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  • Nuka World Review: Radiation Kingdom

    Nuka World is the last expansion for Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic epic, Fallout 4. Set inside a decrepit theme park, players are finally allowed to done the rusted bars of a raider and become the evil overboss they’ve always dreamed up. Does the expansion live up to it’ promise? We sent Chris in to find out.

    Posted on 09/09/2016 by Christopher Coke
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  • Bethesda at QuakeCon: Our Interview With Pete Hines

    The RPG presence at QuakeCon 2016 was muted, but we did score some time with Pete Hines to talk about all things Bethesda. No, there are no Elder Scrolls VI spoilers.

    Posted on 08/09/2016 by Jason Winter
  • Zelda Was In Trouble, Breath of Wind Might Save It

    Zelda: Breath of the Wild was the unexpected Game of the Show for many fans at this year’s E3. Many of us expected what Nintendo has been delivering: more Zelda. This time Link would be in an open world, of course, but by and large the series kept its mainstays only making additions within a well-worn wrapper.

    Posted on 06/24/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • The RPG News of E3 2016

    Another E3 has come and gone and with it another tidal wave of gaming news. This week in the RPG Files, we’re looking at all of the roleplaying news that’s fit to print. Read on to see just what this year’s biggest presser had for RPG fans!

    Posted on 06/17/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • E3 2016 - Bethesda Press Conference Review

    Last year at E3, Todd Howard stole the week by announcing Fallout 4. The game was not only announced, but the launch date was given and it was only months away. How did Bethesda follow up such a shocker last year with last night’s press conference? Quite well actually. Many of the announcements were already rumored and so surprises were minimum, but the east coast company continues to produce a solid group of games for fans and players of their brands.

    Posted on 06/13/2016 by Garrett Fuller
  • The RPG Fan's Guide to E3 2016

    The week before E3 is like the calm before the storm. As we prepare for our very own video game super bowl, we’re here with a handy guide of just what to expect from this year’s Electronics Entertainment Expo.

    Posted on 06/10/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Fallout 4’s Far Harbor is DLC We Should Support

    We’re breaking from the usual mold this week to bring you an expanded version of the week’s biggest news stories. We’ll be back to editorializing, but there were just too many things worth expounding on. Read our thoughts, then let us know yours in the comments below!

    Posted on 05/06/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Building My Mr. Roboto in Automatron

    Fallout 4’s first big DLC, the $9.99 Automatron came out today, and I’ve been diving in with renewed interest to the game because (quite frankly) who doesn’t want to build their own robot army? Read on for our first impressions of the game’s first big downloadable add-on.

    Posted on 03/22/2016 by William Murphy
  • Fallout 4 is Expanding in a Big, Bad Way

    We already knew that Fallout 4 was big, but it’s about to get a lot bigger. Over the next three months, Bethesda plans to release what they call their “first series” of add-ons in an “expanded DLC plan.” They promise more than $60 worth of additional content throughout the year, but the news isn’t all good: that alluring $25 season pass is going up to a full $50. Is it worth it? Read on for what we think and our thoughts on the first three DLC packs.

    Posted on 02/19/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • On Bringing Dragon's Dogma Online to the West

    This week our friend Christopher Coke is celebrating a new arrival in his family, so Bill Murphy is sitting in to talk about the week’s RPG news. Also, he urges you all to play Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen on the PC, so we might get the MMO version outside of Japan.

    Posted on 01/22/2016 by William Murphy

Editorials

  • The Time for Fallout Online is Now

    Like many other gamers, November and December of last year saw most of my video game immersion happen in a single game: Fallout 4. As the end of the year brought on the usual annual reminiscing, I got to thinking about all the time I’ve spent playing in the Fallout universe since 1997, and how Fallout is one of the few game series I’ve played regularly over the last 19 years - a testament to its’ quality.

    Posted on 01/22/2016 by Guest Writer

Previews

  • E3 2016 - Bethesda Press Conference Review

    Last year at E3, Todd Howard stole the week by announcing Fallout 4. The game was not only announced, but the launch date was given and it was only months away. How did Bethesda follow up such a shocker last year with last night’s press conference? Quite well actually. Many of the announcements were already rumored and so surprises were minimum, but the east coast company continues to produce a solid group of games for fans and players of their brands.

    Posted on 06/13/2016 by Garrett Fuller
  • Building My Mr. Roboto in Automatron

    Fallout 4’s first big DLC, the $9.99 Automatron came out today, and I’ve been diving in with renewed interest to the game because (quite frankly) who doesn’t want to build their own robot army? Read on for our first impressions of the game’s first big downloadable add-on.

    Posted on 03/22/2016 by William Murphy

Interviews

Awards

  • The Best of 2015

    If this year of MMO releases can be categorized by any one thing, it might be that the existing MMOs in the landscape had great years, while we wait for the next big thing to come along. Meanwhile, the single player RPG had an absolutely stellar time, with some truly amazing games and expansions released throughout the calendar year. We’ve polled our staff, and these are the games we loved the most in 2015, and the ones we’re looking forward to the most in 2016.

