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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: 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: A Taste Of Fallout New Vegas' Old World Blues DLC

    On July 19 players will return to Fallout New Vegas' Mojave desert to confront whatever is lurking in the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Check out the four new screenshots in the media gallery below for a sneak peek of the Old World Blues DLC, which hits 360, PS3, and PC later this month. Old World... More
  • Blog Post: NPD: NBA 2K11, New Vegas Lead In October Software Sales

    The most recent NPD report is among us revealing October's top 10 software sales across all platforms with NBA 2K11 and Fallout: New Vegas in first and second place. Check out the rankings below: Top 10 Games (New Physical Retail only; across all platforms incl. PC) 1. NBA 2K11 (360, PS3, PS2, PSP... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: Game Informer Halloween Costume Contest

    If you're going to some Halloween parties this weekend, there's a good chance you might see a gaming-related Halloween costume. We're offering a Collector's Edition of Fallout: New Vegas to whoever can send us the best one. It can be you, or even someone you randomly see at a party or... More
  • Blog Post: New Vegas Proves That Yes, 200 Frag Mines Will Kill A Man

    The dude standing in the middle of 200 frag mines here may look innocent enough, but you can never be too careful in the Mojave Wasteland. When there are ghouls, lizards, and robots running around with only murder on their minds, you can't trust anyone. What if that dude pulled off his "innocent... More
  • Blog Post: Obsidian: New Vegas Is Buggy Because It's Big

    Anyone who has picked up the latest installment of the Fallout franchise, New Vegas, may have noticed it shipped with quite a few bugs. While PC patches have been released to remedy some of the problems, gamers can't help but wonder why a high profile game would ship in this state. Obsidian provides... More
  • Blog Post: Video: The Celebrities Behind New Vegas' Extensive Cast

    The sixth and final Fallout New Vegas video dev diary shows off several celebrity actors who recorded much of the upcoming RPG's voice work. Luminaries such as Wayne Newton and the immortal Kris Kristofferson talk about what makes New Vegas special in this slickly produced short. In addition to Newton... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout 3 DLC On Sale This Week

    Bethesda is inviting players to prepare for this month's release of Fallout New Vegas by slashing prices on all of Fallout 3's DLC in half. News of the sale comes straight from Bethesda's official blog , which states that for the rest of the week, all of Fallout 3's DLC packs will be... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout: New Vegas Is Done!

    But you still can't play it. Psych! However, there was cake. Also, the PC system requirements were revealed. We have no idea how these bits of news relate to each other either, but that's apparently how Bethesda rolls. The publisher announced all this in a scattershot blog post earlier today... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout: New Vegas TV Spot Is Pretty Awesome

    Fallout 3 is one of the best games of this console generation, but many of its locales became repetitive after a while. There were only so many gray walls and crumbling monuments you could see before you started missing actual colors. New Vegas should fix that, and the bright lights and casinos of this... More
  • Blog Post: DLC Confirmed For Fallout: New Vegas

    After the release of Fallout 3, Bethesda continued to support the game for months with a variety of high-quality DLC. Though Obsidian has taken over the development duties on Fallout: New Vegas, the game will still follow in the footsteps of its predecessor in terms of post-release support. On a podcast... More
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