Fallout 4 may not be out yet, but Aster iss till having trouble pulling Jordan away from his computer as he waits for its release.
It’s not very often that we get to trumpet the quality and fun of a completely free title, but Fallout Shelter fits the bill. Available now for both the iOS and Android platforms, it’s one cool little game that everyone should be downloading.
Neal gives us his yearly take on the state of horror gaming, with titles like Evil Within setting the benchmark that others, even the top dogs like Resident Evil, will need to follow.
Bethesda Softworks and id Software released a teaser trailer for DOOM this week in conjunction with the E3 Expo Trade show in Los Angeles. Full details about the upcoming game will be revealed at QuakeCon 2014. For more information on QuakeCon and on how to attend, please visit www.quakecon.org. Developers: Bethesda Softworks Events: E3 Expo 2014
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The Dragonborn DLC expansion for Skyrim adds quite a bit of content to the amazing core game, including the continent of Solstheim and the ability to ride dragons.
The Dawnguard DLC for Skyrim adds a bunch of great things, like new perk trees for vampires and werewolves, mounted combat, crossbows and of course, a new adventure.
The Mothership Zeta DLC for Fallout 3 takes the series in a new direction, and is more than worth the price of admission. For something completely different, try heading out into space.
Fallout 3 meets Deliverance with the arrival of the Point Lookout DLC. Completely changing the flavor of the DC wasteland, Point Lookout offers open-ended redneck-killing fun.
The Broken Steel DLC really completes Fallout 3, in the way it should have ended in the first place. And it does it with epic style, making it an essential add-on.