Articles tagged with: Fallout
True to their post-apocalyptic word, Bethesda have narrowed down “the end of September” a little and have announced that the PS3 flavour of Fallout 3 DLC will commence with Broken Steel on September 24th.
This will be followed up with Operation Anchorage and The Pitt on October 1st with the final two add-ons, Point Lookout and the alien themed Mothership Zeta, completing the package on October 8th.
We knew that the ex-exclusive Xbox 360 Fallout 3 DLC would come to the PS3 eventually and when Bethesda announced Operation: Anchorage and more, we couldn’t help but get excited.
We now have a clearer update as to when exactly these expansions will be coming to the PSN thanks to Ashley Cheng over at the PlayStation.Blog. While all five DLC packs will make it to the system, Broken Steel will have the honor of being the first.
There’s no doubt about it. We love our post apocalyptic and alien monsters just as much as the rest of you. That’s why we are pleased to hear that the creators of Fallout 3 and the upcoming Brink, Bethesda, have purchased id Software who are most known for the creation of Doom and Quake.
From the sound of things, it looks like this merger will be beneficial to those that matter most; the gamers. Not much is going to change in terms of employment or upcoming releases committed to other publishers. So what exactly is going to change you ask?
Forgive us the indulgence but, now that Bethesda have committed to releasing DLC for Fallout 3 on the PS3, we just can’t help ourselves from bringing any new information about the packs to your attention.
After all, the last time we spoke about Fallout 3 we were talking about how the post-apocalyptic RPG had picked up certain Game of the Year Awards. And then … nothing.
It took a while but here it is at last. The previously Xbox 360 exclusive Fallout 3 downloadable content is coming to the PlayStation Network. Starting with Operation: Anchorage in late June, Fallout 3 fans will receive every previously released Fallout 3 DLC.
In order to get Fallout 3 DLC ready, a new update will be released for the PlayStation 3 version. On top of all this, Bethesda Softworks announced two brand new DLCs for all three platforms.
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.
It was the 10th BAFTA Video Games Awards in London yesterday night, and we have for you all the winners.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was the big winner, taking home three awards including the GAME Award of 2008. Dead Space was the only other game to take more than one award grabbing two.
PS3 Attitude proudly presents an interview with Tom Nally, a student in the UK who could well be the Molyneux, Miyamoto or Ueda of tomorrow. We grilled Tom about a host of things, from emotional music right through to where the industry needs to pick up the slack.
Figurines, art books, soundtracks; it is all good stuff but presentation is key. It is what sets them apart from the rest of the games out there. Ranging close to 1.5x the price of the game itself, are these so called Collector’s Editions worth collecting though?
We take a look at both the usual and unique items in Collector’s Editions and whether they are deemed fit to be worthy of their name…
Bethesda gifts us a new host of Fallout 3 improvements in the form of Release 220.127.116.11
At 47MB it’s a steal considering it fixes numerous crashes and the rare instance of dead NPCs coming back to life. When we kill something at PS3 Attitude we insist that it stays DEAD so this is fantastic news.
We take a look at the state of PS3 in Japan. With some big games coming out and a run in the hardware charts has Sony finally turned the corner in terms of the flagging success of the console in the region?
Bethesda announced that the patch v.1.10 is now available for download next time you pop the game disc in your PS3 drive. The afforementioned patch is only available for the PS3 – at least for now – and takes 24mb out of your Hard Drive.
In those 24mb you’ll find trophy support, some bug fixes like the GOAT freeze and also a solution to the problem with the in-game notifications regarding friends.
Here is the full trophy list…
We’re back with the results of the DLC survey! Who got the nod? Was it GTA IV? Lara? Or Fallout 3? You voted. Now check the results.
We look into the phenomenon of DLC. How long will certain DLC remain exclusive on other platforms? And will you still care when it comes time for the PS3’s turn?
Japan is not too happy with Bethesda’s new post-apocalyptic RPG and want some cuts. As for India – sorry – you’re not getting it at all.
PS3 Attitude delves into the Fallout 3 debacle concerning the PS3 “inferior” quality version.