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  1. Skyrim 2.0 Is Go... Hello and welcome to yet another instalment of Open Letters! In this “weekly” column I write an open letter to something relating to news, or I respond to a letter sent in from one of you, the readers! (if you want to send in a question/concern for me to write about, email me at: [email protected]) This week however this article/column/trash-heap is aimed at Elder Scrolls VI Rumours. Rumours, they've ruined High School Prom, they've ruined your chances with Scarlett Johansson or Leonardo DiCaprio and now they're going to ruin your hopes and dreams of having Elder Scrolls 6 any time in the future. Pete Hines is the Vice President of PR/Marketing at Bethesda and he had some lovely words to say earlier this year about the upcoming sequel to Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim; what were those words? "Elder Scrolls VI is happening, but not any time s**n" The game itself has been described as "Skyrim 2", by Hines himself which leads to the thoughts of where the game will actually take place. My money is on Valenwood, since the Thalmor had a part in the war in Skyrim - but we have yet to see. The game itself will begin production as soon as the Fallout 4 DLC has stopped churning out, which should be by the end of the year - which means if they begin working on the game at the start of 2017 we may have the game itself out in 2019 or 2020 depending on game scale and if pre-production has already begun. So after getting your hopes up I shall now provide, my open letter to the Rumours of Elder Scrolls 6. Hello. I've heard you may be at E3 this year, we both know that's not true and I don't appreciate getting any hopes up for seeing the next instalment in this amazing franchise so please just don't rear your head on the internet again until you're ready to show yourself off. Thanks. Where will the game be? What role will you play? Will Talos ever be a God again? Guess we're going to have to wait to find out. Image credit: Christian Post
  2. You're Going To Die Today Todd Howard (AKA Game Developer God) discussed the upcoming Survival Mode that is debuting in Fallout 4 in April. The mode is currently in Beta on Steam for those of you PC players out there who wish to give it a go, for those of us on console we are to expect it in April. When? We have no idea, Todd Howard doesn't like release dates. What can you expect in this new mode? Todd laid it out for us: Saving With Sleep - The only way to save the game is to find a bed and sleep for at least an hour. No Fast Travel - You know that settlement across the Commonwealth that's being attacked? You have to walk there, the entire way there. Hardcore Damage - You deal out more damage, but you also take a lot more, stay safe kids. Threats On Compass - They're being removed, so you can literally walk right into a pack of bandits, or that Deathclaw you've been avoiding. Adrenaline - This is a new perk that provides a bonus to damage output by killing things, lots of things. Although sleeping will remove the effect so keep that in mind. Needs - No it's not The Sims, but you will need to eat, sleep and drink to ensure that you stay in fighting shape! Fatigue - Walking is hard, this affects your Action Points - the more fatigued you are, the less you can sprint or use VATS to get those easy kills. Wellness - Crippled limbs are no longer healed by Stimpacks, nor are effects removed by using them. Carry Weight - All ammunition will now weigh you down depending on size of calibre, as well as your legs will give out if you carry too much. Companions - No longer get back up if downed by combat - they run back to a settlement to heal up, wastelanding is hard work. Will you be taking on Survival Mode when it gets released some ambiguous time in April? Let us know below or on the forums! Thanks to Youtube channel Open World Games for the title picture!
  3. An Adventure Through The Commonwealth I am 50 hours into Fallout 4, I have beaten the main storyline not once, but twice and one would think that after such a period that I've finally found enough of my time to come write this review. This is absolutely not the case, I wish nothing more than to be playing Fallout 4 rather than sat here writing these words. Despite closing off the main story line (which is much longer than I had expected) twice, I still find myself wanting to go back and explore every inch of the world that Bethesda has hand-crafted. Let's delve into what it's like during the first 50 hours and for those of you who haven't played - this is an entirely spoiler free/honest review of my experience with Bethesda's new offering. Let me begin by saying that Metacritic is not an informed place to make a decision on purchasing a video game. I say this due to the abhorrent reviews that Fallout 4 has received since it's launch with many players choosing to give Fallout a 0/10 which has completely bombed the overall score; no game deserves a 0/10 - no matter how completely disgusting it may be. Therefore take the following images with a grain of salt - the professional reviews have a much higher score than the user reviews, as you can see with your special, special eyes. At the beginning of Fallout 4, you glimpse into the world of 2077, the year the bombs dropped and The Great War began - for reasons I'll leave out (spoilers!) you wake up 200 years later after exiting Vault 111. The first thing you notice about Fallout 4 is that, unlike predecessors, this game is vibrant