PLAYlist: Songs of the Wasteland

PLAYlist: Songs of the Wasteland

// < !).push({}); // ]]> If it’s one thing I love as much as playing games, it’s listening to good music; it helps me cope with anxiety and stress, inspires me while I’m writing, motivates me while I’m exercising, or accompanies me while I’m cooking.… Read more...

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ShoddyCast releases The Storyteller: FALLOUT Season 4

ShoddyCast releases The Storyteller: FALLOUT Season 4

// < !).push({}); // ]]> For the Bethesda lore hounds like me out there (specifically when it comes to The Elder Scrolls and Fallout), you know that there can never be too much when it comes to learning about these vast, immersive worlds.… Read more...

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Idea Incubator: Why Not Make a Fallout RTS?

Idea Incubator: Why Not Make a Fallout RTS?

// < !).push({}); // ]]> “Idea Incubator” is our new column focused on game and mod design ideas.… Read more...

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Review: Fallout 4 (PC) – Part 2: A Wasteland Unfamiliar

Review: Fallout 4 (PC) – Part 2: A Wasteland Unfamiliar

// < !).push({}); // ]]> After all the blinding hype dust has settled and I’ve just finally managed to beat the game myself, I stand by my initial assessment that Fallout 4 is pretty dope.… Read more...

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Behold! Bethesda releases Fallout Anthology today

Bethesda dropped a bomb on its fans earlier this year with the announcement of both the long-awaited, the fabled, the needs-to-be-out-right-now Fallout 4 as well as the bundling of the previous Fallout games in a convenient collector’s package. Since it's not November, you guessed correctly that we're talking about the latter.

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Why I Love: ‘Fallout 3’ and the ‘Fallout’ Series

"War. War never changes." I've honestly thought about getting that tattooed somewhere on my body. Not because of how true that statement rings, but I feel I ought to pay some sort of homage to a video game series that has been one of my favorites for a decade and a half. Naturally, I'm referring to Fallout, a post-apocalyptic RPG that fleshes out the grim nightmares of the future once held by Americans in the 1940s, 50s, and early 60s. 

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