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Posts Tagged ‘Bethesda’

Bethesda’s Support Website Leaks Personal Information

Fallout 76: It’s a game that was afforded maybe two hours of good press before Bethesda drove it straight into a brick wall. Bethesda’s games are notoriously buggy, but evidently not even their support system can escape the company curse.¬†Such is the story of Reddit user Jessiepie who found her account suddenly able to view […]

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[Review] Fallout 76 Is A Roaring Dumpster Fire

For all intent and purpose, Fallout 76 could have billed itself as Fallout 4 With Multiplayer, and people would be knocking down the walls to get in. Set in Appalachia, West Virginia, Fallout 76 is a Frankenstein’s Monster of various systems coming together in the hopes of providing an interesting, engaging experience. In reality, Bethesda […]

Bethesda Pulls Bait And Switch On Fallout 76 Canvas Bag

Fallout 76 is just two weeks out of launch but it doesn’t look like the controversies are going to burn out any time soon. In addition to the ongoing server issues, players this week began raising complaints in regards to an alleged bait and switch regarding the game’s collector’s edition. Put on the market for […]

[Column] Fallout 76’s Black Friday Sale Is A Warning Against Pre-Orders

Gamers were angry when Square Enix put Shadow of the Tomb Raider on sale for 34% off just a month after launch. They were just as angry when Bethesda knocked 50% off of Wolfenstein II a month after it hit store shelves. Boy will/should they be livid now. Fallout 76 launched eight days ago and […]

Target Probably Leaked Bethesda Game of Thrones Title

Is Bethesda working on a Game of Thrones title? I’ll never tell, but Target apparently will. Target currently has a page listing for Bethesda: Game of Thrones, which may or may not be leaking an as-of-yet unannounced title of the same name by the same developer. There are two known Game of Thrones titles in […]

PSA: Brink Is Now Free To Play on Steam

In a rather surprising move, Bethesda Softworks has made first person shooter Brink free to play on Steam. Anyone can play the title without dropping a dime, however there is about $4 worth of DLC content. Bethesda launched Brink in 2011, developed by Splash Damage, creators of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. The game was not well […]

[NM] Demo Impressions: Prey

(Editor’s Note: All screenshots from Playstation 4) The date, March 15 2032. The place, my apartment. I am Morgan, waking up to start my first day at a new job at the TranStar Testing Facility. After fiddling around with a few things in the apartment, I grab my suit and head to the roof where […]

E3 2016: Elder Scrolls Online Announces Japan, Level-Scaling

The Elder Scrolls Online is heading to Japan this month, as Bethesda announced during yesterday’s streaming conference.¬†Gamers in Japan will be able to get their hands on the title on June 23rd, presumably on an equal release schedule to other regions. Additionally, Zenimax announced big changes coming to how players consume content in The Elder […]

Valve Shuts Down Paid Skyrim Workshop, Refunds Everyone

Valve’s controversial decision to introduce a system where mod makers could put their creations up for sale is dead in the water just a couple of days after it was introduced. Last week Valve announced that creations in the Skyrim workshop would be able to charge a fee for use, with the creator taking a […]

Not Massive: Prey 2 Cancelled

Bethesda has announced that the on-again off-again first person shooter Prey 2 has been officially cancelled. The original Prey, released in 2006, put players in the role of Tommy, a Cherokee who finds himself in the middle of an alien invasion. The game ended with the phrase “Prey will continue…” Since its release, the status […]

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