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Where To Find Fallout 4's Rare Alien Blaster Weapon

Fallout veterans know about the “Alien Blaster,” a special (and powerful) weapon that’s made an appearance in every Fallout game in the franchise to date. Here’s a video guide on how you’ll find it in Fallout 4. Written instructions below, too!

I Finally Like My Xbox One

I didn’t realise I hated my Xbox One until I loaded Fallout 3 on it and felt all warm and fuzzy when I saw the Xbox 360 logo and heard the Xbox 360 theme. It was Thursday, and it was the first time my Xbox One has ever made me feel warm and fuzzy. All it took was for Microsoft to start putting an Xbox 360 inside it.

Role-Play As A Post-Apocalyptic Tourist In Fallout 4

Approaching Fallout 4 like a tourist isn’t easy. There aren’t as many Bostonians around as there are in present-day Massachusetts, and there are more Super Mutants and feral dogs. (I’m not saying it’s worse in the 23rd century.) Still, there is a sightseeing tour.

I Don't Think It's Legal To Do That With A Ladder

Today on Highlight Reel we have ladders, invisible chairs, NPCs that love trains, Call of Duty streaks and much more!

Could A Video Game Start A Religion?

I’m a confirmed believer in the church of video games, a sect whose faith has been rewarded over the past decade, as games have sailed easily over the hurdles that have been placed in front of them by the apostates. No one really disputes anymore that games can make us cry, make us laugh, teach our children, train our soldiers, or advance political arguments. Is there anything games can’t do?

In Halo 5, Even The Dead Can Kill

Today on Highlight Reel we have corpse grenade kills, the Star Wars “Canon”, very illegal wrestling moves, nice villages, and much more!

Forget No Man's Sky, I'm Getting Hyped To Play Some Spore

In the fall of 2006, the New Yorker and the New York Times Magazine published dueling Spore previews in the span of four weeks. John Seabrook, writing in the New Yorker, said that the game was “anticipated with something like the interest with which writers in Paris in the early twenties awaited Joyce’s Ulysses.” Steven Johnson, writing in the New York Times Magazine, predicted that the game would help change humanity’s conception of itself by fixing a perspective he dubbed “the long zoom” in the popular imagination. He hypothesized that a classroom of fourth graders could spend an entire year playing the game and learning from it.

Rebel Punches AT-AT To Death

Today on Highlight Reel we have a strong right hook at the Battle of Hoth, lucky and skillful headshots, skeletons, decoys and much more!

Three Minutes Of Fighting Over A Half-Naked Man In Assassin's Creed Syndicate

Where is a guy supposed to dump a body around here? Here is a three-minute video — taken from a late-game mission but devoid of spoilers — from Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, a game I quite like. The setup: Jacob Frye, the assassin I’m controlling, has just knocked out a British royal guardsman and stolen his uniform. Next, he’s (we’re?) supposed to stash the body somewhere before escaping, hopefully without being seen.

Assassin's Creed Syndicate: The Kotaku Review

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate is — wait for it — an Assassin’s Creed game, with all that that implies.

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