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Have you already grown weary of exploring the wastelands of Boston in Fallout 4? Long for the days when you were exploring the wastelands of D.C. in Fallout 3? Well, it looks like that might become an option on modern consoles as rumors point to Bethesda working on an HD remake for the popular RPG.
One of the benefits of Blu-ray is that it contains a heck of a lot more space for lobbing in a lot of content and increasing dialogue, texture data and music. In the case of Fallout 4, Bethesda is taking the opportunity to utilize that extra space to add in a lot more music in the game than what was featured in Fallout 3... three times as much music, to be exact.
Bethesda and Microsoft have teamed together for a brand new bundle for the Xbox One featuring Fallout 4. It features a 1TB Xbox One game console, a copy of Fallout 4, a free digital copy of Fallout 3, a wireless 3.5mm headset, and a card with a redeemable 14-day free trial of Xbox Live Gold.
Twitch Plays is at it once again, this time inviting the games community to try its hand at collectively playing the apocalyptic RPG/Shooter, Fallout 3. As you may have guessed, it's not going so well for the community's Vault dweller.
While Fallout 4 could bring back characters from Fallout 3, we know for certain that one familiar face won't return.
Bethesda has taken extra time to ensure that the voice acting is spot on and that included going through more than 111,000 lines of dialogue. Think about that... 111,000 lines of dialogue. I feel sorry for the voice actors.
How far would you go in your favorite game if you had to play it as an infant? This one determined gamer decided to play through the entirety of Fallout 3 as a baby. You read that right: a baby.
As part of Microsoft's new backwards compatibility initiative, the company teamed up with Bethesda Softworks to allow Fallout 3 for the Xbox 360 to be playable on the Xbox One when the feature goes live this fall.
Smosh Games takes real shots at various games with their Honest Game trailers, and with the announcement of Fallout 4 coming this holiday season for home consoles and PC, it wasn't surprising to find out that Smosh would do an Honest Trailer and skewer the likes of Fallout 3.
Fallout 3 and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim were two of the best-selling role-playing games from last generation. However, developer Bethesda almost didn't survive long enough to release those titles.
Just as a preamble: I haven't installed Fallout 3 to check this for myself, but the data shows that this has happened and there are first-hand reports indicating that yes, Bethesda has updated Fallout 3 and they have removed the Games For Windows Live DRM check-in.
Earlier this month, Fallout 3 voice actor Erik Todd Dellums began a new round of Fallout 4 speculation with a simple tweet. In an interview published this weekend, Dellums explained the context behind his tease.
Fallout may be branching into television soon. A new trademark filing from Bethesda Softworks suggests that the publisher is considering a show based on their popular RPG series.
Today new evidence emerged that Bethesda is developing Fallout 4. Erik Todd Dellums, the voice of "Three Dog" in Fallout 3, announced on Twitter that he may soon reprise his role.
If playing Skyrim has made you curious about Bethesda's other games, note that you'll be able to pick up two of them on the cheap soon. Bethesda will be releasing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Fallout 3 in a bundle pack.