Fallout 4 has a ridiculous number of terminals, most of which the average player will never see. One man, however, has actually spent over 25 hours poring through every computer in Fallout 4. It’s madness.
A few weeks ago, a pirate-themed RPG called Vendetta: Curse of Raven’s Cry vanished from the Steam store. At that point, it was surrounded on all sides by (unproven) allegations of fake reviews and shady dealings. Flash forward to now: people still can’t figure out precisely why it disappeared.
Yesterday, Fallout 4 game director Todd Howard teased everyone watching this year’s DICE summit.
Ever since Fallout 4’s release, inquisitive players have been obsessed with one thing: what in the world is Fallout 4 hiding?
This story was originally published on December 8, 2015. Shortly thereafter, Craig Wright scrubbed much of his digital presence and disappeared for months—until May 2, 2016, when he publicly announced that he is the creator of Bitcoin.
Over the years, humanity has sent a number of people into space to explore and document the far heavens. We’ve seen pictures, videos, and accounts from people that have been to space. But it’s still pretty difficult to imagine life out there, isn’t it?
Hopefully you didn’t think Game Freak would stop at 721 Pokémon!
Woah. Where did THAT come from, Life is Strange?
Over time, fans have noticed that underneath all those bright colors and cheery attitude, Splatoon can be a pretty creepy game. Surely Nintendo has an explanation for that, right? Well...
The internet is a vast, unknowable place. The parts you and I interact with on a daily basis are a very small sliver of what’s actually floating around out there. The web can go deep, and it can get dark.
It’s pretty easy to miss Splatoon’s creepiest moments. Had someone not pointed it out to me, I never would have noticed!
One woman’s trash is literally everyone else’s super-expensive, rare $200,000 piece of computer history. Most of the time, recycled electronics are too crappy to sell on Craigslist. But one California e-recycling center recently received one of the most coveted gadgets ever: A genuine Apple-1 computer.
Right now, players are finding mysterious small coins throughout the new Destiny expansion, House of Wolves. Nobody is quite sure what they do yet, or how many there are. But they’re hopeful that the coins will do something.
If you have a one-star “wanted” level in GTA V, the police will chase you. At two stars, they’ll shoot to kill.
The people chasing secrets in Grand Theft Auto think they’ve made a breakthrough. They say they’ve found evidence that suggests that maybe there’s a way to get abducted by aliens in-game...without the help of mods or cheats.
Inside the world of Bloodborne, there is a door. You can interact with the door. You cannot, however, open this door. And this fact drove people up a wall.
Some GTA players have been scouring every inch of Los Santos in the hopes of finding a fabled jetpack or an alien mystery for two years now. So far, they haven’t found their treasure—but they have found some other poignant things along the way.
Can you fully transform into a werewolf in Bloodborne? The game has been out for two weeks, and it’s still unclear.
Recently a bunch of people stumbled across a mysterious Steam account that's part of nearly 200,000 groups. It's level zero and has only one friend. It's the strangest goddamn thing. It's also a little creepy, if I'm being honest.