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  • Blog Post: Bethesda Games Go On Sale In Celebration Of QuakeCon

    QuakeCon kicked off yesterday with two big announcements. The Elder Scrolls Online has come to Steam (in both vanilla and Imperial flavors). And Doom looks mighty good (you can read executive editor Andrew Reiner’s account of the demo for more). In celebration of the event in Texas, Bethesda is... More
  • Blog Post: This Working Fallout Pip-Boy 3000 Could Become Standard Astronaut Equipment

    Wearables are becoming a big market here on Earth, and NASA has tasked our brightest minds with designing ways to apply the concept to space. The result? A working, 3D-printed Pip-Boy 3000 from Fallout with sensor display, communications array, and geiger counter. The device was created by the team of... More
  • Blog Post: Machinima Releases New Fallout-Inspired Fan Film

    Machinima Prime is getting set to release a series of fan-made short films based on some popular video game franchises this summer, and is kicking things off with Fallout Nuka Break – Red Star . According to filmmakers Wayside Creations, Red Star takes place in the time period between their original... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Game Soundtracks Now On iTunes

    Bethesda has released soundtracks for seven of their most popular games on iTunes. The soundtracks cover all of Bethesda's popular RPG offerings this generation, plus id Software's Rage and Arkane Studios' Dishonored. Here's a full list of the soundtracks and prices: The Elder Scrolls... More
  • Blog Post: Is A Fallout Television Series In The Works?

    A new trademark filing by Bethesda Softworks suggests the possibility that the company is working on developing a TV series based on its Fallout RPG franchise. In a posting on The Vault, writer Conor Murton noticed the filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which seeks a trademark... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout 3 Voice Actor Teases Return

    The voice actor of Fallout 3's radio DJ Three Dog is teasing a return, and says he's been given permission by Bethesda to do so. Actor Erik Todd Dellums has tweeted : "To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming! Fingers crossed!" Unlike most of these... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Lawyers After Fallout Fan Site

    Erling Andersen loved Fallout so much he started his own website where he offered Fallout-style posters for fans to download for free. Bethesda did not appreciate this. Andersen said he registered the domain name Fallout-posters.com last December, only to have Bethesda lawyers contact him weeks later... More
  • Blog Post: You Can’t Buy This Fallout 3 Nuka Cola

    No seriously, even though you might want some radioactive soda, you can’t buy Nuka Cola in real life, but maybe you could emulate this craft gamer. Reddit user Brutalxbetrayal created these replicas of the healing agents from the Fallout universe. Once the nuclear war starts, Brutalxbetrayal may... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout 3 & Oblivion Double Pack Announced

    Available April 3 in North America, Bethesda will release a new double pack containing both Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The pack will cost $29.99 and $19.99 for Xbox 360 and PC. [Source: Bethesda ] More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Concept Artist Adam Adamowicz Passed Away

    You may not know the name, but you know his work intimately if you have spent time with any of Bethesda's games. Adam Adamowicz was a talented concept artist at Bethesda, and was hugely influential on the artistic direction of Fallout 3. There is a great write-up about Adamowicz at awesome-robo.com... More
  • Blog Post: Why Skyrim May Not Be Working Right On PS3

    Some PlayStation 3 owners are still experiencing severe frame rate issues and stuttering with The Elder Scolls V: Skyrim, and the issue appears to be stemming from the console hardware itself. Fallout New Vegas developer Joshua Sawyer of Obsidian explains in his personal Q&A on Formspring that the... More
  • Blog Post: Functional Pip Boy Demonstrated On YouTube

    When it comes to gamer culture, Fallout definitely gets its fair share of attention. We saw a Fallout Monopoly board earlier this week, and now a Reddit user is showing off a functional Pip-Boy that he created. Check out the video below. Some of the buttons don’t function perfectly, you can’t... More
  • Blog Post: Can't Afford Park Place? Buy Property For Soda Caps With Fallout Monopoly

    We've seen plenty of cool art come from Deviant Art, but this might be the first gaming-based board game we've come across. User PinkAxolotl put this Fallout 3-inspired Monopoly board together for her boyfriend, and you can download the high-res version of the board here . We've seen a billion... More
  • Blog Post: This Fallout Movie Almost Got Made

    The Fallout franchise may still be waiting on a big screen debut, but way back in the series' early days a script for a potential Fallout film was already written. New details about that movie have now surfaced. Fallout wiki site The Vault has uncovered and posted a full PDF of the second revision... More
  • Blog Post: Make Your Own Vault Boy

    An enterprising artist has put together a papercraft model set for the inimitable Fallout 3 mascot. Do you have the folding and cutting skills necessary to create your own bobblehead friend? Deviant art member z8-0 has put together a cool papercraft model set of the Science Vault Boy Bobblehead from... More
  • Blog Post: Fan Creates Nuka-Cola Home Brew

    Why drink a Pepsi or Coca-Cola when you can quench your thirst with a bottle of slightly radiated soda pop? Apparently unswayed by the advances of other soft drink companies, DIY Fallout fan Joel Guelzo decided to bring the game's infamous carbonated beverage to life. I wonder where the dollar-to... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout 3 Reimagined As A Japanese RPG

    With the JRPG genre growing increasingly small this generation, some angry fans have pointed to Western-developed RPGs like Fallout 3 as the cause. Don't blame Bethesda, though. On the Japanese website for Fallout 3, the publisher has posted a de-make of their post-apocalyptic open world RPG in the... More
  • Blog Post: The Thief's Guide To Ammo In Fallout: New Vegas

    You'll never guess how easy it is to walk off with a healthy stash of plasma ammo. Watch as YouTube user Erozlol walks you through the process of swiping an army's worth of valuable ammo from the Silver Rush store using the tried and true tool handed down by generations of thieves...er, janitors... More
  • Blog Post: Interplay Says Bethesda Now Wants Previously Undesired Fallout MMO For Free

    You’re probably too busy gunning down mutants and gambling in Fallout: New Vegas to think about the Fallout MMO that has been the focus of an ongoing lawsuit between Interplay and Bethesda. Bethesda sued Interplay because they didn’t produce a Fallout MMO in the agreed upon time. Now Eric... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Parent Company Receives $150 Million Investment

    The name ZeniMax Media may not mean much to you, but if you look at its subsidiaries, you'll soon realize how big of a player it is in the world of gaming. Among various other smaller studios, ZeniMax owns Bethesda Softworks, id Software, and most recently Arkane Studios. A new round of funding suggests... More
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