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  • 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: Obsidian Announces Stretch Goals For Project Eternity

    Obsidian's Kickstarter for Project Eternity met its funding goal yesterday with more than a month to go, and as predicted, new stretch goals have been added to the campaign. This is first official update for the game since its initial announcement . You can check out the stretch goals below, or you... More
  • Blog Post: Did Obsidian And Bethesda View Fallout Differently?

    Obsidian Entertainment is currently working on the South Park game for THQ, but they’ve also worked on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords and Fallout: New Vegas. In fact, many of Obsidian’s team members worked on the original Fallout titles before Bethesda bought the... More
  • Blog Post: Cheapskates Hit The Jackpot With Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition

    This February, thrifty gamers will be able to pick up Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, a retail release that bundles the game and all of its DLC in a single package. You saw this coming, right? The Ultimate Edition includes Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues, Lonesome Road, Courier's... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout: New Vegas' Fourth DLC Pack Is Downright Apocalyptic

    Bethesda and Obsidian are releasing the fourth add-on for Fallout: New Vegas next week, and they've sent out a trailer to get players up to speed. Lonesome Road follows the story of the first Courier Six, a mysterious man named Ulysses. He refused to take the Platinum Chip delivery mission, which... More
  • Blog Post: New Vegas' Lonesome Road DLC Now Coming In September

    Fallout fans got some disappointing news a few weeks back, when Bethesda announced that the latest DLC pack for the game, Lonesome Road, wouldn't be making its originally scheduled release. Instead of coming out in August, the add-on was delayed indefinitely. Today, the publisher announced an official... More
  • Blog Post: Fallout: New Vegas' Old World Blues DLC Out Now

    Fallout: New Vegas' Old World Blues expansion is out now, providing a healthy dose of weird to the game's already odd atmosphere. In it, players explore the so-called Big Empty and learn its secrets. Fans of classic sci-fi are in for a treat. The trailer below sets things up nicely, so give it... More
  • Blog Post: Old World Blues DLC Coming To New Vegas In July

    Casinos rarely have clocks, so it's forgivable that Fallout: New Vegas' DLC schedule appears to be running on its own timetable. The next batch of content, originally slated for a June release, has now been given a more specific July date. Let's blame those pesky PS3 hackers. The Old World... 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: Star Wars Meets Fallout In Fan Video

    Because one "Star Wars meets" story in a night is clearly not enough for me, this time I found a video that has Darth Vader doing what he does best: cutting fools. YouTube user Mans1ay3r (ugh) has posted the video below, which features Darth Vader invading the world of Fallout: New Vegas. See... More
  • Blog Post: Giant Fallout: New Vegas Patch Finally Almost Here For All Platforms

    Despite being a relatively awesome game , Fallout: New Vegas has driven many gamers to the brink of sanity with its unbelievable number of bugs. Thankfully, the game is set to get a heck of a lot better, as Bethesda has released a huge patch for the PlayStation 3 version and will be following up with... More
  • Blog Post: User Mod Fixes New Vegas' Biggest Problem: Lack Of Dancing

    If you're playing Fallout: New Vegas on PS3 or Xbox 360, I'm sorry, but this story doesn't apply to you. Go back to waiting on patches. But if you're playing the already-patched and relatively smooth PC version, that means you also have access to user mods, and I've located one you're... More
  • Blog Post: All Of Fallout: New Vegas's Weirdest Moments In One Video

    Fallout: New Vegas may take place in a post-apocalyptic future, but that doesn't mean it can't be funny from time to time. YouTube user Criken compiled all of the strange stuff he ran across in the Mojave wasteland into one epic 14-minute video. A lot of the stuff featured below appears only... More
  • Blog Post: "Comprehensive" Fallout: New Vegas Patch Almost Ready

    I devoted over 15 wonderful hours to Fallout: New Vegas this weekend, and although I had a ton of fun, I also encountered my fair share of strange bugs and glitches in the game. Thankfully, it sounds like Bethesda has some major fixes in the works. According to a post on the Bethesda blog late last week... More
  • Blog Post: Reiner And Phil Go On A Road Trip To New Vegas

    Fallout: New Vegas has arrived, and you can read Andrew Reiner's review of the game right here . However, if you want a taste of what it's like to experience the brand new wastelands of New Vegas for the first time, we can help you out. When the game arrived in the office a couple weeks ago,... More
  • Blog Post: Review Round-Up: Fallout, Vanquish, DJ Hero, And More

    If there was any doubt left that crazy video game release season had begun, let it be removed from your mind. We've had no less than six big reviews go up already this week, plus a couple from last week, and more are coming. We've collected links to all of the reviews in this story so you won't... More
  • Blog Post: New Vegas, Kirby, Vanquish, More--Weekly Roundup 10/18

    There's a lot of good stuff hitting shelves this week, including a Kirby reboot, Fallout offshoot, and EA Sports' MMA debut. Paranormal Activity 2 is coming to theaters, and if it's anything like the first one it will end with Tim Turi grabbing on to your arm for dear life. Maybe that just... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Will Be This Holiday's Top-Selling Game?

    So September NPD results came out this week, and (unsurprisingly) Halo Reach was the big winner . But that got me thinking: We're just now hitting the weeks of huge holiday releases. Of all the gigantic triple-A games coming out in the next few months, what do you think will end up being the best... 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
  • Blog Post: Fallout: New Vegas Video All About Guns And Noises

    In the latest Fallout: New Vegas developer diary, the guys at Obsidian Entertainment talk about the game's weaponry and audio. Players will be able to take some interesting new hardware along with them in the Mojave wastelands, including a recharger rifle, which generates its own ammunition over... More
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