Bethesda didn’t have a ton of games, but what they showed was quality. Elder Scrolls, Fallout and a new franchise. They did not disappoint… yet. They better release that Samsung Skyrim title. I need to justify buying a fridge with a screen on it :-).Read More
One of the best things about E3 is always when new things are announced and seeing what is planned for the next year. Bethesda is on year two of having a show case and here is what I think about what they have announced.Read More
I know I am posting this a tad late (understatement of the week). But Fallout 4 was announced! There is even a rumor that it will come this year! While I honestly didn't play Fallout: New Vegas I loved Fallout 3. And I love the fact that Dogmeat will continue to make an appearance as a companion. Of the few NPCS that you will lose hours of progress to if he dies.
You know the recipe; the world has a high level of technology and the world is getting ready to come to an end due to some event (in this case asteroids), so let’s setup a way to save humanity. In this case they create Arks and place people in cryogenic stasis in them so they will survive the catastrophe. It seems like an awesome and great plan, so what are the chances that things actually work as planned? If you are thinking not so well, then you’re right on the mark. 107 years later you wake up and you are the only survivor of your Ark. The other stasis pods failed and now your fellow Ark mates are dried up husks. You leave the Ark and walk outside to what should be a nearly deserted world and almost get taken out by a bandit. You are saved at the last second by Dan Hagar who gives you a crash course in the Wasteland. The short story is that the world did not go boom, there were survivors, but things have still gone to hell. There are bandits, mutants (which you can’t loot mostly, bastards) and the Authority.