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Doom Eternal Channels the Sounds of The Ancient Gods Through Andrew Hulshult and David Levy

The second half of Doom Eternal’s The Ancient Gods DLC (downloadable content, or in this case, an expansion to the existing game) is descending upon…
Josh Chesler / March 17, 2021

Attack of the Murder Hornets: Discovery’s New Doc Showcases Real Life Horror Story

It's hard to overstate just how big the problem of the unexpected second villain of our global annus horribilis – the "murder hornet" – could…
Jolie Lash / March 4, 2021

Little Nightmares II Isn’t a Standard ‘Horror’ Game, Nor Does It Want to Be

It’s not easy to describe Little Nightmares and its sequel to someone who’s never played it before, but "Imagine if Tim Burton made a stealth-focused…
Josh Chesler / March 3, 2021

The Blurry World of Billie Eilish

Filmmaker R.J. Cutler – best known for his work on documentaries such as The War Room, The September Issue, and Belushi – recalls…
Mike Hilleary / February 25, 2021

The Extraordinary Harper Lee

When I was growing up, interesting young female protagonists were thin on the ground, especially ones who looked and thought and sounded like me. Enter…
Rhonda Shook / February 19, 2021

Elder Scrolls Online’s Comeback Story Continues With the Blackwood Chapter

When Elder Scrolls Online launched back in 2014, there were a lot of doubts about how the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) would survive…
Josh Chesler / February 17, 2021

Call of Duty: Black Ops and Mass Effect Composer Jack Wall Enjoys the Increased Competition of Today’s Gaming Industry

Jack Wall’s career as a video game composer is likely what most musicians dream of when they decide to get into the gaming industry.
Josh Chesler / February 10, 2021

Announcing Noise Pollution, a New Weekly Rock Show Coming to SPIN’s Untitled Twitch Stream

For those of you who follow us Twitch, you may have noticed that we've been a bit quiet in the recent weeks — and no, it wasn't…
Josh Chesler / February 4, 2021

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is Virtual Reality’s Premier Zombie-Killing Extravaganza

While virtual reality gaming may not be as prevalent as its flat-screen counterpart quite yet, titles like The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners prove why…
Josh Chesler / February 3, 2021

Believing Survivors 101

Hello and welcome! You may have noticed a number of assault survivors coming forward and making claims against their abusers. This short little guide will…
Liza Lentini / February 2, 2021

Hitman 3 Lets Players Murder, Assassinate, and Execute Their Way Around the World

The last handful of years has been the best time in history for Hitman fans, as the Danish developers at IO Interactive breathed new life…
Josh Chesler / January 28, 2021

SPIN’s Untitled Twitch Stream Kicks Off 2021 With Video Games and More

Seeing as next week will be that weird time when the holidays are over and everyone has to go back to work even if they…
Josh Chesler / January 1, 2021

Aspyr is the Video Game Publisher Bringing New Life to Your Favorite Old Star Wars Games

If you’re looking to replay some of your favorite old Star Wars video games on modern consoles, PCs, and even smartphones, you may want to…
Josh Chesler / December 22, 2020

Jeris Johnson, awfultune, and More Headline Two Holiday-Shortened Weeks of SPIN’s Untitled Twitch Stream

Normally, it's right about now when we'd tell you what to expect next week on SPIN’s Untitled Twitch Stream. But seeing as next Friday is Christmas…
Josh Chesler / December 18, 2020

Oscar-, Grammy- and Emmy-Winning Composer Michael Giacchino Returns to Medal of Honor Roots for Above and Beyond

Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond isn’t just another first-person shooter set in World War II. The latest title from Respawn Entertainment not only pushes…
Josh Chesler / December 15, 2020
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