Todd dives back into the wasteland this week to tackle Fallout 4’s Automatron DLC. He runs into a fun but quirky robot companion named Ada, and wacky relationship trouble ensues. Can a man and a crazy killing robot find happiness in a post-apocalyptic world?
Achieving nearly impossible perfect scores with three different reviewers on three different platforms is setting up Fallout 4 for a serious Game of the Year run. As the final GiN Lounge podcast of the year, we jump in and talk about all the great Fallout goodness.
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Having looked at Fallout 4 on the Xbox One and the PC, we round out our coverage with our review of how Fallout 4 does on the PlayStation 4. Will it earn a clean sweep on all platforms? Hint: probably.
Bethesda Softworks, a ZeniMax Media company, today announced that its award-winning game, Fallout 4, is generating record sales at retail outlets and via digital download for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and PC. Bethesda launched with approximately 12 million units worldwide to meet day one demand, representing sales in excess of $750 million. The collector’s edition, the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition, sold out within hours of its announced availability. Major retailers have informed Bethesda of the tremendous consumer interest in Fallout 4, with some noting it was the most pre-ordered game this year. In addition, the Fallout 4 … Continue reading Fallout 4 Breaks Videogame Sales Records
Todd finishes the main story of Fallout 4 in 53 hours of play. Not exactly a speed run, and he figures he still has 200 or more hours to invest in the game. Taking a quick pause for air, he reviews some of the interesting points as well as a few annoying quirks that the powerhouse title offered.
Our second of three reviews of the amazing Fallout 4, this one centers on the PC version, and a reviewer who was more interested in rebuilding the wasteland and helping it’s people than gunning them down. Come see how hot the fallout is for PC gamers.
Fallout 4 has finally exploded onto the scene. Having been granted early access, our reviewers are set with reports from the wasteland on the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4. Up first, our review of Fallout 4 on the Xbox One. Are you ready to brave the wasteland one more time?
Fallout 4 is almost ready to make it to the hands of players, but will the game really be “finished” upon release?
The release date of Fallout 4 was announced at Bethesda’s E3 2015 press conference, alongside news of Dishonored 2 and DOOM 4. The game has been in development for four years and begins in the pre-bomb world. Players then wake up 200 years later and emerge as the sole survivor of vault 111.