Whether we were saving the Capital Wasteland or damning it, Fallout 3 was a journey retreading countless times and that’s what made Bethesda’s gambit a truly iconic title.
Whether brutal, endless or just plain scary, these armies are more than a cut above your regular minion hordes. These are the 10 Best Armies of Monsters in Video Games.
It was on this day in 2010 that Obsidian released Fallout: New Vegas, taking what Fallout 3 had established, and making it into one of the best action-RPG systems out there.
These glitches are the tip-top of the topsy turvy technical flaws in Fallout 4. You may have seen them or you may have been lucky (or unlucky depending on how you look at it) enough to slip through the game without ever laying your eyes on these magnificent spectacles. These are the 10 Funniest Fallout 4 Glitches.
Morality is a gray matter, a deep entity, and a thing that doesn't stop at the surface. It's also a subject that video games have played with constantly. Whether it was the evil Dragonlord presenting the hero with a choice to join his side at the end of Dragon Warrior in 1986 or Geralt choosing to sacrifice or save a dear friend in the more recent Witcher 3, video games have been attempting to capture the complexity of moral dilemma as a flexible mechanic for decades. The degree to which a game will go to accomplish that widely varies, but even the highest caliber releases supposedly punctuated by a choice-driven environment face a problem. Have games made choices truly matter? Can games capture the full effect of emotional baggage without sacrificing what makes a game fun? I’m not so sure they have yet.
Say hello to River, who will be starring in Fallout 4 as your trusty, canine companion, Dogmeat. Now, shake hands, roll over, and fetch that Nuka Cola.
Bethesda's free-to-play vault manager for smartphones has finally launched on the Android format. Also, its iOS version has had a significant update.
War never changes, but luckily video game anthologies keep getting better and better, so grab a Nuka Cola and check out Bethesda's awesome Fallout Anthology.
The Washington-based toy masters at Funko have announced a new line of Fallout-themed Mystery Mini figures, which should be launching this fall.
The wasteland is calling and we're answering the call. Avoid the radscorpions and check out this Fallout fan art gallery in the Greatest Game Art Ever.