Tag Archives: bethesda

Fallout 76 – A New Fallout

At the end of a surprise live stream, Bethesda Softworks announced Fallout 76. Next to nothing is known about this Fallout, however it’s features vault dwellers from Vault 76 and there have been rumors that it’s an online game of sorts. If Bethesda chooses...


Bethesda Review – The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim

This is the second article in my Bethesda game review series. Be sure to check out my first review for Fallout 3 here. The Elder Scrolls, this phrase says a lot, the start of a long running and legendary series. The titles that led...


Fallout 3 Stands the Test of Time

With Bethesda’s new installment in the Fallout series in the form of Fallout 4 on the way, I thought now would be a better time than any to start a small review series for Bethesda titles. I’d like to start with one of my top...


Bethesda.net Revealed at E3 Showcase

Bethesda is entering the “one stop shop” website game with Bethesda.net, as revealed during Bethesda’s E3 Showcase. Bethesda.net will be a hub for content creators like modders to share their creations, Bethesda themselves to release information, and for fans to consume every bit of...


Everything We Know About Fallout From E3

Oh, man! The first day of E3 is over, and there have been some great things happening. First you have Nintendo with two announcements, and now you have Bethesda. There’s a lot to talk about, but this post is about Fallout 4, so let’s...


The Elder Scrolls Legends is a Card Game

The Elder Scrolls is getting a card game, and it’s called The Elder Scrolls Legends. You probably weren’t expecting this, and that’s okay, because neither was I. But if there’s anything that Hearthstone has taught the world, it’s that card games are cool again, and...


Doom 4 is Called Doom, and It’s a Gore Fest

Doom 4 was originally revealed at QuakeCon last year, and while a lot of people have been calling it Doom 4, it’s actually just called Doom. It’s pretty disappointing to see the game fall back on the latest trend in naming conventions, but this post...


BattleCry Beta Sign-Ups Available Now

BattleCry, the free-to-play team-based action shooter announced at last year’s E3, is ready for you to play. At the Bethesda E3 Showcase, a pre-recorded video announced that the beta was open for sign ups “RIGHT NOW,” a classic exciting press conference moment that inevitably...



Fallout 4 is Now Officially on the Way

Well, everyone saw this coming. The countdown on Bethesda’s website for Fallout ended today, and surprise, there was a Fallout 4 reveal. After all of the rumors, it’s finally on the way, and of course it will be at E3 this year. For now,...


Bethesda Teases Fallout 4 Reveal

There have been a lot of rumors about Fallout 4 being in development for quite a while now, all of which have been denied by Bethesda. It all started in 2013 when Erik Todd Dellums tweeted a hint that there might be more of...



Prey 2 is Officially Cancelled

Remember Prey on the Xbox 360 and PC? I do, because I played it briefly although I didn’t care enough to finish it. It was a game that was announced in 1995 and took years to finish before ultimately seeing a release in the...


The Evil Within: First Impressions

A few points to start on: I like Survival Horror. Just getting that out there. If you hate the Survival Horror genre, The Evil Within isn’t for you. I played The Evil Within on Xbox One, so this will be about my experience with...


New Limited Edition PS4 Features The Evil Within

Coming soon to Japan are two new limited edition PlayStation 4 models inspired by The Evil Within. The consoles will be available in Jet Black and Glacier White and are part of a collaboration with the Sony Store.   At the moment they seem...