Posts Tagged ‘Fallout’
Fallout 4 is reportedly being researched right now in the city of Boston, with a focus on the Massachusetts Institute Of Technology.
Fallout Online, the cancelled Interplay MMO also known as Project V13 may never see the light of day. But its concept art was truly stunning. Here Natiq Aghaev, who created art for the game’s website, tells his side of the story.
An in-depth look at Epic reveals the secrets of the Unreal Engine 4, as well as an exclusive interview with Cliff Bleszinski on the Gears of War franchise and the latest entry, Gears of War: Judgment. We also dissect Microsoft Surface, get hands-on with the Wii U and investigate the Fallout MMO.
Veteran Wasteland and Fallout game designer Chris Avellone thinks so…
In an exclusive interview, Wasteland 2 producer Brian Fargo outlines more plans for the fan-funded sequel and details some of the similarities it shares with Fallout.
You may not have heard of Inon Zur, but you’ve definitely heard his music. He’s composed the soundtrack for games as diverse as Fallout 3, Crysis, Dragon Age: Origins and Everquest, and he’s not slowing down. We talk to the composer about how the world of videogame music has changed over the past ten years.
New issue on sale now, featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes access to LittleBigPlanet 2 where Media Molecule speaks on the delay and the trials of putting together the most versatile game in years. Elsewhere, we get to check out Resistance 3 and Rock Of Ages, while Platinum’s Atsushi Inaba talks about what the future holds for the coninually outstanding developer.
Having played Obsidian Entertainment’s follow-up to Bethesda Softwork’s masterpiece, we’ve found that lightning really can strike twice, even if it does clip straight through the floor.