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If you have played Fallout 4 and made it too far without fragging Preston Garvey, you know the frustration. No matter how many settlements you help he always wants more. Stop beating on that damn fan with a hammer Preston and go do some work yourself.
I’ve spent a lot of time playing Fallout 4, enough to know super mutants are giant green wussies that die easily. The only ones I really hate are the Suiciders that run up and try to blow you up with a mini nuke.
Very few things in video games scare me for even half a second, but the sight of a Deathclaw in Fallout 4 usually sends shivers down my spine. These things will really ruin an otherwise pleasant walk through the wasteland.
In Fallout 4 it seems like I find boxes of Sugar Bombs cereal everywhere I go. It’s only slightly less prolific than bottles of Nuka Cola. I’ve often wondered what Nuka Cola tastes like, I assume it’s sort of like generic Coke (or maybe the sticky sweet “New Coke”).
I am a big fan of Fallout 4 but after years of neglecting to upgrade my gaming PC, the graphics aren’t exactly running at their top settings. This high-resolution wall art makes me want to drop some big cash on a new graphics card so that I can play the game and make it look this good.
Thanks to Simone Fontana, you don’t have to risk irradiation and death at the hands of a super behemoth to get the legendary Furious Power Fist. Simone designed a 3D model of the unique Fallout 4 weapon and is sharing it for free.
Threezero has finally unveiled its much awaited Fallout 4 action figure. The sixth scale T-45 Power Armor has incredibly detailed frame and armor. Threezero says the armor pieces are detachable and are interchangeable with those on upcoming Power Armor figures.
Look at the images here. These aren’t screen captured right out of Fallout 4; these are pictures of a dude dressed up in costume. The is impressive costume was created by Arcanum Order and the effect is spectacular.
In Fallout 4, It never fails that right after I jump over to my favorite settlement, strip out of my power armor, and use the last of my aluminum and adhesive to repair my battle damage, I run into a Deathclaw.
I’ve lived in apartments before; they seem to be beacons for idiots. The first time I went on a date with my wife decades ago, we came back to find her idiot brother had driven his little stick shift car off the four-foot wall in front of her apartment.
There’s really only one weapon you need to kill everything in Fallout 4… The Fat Man. For those unaware, this gun shoots mini-nukes. It’s awesome. And YouTuber ZaziNombies has recreated the weapon in LEGO form. Look out, Deathclaws.
Since I am currently completely absorbed by Fallout 4, and Christmas is almost here, these sweet decorations caught my eye. If you want to put together an awesome Christmas tree this year, you will need these cool Vault Boy ornaments.
I’m not sure how I missed the resemblance between Fallout 4’s Paladin Danse and Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear. Now that this mod has turned up painting his power armor green, white, and giving Danse a purple head covering, I’m surprised I missed it.