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Fallout 4 was recently pre-ordered by a gamer who managed to pick up a copy with 2,240 bottle caps. He received his copy because he was the first to do so and Bethesda acknowledged his dedication to the craft.
Yukes and 2K Games are going for the biggest WWE roster yet in a video game. They're aiming to bring 120 unique wrestling models to the roster and they already made it known that the 120 won't count for five different variations of John Cena.
Fallout 4 will do something different from the other games in the series by giving the player-character a voice. Following this revelation the voice actors themselves have been revealed for Bethesda's upcoming title.
Fallout is one of those series where people never begged for multiplayer. It was more like “Wouldn't it be cool if Fallout had multiplayer?” Well, game director Todd Howard for the upcoming Fallout 4 was thinking the exact same thing, but came away convinced multiplayer wasn't right for the experience.
Bungie and Activision are listening. That's the gist of their latest update over on the official Bungie website, where they addressed fan frustration with having to re-buy Destiny just to get a few new trinkets that were made exclusive in the Taken King Collector's Edtion.
Destiny has had a pretty turbulent first year on the market, specifically in the area of its downloadable content and the price tag attached to it. Up to this point, I’ve done my best to give the teams at Bungie and Activision the benefit of the doubt that decisions were not being driven solely by the desire to make a quick buck. With this latest DLC fiasco, though, I find myself firmly planted in the opposite corner.
Microsoft is expanding Xbox Live's Games with Gold program. Starting this month, they'll be giving Xbox One owners two new games per month instead of one.
This week Bungie announced a special DLC pack for Destiny that can be obtained by drinking Red Bull. Dying Light studio Techland decided to troll Bungie with a similar promotion.
Activision, Bungie and Red Bull have teamed up together for a brand new quest for the first-person shooter Destiny. The quest will open the door for gamers to earn extra XP and rewards by purchasing specially marked Red Bull energy drinks and retrieving the code from the can.
The Witcher 3's console editions are about to get another patch. This update for Xbox One and PS4 fixes a number of bugs, including a disappearing gold glitch and an endless loading screen.
“My world is fire and blood.” Anyone who has seen Mad Max: Fury Road likely got that reference and, even though Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s upcoming game is not directly tied to the movies, those words held true in my hands-on time with Avalanche Studios’ Mad Max during E3 2015.
Microsoft has revealed the new limited edition Forza Motorsport 6 Xbox One game console. It features a blue livery with a stripe over the matte section with a special reflective logo on the side of the console celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Turn 10 Studios' Forza Motorsport series.
Lego Dimensions looks to be exactly what you would expect out of a property mash-up game powered by those figurines everyone seems to be going crazy for these days: The classic Lego gameplay you’ve grown to know and love, but with brand new mind-bending puzzles and fantastic cameos you never saw coming.
Slightly Mad Studios has announced that Project CARS 2 is in the works and that they're crowd-funding the game to the tune of £7 million. That roughly translates into $11 million. The game is supposed to be scheduled to arrive for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
For those of you who are wondering what type of timed release deal Activision and Sony have worked out for Call of Duty: Black Ops III DLC, it looks like you can expect the exact same set-up the publisher had with Microsoft in the past, only now resulting in earlier launches on the PlayStation platform.