Popularized by Doom in 1993 and still making video game haters gnash their teeth today, first-person shooter games are the best thing to happen to gamers since pizza rolls. So here are 15 underrated first-person shooter games you may have missed.
This week Chase(@CrucialChase) and Scar(@Scarfinger) from Scarcasm Live(@GeeksGoneRaw) joins Mike (@AssaultSuit), Tiny (@Tiny415) and Aaron (@Ind1fference) to talk about: Scarcasm Live, Chrome, The Crow, The Room, Blade Runner, Altered Carbon, Rollerball, The Boondock Saints, The Big Lebowski, Door Dash, Monster Mania, Kane Hodder, Friday the 13th the Game, Robert Patrick, The X-files, Dicknado, Sharknado, The First, Sean Penn, Black Mirror, West Side Story, Tales from the Hood 2, The Good Place, The Dragon Prince, Shaq-Fu, Vall Halla, Persona 4, Borderlands, OverWatch, Tales of Berseria, Killing Floor 2, Rimworld, Prison Architect, Rock Band 4, Two Point Hospital, Saints Row, Crackdown, Timeshift, Metroid Samus Returns, House Party 2, Life is Strange 2, Valkyria Chronicles 4, The Outfit, Brute Force, Red Dead Redemption 2, Marvel's Spider-man, Grand Theft Auto V, Perfect Dark Zero audiobook, Marble It Up!, Pig Eat Ball, Log Jammers, The Garden Between, Creed, Racket Fury Table Tennis VR, SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption, SoulBlight, Electronauts, Dimension Drifter, Fortnite, Beat Saber, Astro Bots, The Talisman Principal, Fiery Snickers, Pepsi Jazz, Sprite Remix, Randy Pitchford, Project Stream and more.
Carlos writes "It’s been a great month so far for the backwards compatibility scheme on Xbox One, but this week may just be the busiest week of all since its introduction. 10 more Xbox 360 titles have made the generational jump and are now playable on Xbox One, so let’s take a look and see if they are worth returning to once more."