To celebrate the one year anniversary of Fallout 4, we will be publishing a series of articles which examine various aspects of the most recent release from famed developer Bethesda..
In 2015, Theory of Gaming published an article on the benefits of revisiting video games. The idea is that most games can change drastically when the player has mastered the..
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I’ve always been a bit of a sucker for style over substance. A story can be littered with plot holes and internal inconsistencies, saddled with poor gameplay mechanics, but if..
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