With the release of Fallout 4less than 99 days away, Gamepedia is celebrating Fallout Hype Week on our Fallout Wiki, The Vault. Throughout the week, we’ll be sharing Fallout news, fan creations, and highlighting our awesome Fallout resource.
Experience the life of a simple Orc running a popular tavern inOrcish Inn, a tavern simulation game from Steven Colling. At your tavern, your tasks will include tending to the crops and animals, brewing beer, and serving your inn guests in the evening. The game is set to release this year, but a pre-alpha version is currently available. To learn more about gameplay, visit the Official Orcish Inn Wiki on Gamepedia.
With Gamepedia's new Editor of the Month program well under way, we're proud to present our first ever winner of the title - Taohinton! To learn more about Taohinton's wiki experience, editing skills, and why he was chosen to win, check out our Editor Interview below. If you're interested in becoming Editor of the Month on Gamepedia or if you'd like to nominate someone, you can learn more about the program here.
Summer Games Done Quick 2015 took place all last week, acting as a week long exhibition of high level gaming prowess. The speed running fundraiser, like its sister promotion, Awesome Games Done Quick, showcases the best speed runners in the world doing what they do best to benefit charities all over the world. SGDQ 2015 raised over $1 million dollars this year for Doctors Without Borders, the world health organization known for sending medical professionals to war torn and impoverished countries to provide aid.
When 2K Games announced that Arnold Schwarzenegger would reprise his role as T-800 in the next WWE2K game, a lot of head scratching followed. It wouldn't be the only weird celebrity cameo in a game, but it's definitely one of the most random. Why not just have Arnold be himself? At least he's still a person wrestling other people, and that makes sense. Shortly after, something happened - It all made sense. Movie characters belong no other place but the video game equivalent of the squared circus of a WWE ring. In honor of this epiphany, here's some other classic characters who should lace up some boots.
Skyforge is a stylized MMORPG featuring dynamic content, visceral action-combat, and a variety of character classes. The game is currently in beta, and we’re working to make the Skyforge Wiki your premiere source for game-related information! To encourage contributions, we’ve partnered with the developers to present a Skyforge Wiki Editing Contest.
The Ouya, as we know it, is most likely dead, thanks to the confirmation of the acquisition of its assets by Razer last week. Heralded as the next big gaming revolution, and backed by one of the most successful Kickstarters in history, Ouya never seemed to capture the public’s interest. That didn’t mean good games never came through it’s ecosystem. Here are eight of the best.
Forget flesh-hungry zombies and crazed monsters – the biggest obstacle in Unveil is nature itself. Surviving the scorching sun, staying warm in the cold of night, and finding nourishment are no easy feats in this Early Access title from Particle Studios. Learn more about Unveil on the Official Wiki, a growing resource for all things game-related.
Enter a mythological world where Vikings and magic college in Kyn, a single-player RPG developed by Tangrin Entertainment and published by Versus Evil. This fast-paced game combines party-based combat with exploration and progression, and it has received positive feedback on Steam thus far. To learn more about Kyn gameplay and features, visit the Official Wiki on Gamepedia.
I wasn't the only person stroking my beard in confused contemplation when 2K Games announced that Arnold Schwarzenegger would be a playable character in this year's WWE 2K16. Not as himself, mind you, who was inducted in the wrestling promotion's Hall of Fame this year. But as T-800, better known as The Terminator. No, I don't quite understand it either. It isn't the only super strange cameo appearance by a celebrity or public figure in a video game, though. The industry actually has a pretty elaborate history with making off the cuff pop culture references by featuring celebrities. Here's some of the weirdest.