It’s a harsh wasteland out there, fellow vault dwellers. Horrors can be found in every corner of the Commonwealth. Making it through Fallout 4 in one piece can be tough—especially at first. Thankfully, we’re here to help.
Last time we checked on The Binding of Isaac community, a glitch caused people to believe the game’s missing content was part of a giant conspiracy. Instead, it was just a glitch. But in the last few days, culminating in a real-life search of Santa Cruz, California, fans did band together to solve a grand mystery.
The first thing you need to do in Fallout 4, obviously, is find a decent weapon. The Wasteland is a deadly, dangerous place and to survive, you’ll need to defend yourself. Make it through that first fight, though, and you’ll soon need to find something else: Food.
Black Ops 3 launched on PC with some fairly serious issues, chief among them the fact it ran like stuttering garbage on i5 processors. A week later, is it safe to actually try and play the game if you’d previously been having problems? Probably.
What may be the biggest game of 2015 is finally here with the launch of Fallout 4 this week. Set in Boston 200 years after a nuclear war, Bethesda’s latest open world action-RPG is the Fallout series’ fifth major instalment and along with touting a list of new features, the developer has teased gamers with details…
A classic tale of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, cat does something other than sit around licking itself and sleeping.
Sometimes, Fallout 4 feels less like an RPG than it does a straight-up horror game.
Dogmeat is quite a companion—almost like a real dog when he’s not doing egregiously silly/suicidal things. One Fallout 4 fan, however, didn’t think he was real enough.
Undertale, the Steam RPG hit where you don’t have to kill anyone, is loaded with secrets. Dedicated players have unearthed every last one... well, except for the last one.
The Steam controller, for all its flaws, is insanely customizable. One user put that versatility to extremely good use.
Kotaku already showed you a rogues gallery of Fallout freaks. Now, let’s take a look at the best character creations of the famous and the infamous.
Just because it’s a wasteland doesn’t mean you gotta run around with scraps.
There are too many Call of Duty games. Let me clarify that statement: There are too many Call of Duty games in Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
Did you know that Fallout 4 has a deep, complicated crafting and settlement-management system? Well, it does. Thing is, the game doesn’t do the greatest job explaining how it all works.
Don’t look now, but your favourite video games are being infiltrated by the humble playing card.
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.
I spent a few minutes staring at the screen when SOMA ended. It’s messed up, and even though you can see it coming, it’s still heartbreaking and shocking. At the heart of SOMA’s conclusion is something called the “coin flip” theory, which hardcore fans have been going back and forth on.
Alienware’s Steam Machine is on the right track, but I can’t wholeheartedly recommend it.
Everything in the world of Fallout is now useful. And that’s exactly the problem.