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Fallout 4: snapshots from the wasteland 3

  While reviewing Fallout 4, I quite enjoyed it by the way, I took a fair few screenshots to use in the piece. I only used a few of them in the final piece but I had so many others that I felt the need to share them. You’ll notice I seem to favour a particular gun, that’s because she’s amazing and has gotten me out of many sticky situations. Her name is “Boom StickR...[Read More]

Fallout 4 review: say goodbye to life for a while

Reviewed on: PC Fallout 4 is a beast of a game. I have spent a better part of the past eight days wandering the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Boston and have barely scratched the surface of everything this game has to offer. As many have come to expect from a Bethesda Game Studios title, Fallout 4 features not only an open world story-based game, but one littered with over arching side stories, ra...[Read More]

Bethesda’s Fallout tactics

– Nicholas Payne In less than three days we’ll find out whether casual gamers have succeeded in killing the traditional RPG. The Fallout series has gotten to the point where compromises have to be made, similar to the transition of The Elder Scrolls series from the demanding formula of Morrowind and Oblivion to 2011’s user-friendly Skyrim. It’s a fact of the industry that when a series reach...[Read More]

The Fallout 4 launch trailer is here

  After what feels like an eternity of anticipation, Fallout 4 is nearly here. Next week you’ll be able to traverse the wastelands of Boston and presumably fire a fat boy at everything you see if the latest trailer is anything to go by. We won’t go on too long because we know the real reason you’re here is to see the trailer, so have at it: The trailer looks interesting, may...[Read More]

Fallout Anthology announced for PC, comes in miniature nuke

– Tom Heath QuakeCon 2015 has just begun, and to kick off the weekend Bethesda Softworks vice president Pete Hines announced a new collection of the Fallout series coming to PC this year. Dubbed the Fallout Anthology, the collection includes Fallout 1, 2, 3 Game of the Year, New Vegas Ultimate and Fallout Tactics and is contained within a miniature nuclear warhead package. And for those of y...[Read More]

Fallout 4 successfully bought with bottle caps

– Tom Heath Last week, an Imgur gallery was posted on Reddit of user GatorMacheteJr saying he had just shipped their “life savings” of bottle caps to Bethesda Softworks in an attempt to purchase Fallout 4. Bottle caps are the currency in the Fallout series, and GatorMacheteJr had spent seven years amassing the 2,240 caps he shipped. He also included a witty note referring to preo...[Read More]

Check out this insane Dishonored montage

– Charlie Braithwaite Sometimes people play games until they reach a godlike level of expertise, this is one of those time. Be warned, only watch this if you are comfortable feeling very inadequate about yourself. This video came from YouTuber StealthGamerBR, who clearly doesn’t give a fuck about the amount of rats he attracts to Dunwall. Dishonored was released in 2012 by Bethesda, a ...[Read More]

DOOM gameplay reveal, E3 2015

– Tom Heath DOOM (previously referred to as DOOM 4) was finally revealed to the rest of the world during Bethesda Softworks’ first ever E3 conference on Monday. Previously showcased to the few attendees of QuakeCon last year, id Software showed nearly 20 minutes of demon shooting action to those of us who weren’t invited last time (skip to 2:22 for the actual action to start): In...[Read More]

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