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Wondering About Fallout 4's Story? Keep Wondering, Says Pete Hines

There has been plenty of speculation about "Fallout 4." Leaked video, a host of videos on various topics, the official E3 footage relentlessly picked apart and all manner of points discovered in the meantime. But what is the story? What's...

Catch the Leaked Fallout 4 Video Yet?

I think anyone who's been looking at the Fallout 4 situation figured it was only going to be a matter of time. The video being shown behind closed doors at Gamescom and, ostensibly, also at QuakeCon, has leaked, and is...

Fallout 4 Theories Confirmed: How You Survived the Vault

Fallout 4 has had plenty of news come out around it over the course of the last few weeks, and will likely have plenty more afoot before the game actually arrives in stores. One major point has been settled: just...

There's One Big Problem With the Fallout 4 Mod Tools...

...they don't technically exist yet. That's right; the mod tools for "Fallout 4" aren't actually around to do anything with.That's not exactly great news, especially for a game that's big selling point was its ability to be modified. But there's...

Five Nights At Freddy's Four Trailer Launches, Fanbase Freaks Out

Although the headline might sound like a slam on Five Nights at Freddy's--or FNAF, as it's commonly known--fans, I have to admit they've got good reason. The fourth installment of Five Nights at Freddy's, set to arrive this Halloween and...

QuakeCon 2015: Another Bad Bright Idea From Bethesda

I don't know what's going on out in the hallowed halls of Bethesda these days, but these guys keep putting out some really great ideas with absolutely catastrophic downsides to them. First it was offering a giveaway game that most...

My Time in Bethesda's Fallout Shelter

One of the biggest surprises of E3 2015 was Bethesda's revelation that it had made a completely different kind of Fallout game: Fallout Shelter. This resource management vault simulation was weak sauce compared to the grand buffet of graphic and...

The Fallout 4 Pre-Order Deal: A Brilliant Stupid Idea

I hate to say ill about any company willing to give away a free game in exchange for a pre-order, but there's one very serious problem with the Fallout 4 pre-order deal making the rounds on Xbox One. It's a...

Fallout 4: Are You Dreaming of Electric Sheep?

Today, I have a little something special for you, a bit of analysis on the recent Fallout 4 news and a potential bit of advance theory about the plotline. Normally, I like to take the news and run it through...

E3 2015: Fallout 4 Announcements Shock Crowd

And so, the day finally arrived. That big day in which Bethesda launched its first press conference at E3, which also happened to be the first press conference OF E3. But the big Bethesda show had plenty of excitement on...

Fallout 4 Trailer Hits, Floors Crowds

And so, the countdown is over, and a whole new countdown begins. The trailer for Fallout 4, leaked thanks to a timely LinkedIn post, has been released, and the new countdown to the Bethesda E3 event is already on in...

E3 2015: One Big Surprise at the Bethesda Show Leaks

The Bethesda press conference ahead of the full E3 event might well be what gamers are waiting for most, especially because it's expected to bring with it long-awaited mention of Fallout 4. But one point slipped out that will be...

New Jewelry Sparks Fallout 4 Speculation

I believe that, if I were pressed, I would have to declare the Bethesda Fallout / Elder Scrolls games to be my favorite games in existence. I love the broad adventure, the exciting storylines, the open-world nature, the sheer feeling...

Fallout 4 Fever Never Really Stopped

"Fallout 4". Just mentioning these words to a lot of gamers will make eyes flash with new life, and bring to mind a whole lot of exciting ideas. Some of us out there--and I count myself among them--have been awaiting...

That Was Quick: Paid Mods on Steam Now Dead

The idea of paid mods on Steam was one that left a lot of division in its wake. While most everyone liked the thought of modders being able to take some payment for their hard work, the scheme as envisioned...

A Revelation on Open World Gaming

So far, I've played four open world games on the Xbox One, and with the conclusion of the fourth, a point has been driven home with all the force of an axehead on a plate of Jell-o. That point in...

Tamriel Unlimited Coming Soon: What To Expect

I don't know about you, but I've got a goodish portion of June lined up for the upcoming launch of "Tamriel Unlimited." Formerly known as just "The Elder Scrolls Online," and formerly just limited to PC gaming--a field of gaming...

Bethesda Readies First Ever Press Conference for E3

If you're thinking about the upcoming Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) event, well, you're not alone by any stretch of the imagination. No, E3 is a little over four months out now, and that's not at all too early to wonder...

Is Fallout 4 The Next Half-Life 3?

Once again, Bethesda fans and Fallout buffs were skunked, as the Game Awards 2014 event came and went, leaving behind no mention of Fallout 4 or anything else from Bethesda. The recent appearance of the 2014 Bethesda Christmas Card also...

Chalk it up to yet another in the long, long, long string of Fallout 4 rumors that have come and gone over the years. Turns out that German trademark filing for “Shadow of Boston” you might have heard about was...

Fallout 4: Canny or Catastrophe?

Being as I write about video games fairly often—I like to describe myself as a professional geek because it sounds awesome and it's not too far off from the truth—I routinely come in contact with news about gaming platforms, gaming...

A Sad Last Look At 2013: The Lows Of The Year in Gaming

About this time of year, most folks involved in writing like to start looking back at the year that was, and start looking forward at the year that is yet to be. There's quite a bit to look back at,...

Fallout 4: Of Hoaxes and Good Marketing

So it goes, folks. Hoaxes. Hoaxes never change. Sometimes they get better, sometimes they get more elaborate. There was no denying that thesurvivor2299.com was easily one of the most elaborate hoaxes seen in recent memory, but still, the word about...

Why The Elder Scrolls Online May Mean Trouble For Sony

It's a strange thought, to consider that a game that so many are looking forward to may ultimately mean trouble, but in this case—as is so often the case—it's not necessarily the one point in isolation but rather the impact...

Asda and Bethesda May Make Two Much Trouble For Wii U

Sometimes, the strangest news comes from the confluence of two separate news items. That may be the case with a double shot of news about the Wii U, one slightly old, the other comparatively new, and both adding up to...
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