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Fallout: New Vegas is a video role-playing game developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Bethesda Softworks. While New Vegas is not a direct sequel, it is in the same style as Fallout 3, and has been developed by some of the developers of Fallout and Fallout 2. It is set in and around New Vegas, the Fallout-equivalent of Las Vegas.
The PDQ-88b Securitron is a pre-War robot produced by RobCo Industries. It is a fairly large, monowheel robot with a titanium alloy housing, resistant to explosive shrapnel and small arms fire. Its form is vaguely humanoid, with two flexible arms and pincers for hands. On the front side is a screen displaying an image of a face, indicating the unit's purpose and alert status. Its left arm contains an X-25 Gatling laser for medium range engagements. Its right arm contains a 9mm SMG for close-range suppression and crowd control. Its shoulders contain M-235 missile launchers for long range and surface-to-air engagements, and a rapid-fire G-28 grenade launching system for close range engagements. The robots also have onboard auto-repair systems.
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Nationally unacclaimed freelance writer Jonathan Deesing has written an article about Nuka Break, the Fallout fanfiction series that all the kids seem to be crazy about. Anyway here's the articles.
Long time no see Nukapedia, for those of you who are new, have forgotten, or just don't give a damn I am Ramallah, the freak daddy master of super fly funk and ninja killing (sorry just watched Black…
Wow, been a while since I did this. Anyway G4 has published an article written by Dennis Scimeca a freelance writer who's work has been published on Kotaku, Ars Technica and Gamasutra, that deals wit…
Game Informer has published a report that Obsidian was missed out on a bonus payment by Bethesda because the game didn't score high enough on Metacritic. The Game Informer article reads:
"Obsidian is …