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.
Today is Day Three of the 12 Days Of Xbox Deals event. The Fallout series is the subject of the day's discount. Select DLC from Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas is 50% cheaper until Friday.
Fallout 3's downloadable content is the subject of this week's Xbox Live Deal. For the next week, you can pick up all five episodes for half price.
Over the past two years, I've probably played Fallout 3 and its downloadable content for over a hundred hours. Though it was one of the best role-playing games of the past few years, there are still plenty of areas of improvement. Here's what I hope to see in its follow-up, Fallout: New Vegas.
Today the 2009 Golden Joystick Awards were doled out in London. This was the 27th installment of the annual awards show, whose results are voted on by the general public.
Nearly a year after its release, Fallout 3 is back. Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition is now available for the PS3, PC, and Xbox 360.
Bethesda announced today that the second retail bundle of Fallout 3 downloadable content, containing Broken Steel and Point Lookout - will be released next week.
What? You want more DLC for Fallout 3? Well, you might want to be happy Bethesda gave the gaming world the five episodes of DLC that have been released, as it's been revealed that only three episodes were originally planned.
Now that you've succeeded in blowing off the head of everything still living on post-apocalyptic Earth, it's time to scour space. Mothership Zeta, the latest downloadable episode for Fallout 3, is now available for Xbox 360 and PC.
What a rocket-busting week of news. The last week of July and the first day of August has provided gamers with some darn good tidbits of gaming information thatís well worth recapping.