I'm Alice0 and I'm here to say, some great Bethesda games are out in a DRM-free way. GOG this week added the Dishonored games and two of the new Wolfensteins. That's some lovely gaming right there, so I'm just briefly highlighting it for people who prefer their games without DRM. They've got hefty discounts for one week to celebrate the launches too.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood
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Bethesda's E3 2016 showcase brought with it news of Quake Champions, new Prey, Dishonored 2 and a few other things. What wasn't there was any word on what Wolfenstein developers Machine Games were doing - or at least, no explicit news. There was one hint at what might be next for BJ Blazkowicz: "The New Colossus."
5 years ago
The horror of the Nazis is that they didn't have cyberodogs or moonbases or power armour: everything they did was regular people, plain and simple and awful. Back in the zany comedy world of video game Nazis, though, you can now go on another merry adventure into Naziland with all sorts of new (or old, really) kooky mechaNazis.Wolfenstein: The Old Blood [official site], a standalone…
6 years ago
Wolfenstein [official site] ranks as one of the best and biggest surprises of last year, stretching beyond its source material to offer a romp through wonderfully designed levels, non-linear stealth, and even a plot that strayed into unfamiliar territory like "heart-warming" and "actually funny." More, then, is what we wanted and what Bethesda intend to supply with The Old Blood, a smaller standalone prequel coming…
Bethesda have just announced a Wolfenstein: The New Order stand-alone prequel, which is wonderful news. Going by the subtitle The Old Blood, it's set in 1946 as the Nazis are on the brink of winning World War II. Good ol' Blazkowicz sets out on a tw-part mission, first of all breaking into the titular castle and then heading to Wulfburg to prevent the exhumation of…