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The Official Start of Mods for Fallout 4 Consoles Starts Today

Exciting news slipped out over the Memorial Day weekend, that today--May 31--was the official start of the console modding season for Fallout 4. Admittedly, it's kind of a shame we didn't get to enjoy these with the long holiday weekend--and...

A New Shooter From John Romero?

On the surface--especially for anyone who remembers the fiasco that was Daikatana--the idea of John Romero making a new first person shooter is somewhere between deeply saddening and oddly hilarious. New reports direct from Romero himself suggest that's the case,...

Recent Open Betas Prove Popular with Players

Those who tried out the Doom open beta over the weekend were likely not disappointed, but the good news is that, those who have been playing and enjoyed it can get one more day's worth of open beta access at...

The Doom Open Beta: What to Watch For

You've got to hand it to Bethesda; even when it's working with old ID Software properties, it's still getting the most out of them. Now, with the remake of Doom just a few weeks off, the game's open beta is...

The Division: Satisfying Yet Annoying

This was a piece I'd hoped to have written last week, but after some unexpected incidents, it wound up delayed to today. My first weekend with The Division went about as I'd expected it to, with some parts that were...

The Division Beta Packed in the Crowds

Exciting news came from Ubisoft recently about the beta session for The Division; while the game itself is about another two weeks off release, the beta was extremely well-traveled, and there's a very good chance that this will be a...

The Division Beta Gets Extension Thanks to Sheer Demand

Turns out that the beta for The Division was a popular affair. A really popular affair. So popular, in fact, that the closed beta has been extended until tomorrow to allow those who would have gotten in a chance so...

Ready for Ark: Survival Evolved on Xbox One?

Ever since I heard about this, and saw plenty of Let's Play footage and other such images show up online, I've had a clear hankering for Ark: Survival Evolved on Xbox One. It's no Fallout 4, but this interesting combination...

Good News for Star Wars: Battlefront Players

Sometimes good news for gamers can be in short supply. Some of the best news doesn't hit, delays show up, and sometimes there's nothing at all about your most anticipated titles for weeks, or even months. But sometimes the news...

Nintendo's Creator's Program: Tragedy or Disaster?

You know, there really are only so many times in life you actually get to watch a company shoot itself in the foot. The last one I remember, as far as games go, was back in 2013 where Microsoft slammed...

Can Valve's Steam Machines Roll Over The Living Room?

Today was the big day for the second of three announcements from Valve, and the news today was focused distinctly on hardware. From the SteamOS that would power such hardware to the hardware itself, Valve is really opening up some...

Connecting Games: Wave Of The Future?

Something has been catching my attention lately, and though the news itself may be a bit old, the dots are starting to connect, or at least look like they're connecting. And like Rorschach told Nite Owl II, if it looks...

The War Z Takes A Lot of New Ground In Under A Day

Some interesting news has emerged around The War Z, which we talked about here not too long ago. This interesting little slice of zombie apocalypse intermingled with MMO gameplay has brought some equally interesting statistics along with it. First is...
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