Category: News

New Vegas Expands X4

Lonesome Road, the fourth add-on for Fallout: New Vegas will be avaialble on Xbox 360 Marketplace, PlayStation Network, and Steam later today.In Lonesome Road you are contacted by the original Courier Six, a man by the name of Ulysses who refused to deliver the Platinum Chip at the start of Fallout: New Vegas.

M3: My Morning Musings

John Carmack, as noted in our QuakeCon 2011 Coverage, is a “friggin genius.” This guys spouts off phrases that go over 98% of heads in the geekiest of all audiences. Truly one of the smartest and best Programmers ever to grace the videogame industry.We spent some time with RAGE yesterday and my early thoughts are WOW! This game is just amazing.

M3: My Morning Musings

Nintendo is talking about the Wii U price and release except they won’t reveal them until sometime in 2012. Satoru Iwata is worried that the recent price drop on the 3DS may give people a negative reaction to any further Wii U announcements. Since Nintendo peed on the hardcore, and early 3DS adopters, this is probably a good idea.

M3: My Morning Musings

I am really excited about Diablo III and can’t wait to play it. However, I am a bit sad that if my Internet connection goes off, so does the gameplay. Even if you are playing solo, you will be required to have an active internet connection.

Witcher 2 for X360 Delayed

Were you one of the gamers hoping to get their hands on the Xbox 360 port of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings in 2011? Sorry, but you are going to have to wait just a bit longer as CD Projekt RED has delayed the title until sometime in Q1 2012.

Want a Skyrim Demo? Betheda Responds

Are you one of the millions of fans eagerly anticipating the release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim?  Do you like to play a demo to get an early taste of a game before release?  Unfortunately, those looking to get their hands on a demo of Skyrim may be waiting for eternity as Craig Lafferty, from Bethesda, stated:“No, we won’t be doing a

Final Fantasy Failed to Make Steam

Wanting to play Final Fantasy VII and VIII on your PC via Steam? Square attempted to provide players with this but it seems the project did not go well and may never see a final release on the digital platform. Originally, these titles came out, on the PC platform, from Eidos–which is now owned by Square Enix.