Fallout 4’s armor situation is a bit confusing. I’m not talking about Power Armor here—I’m talking about the more everyday stuff your character can wear to keep him or her safe from the hazards of the wastes.
Today Riot revealed a buttload of changes it’s making to defensive items in League of Legends, starting with the upcoming 5.16 patch. That’s far enough off that we can’t say for sure how the tweaks will affect the game, but it looks like a lot of core pieces of armor are getting nerfed. So long tank meta?
It doesn't get much better than a cat in a Mega Man costume.
It's horribly impractical for ladies to wear bikini armor while leaving their midsections exposed...or is it? Artist Stjepan Sejic reveals the "truth" behind half-naked women warriors.
Prop creator extraordinaire Bill Doran and his wife, Brittany Sheppard Doran, gear up for DragonCon 2012 in style with a pair of expertly-crafted suits of Mass Effect armor. If that's not justification enough for me to hit up the show this weekend then I don't know what is.
Ryan, aka "Jabberwock" makes armor. He therefore knows more about armor than I do and maybe more than you do.
The best armor will cover the wearer's body completely, providing maximum protection from swords, axes, spears, and other implements of destruction. The worst armor appears in Capcom classic Ghosts 'n Goblins.
In the original Guild Wars being human was a requirement. In the sequel being human is a choice. This week ArenaNet is taking an in-depth look at what it means to be human in Guild Wars 2.
This is what passes for well-protected in SG Interactive's newly-launched free-to-play online first-person PC shooter Project Blackout. Nothing says "I'm combat ready!" like a camouflage crop jacket, Daisy Dukes with fishnet stockings, and a padded orange thermal bikini top.
Iron Man 2 is coming to theaters next week, but he's making a pit stop in Europe's PlayStation Home this Thursday, with the service's first movie-themed mini-game and your chance to win your own set of virtual Iron Man armor.
Blizzard has posted pictures of the Arena Season 8 armor for World of Warcraft, showing off what the fashionable cold-blooded killers will be wearing about town.
The Game Science Museum at the Tokyo Game Show this year housed not only video games but an exhibition of armor and helmets of Japan's most popular warlords.
With the Tokyo Game Show kicking off in just two weeks, the organizers are starting to fill us in on some of the neat things that will be on display: Like ancient Japanese warlord armor.