and full of colour. The vibrance does not stop at the colour scheme, immediately upon being thrust into this new wasteland you notice all of the nuances that make it a Fallout game. The songs on the radio, the characters you meet, the places you visit all feel familiar but they don't feel re-used which is a trap Bethesda games usually fall victim to. Speaking of traps that Bethesda games fall victim to, gun physics in previous iterations have been clunky. This time around Todd Howard looked to other games for inspiration: "In a new story by Game Informer, “The Making of Fallout 4,” director Todd Howard admitted that Destiny was a perfect template because it shares some crucial technical similarities to Fallout 4. Specifically, how Destiny presents action at 30fps, the exact framerate that Fallout 4 will run. Bethesda also hired former Bungie developer Josh Hamrick to concentrate “intently on tuning firearms." Source Bethesda's new acquisition proved to be a success as each gun in Fallout 4 has its own weight and feel to it as you shoot; this, along with all of the modifications you can make to the guns included in the game, will have you testing what works best for you long into the span of the game. Leaving out the Main Storyline, the side quests for the games 4 factions along with the all new Settlement Builder feature (think The Sims: Wasteland / Junk Scavenger 2015) will keep you busy until the DLC comes out starting in early 2016 and Mod support coming to Xbox One/PS4 in 2016 as well: “Just like Skyrim, there are mods that can break your game pretty wildly, and so we have some safety things on the console for that, but at the same time, we are going to let people break their game,” game director Todd Howard explained to IGN. Source The Settlement Building is the dark horse in Fallout 4, initially it didn't appeal to me all that much - however once I began to build, the rest of the game became extremely unimportant to me. Needless to say I spent four hours building a castle and then realized I ran out of components to build with. Finally, all of the discarded coffee cups and wrenches you run into have use as you can scrap them down into materials to build a settlement for the settlers of The Commonwealth. Allow me to finish with this: Fallout 4 is not Fallout 3. It is not New Vegas. And yet, it feels like an extension of those games - it takes the good parts of previous iterations and improves upon MOST (famous Bethesda bugs not withstanding) of the issues that plagued the series in the past. If you are a fan of Fallout, you may not like this game, simply for the fact that it is indeed, different. If you have never played Fallout in your life I encourage you to give it a chance - in fact even if you have played Fallout I encourage you to give this game the time to grow on you before you give it a 0/10 rating. With that said and done Fallout 4 gets a 9/10 - do you agree? Oh yeahs! New gun physics bring new life to fights Features like Settlements add new gameplay elements Mods coming to console Oh bollocks! The normal glitchy Bethesda offering Companions have little back-story What do you like/dislike about the game? Let us know below or on the forums! [gallery columns=5" link="file" ids="3627,3628,3629,3633,3634] All images obtained from Fallout 4 Wiki
  4. Bethesda And Turn 10 Partner Up To Bring A Little Fallout To Forza! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtC03CnbMKM Fallout fans and Forza Motorsport fans rejoice! Bethesda Studios and Turn 10 Studios have teamed up to give a taste of the upcoming Fallout 4, due for release November 10th, in Turn 10 Studios' latest member of the Forza franchise, Forza Motorsport 6. As part of the partnership, players of Fallout 4 on Xbox One will receive the Chryslus Rocket 69, a fictional car from the Fallout universe, which will be made available in Forza Motorsport 6 in 2016. In addition, Forza Motorsport 6 players will receive an exclusive Fallout 4-themed version of the 1956 Ford F100 in the game. With an iconic Vault Boy theme, this Fallout 4 version of the F100 will be sent to Forza 6 players today in celebration of the upcoming Nov. 10 launch of Fallout 4 on Xbox One. Source: forzamotorsport.net So strap on your Pip-Boy, grab your remote and enter the Forza Motorsport 6 Vault to test drive your Vault Boy themed F100! [gallery link=file" columns="2" ids="3397,3398]
  5. UPDATE: June 14th, 2015. The Bethesda E3 conference is over and boy, was that a good serving of all things Fallout. Check it out below at 1:05:15. The countdown has ended and the trailer has been revealed. See it in all its glory below as the site is getting slaughtered due to the amount of visitors trying to use it. [subhead]Fallout 4 Official Trailer & Screenshots[/subhead] Bethesda releases high-res screenshots from the Fallout 4 trailer - PC Gamer Is Fallout 4 finally going to be announced? It looks likely seeing as the tweet below was just posted on the official Bethesda Game Studios account and the link leads to a website with a countdown in the imitable style of the series. So #PleaseStandBy as requested and let's see what happens when the counter reaches 00:00:00. :cool: [media=twitter]605744940006670337[/media] screencap of tweet:
  6. UPDATE: It's not FallOut 4. :hmmm: This vine video showed up as of 2 hours ago via the @Bethblog twitter account. Is it hinting towards FallOut 4 and it's announcement? We hope so! :D [media=twitter]324176110571098113[/media]
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