Arkane uses gross red eyes to tease Prey DLC

It's Prey Day, and you shouldn't feel bad if you weren't aware. That's because it's seemingly the first ever Prey Day, as it's an occasion that Bethesda now celebrates because March 15, 2032 is when Morgan Yu woke up at the very beginning o...


Skyrim VR releases on Steam next month for $60

It's been a bit of a wait for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR on PC, but the wait is almost over. Bethesda is bringing its rebuilt-for-VR version of the open-world RPG that just won't die to Steam on April 3, 2018 with support for Oculus Rif...


Bethesda's E3 2018 press conference locked in for June 10

Bethesda has settled nicely into the Sunday before E3 for its press conferences and I think I've finally come to terms with that creep into the weekend. For E3 2018, the showcase is set for June 10 at 6:30pm Pacific. You'll be able to follo...


Doom Switch update adds motion controls

I'm still a bit bothered that Bethesda waited until the zero hour to give out review copies for Doom -- they should have been shouting about how great it was from the rooftops a week in advance. Over time though I think people got the ...


The Evil Within 2 goes first-person with a new update

There was a hidden first-person mode lurking in the PC version of The Evil Within 2, and sure enough, folks found out about it and figured out how to toggle it with an easy-to-use console command. It was a neat little extra for anyone who w...


Doom's audio issues on Switch will be fixed soon

The Nintendo Switch version of Doom is an admirable effort, to be sure, but the port is not without its issues. One of the more annoying problems is that the audio can glitch out from time to time, as shown here. It's the type of thing you ...


Jessica Valiant is out for revenge in new Wolfenstein II DLC

Today sees the release of the next DLC adventure for Bethesda's violent shooter Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. The second DLC chapter sees ruthless assassin Jessica Valiant out dealing death to the Nazi propaganda machine.Valiant, codena...


Have a rad time this weekend with Fallout 4's free PC trial

Bethesda's Fallout 4 is in for the long-haul. The open-world RPG, which launched way back in 2015 (can you believe it?) has maintained a growth of new fans, with steady, consistent sales and several returns to the Top Ten of the UK charts, ...


New year, same old video game magazine oddities

In the last issue, we celebrated the demise of Miiverse by looking back at some notable Miiverse posts. Originally, this issue was planned for December and was supposed to be holiday themed, with an emphasis on holiday-related oddities from...


Rich Meister's personal picks for Game of the Year 2017

2017 has been one hell of a year for games. While the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One continue to hit their software strides, the Switch is bringing Nintendo back to its glory days. PC gaming remains stronger than ever and I can't think of a yea...


Review: Fallout The Board Game

Video game RPGs can translate very well into the tabletop realm. It's a sort of cyclical relationship, as many entries in the genre are born out of precepts forged in the pen and paper era, and running them back to board games just seems na...


Fallout 4 VR brings its own unique jank to the table

I wasn’t really sure what to expect from Fallout 4 VR. I can’t say that I’m the biggest fan of Fallout 4, but man, the idea of playing the entire game in VR sounded too good to be true. Now that I’ve spent some time...


Panic Button will be porting Wolfenstein II to the Switch

Panic Button, the developers behind the excellent DOOM port to Switch, will be helming the upcoming Wolfesntein II port to the same console. Bethesda revealed this news to GameReactor today along with mentioning the port will be out in earl...


Wolfenstein II's first DLC episode is now available

This snuck right up on me, but the first DLC episode for Wolfenstein II is now available for download on all platforms. Season pass owners should already have the content, but if you want to purchase this separately it will set you back $9....


The Evil Within 2 now has a demo on PC, PS4, and Xbox One

Bethesda made a strong single-player push this year with games like Wolfenstein: The New Colossus, Prey, and The Evil Within 2. The former recently got a trial, and now the latter has followed suit. "In these first chapters you'll have the ...


Xbox One X updates roll out for Skyrim and Fallout 4

Bethesda recently broke down its plans for Xbox One X support across a number of its games, including Wolfenstein II, The Evil Within 2, and Dishonored 2. One of the mild annoyances of owning the X (or the PlayStation 4 Pro) is knowing the ...


Call of Duty: WWII rules the UK charts for a fourth week

Call of Duty: WWII remains untouchable, as it sits confidently at the top of the UK charts for a fourth week. It seems likely that Activision's shooter will hold the top spot throughout December. EA's FIFA 18 has returned to second place, w...


The Wolfenstein II demo includes the full first level

Bethesda and MachineGames have put out a demo for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One that'll let you go through the first level. Should you decide to buy the full version (it's on sale this week), you'll be...


Skyrim's day-one patch for Switch adds video capture

If you thought Bethesda's open-world adventure game would be ripe for the Switch's built-in video capture feature, then you're in for a treat. With a day-one patch, the game now supports the very limited functionality that the Switch offers...


Review: Skyrim (Switch)

Skyrim was released in 2011. Six years later (almost to the day), it's still relevant. So relevant in fact that we thought it was worth a revisit with our review of the Special Edition, and worth covering yet again on Switch. Such is the po...


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Path of Fire sure takes a lot of Metroidvania conventions to the way you progress through Elona, theres bunch of closed off areas until you get the proper mount to traverse it, be it by jumping over a chasm, steep cliffs or literal walled off

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I tried R6 Sieges outbreak Its a pretty good concept, but limited as Id play a game built around it, with more variety in weapons, maps, and enemies, and the ability to have people join your game after one guy DCs half way through


Welp, I gave Eureka a solid week in FF Its Gimme back the old relic At least then I could multitask and level up other classes or get tomestones/savage clears in while working on Eurekas just a waste of time with shit gear


Question: is there any good games out there that mix roguelike/lite elements with JRPG? Was thinking about how could it would be a game with a Chrono Trigger-like battle system (fast, lots of fun, no need to grind) with randomized dungeons and


So apparently theres a 1 in 27,000 or something chance a meteor will hit the earth in I dont like those need better odds of it hitting and sooner because the way the world seems to be going maybe imminent doom could do some

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Sea of Thieves is really getting a Day 1 I love


Calling it now: the butchers dog in KCD is the best character of 2018 (Please avoid telling me in the comments if he dies)


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