The Commonwealth has been thoroughly mapped by intrepid adventurers already, but with the new DLC, Fallout 4 players now have an entirely new landmass to mine and explore.
Proving once more that scrappy hero of Punch-Out!! is actually a dirty cheater, Redditor midwesternhousewives shares the story of the bearded crowdmember whose nod tells Little Mac exactly when to knock out Piston Honda and Bald Bull the second time around.
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.
Pelican Town might seem like an idyllic countryside getaway, but don’t let that fool you. Stardew Valley is full of mysteries, some of which players may never see.
Prison Architect is a top-down prison management game that’s got some visual flair, but it’s definitely 2D. Tiny two-dimensional prisoners wander two-dimensional corridors, dreaming of two-dimensional freedom. Turns out, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Yesterday saw some Star Wars excitement as a video circulated suggesting one of The Force Awakens’ biggest unanswered questions was actually answered in Disney Infinity’s movie play set. Nah. Didn’t happen.
I am in awe that anybody managed to figure this out.
It’s not that you’re not observant. It’s just the folks at GameXplain are hyper-observant, which is why they notice things like trash strewn in the streets and Midgar’s window-to-AC unit ratio.
Let’s take a field trip, you and I. To a place where we probably shouldn’t go.
Uncovered via datamining way back in September, Konami has confirmed Metal Gear Solid V’s Nuclear Disarmament event. All players need to do to activate it is dismantle every nuclear weapon in their platform’s region, a task so easy Superman could do it.
The release of the Doctor Who level pack for LEGO Dimensions unlocked some wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey cartoon secrets in the game. What good is having a time machine if you can’t travel back to the stone age or forward to Earth’s flying car future?
Destiny, a video game in which players spend hours and hours dropping out of strike playlists, is still full of secrets. Today’s involves a little old place called the Vault of Glass.
The legend of Sasquatch just got hella trippier thanks to an awesome recent discovery made by the GTA community.
One of the biggest secrets in Metal Gear Solid V may not actually be possible—but that’s not stopping players from coming together and trying to achieve it anyway.
The Batman games released over the last seven or so years have all been packed with secrets and teasers, some of which have heralded what’s next for the Dark Knight’s future adventures. Arkham Knight players have been searching the new Bat-game for a hidden locale with no luck. Yet.
Between all the jump scares and creepy animatronics, it’s pretty easy to miss some of the easter eggs and smaller details hiding in Five Nights at Freddy’s 4. But they are there, waiting to be noticed. Better yet, they might tell a pretty disturbing story about what’s ‘really’ happening inside of the game.
Fun fact: Batman: Arkham Knight actually has more than one introduction sequence. There’s the one you see normally. And there’s the one that can only trigger under certain special conditions.
Adam Boyes, head of third-party developer relations at PlayStation, told me at E3 that he’s known about Square’s Final Fantasy VII remake for a year. It was a fun secret to keep.
Last Tuesday, a Reddit user named DemonCipher13 wrote a passionate call for help on a subreddit dedicated to Destiny, a video game about the mysteries of space.
With decades of gaming’s most iconic offerings at their fingertips, MachineGames has no end of material with which to craft secrets scattered throughout Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. Here’s what we’ve seen so far.