With Fallout 4 excitement reaching a fever pitch recently, it seems like a good time to look back on the things that made Fallout 3 so great. I speak, of course, of many amazing missions hidden inside of the Capital Wasteland.
Bethesda's filled the province of Skyrim with enough side quests and random missions to keep adventurers adventuring for months, but commenter Bennythegamerguy found that the end of the main storyline signaled the end of his play time.
Finding time to play normal video games as the father of newborn baby boys is tough enough as it is. I was certain my thirst for massively multiplayer online role-playing games would go unquenched in the face of fatherhood. Then I discovered the joy of dailies.
Yesterday Sony revealed the Questing system for the PlayStation Rewards program, which will give PlayStation 3 owners fun ways to upgrade their status in the program's eyes. We've got the first nine quests right here.
Sony continues to tweak its PlayStation Rewards program, giving beta participants a new way to claw their way towards legendary status with the introduction of Quests. How many kobolds does a brother have to slay for a little customer appreciation?
If Capcom has its way, once you put Monster Hunter Tri into your Wii you'll never want to take it out, with regularly scheduled downloadable quests and events keeping the game fresh well past release.
Players who tore through the content of Sony's epic PlayStation 3 role-playing game White Knight Chronicles should be extremely pleased with the news that Sony is delivering weekly free downloadable quests through the end of June.
Fans who bring their PSP and a copy of Monster Hunter Freedom Unit to the San Diego Comic-Com next week can score up to eight free quests, courtesy of Capcom.