Tag: Doom

David L. Craddock

Interview extra: David L. Craddock

In this interview extra, Leon Cox (@ratsoalbion) talks to the gaming historian David L. Craddock (@davidlcraddock), author of the popular online book Rocket Jump: Quake and the Golden Age of First-Person Shooters. About David L. […]


Spencer’s games of 2016

It’s Cane and Rinse contributor Spencer Saunders’ turn to look back at the videogames of 2016 upon which he wishes to bestow awards We’ve reached that wonderful time of the year where the lists and […]


*Right Stick* to interact

Control schemes are crafted across different games, across multiple generations to form part of the lexicon of gaming. First person shooter? It’ll play like Call of Duty, or maybe Halo. Third person shooter? Gears of […]


Wolfenstein: The New Order

MachineGames has turned the prototypical first-person shooter into a stealth-action-adventure game – with surprising results. I would have loved to have been in the room when MachineGames, the developer of Wolfenstein: The New Order, pitched […]