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The Fallout 4 gravy train continues to chug along with the release today of an official Pip-Boy companion app for the game. Best of all, the app will work regardless of whether you dropped some serious coin for the Pip-Boy Edition of Fallout 4. The app can sync with Fallout 4 on your PC, Xbox One or PlayStation 4 and provides access to your inventory, stats, map, and your radio. You’re even capable of playing holotape games without having to interrupt your action on the big screen. Bethesda has also managed to cram in the Atomic Command mini-game, which is basically the classic game Missile Command with a Fallout-themed twist. The Fallout 4 Pip-Boy app is currently available for iOS and Android,... Read more...
If you just can’t get enough of Fallout 4, you’ll be happy to know that Turn 10 Studios and Bethesda Game Studios have teamed up to bring Fallout 4-themed vehicles to Forza Motorsport 6. This is a crossover of epic proportions, which combines two of today’s hottest gaming properties. “Everyone asks us if you can drive the cars in Fallout 4, and now we can say yes – in Forza, our favorite racing game,” said Bethesda Game Studios Game Director Todd Howard. There are two vehicles that will be available to Forza Motorsport 6 players; one of which is based on its real life counterpart and one that is completely fictional. The first is the classic 1956 Ford F100 pickup truck, while the second is the... Read more...
When the first trailers for Fallout 4 hit earlier this year, gamers could hardly contain their excitement. After all, it’s not like a new Fallout game is released every year — “ain’t nobody got time for that” over at Bethesda. Would you like to know something else that Bethesda doesn’t have time for -- leaks. Unfortunately for the Bethesda folks, a slew of in-game screenshots and gameplay videos have leaked to the web which not only give away spoilers for the game, but also give us a good look at the game’s UI and character interaction. Perhaps the most interesting of leaks comes from four gameplay videos that appears to show how the game will look on the Xbox One. We’ve embedded one of those... Read more...
If you’re a diehard Fallout fan, there are plenty of goodies out there to “enhance” your enjoyment of Fallout 4. For those that were able to get in early enough, there was the Pip-Boy Edition of Fallout 4 which includes a metal encased version of game, a capsule case, a Robco Industries stand, and a wearable Pip-Boy. And for those outside of the United States, there’s Fallout beer courtesy of Carlsberg UK. Now, Bethesda has forged another partnership to provide Fallout fans with some additional ice cold liquid refreshment, and this one unfortunately (or fortunately depending on your viewpoint) won’t get you drunk. Bethesda has called on Jones Soda to provide us with Nuka Cola Quantum, which just... Read more...
We haven’t even closed out October yet, and we’re already getting a sneak peek at what’s in store for Black Friday 2015. One of the first hot deals to kick off the holiday shopping season comes from none other than Dell, and it’s a doozy. Dell will offer the Xbox One Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Bundle (500GB) for a low, low price of $299.99. That price on its own is commendable, as it currently retails for $349.99. However, you can find sales nearly every week to get the Xbox One at the price, so that’s not exactly newsworthy. However, Dell is juicing the deal up by also including a free copy of Fallout 4 and an extra wireless controller (the revised consoler with the 3.5mm headphone jack)... Read more...
Fallout 4 will soon be upon us, and gamers around the globe will will pull out their mouse and keyboard (or respective gamepads) to devote countless hours to the latest installment in the Fallout franchise. The day of reckoning is November 10th for all three major platforms: PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Today we’re learning some additional information about the PC version of Fallout 4. Pete Hines, Bethesda Marketing Vice President, took to Twitter to explain that the DVDs shipping with the PC version of the game won’t be enough to actually get you right into the action. The installation DVDs will only contain a portion of the files necessary to play the game.  You will be required to... Read more...
It’s nearly impossible to hear the song “The Wanderer” and not bop your head to the beat. The song just has an infectious quality to it that is timeless. So it’s quite fitting that Bethesda chose the song to highlight its latest trailer for Fallout 4, which is unabashedly called “The Wanderer.” But this isn’t your typical trailer using in-game footage; instead, it features live-action footage along with some CGI effects to spice things up a bit. The trailer is only a minute long, but it’s enough to get give us all goosebumps and as we eagerly await the game’s release. And we also have to give a wink and a nod to Bethesda for the “Welcome Home” billboard at the end of the trailer. Welcome Home,... Read more...
