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  • New RAGE trailer introduces you to The Well

    Bethesda’s released a new gameplay trailer for RAGE and it takes you to the town of Wellspring, which is being terrorized by a bandit clan threatening to poison the town’s water supply, and it needs your help.

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  • New Skyrim details: Injured Dragons can't fly, much more

    The Official Playstation Magazine is carrying a long feature on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim revealing a ton of new gameplay information.

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  • Win a iPad 2 and trip to QuakeCon by taking part in the RAGE graffiti contest

    Bethesda’s announced the RAGE Graffiti Contest and Sweeptakes, and you can take part in it by heading over to the official Facebook page for the game.

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  • Massive New Vegas mod adding bullet time, sprinting, cybernetic implants, vision modes, tons more

    To quote vaunted bullet time pioneer Keanu Reeves: “Whoa.” Except here, even he’d be forced to deliver it convincingly.

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  • Bethesda updates on Fallout: New Vegas fixes

    Fallout: New Vegas may have enjoyed a solid critical reception (with the odd exception) but paying customers soon found plenty of things going awry once the game went on sale.

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  • Wedgwood on Splash Damage: AAA or bust

    Splash Damage boss Paul Wedgwood has told GI that the studio’s philosophy is “triple-A or bust.”

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  • Fallout: New Vegas PC patch now live

    Bethesda’s hoping to wash the bitter taste of bugs from gamer’s mouths, having rolled out the first of what is likely to be many fixes to the PC version of Fallout: New Vegas.

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  • id's Willits: Zenimax saved the day with RAGE

    If it weren’t for Zenimax, we’d probably be playing RAGE right now. But we sure as hell wouldn’t be enjoying it.

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  • New Fallout: New Vegas info might be dropping tomorrow

    With all the subtltey of an angry Deathclaw, Bethesda’s hinted – in three separate locations – that something Fallout: New Vegas-related is dropping during that nebulous 24-hour span known only as “tomorrow.”

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  • Rumor: Bethesda to purchase Valve?

    Bethesda? Valve? Is there something going on between you two? Because we read this editorial by Eurogamer, and well, just look: “However, it’s also worth watching closely what happens to Steam in the coming months. Unconfirmed industry scuttlebutt suggests that Zenimax – the parent company of Bethesda, which made headlines back in June when it […]

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  • Pete Hines: Bethesda's "mature" Wii game is Wheelspin

    Remember when, back in May, Bethesda Europe managing director Sean Brennan lamented about the Wii’s dry-as-a-desert pool of “mature” games? Well, for those who don’t, he also teased the “really big” announcement of a mature Wii game from Bethesda. VG247 asked Bethesda VP Pete Hines for clarification concerning that title, and here’s what he told […]

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  • New Bethesda game to be announced in "the next month or so"

    Fallout 3′s through. Over and done. So, what bomb is Bethesda dropping on the videogame world next? Well, we don’t really know. And Bethesda’s not telling. For now, anyway. However, MTV Multiplayer sends word that we’ll hear something from Bethesda “in the next month or so.” What will it be? Well, according to Pete Hines, […]

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  • Bethesda: Of course there's going to be an Elder Scrolls V - eventually

    Bethesda seems to think last weekend’s Elder Scrolls V comments were blown out of proportion, so the master of massively single player RPGs decided to clarify things a bit. “At his QuakeCon talk he was asked when TESV is coming out and Todd replied, ‘Don’t look for a new Elder Scrolls game in the near […]

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  • PS3 Fallout 3 DLC delayed, reordered

    PS3 owners got a VATS readout of 95% on a June launch for their long-awaited Fallout 3 DLC, but somehow, it still missed. Now, Bethesda’s finally pinned down something of a solid release date for the tardy content, though with a bit of a twist. Instead of rolling out the mini-expansions in proper order, Broken […]

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  • Bethesda hires new marketing and PR director, Sarah Seaby

    Bethesda has hired Sarah Seaby as its new European marketing and PR director. Seaby started out with Interplay, and eventually went on to work for Gamecock, Virgin Interactive, Take Two and worked a consultancy role with Sega, working on Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. “Sarah’s vast experience of marketing triple-A titles and her […]

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  • Todd Howard: "Wii is a kids' toy, PS3 and Xbox 360 are for evil killfests"

    After announcing that Bethesda was working an iPhone game at Comic Con yesterday, Todd Howard spoke his mind on Nintendo’s Wii, saying that he was “not threatened” by the console because “it’s a toy.” MTV’s Stephen Totilo brought the subject up, and Howard said that from a consumer’s point of view “the Wii is a […]

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  • Bethesda working on iPhone game

    Speaking on a Comic Con panel today, Bethesda’s Todd Howard announced that the firm’s currently at work on an iPhone game. Howard himself is in charge of the project, apparently, although he provided attendees with no specifics. More from Shacknews.

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  • Bethesda ranks top Oblivion DLC, reveals horse armor’s shocking secret

    Animals need clothes. This is an undeniable fact. And yet, Oblivion is the one of the few games in existence that allows players to keep their furry friends’ filthy unmentionables out of the public eye. It’s a shame too, because just look at what humanity’s bizarre innate desire has done for Bethesda. “You guys LOVE […]

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  • PSM3 Magazine says Fallout 3 ugliest on PS3, but still comparable to Xbox

    After a leaked Fallout 3 review from the latest issue of PSM3 sent the Internet into a tizzy, the magazine’s staff set the record straight, explaining that while the game’s PC iteration is certainly the hottest bombshell of the bunch, the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions are far from unplayable. “The Xbox 360 version’s textures […]

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  • No Star Trek movie game from Bethesda

    So says this. Bethesda won’t be making a game based on the upcoming Star Trek XI movie from JJ Abrams, despite holding the license. “Really interested in seeing the movie though,” said company spokesman Peter Hines. “If anyone can make that movie awesome, it would be JJ Abrams.”

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