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- I've just finished talking with star of screen and video game Erik Dellums, probably best known for his role as "Three Dog". We talk about "That dog gone tweet", Fallout 3, Avatar- The Last Airbender, Golden Boy, and more. You can join us for the conversation via YouTube.
In light of the recent passing of Adam Adamowicz, Bethesda decided to release over 1500 pieces of Concept Art from Skyrim, Fallout 3 and Oblivion DLC. This includes over 800 pieces of Fallout 3 CA, ranging from characters to environments, weapons to creatures, and much more. Some of it made it into the game, a lot of it didn't. If you want to check it all out, you can head on over to their flickr stream, and look through them. The sets for Skyrim and Oblivion can also be found right here.
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Bethesda Game Studios has announced that they will be releasing Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion in one pack. This new pack will be released in North America on April 3rd and it will cost $29.99USD for the Xbox 360 and $19.99USD for the PC. This double pack is not available for the Playstation 3 due to restrictions that are blocking Bethesda from releasing it for Playstation 3 users. Bethesda will release an update if any information for a Playstation 3 release comes along.Read more >
Bethesda reports of 50% discount on selected content on XBox LIVE. The discounted content includes several Fallout-related positions. The discount will last till October 10th, so hurry up if you haven't yet bought some of the following content.
Fallout 3 DLC:
- Mothership Zeta – 400 points
- Point Lookout - 400 points
- Broken Steel – 400 points
- The Pitt - 400 points
- Operation: Anchorage - 400 points
Fallout: New Vegas DLC:
- Dead Money – 400 points
- Honest Hearts – 400 points
- The Vault Boy Suit - 120 points
- Vault 101 suite (male/female) - 120 points
- Vault Boy Head - 80 points
Here's another batch of various small Fallout-related news bits. What does Fallout have to do with Polish politics? And who is likely to get sued by Bethesda Softworks next?
A clip from the original Fallout intro has been modified and used in an ad for Poland Comes First party in relation to the upcoming parliamentary election in Poland. I'm pretty sure Bethesda will request it to be taken down soon, so watch it while you still can. The clip was not made by the party itself but by its sympathizer, but it has been posted on the party's official community website. Will we see a lawsuit between a game developer and a Polish political party?
Update: Looks like the video has been taken down. Meanwhile, Eurogamer covered the story after I sent it their way, but they somehow forgot to credit us, they thought that it was "inspired by Fallout 3" and not simply a modification of the Fallout 1 intro (they already corrected this part, but not in the URL), and they wrote that it was produced by the party …Read more >
Leonard Boyarsky, one of the original creators of Fallout has been interviewed by Gamasutra, mostly about his current role as the lead world designer on Diablo III at Blizzard, but Fallout is also mentioned here and there.
The mention of Van Buren here is a bit confusing, given that Boyarsky left Interplay during the development of Fallout 2 and while Van Buren was being made, he was busy at Troika Games. I'm guessing this is a mistake and he actually meant Fallout or Fallout 2.
Also, don't forget to check the Diablo Wiki for latest updates on Diablo III.Read more >
Almost all released Fallout games are currently available at discounted prices as part of the current "Steam Summer Camp Sale" (June 30 - July 10). In particular, the prices are:Read more >
This week Fallout 3 and its add-ons are discounted by 50% on Games for Windows Marketplace. Note that add-ons on Steam worth $5.
- Fallout 3:
$19.99/£14.99/1600 MSP$10/£7.49/800 MPS
$9.99/£6.75/800 MSP$4.99/£3.37/400 MSP
- Fallout 3:
The Smithsonian Institute today has released its winners for its "Art of Video Games" webpoll, which will be exhibited in the Smithsonian American Art Museum next year.
The Winner of Era 4 (The Transition)'s DOS/Windows "Adventure" category is... Fallout! Beating out Baldur's Gate II and Grim Fandango.
Moving into Era 5 (Next Generation), the Windows Adventure category winner is... Fallout 3; Amazingly beating World Of Warcraft and Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic.
Congrats to the Developers, and to the other Category winners. More information, including other categories here (PDF).Read more >
While we all eagerly await more news about the upcoming Fallout: New Vegas add-ons Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road, as well as tomorrow's patch (at least for the PC), here's a collection various other Fallout-related bits.
My Fallout: New Vegas Tour is a blog run by Chris Worth, documenting his trip around the Mojave, in search of places featured in Fallout: New Vegas. It features some great comparisons of in-game locations with their real-world equivalents, with lots of pictures!
Destructoid has an article titled "Who wants to be the bad guy?" about how playing an evil character is handled in various games. Here's a snippet:
Bethesda's Pete Hines talks to Gamesindustry.biz about Bethesda in general:
No Mutants Allowed reviews Dead Money.
NMA also reviews the fan-made online game based on Fallout and Fallout 2 - FOnline 2238, and brings news of a press release from the team making Mutants Rising, an ambitious Fallout 2 mod.
Fallout: New Vegas is now available on the Xbox 360 Games on Deman…
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