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GamesRadar has posted online the Fallout: New Vegas preview from the Xbox World 360 UK that we have already posted about.
I guess this also doesn't look like a Fallout game to you? (Picture courtesy of Lexx).
Game Central has an interview with Inon Zur, who composed music for Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel, Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.
Resolution Magazine has a Fallout 3 retrospective article.
Come on, is he really saying that combat in unmodded Fallout 3 is too difficult?
And finally, No Mutants Allowed has a thread where dedicated weaponx showcases his in-progress work on a Fallout costume.Read more >
Eurogamer has interviewed Obsidian's Chris Avellone about all kinds of things, Fallout-related and otherwise. Here's a short excerpt:Read more >
Duck and Cover has a brand new interview with Tim Cain, the original mastermind behind Fallout. He talks about the original Fallout, Bethesda's Fallout 3, Interplay's Fallout Online and other topics. Here's an excerpt:Read more >
A user called gir on the Xbox Scene forum has figured out how to put Fallout 3 PC mods on the Xbox 360, which until now was impossible.
Thanks, Larry!Read more >
Destructoid talks about voice acting in an editorial titled "The Future: Demanding more from the voices of videogames".
Gamesradar has a list of the Top 7... stupid plans for world conquest. The Enclave is #3.
Bethesda Blog interviews Fallout 3 modder Dennis Weich.
G4TV asks whether The Book of Eli movie was inspired by Fallout 3:
According to Microsoft's Major Nelson, Fallout 3 is the 3rd most popular Games for Windows Live game and 13th most popular Xbox Live game of 2009.
While not directly related to Fallout, Interplay has announced the development of a Wii version of another one of its classic cRPGs - Stonekeep, developed originally by some of the creators of Fallout.Read more >
Kombo.com looks back at Fallout 3 DLC.
OXM is looking forward to Fallout: New Vegas. Don't forget that they'll have first info about it in their next issue.
They're also looking for new jobs for Vault Boy.
Gamersyde is also waiting for New Vegas:
Curious that they mentioned Obsidian in the context of Alpha Protocol, but only Bethesda in the context of New Vegas.
IGN has a comparison editorial on Fallout 3 vs. Metro 2033.
Also, apparently Fallout 3 has a curious cameo in the new Alvin and the Chipmunks movie. Maybe it's not the best choice in a movie for kids.
GameStop and Play-Asia stores claim that Fallout: New Vegas will be released in June 2010. However, keep in mind that such dates are in most cases simply conjectural.Read more >
Bethesda's Todd Howard can be heard in lots of places these days. He was recently interviewed by Kotaku Talk Radio as well as NPR.
On Kotaku, he said that even though ZeniMax acquired id Software and its id Tech 5 engine, they are going to stick with their version of the GameBryo engine for their next big game they're making since they finished Fallout 3, updated and retooled to some extent. The thing they intend to improve the most in the engine is their animation system and graphics in general.
Asked about Obsidian Entertainment's Fallout: New Vegas, Howard did not give any details (we'll have to wait for next month's OXM for that), but he said:
Howard also said that while Bethesda Softworks as such might publish some third-party projects for the Wii, there are no plans for any of the Bethesda Game Studios franchises (Elder Scrolls, Fallout) to appear on Nintendo's platform. However, they have been talking about bringing their games to the Mac, especially now that they have id, who have a…
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Bethesda Softworks's Todd Howard will be the guest of tomorrow's Kotaku Radio podcast.
Who knows, maybe he'll mention something about Fallout: New Vegas? I'm sure it will be something a lot of the callers might be interested in.Read more >
Two of the G4 staffers mention Fallout: New Vegas on their list of most anticipated games of 2010:
Joe Paulding -- Promotions Manager:
Stephen Johnson -- Lead Editor:
Too bad neither of them mentioned that it's actually being developed by some of the creators of Fallout and Fallout 2, which makes some of us much more excited about it than about Bethesda's Fallout 3.
TheSixthAxis also nentions New Vegas as one of the 100 PS3 Games of 2010. It holds the #41 spot:
Big Download, on the other hand, gives it the #10 spot on its list of Top 10 Most Anticipated PC Games Of 2010:
While most sites are compiling their 2010 wishlists, Joystiq also mentions Fallout 3 add-ons in an article titled Best of the Rest: Alexander's Picks of 2009:
UGO lists the life-sized T-45d power armor statue as the #1 thing every gamer should own:
No Mutants Allowed also has news about a new Fallout 2 total conversion mod - Ardent's Mod. It already has not only plenty of screenshots, but also a playable demo.
You can find more info in V…
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Welcome to another list of links to various articles and minor newsbits all over the web concerning Fallout games. If you want to propose a link to be included in the next tidbit post, simply post it in a comment under this one.
The Game of the Year edition of Fallout 3 is now available on Steam.
Good Old Games has a holiday sale - you can buy Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics, as well as many other games, for only $3.89 each.
Joystiq includes Fallout 3 on the list of best 2008 games to buy cheaply for Christmas in 2009.
German PC Games magazine includes Fallout 3 on their list of most important games of the decade.
Kotaku put Fallout: New Vegas on their list of most anticipated PC games, Xbox 360 games and PS3 games of 2010.
Hellforge has an article about Post Apocalyptic Settings in A Few Select Video Games, including Fallout 3:
Hidden Triforce, a Legend of Zelda fansite, once again (we already linked to their previous piece) writes about why Zelda should be more like Fallout 3, this time focusing on ski…
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