RPG News

 
  • Sign Up For Your Fallout 4 Loot Crate loot crateFallout collectors may want to keep an eye on the game merch delivery service Loot Crate in the coming months. Loot Crate and Bethesda have announced there will be a special Fallout 4 edition of Loot Crate delivered to the lucky few who can get one.
    It has not been revealed what items are inside the crate (that would defeat the point of Loot Crate) but the company says their Fallout 4-themed handout will be “very limited” and anybody who might think about peeking inside will want to reserve their crates today.
    The Fallout crate will be delivered in November, around the ...
  • Another Fallout 4 Collector’s Edition Announced, This One Australian fallout 4 collector's editionThe Land Down Under is apparently getting a different version of the Fallout 4 Collector’s Edition than the rest of us. Revealed today, it comes with a different pack of physical extras, including a lunchbox to carry it all in (or your meals, if you so choose).
    Inside the lunchbox you will find a 37″ x 10″ Fallout 4 print, a mini bobblehead of Vault Boy, and the game in special Steelbook packaging. This Collector’s Edition will be an exclusive of EB Games (the Australian version, which is still around) and will be available for all versions of Fallout 4: XBox ...
  • Dragon Quest XI Announced For NX — Yes, Nintendo’s NX dragon quest xiEveryone was expecting Dragon Quest XI to be revealed today during Square Enix’s livestream. What nobody expected was for them to announce an NX game — and not only that, but to show footage.
    The presentation, embedded below in Japanese, runs at an hour and forty minutes. Dragon Quest XI is revealed an hour into the video; gameplay footage is shown an hour and ten minutes in.
    https://youtu.be/5Kgmb_k3q5U
    Nintendo’s next console, codenamed the NX, is currently the most top-secret project underway at the company. It’s highly rumored to have a holiday 2016 release date, and mounting evidence seems to point to it, but ...
  • The Fallout 4 Survival Guide Will Release Alongside The Game fallout 4Fallout 4 is going to be a massive game, and it deserves a special kind of guide.
    Hence the Vault Dweller’s Survival Guide, written as if it came out of the Fallout world. It’s 400 pages long and includes detailed instructions on living, working, crafting and surviving in a post-apocalyptic wasteland with only a dog for company.
    Yes, this is technically a strategy guide, a publishing niche you would think had become obsolete, but if that’s what you do indeed think, you haven’t been to the “game” shelf at Barnes and Noble lately. Strategy guides have reinvented themselves and now target a ...
  • The Witcher 3’s Final DLC Is A New Game Plus Mode witcher 3CD Projekt Red promised fans of its most recent release, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, that the game would have 16 separate free DLC downloads eventually. They’re very close to fulfilling that promise as they’ve just announced what their sixteenth and last DLC is. While most of the content has been fairly light (a new costume, ooooo), their last offering is something of use, provided you completed the game or are close to doing so: A New Game Plus.
    The New Game Plus is something every video game that has an ending should include. It’s usually defined as the ability to ...
  • Dragon Quest XI Logo Revealed, Thanks To Leak dragon quest XIAbove you see the blurry image of the logo for the next main game in the Dragon Quest series. It’s blurry because the only copy the media has right now is 200 by 200 pixels. And the reason for that is because no one was supposed to have it yet.
    Square Enix’s new Dragon Quest game will be officially unveiled tomorrow, July 28, during an event that will be livestreamed at 5 PM. That’s Japan time, mind you, so it’ll actually happen when most of us are asleep. We don’t know anything about the game yet. But we do know what ...
  • Bethesda Reveals New Fallout 4 Details At QuakeCon fallout 4Today during QuakeCon, Bethesda revealed some new details about the hotly anticipated Fallout 4, specifically the types of characters you will be meeting in the game.
    They started by describing the dog, which is once again named Dogmeat. This time they based Dogmeat on a real dog — the lead designer’s dog. In order to animate Dogmeat as accurately as possible, they filmed that dog going about its day doing many different things. Bethesda says you will get Dogmeat very early (as soon as you leave the vault, in fact — instant dog!) and you can send him to conduct tasks ...
  • Odin Sphere Will Be Remastered In HD Soon odin sphereIf there’s any PS2 game that deserves the HD treatment, it’s the 2D RPG sidescroller made of beautiful paintings known as Odin Sphere. (That and Okami, which already got an HD remaster years ago.) Thanks to the original developer, Vanillaware, this game WILL be remastered soon, and thanks to Atlus, it will get a North American release.
    But there’s more! You won’t just be buying the same game again with a sharper finish. Vanillaware will be updating the combat and RPG mechanics, and adding some new content. They’re keeping mum on just what will be new, but they do mention additional ...
  • Presenting The Fallout Anthology Package, Complete With Mini-Nuke fallout anthologyIf the announcement for Fallout 4 made you interested in getting into the Fallout series, but you’ve never played any of the previous games before, Bethesda has you covered. Today during QuakeCon 2015, they revealed the Fallout Anthology Package for PC. It comes in the form of a mini-nuke that makes a special bomb sound effect when you push it somewhere (presumably the big red nose).
    Inside the nuke is every title in the Fallout series released to date: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3 (Game of the Year Edition), and Fallout New Vegas (Ultimate Edition). They fit a little ...
  • Famitsu Gives New Info On Project Setsuna During E3 a mysterious trailer was let loose by Square-Enix for a game called Project Setsuna. No gameplay footage or even cutscenes were shown; just several sketches and some moody music, plus drops of water, that suggested sadness or crying.
    This week’s issue of Weekly Famitsu contained an interview where Square-Enix president Yosuka Matsuda gave a tiny scrap of information out about the title. Turns out our suppositions of sadness were right on the money — in fact, that’s what the name is referring to. “Setsuna” is intended to suggest the Japanese word of “setsunasa,” which roughly means “sadness” or “sorrow.”
    If ...