Greetings folks! It’s your friendly neighborhood GotR site contributor. Today I have a trailer to show you for the final DLC for the popular game Fallout 4, Nuka World. It’s a pretty basic gameplay trailer but it seems fairly interesting to me. Check it out for yourself below.
After watching that myself It feels kinda creepy. Whether that’s a good thing or bad has yet to be determined. As for what we’re getting in the new DLC, it appears to be some new settlement/crafting features and items. Some new weapons (obviously). And it looks like it might be in the main Commonwealth zone. All in all this DLC looks pretty cool. Although it does feel more like a gimmick. Here’s hoping it has an interesting story to it. Although it appears to be pretty simple in regards to its narrative.
I’ll admit that most of the DLC for Fallout 4 have been okay at best. Save for Far Harbor of course. Nuka World does look promising but I don’t want to get my hopes up too high. I elect that we just wait and see how Nuka World turns out. We all now what happens when we get overhyped on something and end up being disappointed when it came for its time to shine. I know it’s Bethesda and I know it’ll have issues but what really matters is its content and I’m afraid it’ll be similar to the mediocrity that was Automatron. Here’s hoping I’m wrong.
So what did you think of the gameplay trailer for Fallout 4’s final DLC Nuka World? Did you love it? Hate it? Don’t really care? Let us know in the comments. We’d love to know what you have to say. And don’t forget to check out our YouTube channel and take a gander at our various discussion vidcasts, a new season of discussions starts this fall. As always thanks for stopping by and I’ll see you in the next article. Bye bye!
Microsoft had some cool announcements today, lets take a look!
XBox One S(lim):
XBox Games Montage
XBox: Characters That Matter
XBox Play Anywhere
Gears of War 4 Co-Op Gameplay
XBox One Gears of War 4 Limited Edition Controller:
Killer Instinct: General RAAM announcement:
Killer Instinct: General RAAM trailer:
Forza Horizon 3
Forza 3 Horizons Trailer and Onstage Demo
Dead Rising 4:
Sea of Thieves gameplay and trailer
Sea of Thieves gameplay
State of Decay 2
Halo Wars 2
Halo Wars 2 Multiplayer
XBox Design Lab for the XBox One controller
What new and upcoming from independent developers
We Happy Few
So what do you think? More of the same or do you think there are some real gems here? As always you can lets us know in the forums!
Here is a look at the trailers and previews that happened at the Bethesda E3 2016 Press Conference
Elder Scrolls: Legends:
Fallout 4 DLC, Fallout Shelter Quests/PC Version along with Skyrim: Special Edition:
Doom Showcase and SnapMap:
Elder Scrolls Online Showcase and announcement of Dark Brotherhood/One Tamriel
What did you think of the Bethesda E3 Press Conference? Were you looking forward to anything else? Let us know in the comments!
Hey there folks it’s been a while, did you miss me? I’m sure you did and I apologize for being away for so long but now I’m back to bring you the freaking sweet trailer for the first DLC for Fallout 4, Automatron. You can check it out below.
Looks interesting doesn’t it? At this point in the game all we know is that this first piece of DLC will involve a certain character from a certain third installment of a certain fan-favorite post-apocalyptic franchise. Too much? Perhaps but I thought it was witty and that’s all that counts. From what we’ve seen in that trailer Bethesda Game Studios seems to be adding new and interesting features to the core mechanics of the game and I could not be more excited. When Fallout 4 launched it was great but after beating the game I didn’t feel much need to play it a second time. Automatron might be the DLC we need to give Fallout 4 another go.
And that my friends is the end of yet another article and I’ll do my absolute best to keep bringing the lot of you some more kick ass articles for you to feast your eye’s upon. So what did you think of the first official trailer of Fallout 4’s Automatron DLC? Did you love it? Hate it? Don’t care? Let us know in the comments, we’d love to hear what you have to say. And don’t forget to check out our YouTube channel and take a gander at our various discussions. Thanks for stopping by and I’ll see you at the next article. Bye bye!
For those of you who haven’t heard of Epic Games’ upcoming PS4 and PC Multiplayer Online Battle Arena, Paragon, take a look at the trailer below:
I could sit here geeking out about how visually stunning the game promises to be, but I’ll save that for a review after I’ve played. More interesting than the game itself is Epic Games’ promise that this will not be a pay to win game.
Paragon is designed so that all players can compete and win without ever having to spend money. All Heroes are free, and cards can only be earned by playing the game. The game will never be pay-to-win, meaning we will never sell gameplay-affecting items. We will sell cosmetic items (skins, emotes), boosts and other convenience items, along with Paid Early Access. We’re taking this approach because we believe that competitive games need to be fair for all players.
This is, at least to my knowledge, a big and brave move. Most others I’ve seen will have premium items that make the game easier, even if only slightly. That this game will be a level playing field for all players, regardless of how much they spend, will either be very costly, or a stroke of genius.
I believe it’s a stroke of genius, for three reasons:
- Epic Games is the only company that can publish a game using the Unreal engine, and not have to pay a license fee for each user. That makes it a lot easier for them to give access to this game away for free.
- Epic’s main revenue source isn’t tied in to this game, or any other game they publish. They make more money from other publishers who use Unreal than they do from their own games.
- With many other engines giving away their development kits for free, and now Amazon’s Lumberyard saying that there’s no charge for using it to distribute an offline only game, Unreal need a big, easy to access game that will show off all the things the engine can do.
Taking the above three points into account, it’s easy to see that Epic is doing this to show off Unreal. While they may garner some revenue from the cosmetic packs they will be selling, I doubt it will offset the development cost of the game, but they don’t need to do that, as long as they get a lot of people playing. The more people who play, the more Epic can argue as to the robustness of their game engine, which means they can persuade more studios to use them.
I’ve signed up for the beta (of course) and I’ll be very interested to see whether their move to level the playing field will pay off.
Released today at PlayStation Experience 2015, this trailer for the upcoming full remake of the classic Final Fantasy VII absolutely blew me away. This was the game that really got me into RPGs in the first place, and the thought of it coming back looking like this…enough words. Check it out for yourself!
Holy crap! This game can’t come out soon enough. What do you think? Let us know in the comments!