As rumors surrounding Fallout 76 heat up, we take a look back at highlights from previous Fallout games.
Killer robots, zombie clowns, and what appears to be a yeti lookin’ thing…oh my! Russian developers, Mundfish, are in the process of creating what looks like absolute mayhem.
Make sure you’ve had your afternoon tea before sitting down to enjoy the comically hilarious adventures of Sir Albert Wickes and Clarence Baxter in 39 Days to Mars.
My fondest memories as a child were playing Nintendo 64 ,PlayStation 2, and GameCube. That experience of getting a new game for Christmas knowing that it was just for me is unforgettable. Growing up with mainly single player games is the reason I love gaming so much. Sadly, in the last couple of years, developers are slowly moving away from those types of experiences.
As if Netflix wasn’t already turning my life into one of solitude with so many shows to watch and so little time, Microsoft decides to launch its subscription service, game pass. It’s been almost a year since they released it and so far, I’ve only gotten through about a quarter of the games.
If you’re as much a fan of first person adventure games as I am, then you were probably really excited when Firewatch first came out. The developers over at Campo Santo really know how to immerse the player in a richly told story with intriguing voice acting. Last year, they announced their second game, In the Valley of Gods.
Save the Light comes down to heart. As corny as it sounds, the game was created with the heart of the show in mind without feeling like a cash grab.
For all its faults (and boy will we get to those in a minute) Sea of Thieves has been the most memorable game of 2018 for me so far.
From the brilliant mind of Thomas Brush comes another charming playable art exhibition, Once Upon a Coma.
Far Cry 5 releases to overwhelmingly positive reviews.
In retrospect, we were destined to end up here.
Ubisoft will drop The Curse of The Pharaohs for AC Origins on March 13, adding to an already expansive game.