Todd’s friend and Xbox personality Ashleigh Ryan, also known as Venus Envy, was recently stripped of the gamertag she has used for over a decade. Microsoft calls it offensive. Todd calls it bone-headed censorship.
October means crisp Fall air, colorful leaves and even Halloween. But it also means a slew of new games being released, leading many gamers to dub it “Broketober.” What’s the best way to spend your game money?
Todd continues his adventures inside Fallout 4’s Nuka World DLC with a grand tour of the brewery. He would probably enjoy the World of Refreshment a whole lot better if the place wasn’t so lousy with deadly Nuka Lurks hopped up on Nuka Cola!
Sony is in the lead of the current generation of console sales, but a series of bad decisions like not allowing mods for Bethesda games, and weird ones like no 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player on the PlayStation 4 Pro, has got Todd wondering if the console giant is sabotaging its own success.
With the release of the Nuka World DLC, the Fallout 4 era comes to an end. Todd takes a moment to go back over some of the highlights of this epic series, and compares it to previous entries like New Vegas and Fallout 3. How does our beloved Fallout 4 stack up?
Todd continues his video adventures inside Fallout 4’s Nuka World amusement park, the final DLC for that epic game. He starts to take his place as the over-boss, but tensions among the various gangs is running high. And remember, in Nuka World, you are only the boss for life.
The final DLC for the epic Fallout 4 has finally been released. Welcome to the fabled Nuka World amusement park, which is a lot more deadly today than it was before we got frozen. Todd shows new players how to find the new content and how to run (and how NOT to run) the dreaded gauntlet in a series of day one videos.
After quite a few missteps, Todd was finally able to blast off with No Man’s Sky this week using his PC. His adventure so far has been funny, frustrating and also fulfilling, just not so much in that order.
There has been a big rise of what is called e-sports, competitive gaming events that showcase the best of what the game industry has to offer. But only recently have a lot of people gotten really interested in it, and it has a lot to do with the coverage ESPN provided for EVO 2016.
Todd is binging out, playing lots of great games this summer after acquiring many of them in the ongoing Steam Summer Sale. Todd bought 11 games for $70, which would have normally cost about $280. The Steam Sale is mostly great, but it’s easy to get a bit carried away.