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The second downloadable content pack for Fallout: New Vegas has been announced and it will apparently place gamers smack dab in the middle of a brewing war between opposing tribes and conflict concerning a missionary and a mysteriously burned man.
Take a look at the Honest Hearts trailer and collection of screenshots. Remember this pack will be available to download upon the return of the PlayStation Store.
Bethesda Softworks has announced future plans to release numerous DLC add-ons for Fallout: New Vegas over the coming months. Beginning May 18th, three DLC packs will be released that will expand upon the Fallout universe and open up new environments and people to interact with.
Fallout 3 was one of our favourite games of 2008, and we’ve been looking forward to Fallout: New Vegas for months, but has Obsidian Entertainment created a worthy sequel to Bethesda’s epic post-apocalyptic adventure?
We all knew Fallout: New Vegas was going to be a smashing success but none of us had really seen sales projections for Bethesda/Obsidian’s new post-apocalyptic shooter. Well apparently it’s selling well… extremely well. Click the jump to read more.
Obsidian’s Chris Avellone has been speaking to CVG about Fallout: New Vegas’ many bugs, citing the “sheer expanse” of the game as the reason for them spilling into the retail version.
We’ve yet to sink enough time into Fallout: New Vegas to give our own 2 cents on this matter, but if you’ve taken a stroll around the internet recently, you may have noticed a lot gamers groaning about the amount of bugs found in the game. Luckily, it sounds like help is on the way.
If you remember back to the days when Fallout 3 came out, you probably remember our disappointment when Bethesda announced that all DLC for Fallout 3 would be X-Box 360/PC exclusive. Strange how history has a way of repeating itself.
[Fallout New Vegas] Are you the TV watching type? If so, you might just stumble across the new Fallout: New Vegas TV spot in the near future. If you’re not the kind of person that spends hours in front of the tube, you’ve come to the right place to see it anyway.
We can’t speak for all PS3 gamers out there but we’re still a little bitter about how Fallout 3’s DLC was handled. It was a very long time before anyone that chose the PS3 version got a chance to buy it, and after Bethesda’s most recent announcement about DLC for Fallout: New Vegas, we’re left with a heavy load of concern about their future post-launch content plans.
Fallout: New Vegas is set for release this October and if you pre-order the game from select retailers, you’ll be able to snag one of four different digital packs.
GAME, Play.com, Gamestation, and Amazon are all giving away pre-sell packs that include specialty items to assist you in Fallout: New Vegas. They are the Classic Pack, Caravan Pack, Mercenary Pack, and Tribal Pack respectively. The general format for each pack is one piece of armor, one weapon, and two healing items of sorts.
Celebrities including Ron Perlman, Matthew Perry, Felicia Day, and Mr. Las Vegas himself, Wayne Newton, will be lending their voices to bring the characters of Fallout: New Vegas to life.
Interested in Fallout: New Vegas? So are we, and we’ve got the newest screens for all to see.
Whether it’s the newest protagonist, the disgusting ghouls or the massive mutants you’re interested in, these new captures have something for everyone.
The upcoming post-apocalyptic RPG from Bethesda Softworks will be rolling the dice with the Fallout: New Vegas Collector’s Edition.
This Vegas-themed edition will include some casino-style goodies in addition to the full game. Just don’t expect to cash in these chips for real money.
In conjunction with Bethesda Softworks, Obsidian Entertainment are pleased to bring us the teaser trailer for the upcoming Fallout: New Vegas.
Scheduled for a Fall 2010 release, New Vegas takes us to Nevada and the Mojave wasteland where we will meet new people, confront terrifying creatures and more of the same action that Fallout 3 gave us, only raising the stakes.
Winner of many Game of the Year awards, it’s no surprise that the Fallout series will continue on in the hearts and minds of gamers for years to come with more sequels.
We’re not complaining of course as the last game was a bold step (despite its quirks) and we’re looking forward to more post-apocalyptic adventures in the Fallout universe.
Announced today: Fallout: New Vegas.
Contrary to popular opinion, voice acting can be an extremely stressful job, and painfully difficult to sustain a livelihood from. However, a handful of talented people make the job look (and sound) easy, and their extensive portfolios are a testament to their skills. This week, PS3 Attitude is paying tribute to five of our favourite voice actors, and taking a look at their established careers.
You may have guessed that Martin Sheen is returning to reprise his role as The Illusive Man, but what role will former teen heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr. play?
BioWare released a special video today giving fans a rundown of all of the voice talent team assembled for Mass Effect 3.
The public availability of the Battlefield 3 beta highlights an update which includes an HD release of Resident Evil: Code Veronica and Rochard, an exclusive puzzle-platformer.
There’s more to be had in this meaty update including full downloads of Crysis 2 and FIFA 12. Check it out.
This week’s North American PS Store update brings Resident Evil Code Veronica X HD to join its Resident Evil 4 HD brethren from last week. There’s also the PSN exclusive Rochard from Sony Online Entertainment and Castlevania: Harmony of Despair if zombies don’t suit your fancy.
Check out the list below for the rest of this week’s releases.