In a recent reply on Bethesda Softwork's forums, Jason Bergman explained that the music in Fallout: New Vegas will include compositions from Inon Zur, as well as including parts of Mark Morgan's Fallout 1 and 2 soundtrack. Here's the quote:
So, apparently the New Vegas music mixes in elements from all 3 previous Fallout games. It'll be interesting to see what they cook up, as this is another way they can include things from the past Fallout games and incorporate them into New Vegas.
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Bethblog has just posted a new interview with Obsidian Entertainment's Jason Fader. He offers some insight into what exactly he does as technical producer, as well as advice on "breaking in" to the game industry. Here are some excerpts...
What’s your job at Obsidian?
I’m the technical producer on Fallout: New Vegas. It’s kind of an odd hybrid role, combining production work, programming, and random duties that need to get done. For example, towards the beginning of the project, I managed all of the programmers, character/concept/UI artists, animators, writers, and audio engineers. As the project progressed, I took on other duties like managing the build process, writing tools for the team, and recording temp voice over. Occasionally I’ll di…
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A new article on Bethesda's blog shows IGN's conference room, which they have decorated with a Fallout theme. It includes items like bobbleheads, a Vault 101 suit, NCR flag shirt, magic 8 ball, a giant BOS statue, lead pipe, a Pip-Boy, lunchbox, Nuka-Cola Quantum, and other various props. It even has a jukebox that plays Fallout music!
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