Tagged: Bethesda Game Studios

Industry insider Shinobi602 recently talked about a variety of Bethesda’s E3 2016 secrets on a podcast with MrMattyPlays. Details are (obviously) scarce, but Shinobi602 revealed that Bethesda will be announcing a remaster, and there is a big possibility that it will be a remaster of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim! Thank Talos! This Dragonborn is slightly hyperventilating. I hear the theme song in my head as I write this. I secretly hope that the remastered edition would have an added option for a friend to join in, but I will still be more than ecstatic if it was the same as … Read More »

It’s all go in the wastelands of Fallout 4 at the moment. Earlier in the week we told you that mods were on their way. Now we have some more news for you. An all new difficulty level is about to be introduced in the form of a survival mode. There are several ways that survival mode will change the game and the way that you have to play it. For a start you can only save when you sleep so you’ll need to make sure you get enough shut eye. You also won’t be able to fast travel so … Read More »

Fallout 4 was all about building things. Well, not all, but whilst the rest of your adventures in the Commonwealth felt remarkably similar to those encountered in the post apocalyptic wasteland of Fallout 3’s Washington DC, base building was a completely new experience. Automatron takes that level of customisation and creativity and applies it to the  coolest thing on the planet: Robots. This is the first of three DLC packages planned for Fallout 4 – and given that its predecessor’s DLC was unmatched in its day, we were keen to see what Automatron would offer. Although not a big addition, there is enough meat … Read More »

DOOM’s multiplayer trailer has just been released, and it looks just as amazing as I had hoped!! Not only will you be playing as a marine, but grab a power up and the whole game changes. Be ready for when that ‘Demon Room’ unlocks!! As you will need to dash over to it before the enemy has a chance to react. Once inside grab the power up and be transformed!. Allowing you to play as one of the numerous demons from the single player campaign. DOOM’s multiplayer is not for the faint of heart. It’s bloody. It’s brutal. And it’s VERY FAST. Prepare yourself. Stated on … Read More »

According to Bethesda. “It will” DOOM originally came out way back in 1993. At the time or release it was a ground-breaking game for numerous reason, but mainly due to how it looked. It was one of only a handful of games that utilised ‘all’ of its massive 16 bit processing power. Move on 23 years and DOOM is still up to its old tricks! According to Bethesda, in a 3 part article titled “22 reasons to love DOOM” Lead Project Programmer Billy Khan has stated: “We want players to wonder how DOOM and idTech 6 games can be so visually stunning at 60 frames-per-second … Read More »

Fallout is a no holds barred adventure wasteland that holds no prisoners, you are confronted by mystery and intrigue as you travel across this barren country, trying to complete missions and defeat enemies that will not think twice about destroying you in a second. Your favourite post apocalyptic nightmare is back and my my my its looking hotter than it ever before. You start your adventure at your 195os-esque home in Boston, it’s a peaceful morning and all seems well. You get the sense of what life would be like in the 50s with the added addition of a robot … Read More »

  It turns out all the anticipation for Fallout 4 wasn’t pretend jumping on the bandwagon: it was real jumping on the bandwagon. 12 million copies of the post-apocalyptic RPG were sold on launch day, which – in monetary terms – makes for approximately $750 million. Some retailers have commented that the standard edition of Fallout 4 and the collector’s Pip-Boy Edition have broken most pre-order records standard and collector’s editions, though actual figures were not given. Steam saw over 470,000 users playing the game at the same time, breaking yet another record; Fallout Pip-Boy became the number one game on the iTunes app store; and Twitch reports that Fallout 4 … Read More »

When you first look at the Fallout 4 perk chart, it can feel overwhelming. Where should you start when building a character? To help new players get the most of out of their level progression, we have a list of perk recommendations for several common play styles. The primary skill allocation breakdown suggests where you should place the majority of your points when creating your character. Once you have that settled, follow the perks recommendations. We’ve listed the amount of stars you must have for each of the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. columns to unlock each perk in parentheses so you know when … Read More »

There has been an alarming number of reports that retailer Game UK has been cancelling pre-orders for the Pip Boy version of Fallout 4, which is due out only a few days away. At this stage it looks to be both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the special edition that includes the much sort after Pip Boy replica, Emails have been circulating from Game claiming problems with payment methods that is holding up the pre-order process. It seems to not just be one particular method of payment either, PayPal, credit and debit cards included. Gamers are hitting … Read More »

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