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Opinion: I’m Not Buying What VR is Selling

E3 2016 was a big one for many reasons, but Virtual Reality was pushed harder than anything else. From Bethesda, to Ubisoft, to Oculus, and especially Sony, VR had a heavy presence at the show. This was the big shot for many of these companies to sell VR and make everyone excited for this new concept, but for me, I'm definitely not buying it.

Interestingly enough, during the Sony press conference I was getting excited for VR. Batman, Final Fantasy XV, Star Wars, Farpoint, and Resident Evil VII all seemed like big things that I would really enjoy. I was almost being sold on the idea, but the more I think about it, the more I realize that VR underwhelmed this year.

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Fallout: New Vegas is now playable on Xbox One

Fallout: New Vegas is the newest major Xbox 360 title to join the Xbox One's growing catalogue of backwards compatible games.


Fallout 4 Review // The Wasteland Never Changes

It's been seven years since Fallout 3 originally released in late October 2008, a huge game that many could hardly believe ran on last generation consoles. It's hard to believe it's been that long, but in that time a lot of things have changed for open world video games. Games like Grand Theft Auto V and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have proven that you can have a large open world and still have your game look beautiful while maintaining a (relatively) steady framerate on consoles. After seven years and a ton of innovation in the industry, can Fallout 4 stand out as the best current gen open world experience?


Bethesda Teasing Fallout Announcement With Countdown

Fallout is coming. Please stand by.


Mad Max Gameplay Trailer Evokes Batman Arkham, Fallout, and Twisted Metal

Warner Bros. Interactive has released a meaty new gameplay trailer for Mad Max, and it looks like an intoxicating blend of concepts and mechanics from other great games. The melee combat looks like it mixes the fluidity of Batman Arkham's group-focused combat with the sheer brutality and environmental interaction of The Last of Us. The vehicle you tear around the wasteland in, the Magnum Opus, is fully customizable, allowing players to change its look and outfit it with a variety of weaponry to combat the gangs that roam the desert.