Fallout 4 Review

Developed by:Bethesda Game Studios
Published by: Bethesda Softworks
Platforms: PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, PC (tested)
Price: $59.99

Fallout 4 made me remember why I love video games. It’s the kind of game that’s so absorbing you will forgo eating, drinking, or sleeping to play. It’s the kind of game you’ll get up off the couch to turn off and only realize later that a half hour has gone by and you’re still standing there, controller in hand, before giving up and just sitting back down to play. It’s a game where there’s always something more to be done, another location to be explored or new problem to fix, some new enemy around the corner that needs to be turned to ash with a laser rifle.

Fallout Shelter Now Live on Android Platforms

Bethesda's mobile simulation app, Fallout Shelter, is now available in the Google Play store! The app is free to download on your Android platform, and includes the latest updates to the game.

Fallout Series Late Summer Releases

Fallout Shelter, the mobile simulation title that was released on iOS during this year's E3 press conferences, will be coming soon to the Android platform. The app will be available for free via Google Play on August 13th and will include the latest updates, including the premium reward companion Mr. Handy.

E3: Press Conference Recaps

E3 is always a hectic time filled with announcements, with many new reveals and updated information unleashed over a flurry of press conferences. We've collected our conference recaps into one spot for you to catch up on anything you may have missed!

Bethesda at E3: Conference Highlights

With more press conferences added to the E3 mix this year, Bethesda took the reigns Sunday to kick things off. New games such as Elder Scrolls Legends and Dishonored 2 were announced, and the studio also highlighted Fallout 4 and Doom.

All Events: Bethesda, Xbox, EA, Ubisoft, Playstation, Nintendo, Square Enix, PC Gaming

Fallout 4 Confirmed

After years of waiting, gamers can rejoice: Fallout 4 has finally been revealed! Dubbed the "next-generation of open world gaming," the world premiere of the game will occur during Bethesda's E3 conference at 7pm PT on Sunday, June 14th.

The game is being developed for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One; no release time frame has been set as of yet, though pre-orders are already available on the official site.

Elder Scrolls Online Welcome Back Weekend

If you haven't played Elder Scrolls Online since beta you're in luck! All TESO beta participants who didn't purchase the game are invited back for a free weekend of play. The Welcome Back Weekend will officially start this morning at 10am EDT and last through Monday, April 20th, at 10am EDT. Experience The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited and witness the many content updates, fixes, and improvements added since beta.

Log in for two hours or more during the Welcome Back Weekend to be entered in in the giveaway. Ten winners will be randomly selected at the end of the Welcome Back Weekend—no game purchase required. You can see all the prizes on the Community Blog.

Elder Scrolls Online: The Road Ahead

The Elder Scrolls Online launched earlier this year and Game Director Matt Frior took the opportunity to look back on 2014 and ahead to what's next in 2015.

The Evil Within: Behind the Scenes

We're only month away from the October 14th release of The Evil Within. It's the newest horror game from Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil), the "father of survival horror."

Opening up the doors to development is Tango Gameworks & Bethesda. Take a look!

Elder Scrolls Online: Now on Steam

Bethesda suddenly announced earlier today that The Elder Scrolls Online would be available on Steam "later today." That time has already arrived, and here are a few things to note: