tumblr. I hate it and you should too.
Oh, what a podcast! What a lovely podcast! Mike and Darren are back to review Mad Max: Fury Road for the latest episode of PopScorn!
When I first discovered the internet 15 years ago, it was like walking into a whore house on Christmas Eve. Everywhere I looked there were spoils to be enjoyed, and the price of getting yourself off was equivalent to both a short phone call and your dignity. Now, the internet has been diluted down with people repeatedly sharing the same old misinformed bullshit statistics, quotes, facts and close-up photos of fat people.
However I recently noticed some things on Facebook that made me so mad, I kicked down my neighbour’s fence.
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