A strange but much appreciated update to 2008's Fallout 3 has removed the Games for Windows Live requirement from the PC version of the game.
Right when you think the fight is over, these bosses are just getting started.
The post-apocalyptic remains of the world are not a friendly place.
Despite launching with issues, these games eventually managed to get it together in the end.
The set-up and plot have all led to this but somehow the ending seems off.
All it took was one bad bit of code to wipe your progress.
There's downloadable content and then there's the straight turn into Bizarro World.
These are the biggest video game maps of all time.
It's early days yet but there's plenty we want to see from Bethesda's RPG set in space.
Ending with not so much of a bang.
The Fallout franchise has seen its share of strange events over the years. Check out 12 of them here.
Despite its age, Fallout 3 still does a number of things better than Fallout 4.
All out nuclear warfare.
You don't have to be a horror game to scare your players.
Notice a slight change in difficulty? Dynamic difficulty is probably in effect.
Does a huge open world with scripted characters and scenarios make a true Fallout game? Or is it something else entirely?
Whether its pushovers or powerhouses mercilessly trivialized, these bosses didn't take much to beat.
These games went through hell and back to reach the finish line. It was (mostly) worth it.
[drop-cap]I[/drop-cap]t's been more than nine years since Fallout 3 released. Considering the state of the franchise before Bethesda picked it up, Fallout's meteoric rise in the mainstream gaming worl... Read More