(click the pic to see the teaser trailer from today's anniversay live stream)
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Saturday, November 7, 2015
It's not a secret that many people (that are not reviewers) have obtained copies of the final game early and are posting their experiences on Reddit. Some are being dicks and posting and PM'ing spoilers to random Reddit users. But I found this post that actually provides some good info to help those of us who are planning to put in some serious time and start our Fallout 4 journey with the right character build and mindset without any story spoilers.
The OP also does a good job of comparing their experience with the Witcher 3 to Fallout 4 and providing examples of areas where one does a better job than the other. The only thing maybe a little "spoilery" are the 3 perks from the Charima tree that the OP discusses but it's nothing that takes away from the game - just saved me a bunch of time and headache and makes me feel more prepared for my plan of attack. If that sounds good to you, click the pic to go to the Reddit post. And do a search for "Witcher 3" to see where they compare it with Fallout 4.
Friday, November 6, 2015
Thursday, November 5, 2015
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
New Graphic Tech In The Creation Engine
Tiled Deferred Lighting
Screen Space Reflections
Bokeh Depth of Field
Screen Space Ambient Occlusion
Custom Skin and Hair Shading
Dynamic Dismemberment using Hardware Tessellation
Gamma Correct Physically Based Shading
PipBoy App Already Available
(click pic to go to the Google app store)
Fallout 4's Gunplay Inspired by Destiny
Bethesda also hired Josh Hamrick, who worked at Bungie for 6 years and was their senior gameplay designer, to focus on Fallout 4's firearms. Destiny may be shallow and lack substance but its solid shooting mechnics were the only thing that kept it fun.
Friday, October 30, 2015
(click pic for preview video)
This game wasn't anywhere on my radar but it looks like Myst in space. You can get a Steam and DRM version for $16 for both directly through their website here.