Considering Fallout 3 was one of my favorite games of 2008, you can imagine how excited I was to get my first glimpse of Fallout: New Vegas last month.
Developed by Obsidian Entertainment, the game builds on the core strengths of Fallout 3 while taking gamers to all new, post-apocalyptic locations. Set three years after the events of Fallout 3, players will fight to survive in the oppressive heat of the Mojave Wasteland, gamble and kill on the Vegas Strip, and see what real-world locations like the Hoover Dam look like after a nuclear fallout.
It seems you're digging the idea of a Wolfenstein reboot. Good. Now, would it dig it more if it was also coming to next generation consoles? Bethesda says that Wolfenstein: The New Order is also a next-gen console ...more
Today's Destructoid Show is here to tell you all the worst news about video games. And also some good news, too, I guess. Wolfenstein: The New Order has been announced, and it has robots. Disney has handed over the Star Wars...more
Wolfenstein: The New Order was announced only this morning, but game creator Warren Spector has selected it as the ambassador of all he hates in the industry. Questioning the need for its existence, Spector has expressed dism...more