In late July, Bethesda announced the release of classic games Doom and Doom 2 on mobile, bringing the beloved nostalgic hits to ordinary phones and tablets. The launch, though exciting, was heavily criticized due to Bethesda’s frustrating login requirement — users were forced to sign into a account or else they wouldn’t be able to play. READ: Bethesda will … Continue reading (Date:08/18/2019 15:01) Read full article >>

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