Fallout: New Vegas’ Dead Money delivers a sad Nightkin and hologram

So now there are a few days left until Christmas but this poor Nightkin is just so depressed looking that Bethesda thought that they would give him a bit of a present. That present of course is the glory of being displayed in a screenshot for the upcoming Dead Money DLC for Fallout: New Vegas. Of course he isn’t the only screenshot we get however, instead we also were graced with yet another...

Comprehensive patch released for Fallout: New Vegas on all systems

Bethesda has released a full comprehensive patch for all consoles; which means that next time you start up your Xbox 360, PS3, or PC copy of the game you will be asked to update. These bug fixes were listed but not detailed by Bethesda themselves and range from a multitude of quest glitches, to problems with companions, perks, and skills and even save game corruption. You can catch the full list o...

New Vegas DLC Dead Money gets a new trailer

With the release of the first DLC installment for Fallout: New Vegas under a week away Bethesda has decided to release a new trailer to hype up anticipation for Dead Money as the DLC is called. Dead Money will have plaers be caught in a deal gone bad, and you must work with three other captured survivors to steal the treasure of the Sierra Madre Casino. The twist is however that if you refuse to d...

DLC for Fallout: New Vegas Announced

Bethesda recently blogged that the first DLC pack for Fallout: New Vegas, Dead Money, will be released exclusively on the Xbox 360 on December 21, 2010.  Dead Money will tell a story of deal that went south, crashed and then burned.  You will meet three others in a quest to recover a treasure from the Sierra Madre Casino. “We’re pleased to give fans a chance to expand their experience in Fallout: ...

Bethesda promising comprehensive patch soon for all systems

With a few patches already applied to the PC version and the two console versions there are still plenty of bugs crawling around the world of New Vegas, and I’m not talking about Giant Radscorpions here. Though expect this to change as Bethesda has now promised that they will be bringing up a comprehensive patch for Fallout: New Vegas on all systems and it will be available sometime in the n...

Fallout: New Vegas Review

Fallout: New Vegas Publisher: Bethesda Developer: Obsidian Consoles: Xbox 360 (Reviewed), PS3, PC Release Date: October 19th, 2010 Overview: With the release of Fallout 3 less than two years ago, Bethesda is bringing us our Fallout fix once again. From the minds of Obsidian Entertainment we now have in our midst Fallout: New Vegas. There has been much hype over whether or not New Vegas is differen...

Sixth Fallout: New vegas Dev Diary talks about the voices behind the characters

With the game release under a week away, Bethesda is now bringing out what appears to be its last Developer Diary in it’s six part series explaining everything behind the game. With this diary however they explain not what technological advances they have placed into the game, but instead the famous actors that have been able to voice different characters within the game itself. We have Ron ...

The Strip is explored in the 5th Dev Diary for Fallout: New Vegas

With only five days until the Fallout: New Vegas comes out in the US and a week away for the UK Bethesda and Obsidian have given us yet another developer diary bringing the count to five. Of course without the feature they describe in this video, then New Vegas wouldn’t even be deserving its title. Thankfully though this dev diary shows off the Vegas Strip, or at least how the strip would look lik...

The factions of Fallout: New Vegas are explained

Within a week and a half people will begin to explore an apocalyptic wasteland in Fallout: New Vegas. But as they are adventuring, who will they be supporting? There are three different factions in the game all battling for control of the Hoover Dam, and with it, control over the Mojave wasteland. The video also explains that there are smaller factions who you can ally yourself with to make yourse...

Fallout: New Vegas Dev Diary 3 talks about the art of the game

Bethesda keeps rolling out their developer diaries and in this one Obsidian is talking about the way that the art of the game all came into place and how they decided to use the Rat Pack type area that was so popular in the 50’s era. The fact of the matter is that Obsidian definitely did their homework when it came to world and character design. Everything from the houses to the Vegas enviro...

Fallout: New Vegas Dev Diary explains the tech and sound of the newest Fallout

With Fallout: New Vegas only a month from hitting shelves Bethesda has been releasing developer diaries to give everyone a sneak peak of what is different between New Vegas and 3. Obsidian themselves are giving us a peak in this diary of the new Technology we will be seeing as well as the sounds we will be hearing in the Mojave Wasteland. They cover the fact that many things you will be seeing hav...

Fallout: New Vegas – All Roads 12 Pages Preview

If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can get a sneak peek of All Roads, the graphic novel to be available exclusively in the Fallout: New Vegas Collector’s Edition. By checking this link you can have access to 12 full pages of All Roads, which introduces the world of New Vegas, a town of dreamers and desperados being torn apart by warring factions vying for complete control of this desert oasis, and...

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