Welcome back to our Wasteland Survival Guide for Fallout 4. In case you have missed out on what we have covered so far be sure to check back on part one for our balanced starting guide and part two for everything you need to know about the companions. Today we…
Almost everyone that has played a video game since their original conception will have imagined what it would be like to create a game based on an established franchise. Whether it would be the exploits of a lead character as he works day shifts at the local tavern, creating a…
AGDQ 2016 wrapped up over the weekend and it was a fantastic week of speedruns. You had the TASbot breaking games in ridiculous ways, people speedrunning certain games blindfolded as well as various runs of incredibly difficult titles. There were so many great runs from this year’s AGDQ and I…
MMOs had a great year in 2015, with WildStar doing MMO action combat fairly well, Skyforge adding a greater level of flexibility in specing your character class while Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns added some meaty endgame content and a big new area to one of the most successful…
Now we don't want to get your hopes up, but it seems that our little squirrel friend Conker might be about to make his big comeback. No not that rubbish in Project Spark, that was just the warm up act. Professional Wrestler and actor Ken Anderson posted this image of…
It’s a sad fact of the gaming industry that not all games make it to the end of the development cycle. Sometimes the money runs out, sometimes the developers face serious technical issues that can’t be overcome and sometimes everybody involved makes terrible decisions at every possible turn. Prey 2…
Welcome back to the VGU Wasteland Survival Guide where we can help you out in the world of Fallout 4 with some handy know-how and tricks of the trade. In case you missed it, Part 1 of our guide goes over the start of the game and how you can…
2015 has been the year in which the big RPG franchises have all made their next-gen appearances. We've seen the likes of Xenoblade and the ever brilliant Fallout storm back onto shelves with big and bold titles that enthralled the masses. There was something for everyone this year, but it when it…
Although it has only been in the public spotlight for a few years, episodic gaming has risen to become of one of the most popular genres of the current generation. Whether they are released weeks or months apart, each of them brings a unique window of perspective into the world…
Deciding the winner of Best Indie was a tough one, seeing as there has been a fair number of great indies released this year. There’s been the beautiful Ori and the Blind Forest, the addicting Rocket League and the engaging Her Story, to name but a few of the many…
It’s been a big year for shooters with Call of Duty Black Ops III bringing fans a sense of relief after a few shaky titles in the series. We also had Star Wars: Battlefront release with fantastic visuals and easy pick-up-and-play mechanics, though it was found wanting by many a…
As we approach the end of Smash 4’s developmental life cycle and have had just over a year with the game, I think it is a good a time as any to have a look back over this year and just take stock of all the changes we’ve seen, as…
In a miraculous Direct which has caused any equal amount of salt and excitement, the final two characters for Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS are Corrin from the new Fire Emblem Fates and Bayonetta from the Bayonetta series. Very similar to how Roy was revealed in the…
So you have either just started the game up, been playing for a good while or you’re ready to start a new character. Well in this handy guide we hope to give to you all the help you need to survive this newly discovered wasteland of the Commonwealth. In part…
Star Wars Battlefront is back. After a long hiatus, EA and DICE have rebooted the series with this latest entry, which is obviously too cool to have a number at the end of its name and therefore will be called Star Wars Battlefront. It’s not to be confused with Star…
Now, I wonder what the premise of this game could be? Announced at PSX 2015 and by new studio No Goblin, 100ft Robot Golf is a game where the title needs no explaining. You play as a 100ft robot, playing golf across cities, the Moon and various other ridiculous locales.…
2015 has been the year of the great big sandbox. We’ve had The Witcher 3, Phantom Pain, Fallout 4, Mad Max, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and to round a year of fast travelling, endlessly repeating quests and universally weak plot lines, we have Just Cause 3. Just Cause 2 was held…
Dear Konami, We’re a small site and we can only do what we do here with the support of the large video game publishers who send us review copies of games early, provide us with press resources and the like. Konami are one such company who we have been lucky…
The Danganronpa series has gone from strength to strength since it's initial release for the PSP in 2011, and it's localisation back in 2013 for the PlayStation Vita. After two main games and a spin off title, Spike Chunsoft have held a Danganronpa Press Conference event earlier today to show…
These celebrity cameos are getting a bit out of hand. I mean Conan O'Brien and Kevin Smith showing up in LEGO Batman 3 was pretty weird, but now UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has turned up in Star Wars Battlefront. No, I'm not kidding. Well I mean I am,…
After the suspicious trademark of the name 'Valkyria of the Blue Revolution' last month by SEGA, it has been officially revealed in this week's Famitsu that this is indeed the 4th game of the Valkyria series, headed to PS4 in Japan next winter. This installment, now called Valkyria: Azure Revolution,…