Fallout 4 Features
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A look at the various mods that are remaking the United States in the series’ classic retro-futurism style.
We reexamine Fallout 4 in the wake of Fallout 76's release and find that it holds up better than you might think.
With insight from designers, what Fallout's iconic device tells us about its ever-changing post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Dogmeat found something: A real-life doppelganger.
There's another chance at getting the fabled Pip-Boy edition.
OPINION | If singer Dion DiMucci is determined to make Fallout 4 look like a murder simulator, he should do a little homework first.
Even digital dogs need a belly-rub from time to time.
Skyrim told us a million bite-sized stories, and we're starving for more. Unfortunately, The Elder Scrolls VI isn't coming any time soon.
Watch as Kat uses the new tools in Fallout 4's Contraptions DLC to kickstart a new industrial revolution.
I have settlements to build. So many settlements.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Kat, Nadia, and Bob share the love for Dragon Quest. Plus, Mike drops by to discuss the new Witcher 3 and Fallout 4 DLC.
PODCAST: Let the friendly USgamer staff help you get through the rest of the week.
Come join Kat at 4pm PT/7pm ET as she explores the latest Fallout 4 DLC.
PART NINE: When we had a few idle moments to kill, these games did the killing—with style!
PART SIX: The most memorable storylines of the year. (Spoilers, maybe?)
PART THREE: Who was 2015's breakout video game character? The USgamer team name their faves, but in the end there can only be one.
PART TWO: Do you weep for your vanishing free time whenever a publisher announces another massive open-wold game? We pick the must-play sandbox space of 2015.
The Fallout 4 mod community is buzzing along. Try out the best of these performance-enhancing PC downloads.
On this week's episode of Axe of the Blood God we wonder whatever happened to Dogmeat, lament the demise of Imageepoch and a class of JRPG developers, and celebrate Valkyria: Azure Revolution. Plus: Our Fallout 4 giveaway results!
The team returns to action at long last to waffle a bit about the past week's biggest games.
Many love Fallout and Bethesda, to the point that it feels like the developer can do no wrong.
The Fallout 4 mod community is already buzzing along. Try out the best of the first wave of performance-enhancing downloads!
We've seen video game prologues like this before, but a trip to a world free of nuclear horror makes Fallout 4's worthwhile.
Bethesda proves once again that with video games, nothing's easy.
Dogmeat's cool and all, but when the world's against you, nothing's more important than a capable friend.
Turns out we got a bit of a sneak preview of Fallout 4 way back in 2008.
Bethesda wants a hefty system for the latest Fallout, especially when it comes to CPUs.
Plus: DOOM goes back to its roots, and ambition trumps all in Fallout 4.
This show holds a lot of promise for RPGs, like a possible Dragon Quest VII release. Will our hopes be realized, or dashed?
Bethesda takes the wraps off of the anticipated RPG sequel.
The inaugural entry in our weekly RPG blog tackles Fallout 4, "the essence of RPGs," and the Retro RPG of the Week.