Fallout 3 Summary


Fallout 3 Review

Get ready to break free from Vault 101 and explore the post-apocalyptic world of Capital Wasteland.

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Bundle Stars offering Fallout Bundle including 5 games and all released DLC packs

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Gamers who don't want to jump into Fallout 4 right away can now try a new bundle deal from Bundle Stars which includes Steam codes for five Fallout games and all of the downloadable content packs released for them.

Entire Fallout franchise on sale now on Steam

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Fallout 4 is coming fast and it won't be long before we're strapping on our power armors and going to town on some super mutant baddies. In the mean time, Bethesda has dropped a fat discount on all previous entries of Fallout for those who were late to the party or are just looking to get reconnected with the classic sci-fi RPG.

Bethesda announces Fallout Anthology, a series collection housed in a Mini-Nuke

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Should you fancy a nostalgic trip through the wastelands before digging into Fallout 4 this November, you might be interested to hear that a Fallout Anthology is planned for release this Fall.

Containing every game in the post-apocalytpic franchise's storied history (that's Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition and Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition), the anthology comes neatly housed inside a Fatman Mini-Nuke, with an extra slot for Fallout 4 also included.

Howard: 'Graphics matter in suspending disbelief', Fallout 3 "a little depressing" with sameness

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Game director Todd Howard has said "graphics matter" when it comes to suspending our disbelief, and Bethesda are squeezing the PC, Xbox One and PS4 for everything to make Fallout 4 matter to us.

He added that "memory is important" too, allowing for more stuff to cram our view and keep it dynamic as "all of that suspends your disbelief that this is a real world." Howard admitted Fallout 3 could bum you out.

Breaking News: Bethesda begin 24 hour countdown to Fallout 4 reveal

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A countdown has sprung up on Bethesda's official web domain for the Fallout series and it's ticking down to 3:00pm GMT+1 tomorrow. This is the highly anticipated announcement of full sequel Fallout 4.

The studio is holding their first dedicated press event for E3 this year and it's scheduled for Sunday, June 14th. It's believed a special press demo behind-closed-doors will be held at the California expo.

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