    Posted on 12/11/2015 by William Murphy

Columns

  • Zelda Was In Trouble, Breath of Wind Might Save It

    Zelda: Breath of the Wild was the unexpected Game of the Show for many fans at this year’s E3. Many of us expected what Nintendo has been delivering: more Zelda. This time Link would be in an open world, of course, but by and large the series kept its mainstays only making additions within a well-worn wrapper.

    Posted on 06/24/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • The RPG News of E3 2016

    Another E3 has come and gone and with it another tidal wave of gaming news. This week in the RPG Files, we’re looking at all of the roleplaying news that’s fit to print. Read on to see just what this year’s biggest presser had for RPG fans!

    Posted on 06/17/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • The RPG Fan's Guide to E3 2016

    The week before E3 is like the calm before the storm. As we prepare for our very own video game super bowl, we’re here with a handy guide of just what to expect from this year’s Electronics Entertainment Expo.

    Posted on 06/10/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Fallout 4’s Far Harbor is DLC We Should Support

    We’re breaking from the usual mold this week to bring you an expanded version of the week’s biggest news stories. We’ll be back to editorializing, but there were just too many things worth expounding on. Read our thoughts, then let us know yours in the comments below!

    Posted on 05/06/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Fallout 4 is Expanding in a Big, Bad Way

    We already knew that Fallout 4 was big, but it’s about to get a lot bigger. Over the next three months, Bethesda plans to release what they call their “first series” of add-ons in an “expanded DLC plan.” They promise more than $60 worth of additional content throughout the year, but the news isn’t all good: that alluring $25 season pass is going up to a full $50. Is it worth it? Read on for what we think and our thoughts on the first three DLC packs.

    Posted on 02/19/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • On Bringing Dragon's Dogma Online to the West

    This week our friend Christopher Coke is celebrating a new arrival in his family, so Bill Murphy is sitting in to talk about the week’s RPG news. Also, he urges you all to play Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen on the PC, so we might get the MMO version outside of Japan.

    Posted on 01/22/2016 by William Murphy
  • What Will Be in the First DLC?

    There may be spoilers in the article beyond this paragraph, so reader beware! It’s been a few months now since Fallout 4 came, conquered, and sold a bajillion copies across multiple platforms. There is a Season Pass for DLC, but as of this writing… we still don’t know anything about what that downloadable content will contain. Here then are some of our best guesses and wishes for just what will be in Fallout 4’s first DLC pack.

    Posted on 01/07/2016 by William Murphy
  • That's Not an RPG! 2016 Edition

    It’s a new year and that means it’s time to return again to a question we first posed last year: What exactly makes an RPG? As different genres appropriate more staples of the roleplaying genre, the waters continue to get muddier and muddier. Is Fallout 4 an RPG, for example? How about Destiny? Let’s break down exactly what makes an RPG in 2016.

    Posted on 01/01/2016 by Christopher Coke
  • Why The Witcher 3 is a Better RPG than Fallout 4

    As the year draws to a close, gamers and critics around the world are figuring what their best games of the year were. In the RPG category there are two clear contenders: Fallout 4 and The Witcher 3. Fallout is a phenomenon years in the making. On the other hand, The Witcher 3 is a grassroots success that has taken the gaming world by storm. Despite a long, beloved history and mighty publishing power of Bethesda, The Witcher 3 is by far the better roleplaying game. Here's why.

    Posted on 12/25/2015 by Christopher Coke
  • The Top 20 Highs and Lows of Fallout 4 So Far

    Fallout 4 has been out for a little under a week and we’ve spent hours sinking into the wasteland. Join Chris as he recounts the top 20 highs and lows of the game so far! Plus Sword Coast Legends gets an update, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gets a big delay, Pillars of Eternity’s - The White March Part II gets a release date, and more!

    Posted on 11/20/2015 by Christopher Coke
  • Fallout is Still Riddled with Bugs and That’s a Problem

    Gamers everywhere are returning to the wasteland. You’ll hear a lot in the coming weeks about how much there is to love in Bethesda’s new RPG -- and also about bugs. Like every Bethesda game before it, Fallout 4 has its fair share of glitches. Join us as we explore why this is a bigger problem than gamers make it out to be.

    Posted on 11/13/2015 by Christopher Coke
  • Ten Tips for Surviving the Wasteland

    Fallout 4 is here. If you are stuck at work and not able to actually play yet, here are a few things to help you get through the Wasteland. There are no words to fully describe the scope and depth of this game. Bringing everything from Fallout 3 plus an amazing crafting and modification system. You could call is Falloutcraft is you wanted too. A huge addition to the game is building up your settlement.

    Posted on 11/09/2015 by Garrett Fuller
  • A Skeptic's Return to Destiny

    The original Destiny was a letdown. Our author played it through and, like so many others, left just after finishing the campaign, equally disappointed and aggravated at the game that should have been. With all the buzz surrounding The Taken King, he’s returned to see if it lives up to the hype. Is one expansion enough to overcome a year’s worth of mistakes?

    Posted on 10/02/2015 by Christopher Coke

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