Bethesda has put together a handy guide on just about everything you need to know to prepare for the launch of Fallout 4, including specific release times and what kind of hardware you'll need  to play the game.The good news is, you won't need anything outrageous to get your foot in the vault. Minimum system requirements consist of an Intel Core i5-2300 (2.8GHz) or AMD Phenom II X4 945 (3GHz) processor, 8GB of RAM, 30GB of free storage space, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti with 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7870 with 2GB graphics card, or something equivalent. You'll also need a 64-bit version of Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, or Windows 10. Nothing too strenuous, right? Things change a bit when looking... Read more...
Fans of the Fallout franchise are eagerly awaiting the release of Fallout 4, and if you were lucky enough to secure a pre-order for the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition, pat yourself on the back on a job well done. You may also want to gloat on Twitter and/or send your condolences to everyone else who missed out on the $119 bundle, because when Bethesda warned that quantities would be very limited, it wasn't kidding.Retailers are sold out of the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition bundle, and no, Bethesda won't be producing more of them. It's not because Bethesda doesn't want to, it's because the company can't. Demand was so high for the special edition bundle that Bethesda simply ran out of capacity to produce... Read more...
Just over month ago, Bethesda quenched the appetites of longtime Fallout fanatics with gameplay footage of Fallout 4. But that wasn’t all that Bethesda had in store for fans, it also released Fallout Shelter, a mobile app which lets you take charge of your own underground nuclear shelter. At the time, the Fallout Shelter was only made available for iOS users, but that will change come August 13th. On that date Bethesda will make the game available to Android users as well. When the Android version lands, it will also bring with it some fresh updates that include a robot companion named Mr. Handy. “Use him to collect resources inside your Vault, send him into the wasteland to collect loot,” describes... Read more...
If you followed this year's E3 -- particularly Bethesda's first annual press conference -- you still remember the wave of nostalgia and tech lust that washed over you when Fallout 4 director Todd Howard announced that for the low price of $119, you could secure your very own wearable Pip-Boy. Howard also emphasized that the upcoming RPG's Pip-Boy Edition would be very limited in quantity, and he wasn't joking. Bethesda's final allocation of Fallout 4 Collector's Edition bundles have shipped to retailers, and when they're gone, they're gone.  Correction: When they're gone, they'll inevitably resurface on eBay for exorbitant prices.  The initial allotment went live at various retailers... Read more...
Every Fallout fan who didn't send Bethesda Softworks thousands of bottle caps is now kicking themselves. Well, that's assuming they had a stockpile of bottle caps to begin with. A guy named Seth did -- around 2,240 beer caps that he amassed over a seven-year period while attending college. With Fallout 4 on the horizon, he sent the beer caps to Bethesda in hopes of scoring a copy of the game, and the stunt worked! "Fallout 3 was my favorite game for several years, so I made the rational choice to start saving up bottle caps," Seth explained on imgur. "Turns out 4.5 years of undergrad and 3 years in a Master's program leads to a lot of drinking. It ended up being 11.2 pounds of bottle caps. You... Read more...
The Fallout 4 hype has hit epic levels in the past few weeks, and Bethesda simply knocked it out of the park last night by delivering some fresh details on the game along with a boatload of footage from the upcoming game. For starters, Bethesda has confirmed that Fallout 4 will launch November 10 on the two leading current generation gaming consoles (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) as well as the PC on November 10, so mark your calendars. As for the game itself, Fallout 4 has been baking in the oven since the launch of Fallout 3 back in 2009. Six years is a damn long time to develop a new game, and although some fans have dogged the Fallout 4 for somewhat unimpressive graphics, there’s plenty about... Read more...
Here we go folks; buckle up and enjoy the ride! Bethesda has posted the first trailer for Fallout 4, which as we previously told you will be set in an alternate timeline Boston. If the screenshots and images of the retail box images were enough to raise your pulse, the trailer below is likely to give Fallout fans heart palpitations: For now, we’ll just have the trailer to hold us over until Bethesda’s “E3 Showcase” which will take place on Sunday, June 14 at 7PM PST (it will be streamed live via YouTube and Twitch).... Read more...
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