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Point Lookout is the fourth Fallout 3 add-on and was released on June 23, 2009 for Xbox Live and Games for Windows Live. In this add-on, the Lone Wanderer travels to Point Lookout to explore the Fallout equivalent of Point Lookout State Park, a swampland area outside the Capital Wasteland which, although not having been hit directly by the bombs, the world has left behind.
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... that the Master could neurolink to computers?
... that you can make Jo cut off his finger?
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I and several members of the Admin team will be attending a video call with the CEO on July 6 in order to resolve the Featured Video Crisis.
To this end, I need you, the community to tell me what we should be discussing and what we're looking to get out of this.
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News is breaking of a new Lawsuit from Bethesda against their partners on Fallout Shelter Behaviour Interactive, as well as Warner Bros.
The dispute centres around Warner Bros releaasing a Shelter-like game based on Westworld. The copying is apparently so blatant that the game includes bugs that were removed from the game before its release, as well as near identical user interface, animation, and gameplay elements.
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Fallout 76 is an upcoming multiplayer game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is the next installment in the Fallout series (ninth overall) and will be released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November 14th, 2018.
Setting and story
The game is set in the state of West Virginia in the year of 2102, 25 years after the Great War and before any previous Fallout game. It involves Vault 76, one of the 17 control vaults, designed without a social experiment.
Some news from Bethesda today. The headline of their news release says they've "expanded" into Austin, however, all is not as it seems.
What is now Bethesda Games Studios Austin was yesterday known as "Battlecry Studios", a subsidary of Zenimax Media LLC. For those of you who need a refresher on the Zenimax empire, Zenimax owns publisher Bethesda Softworks, who in turn owns Bethesda Games Studios. So rather than a new studio, this is more than a rebranding.