DOOM Kill Montage

We’ve put together our best kills on 2016’s DOOM game so far, and some are pretty gnarly.  Viewer discretion is advised!


Doom 4 Could Be a Day One Purchase



For anyone over a certain age Doom is almost certainly a franchise most gamers have played at some point during their childhood – despite having a well earned 18/R rating for being some of the most violent games of their generation.  I played the SNES port of the original Doom in the mid 90s and despite never growing fond of the first person shooter genre that game is still one of my favourites of all time.

Doom 2 was more of the same, but a drop in quality followed with the third game and very little has been said about the franchise since.  Thankfully after years of development Doom 4, or just Doom as it’s now known is set for a release in May and the new campaign trailer looks incredible.  A word of warning though, it is ridiculously violent.

Developers Bethesda have said that the campaign takes about 13 hours to complete factoring in difficulty, which is longer than average when compared to other games in the genre.  It’ll also come with multiplayer which will no doubt be where the meat of the game will be, but we don’t have too long to wait and find out.  Doom is released on May 13th.


A battle cry uttered by Alan more than once, in our third Rainbow Six Siege video we once again attempt to finally finish one of the levels – and this time we have a hostage in tow.

After Pete goes down early Alan is left to fight for himself, all while having absolutely no idea what he’s doing or as (he so eloquently put it) where the f**k the extraction point is.

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbox Six Siege – Terrorist Hunt


It’s a new year and we have a new game to play, this time Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege gets the Alan & Pete Play treatment.  What this means is we get blinded by flash grenades, blown up by bombs and shot in the face multiple times as we attempt to clear just one of the levels alongside our mic-shy friend Rob trying to clear out terrorists in the games’ co-op vs CPU mode.

So basically if you’re looking for a guide on how to play the game this definitely isn’t it, but if you’re trying to feel better about yourself for being crap at FPS’s you’ve come to the right place.  We personally guarantee you cannot get much worse than this.  Enjoy.

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Blackwake Is Looking Hilariously Brilliant


PeteWe love pirate themed games.  I’ve put a lot of time into Sid Meier’s Pirates, and Alan and I between us have put nearly 100 hours into Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag.  Hell, I shamefully played Puzzle Pirates for more hours than I’d ever admit.  Blackwake is a new multiplayer FPS game based around controlling every aspect of a pirate ship from captain to gunners, so teamwork is essential.  It’s currently on Kickstarter where it has comfortably made its target total for a release on PC and Mac, so hopefully the fact that there’s a lot of interest in this game will mean it sails through the Kickstarter phase along its way to a full release.  Get it? Sails? I’m wasted here.

What makes this game appealing to me is how hilarious it looks.  If you’ve ever seen an Alan & Pete Play video you’ll know we like to laugh a lot, and this game looks like it’ll make us do exactly that.  Take a look at the following trailer:

This is exactly the sort of game we thrive on playing, hence why most of our videos consist mainly of chaos, no idea what we’re doing and generally getting everything wrong – exactly what this game promotes itself as.  Here are some of the features you can expect when the game is out of pre-alpha, according to Kotaku:

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