Tag Archives: FPS

DOOM Eternal Gameplay Video

So for those of you that weren’t aware Bethesda announced their sequel to the 2016 hit DOOM at E3 2018. Well a couple days ago they released a 20 minute gameplay video at QuakeCon for the new DOOM Eternal game, and it looks even more intense than any of other games that has come before it. Personally I am a huge fan of the DOOM franchise and really enjoyed the last one that came out. I played it a lot on PS4 and even streamed it quite a bit on our Nerdgasm Needs YouTube channel. The environments and level designs were great, the multiplayer was fun and fast paced, the customization for your multiplayer character was awesome, and judging by this latest video things are only gonna get better!

Real Life First Person Shooter Level 2 (Video)

So a few months back I posted about an awesome group of people that created an interactive first person shooter using real people. They utilized video chat services like Chatroulette, Skype, Omegle and others. If you haven’t checked out the first video then just click here to see what an awesome job they did the first time around. Well you can’t really consider a game to be good if it only has one level so the good folks at RealmPictures are back with level number two for our viewing pleasure.

Resident Evil First Person Shooter (Video)

I saw this a few weeks ago, but haven’t been able to post about it until now. If you didn’t already know, Capcom is coming out with a first person, PVP, shooter called Umbrella Corps. The game Umbrella Corps will be an online multiplayer shooter set in the world of Resident Evil. Of course this shooter will be gimmicky as all hell because it involves zombies, but I actually think the way Capcom is using them is honestly pretty interesting and could make for an intense game play experience.

Real Life First Person Shooter (Video)

It’s crazy how people come up with new and innovative ways to bond with other people through technology. Things like Chatroulette, Skype, and other video chat services let us connect with people in different parts of the world that other wise we would probably never meet. As cool as that is, someone found a way to take it to the next level (see what I did there) and used those services to create an interactive first person shooter that people from all over the world could play.