Although the Operation Anchorage DLC was a bit of a disappointment for Fallout 3 fans, The Pitt more than makes up for it, adding a brutal post-nuclear Pittsburgh to the Wasteland.
The Operation: Anchorage DLC has been released for Fallout 3, and despite some minor flaws, adds exciting gameplay to an already great game.
Fallout 3 busts out to the world this week as one of the most anticipated titles of the past two years. Was it worth the wait? Our slightly irradiated scouts (the ones that came back alive) say yes!
Bethesda pulled back the cover on Fallout 3, and what we saw was pretty amazing. This will be the game to look out for next year.
The first mega-expansion pack for Oblivion takes you into the realm of madness, where everyone you meet is just a little, or a lot, crazy. Expect the unexpected in there.
The Game of the Year for the PC and Xbox 360 makes the jump to the PS3. The newest version of Oblivion features faster load times, improved graphics and gameplay.
The pending Shivering Isles expansion for Oblivion takes you into the realm of Sheogorath’s madness. Expect the unexpected if you venture there.
With the Knights of the Nine Expansion pack for Oblivion, the biggest and most expansive RPG ever created just got even larger.
After a torturous five year wait following Morrowind, Oblivion hits the 360 and PC with a game that is not likely to be topped for years to come. Oblivion changes everything.
I just can’t get too much Morrowind. And considering that 80,000 readers voted it the PC game of year and game of the year in the environment category, I’m not at all alone. Bloodmoon is the second expansion pack for the Morrowind game, and builds out the massive single-player RPG even further with an entire new land to explore that is alien and strange to those of us who have spent hundreds of hours adventuring on the mainland. Gone are the soupy hot swamps and dusty, dry mountains most of us call home. Bloodmoon features the island of Solstheim, home … Continue reading There’s a Bloodmoon on the Rise