Hey, so Fallout 4 is less than five months away. Pretty crazy right? Especially considering we knew little to nothing about the game a month or so ago. Then came that awesome trailer, and then last week a full reveal at E3. Now we know a whole lot about Fallout 4. So such so that we had to pull it all together. Here's everything we know so far.
One of the surprise announcements at Bethesda's first ever pre-E3 press event this year, was the existence of a tablet and smartphone game built around building and managing your own Fallout universe Vault, it was made available on iOS immediately after the presser, but with no Android version in sight.
The latest Ratchet & Clank, which is based on the movie which is based on the game, is headed to PlayStation 4 and looks phenomenal. It proves that the action-platformer should be a genre that we see more. If only because they can now look as impressive and detailed as a blockbuster computer-generated animated film.
Anticipating the release of Metal Gear Solid V? Cool, me too. Hey, would you be interested in seeing a demo of the game in action? Lets say a lengthy video covering everything from a look at weapon, vehicle, and costume customization to a run through of some of the missions. How would that sound? Cool, cool. Thought you'd be interested. Click through to see just that, courtesy of IGN.
It's a battle that has been waging for a number of years now, AMD versus Nvidia. Whose cards of graphics are the best value for money, the most powerful, and can run Crysis 3 at 4K resolution. At a steady clip of 60 fps no less. One of the issues with being the most powerful has always been size and cooling, which enthusiasts haven't really been all that bothered with as card sizes have grown from big to monstrous in recent times. Until now of course. Introducing the AMD Radeon Fury X, a water-cooled new entry in the field of high-end graphics cards.