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Agent c

aka Chad H.

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  • I live in GlasGLOW ruin; United Pancake of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • I was born on January 7
  • My occupation is An'la'Shock
  • I am unable to keep NukaTurtle from taking over.
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    Modiphius, who have created tabletop games for such cult properties as Star Trek and Thunderbirds, have posted the following image, with no further content. edit, the following press increase has now been included:


    LONDON, ENGLAND (April 26, 2017): Modiphius Entertainment, publisher of the Star Trek, Achtung! Cthulhu, Mutant Chronicles, Conan, Infinity and John Carter of Mars roleplaying games, is thrilled to announce today that Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, the first tabletop miniatures game based on the Fallout universe, is currently in development and is set to release November 2017.

    In Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, players will build their own crew from a wide range of factions, allies and iconic characters from the Fallout series, and play …



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    In news that will certainly fit in the "Water is Wet" category, Some site called Glixel (apparently they're related to Rolling Stone Magazine) is reporting that Bethesda are indeed still in the video game industry, which will certainly be of interest for those whom had worried that they'd instead moved into the Agriculture industry. These projects are apparently in addition to Skyrim for Switch, and Fallout 4 VR.


    This really shouldn't be surprising to anyone. Bethesda - specifically Bethesda Game Studios - has two studios - one in Rockville (near DC) and one in Montreal. The idea that a business might still actually be doing what that business does to make money isn't exactly a surprise; and given that they have two locations that they'…


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    Since we're not going to get a new release anytime soon, we might as well cheer the upcoming release of Fallout Shelter on Xbox One... Next week.

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    Ars Technica is reporting that Zenimax has had a partial victory in their court case against Oculus (and therefore Facebook)... Zenimax won't be crying too hard over the "partial" part, they're still taking home the grand prize of $500 Million. Why do we care? Well this case is probably the reason why Bethesda announced Fallout 4 VR for the HTC Vive, and not the Oculus.


    At the heart of the case was the Oculus VR gaming headset itself. As Zenimax put it in their submissions, when Zenimax and Oculus started working together on the device, there was little more than a screen to the now famous VR device. With no head-tracking, no software, not even a strap to put the screen to your face, the oculus would have likely been just another piece of…


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    From the Pillars of Eternity II crowdsourcing campaign:

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