the outer worlds
Making video games is weird as hell.
A game largely about reading text should have more options to read that text however you want.
Parvati has become a rallying cry for a group of marginalized people who rarely see themselves depicted with such care and nuance.
Early games borrowed wholecloth systems from tabletop RPGs, but now they should borrow from the design principles guiding the current vibrant TTRPG scene.
I was so sure of the choice I was going to make, until my companion character made a last minute pitch.
The dark comedy satirizes capitalist exploitation, but also a lot of the people it exploits.
If you're looking for a familiar feeling follow up to 'Fallout: New Vegas,' this is it. If you want something radical and new, though, keep looking.
This is especially problematic when you're trying to analyze a game at a limited preview event put on by the game's publisher!
Obsidian and Private Division are taking shots at the company town mentality, in a new sci-fi comedy take on the modern Fallout.
Waypoint Radio breaks down all of the news from Microsoft and Bethesda's press conferences.
And no, not only because our expectations were low.