The new Fallout 4 Contraptions Workshop DLC just dropped today, and people have been quick to put it to good use. And by “good” I mean “kiiiind of evil.”
Hadean Lands is a text adventure renowned for being good but tough. It’s been around for a couple years, and it just got a Steam release. Steam, of course, supports DLC. Hadean Lands’ developer decided to take advantage of that feature in an... unusual way.
One of the biggest complaints fans had about Fallout 4 was that most of the time, the game only let you be a good guy/girl. Judging from what Bethesda has cooking, however, it seems that they are actually listening.
Bethesda revealed a number of new Fallout 4 DLC packs coming later this year, but the most interesting one has to be the “Vault-Tec” expansion, which will let all of us become the most evil vault overseer ever.
LEGO Marvel’s Avengers adds a complimentary six-pack of spiders today. Now that Peter Parker is established in the Marvel cinematic universe, he gets to be in the game based on it. The Spider-Man Character Pack is available for free starting today across all versions of the game.
Harpoon guns. New monsters. More armor. Difficult choices. Fallout 4's biggest DLC promises a little bit of everything, and it makes the upcoming DLC sound very sweet.
The Black Panther downloadable content for LEGO Marvel’s Avengers dropped today. It features several panther idols and a panther-headed monorail, along with several less interesting things.
Uncharted 4's year-long DLC multiplayer plan, which is promising free maps and modes, gets detailed on the official PlayStation Blog.
Total War: Warhammer had previously locked an entire race, the Chaos Warriors, behind pre-order DLC, but the developer has since reversed its position. Now, the Chaos Warriors will be free for anyone who pre-orders or buys the game—until a week after release. It’s a good compromise.
New maps from Fire Emblem Fates’s second map pack will start to release on May 5, Nintendo announced today. Map Pack 2 will contain 6 maps in total, with the entire package costing $8. Check out our review of the game here, if you haven’t yet.
Rambo: The Video Game wasn’t a good game when it came out in February 2014, and not much has changed in the last two years. So when the game’s publisher quietly stopped talking about DLC, it wasn’t surprising. But lo and behold, that DLC is coming out. Why’d it take two years? I asked.
Marcy Long is a standoffish asshole who immediately tells the player how much he or she sucks. This probably explains why all the top Google results for her name are some variation of “fuck Marcy Long” or “what the fuck is up with Marcy, man?” And now, with the release of Fallout 4's new DLC, some players are trying…
With the right tools, you can capture some of Fallout 4's most fearsome foes and use them for your amusement in the Wasteland Workshop DLC, out today for $4.99.
Introducing Wasteland Workshop, a Fallout 4 DLC that lets you make your settlements more homey. Assuming, of course, your idea of “home” means building better death traps for your settlers, or having the ability to collect cats and Deathclaws.
For whatever reason, Fallout 4's Automatron DLC did away with the ability to put a cute bowler hat on Codsworth. Thankfully, there is a mod that fixes that, and it also allows you to put other cutesy hats on your robo companions. Yay!
The world of Fallout is brimming with amazing characters, and Fallout 4's first DLC has now added one more great character to the list.
Fallout 4's new DLC, Automatron, lets players customize robot companions however they’d like. Some people are using this ability to make monstrous mech creations. Others, however, are finding hilarious ways to make Fallout 4 sexier.
Robobrains have been a staple of the Fallout universe for ages. Ever wonder where the brains sitting atop those mech noggins actually come from, though?
Here’s Codsworth, like you’ve never seen him before.