When you first leave the vault in Fallout 4, you’ll notice there’s a locked container at the end of the level. It has a gun; a really good gun, by the looks of it. One problem: there’s no way to actually open the container so early in the game. Unless, of course, you know of a loophole.
It's almost an inherent quality to want to 100%, perfect, full-star, whatever you want to call it, for each game. Especially when the tasks are fairly simple ones, like those many mobile games employ, it's hard to fend off that desire to achieve perfect completion.
There's not much incoming to the Nintendo 3DS that I'm truly excited about, but after watching more than six minutes of this developer walkthrough of Square Enix's Heroes of Ruin, the list might just get one title bigger.
During Gamescom 2011 in Germany, the Frogster folks gave press a peek at what a standard dungeon run looks like in the action-packed MMO Tera. Now see for yourself!
Here's "Generic Geoff," taking us through a free-for-all victory (on combat training) in just under three minutes. If it sounds like you've heard all of this shit before, that's the point. It's a sendup of just about every YouTube walkthrough video ever made, especially for the shooters.
Don't forget, if you want to grab some free gaming stuff, you need to get with the walk-through writing.
We know you're out there! You game-obsessed walk-through writers. With the launch of our new commenting system we want to see what you can do with the system and maybe win some cool crap from us.
Aram goes over everything in this 7 minute-plus video, from the new dialog to the Snow Queen quest, which we already know is coming and doesn't need to be framed with his subtle coughing.
Richard Wilcox, the executive producer behind the Playr Resident Evil 5 special that aired this weekend on cable network Bravo in the UK, passes along this unused footage from the "Mines" level in the game. Capcom's Leo Tam takes us through a bit of the mines, showing off some of the game's more cooperative moments as…
Earlier this week I took a leisurely stroll through the halls of Tokyo Game Show videoing the goings-on of booths, their babes and the people who love them. Today it wasn't so leisurely. The mass of attendees tore through the hall shaking the will of smiling booth companions who still, despite the hardships, managed…