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On 6 November, Bethesda held a concert in the Hammersmith Apollo, London, that showcased a varied selection of music from many of their titles. These titles included most of their biggest hits, such as Fallout 3, Fallout 4, Fallout 76, Skyrim, Morrowind, The Elder Scrolls: Blades, and Oblivion.
Like any entry in Gust's long-running Atelier franchise, Atelier Lulua has a hefty amount of optional challenges for the player. The majority of these...
This year has been pretty fantastic for video games, not only did we get the usual suspects, but we also got some pretty fantastic surprises throughout the year. That being said, not every game was obtainable as many had their cash set aside for something else.
Nobody likes change. Change is the death of one little thing and the rebirth of another and death, for the most part, is a...
So apparently Hank Pym was so small that he was forgotten in the Avengers. You see you'll find that line really funny by the end of this article.
The latest in a long running series of fantastic JRPG’s is almost here and its latest entry, Tales of Berseria, looks to be the best yet.
Castle Rock is the answer to your Stephen King fix while waiting for part two of It, the Pet Sematary remake, his next book, whatever King property you're waiting...
For this week's Indie Fix, I played the very charming and endearing, Spike. First thing to say about this game is that is just stunning. No exaggeration, it's stunning.
This year's event is probably going to be the longest one, at least for announcements, with Bethesda kicking off the show early on Sunday evening (or early Monday morning for us UK folk) and media briefings stretching out until Tuesday afternoon (or Tuesday evening for us). So we've decided to take a look at all things E3 this year to hopefully offer you some insight as to what to expect during this week-long event.