Bethesda Blog reports that a member of Cosplay.com known as Facing Costumes has created a full T-45d power armor costume which even comes with a minigun.
You can check out pictures of the costume here.Read more >
Since I Dont Have Live And I Dont Want It I Figure I'll Just Buy The GOTY EditionRead more >
This weekend (an early one, since the discount starts today), the PC version of Fallout 3 can be downloaded on Steam for half the regular price.
- Weekend Deal - Save 50%
- What better way to enjoy your weekend than to fight for survival against the terrors of a post-nuclear Washington D.C.? :Fallout 3 is 50% off, this weekend only.
44,99€22,49€ / $49.99$24.99 / £26.99£13.49
Brian Fargo's inXile Entertainment has launched a new version of the company's website, and the image in the website's header is looking quite wastelandish.
inXile has the rights to the Wasteland title, and Fargo has indicated several times that he wants to create sequel to the original Wasteland, which was Fallouts predecessor, created by Interplay in 1988. Jason Anderson, one of the creators of Fallout, is now a creative director for a new, unannounced role-playing game by inXile, which might be Wasteland 2.
For more information, see our sister site, Wasteland Wiki.Read more >
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ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Fallout 3 publisher Bethesda Softworks, has announced on June 24 that it has purchased id Software, the studio behind such titles as Doom and Quake.
From the press release:
- ZeniMax Media Inc., parent company of noted game publisher Bethesda Softworks, today announced it has completed the acquisition of legendary game studio, id Software, creators of world-renowned games such as DOOM, QUAKE, Wolfenstein, and its upcoming title, RAGE. The acquisition by ZeniMax Media joins together two of the finest, most respected videogame developers in the world, combining the first person shooter (FPS) expertise of id Software with acclaimed role playing game (RPG) developer Bethesda Game Studios – creators of the 2008 Game …
The fourth Fallout 3 add-on, Point Lookout, was released for the Xbox 360 and PC (Games for Windows Live) on June 23, 2009.
The PlayStation 3 version is to be released after the first three add-ons have been released. The DLC costs 800 Microsoft points or $9.99. A disc version will be available for PC and Xbox 360 together with Broken Steel as part of the second Fallout 3 Game Add-On Pack in August 2009 (and in September 2009 in France).
Point Lookout takes place in the Fallout equivalent of Point Lookout State Park, a new swampland area with new quests and enemies. Point Lookout in the Fallout setting has a landscape between one sixth and one fifth the size of the Capital Wasteland where "the bombs didn't actually fall, but the world has left it behin…Read more >
I'm testing newsposting through blog pages, which have just been added to The Vault. You can discuss this new functionality at Forum:Wiki blogs and news. You can also now, through your preferences, upload an avatar, which will be shown above your user page.Read more >
Hah, looks like the blogs have been enabled here. Just testing.Read more >
Fallout 3 patch 1.6 has been released for PC and Xbox 360. Its main feature is the addition of Point Lookout achievements.Read more >