Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny have a new friend down in South Park – you! As the new kid in town, you have to fight Mongolian Hoards, aliens, monsters and hobos in a role-playing like quest to become cool.
Obsidian Entertainment, the developer of Fallout: New Vegas and SouthPark: The Stick of Truth, today announced that they are entering into a partnership with Paradox Interactive to launch their upcoming role-playing game (RPG), Pillars of Eternity. Pillars of Eternity, an RPG inspired by classic titles such as Baldur’s Gate, Icewind Dale, and Planescape: Torment, was funded via Kickstarter in late 2012, raising $4.5 million through both backer pledges on Kickstarter and Obsidian’s own website. Feargus Urquhart, CEO of Obsidian Entertainment, stated that every dollar raised through the crowdfunding campaign will be spent solely on the game’s development. “This game would … Continue reading Obsidian And Paradox Partner For Pillars of Eternity RPG
Must eventually end, but you will love every minute of the final chapter found in Fallout New Vegas: Lonesome Road. Emotionally gripping with a grand adventure, this is a perfect DLC.
The Fallout New Vegas: Old World Blues DLC takes us to Big Mountain, source for many of the ills of the present day wasteland. But instead of a depressing environment, we are met with almost slapstick humor.
The Honest Hearts DLC for Fallout: New Vegas adds the beautiful and deadly Zion National Park into the mix, where you are just as likely to be mauled by bears as rolled by raiders. It’s a nice change of pace.
Dungeon Siege III attacks the PC and, for the first time in the series, consoles. It brings amazing graphics, balanced gameplay, and a perfect implementation of on-the-couch cooperative play to awaiting fans.
Dead Money is the first DLC to be released for Fallout: New Vegas. And like with Fallout 3, the first DLC has some teething problems. Still, Dead Money is fun, if frustrating.
Overall, the Xbox 360 version of Fallout: New Vegas seems a bit more stable than the one on the PS3, while still offering all of the post nuclear war goodness.
Fallout: New Vegas rolls onto the scene, and somehow it’s able to surpass even its much loved predecessor. Could this be the mythical perfect sequel?
Although flawed in several areas, Alpha Protocol proves to be a capable espionage action RPG title, and we all know there aren’t very many of them to go around.