While there are plenty of horror games that bring the scares, there’s also a number of non-horror games with scary moments, and these 10 stand out the most.
One gamer blazes through all of the titles within the publisher and developer Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG compendium, Fallout Anthology, in under two hours.
Some of the best video games are open world, and from Assassin’s Creed 2 to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, we name the 10 best titles the genre has to offer.
If there is anyone who still can’t decide between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, may we suggest one of these five fictional video game presidents for a write-in vote?
One truly skilled Fallout 3 player plays through all of the materials for Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic role-playing game and completes it without healing.
Germany officially lifts its ban on Fallout 3, which could mean that Bethesda is working on putting out a re-release of the popular post-apocalyptic RPG.
One Fallout 4 player uses the post-apocalyptic RPG’s settlement-building tools to recreate Tenpenny Tower, one of the most famous locations from Fallout 3.
One extremely dedicated Fallout 3 fan plays through Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG to beat it in just under 15 minutes, setting a brand new world record.
This Fallout 4 comic takes a funny look at how player behavior has changed since the release of Fallout 3 and where players rank their priorities now.
Bethesda has filled post-apocalyptic Boston in Fallout 4 with a lot of fun Easter Eggs and references. However, these 13 Fallout 4 Easter Eggs are the most interesting.
A new video releases, showcasing the major differences between Fallout 3 and Fallout 4’s overall graphics, character design, lighting, and animations.
Fans discover that the Fallout 4 Xbox One promotion that gives a free copy of Fallout 3 to people who pre-ordered or purchase digitally expires early next year.
In celebration of Fallout 4’s release today, Game Rant ranks our 10 favorite post-apocalyptic weapons from the Bethesda-developed series’ history on console.
Microsoft announces the initial 104 titles, including many fan favorites, that will be available on the Xbox One when the backward compatibility feature launches November 12th.
Bethesda and Steam offer a major discount on all existing Fallout titles and several Fallout compilations, slashing the cost of each game to under ten dollars.
In anticipation of Fallout 4’s release, Game Rant looks back throughout Fallout’s history and picks the best perks included in Bethesda’s series thus far.
Thanks to Fallout 4, Fallout Shelter, and re-releasing the classic games in the series as well, Bethesda is making sure that 2015 is remembered as the year of Fallout.