Even if you’ve spent hundreds of hours within Fallout 4, chances are pretty slim that you’ll see everything within the game. There are hundreds of smaller locales hiding within the Commonwealth, all of which aren’t actually marked on your Pip-Boy’s map.
The first PlayStation 4 entry in Idea Factory’s girls as game consoles role-playing game is out in North America today. I’m betting it’ll take less than an hour of playing to decide if Megadimension Neptunia VII is for you, so here’s an hour of playing. Mind the NSFW screen at the end.
Watch as one gamer blazes through the capital wasteland in the time it takes most of us to deliberate over a single SPECIAL point. Phenomenal.
Most perks in Fallout 4 are just supposed to give you a little boost, nothing major or almost game-breaking. This is not one of those perks.
Fallout 4 is a pretty absurd game, on the whole. One moment you might become a comic book hero, the next you might go on a quest for a long-lost drinking buddy robot. That’s just the stuff on the surface. Things can get even stranger, if you look in the right places.
Why role-playing in Tamriel and the Wasteland is sometimes better than not role-playing at all.
For a couple of days now, I’ve been trying an experiment with Fallout 4—and it’s completely transformed my experience with the game.
Missing Fallout 4’s most powerful armor is pretty easy, given that it’s inside of an unmarked building. Here’s how you can find it.
There are a whole lot of amazing JRPG sequels as well as games we wished there were sequels for. Then there’s the games that seem so completely different from the games before them, they feel strange and foreign, almost like they should be part of a different franchise. Here’s 7 of the strangest JRPG sequels that…
Fate/Grand Order is an RPG for Android and iOS platforms which lets players take on the role of a fledgling master on a quest to save time and space. It’s great fun, but with a few prerequisites.
Persona 3 is one of the best JRPGs ever developed. The story was moving, the gameplay made turn-based combat relevant again, the music was a catchy fusion of jazz and vocals, and the social interactions, epitomized in the community links, exemplified its fresh take on the genre. That sense of community is what I feel…
A couple years of jealous drooling and suffering through the release of Digimon All-Star Rumble have finally paid off—Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth is coming to North and South American PlayStation 4 and Vita in 2016.
The 1980s Marvel Super Heroes RPG was well-designed and was supported by a ton of supplements and adventures. But the greatest thing about it was the FASERIP chart, the one chart that could tell you once and for all who would win in a fight, Thor or the Hulk.
Because while war never changes, the platform and user interface has a tendency to.
Earlier this week, while playing Square Enix’s Chaos Rings III on the iPad, I was asked to name my favorite food via text field. I am not proud of what happened next.
In the age of 3D high-spec prettiness, more and more I find myself looking forward to and enjoying “low tech” games that give my imagination room to play.
As I write this post, Xenoblade Chronicles X is up on my TV, its music blasting from my surround sound system—just as it has been for hours.
I had no idea how much I wanted an RPG to let me do this until now.
Late last month Sega released their newest mobile game: Hortensia Saga. But unlike many free-to-play mobile games, this one has an expansive fantasy plot to back up its addictive gameplay.