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  • Brink gets Doom and Fallout pre-order bonuses

    Splash Damage has shown off the Best Buy and GameStop pre-order incentives for its upcoming sci-fi shooter Brink, all of which is related to Fallout and Doom.

  • Fallout: New Vegas gets the GTTV treatment

    In the latest episode of GTTV, Josh Sawyer, project director for Fallout: New Vegas, chats about the game and how iconic Las Vegas monuments play a part in it.

  • Four Fallout: New Vegas digital pre-order packs announced

    Bethesda has announced that four digital pre-order packs for Fallout: New Vegas are now up for grabs in North America through participating retailers. Retailers for outside the US are to be announced at a later date.

  • Fallout: New Vegas to include Steamworks DRM

    Bethesda has said that Fallout: New Vegas will use Steamworks SDK when released, making Steam a mandatory install when bought through retail on PC.

  • Fallout: New Vegas getting Collector’s Edition

    Bethesda has announced that it’s to release a Collector’s Edition for Fallout: New Vegas.

  • Fallout: NV has Hardcore Mode for those wanting a challenge

    Chris Avellone, lead designer for Fallout: New Vegas, has told VG247 that players wanting a bit of a challenge in the game should look no further than its Hardcore Mode.

  • Interview – Obsidian’s Chris Avellone on Fallout: New Vegas [Update]

    Update: New shots here. Original: When Fallout: New Vegas was announced at a London event back in April 2009, folks nearly broke the internet. Fairly popular, is Fallout. All anyone knew back then was that it wasn’t a sequel to Fallout 3, it was a multi-platform title, and Obsidian was set to develop it. Earlier […]

  • Fallout: New Vegas devs shooting for 30fps on consoles

    The console versions of Fallout: New Vegas will be running at 30fps, assuming the development team hits its target.

  • Fallout: New Vegas gets previewed

    Those looking forward to Obsidian’s take on the world of Fallout may wish to check out the latest preview for New Vegas.

  • Bethesda: New Vegas will “take you hundreds of hours to explore”

    Bethesda’s Pete Hines has been talking Fallout: New Vegas and says that the game will take you “hundreds of hours to explore every nook and cranny”. Good to hear.

  • First Fallout: New Vegas info from PC Gamer

    Bethesda dropped the first teaser for Fallout: New Vegas this week, which is down for a fall release on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360, and now there’s rumors circulating that PC Gamer has had the first look at it.

  • Fallout: New Vegas confirmed for autumn 2010 release, first movie live now

    Bethesda just confirmed Fallout: New Vegas for an autumn release this year for PC, 360 and PS3. The first teaser trailer for the title has also been released. Get it below.

  • US judge denies Bethesda’s injunction against Interplay

    US District Court judge Deborah K. Chasanow has denied Bethesda’s motion for an injunction against Interplay over licensing for the Fallout MMO its working on, and the Fallout Trilogy containing Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics. For now, at least, Interplay will be able to continue selling the bundle and the individual games, as well […]

  • Interplay titles now available on Steam

    Steam has added some Interplay titles to its download catalog. Now, users of the service can purchase Fallout and Fallout 2 along with Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel, Kingpin: Life of Crime, and Sacrifice. For the next week, you can get each one for 10 percent off the normal price as well. “We are excited […]

  • DOOM, Rage and Bethesda games snapped on Quakecon stage

    We’ve received the first image of the Quakecon stage as it’s being set up, and it looks as though we may be getting a look at something DOOM-related tonight. The DOOM logo’s on the banners at the side of the main stage for today’s event, as are Brink, Fallout 3, Rage, Wolfenstein, QuakeLive and Rage. […]

  • Fallout was almost Dogmeat free, says developer

    Dogmeat almost never made it into the Fallout series because of the tech involved, according to an interview posted over on The Escapist. The developers also never realized how popular he would turn out to be or the lengths players went through to keep him alive. “We never expected that Dogmeat would become such a […]

  • Bethesda admits to Fallout iPhone ideas, but end product still not quite right

    Bethesda’s Todd Howard has revealed the team has mulled over many different Fallout iPhone game designs, but have not released them as they don’t adequately support the brand. “I think that the world of Fallout is unique enough that it could work on any platform. I think some of the things we do like VATS, […]

  • Masthead working on Interplay MMO

    Interplay’s MMO – the one no one’s supposed to know is based on the Fallout IP – has pulled in some help in the form of Bulgarian outfit Masthead Studios. The game, codenamed “Project V13,” will benefit from Masthead’s tech, while Interplay is to retain control of the dev process. More on Eurogamer.

  • Fallout, Descent and MDK to be free on GameTap

    GameTap’s announced a deal with Interplay that will see Fallout, Descent and MDK released for free on the service. “Interplay has been and continues to be a great partner of GameTap,” said GameTap creative director, Ricardo Sanchez. “By expanding on our previous deal, GameTap will now feature more of Interplay’s top titles including their widely […]

  • Interplay looking for Fallout MMO funding, announces raft of oldie sequels

    Interplay has announced earnings of $6 million for fiscal 2007 and plans to gain funding for a Fallout MMO. Outlining a roadmap for the company’s future, a statement said that “management is working to secure funding for the development of a Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG) based on the popular Fallout franchise. Interplay sold Fallout […]