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For the uninitiated, Operation: Anchorage sees players on a VR mission to infiltrate an Alaskan military installation, with a heavier emphasis on being stealthy than the main game. Yes, what we've just described could very well be the premise of the original Metal Gear Solid, but this is Fallout 3, right? Well, not exactly as you know it. Operation: Anchorage is a...

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Steam Halloween Sale: Fallout, Walking Dead, much more

It's that time of year again, when children dress up as monsters, adults fret over apples stuffed with razor blades and Valve slashes prices on numerous computer games right down to the bone. Yes, dear reader, the Steam Halloween Sale is now upon us. Highlights of the massive promotion include...

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Fallout 3 in 23 minutes or: How to Conquer the American Wasteland

While most Americans are doing their patriotic duty on Independence Day, setting off small explosions and slathering meat stuffs in copious gobs of ketchup, speedrunner BubblesDelFuego is celebrating his liberation of Fallout 3's speedrunning record. Bubbles was gunning for the world record at...

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Working Pip-Boy 3000 from Fallout built for NASA challenge

A fully functional Pip-Boy 3000 has emerged from the vault of Team Reno, a five-member group of people way, way smarter than us. The device can display relative humidity, altitude, latitude and longitude, atmospheric pressure, ambient temperature, object temperature and of course, radiation...

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Fallout 3 removing Games for Windows Live support, DRM on Steam [Update: Bethesda responds]

A recently-released patch for the Steam version of Bethesda's post-apocalyptic RPG Fallout 3 suggests that its Games for Windows Live support and DRM is being removed, likely in response to the service's decline and marketplace closure. NeoGAF reports that the update removes Fallout 3's...

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Assassin's Creed 4, more heavily discounted in Ubisoft's holiday sale

Ubisoft is currently hosting a massive sale, including half-priced versions of Assassin's Creed 4, and Far Cry 3 at 75 percent off. The caveats attached to these deals are all time-based and surprisingly complicated. For instance, that Assassin's Creed 4 discount is only available to UK...

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After Reset may be the Fallout 3 we never got

Before Bethesda acquired the rights to the Fallout universe, there was another Fallout 3 in development. We'll almost certainly never see that game completed, but with any luck a new Kickstarter project can take its place. In development at Black Cloud Studios, After Reset is a...

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Bethesda lowers prices on Steam, PSN and XBLA/On Demand games

Bethesda has revamped its pricing structure for a whole mess of games across Steam, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade and Xbox Live Games on Demand, permanently reducing the cost of Skyrim, Dishonored, Fallout 3 (and derivatives) and others. The full list of affected games, as well as their new...

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GamersGate offering Bethesda's best for cheap this weekend

GamersGate is hosting a big sale on Bethesda titles this weekend, featuring games from the last few years of the company's history on sale for a fraction of the usual price. Dishonored, for example, is available for a low $14.99, or you can get Skyrim for $14.95, Rage for $9.95, or Fallout: New...

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Xbox Live's April 1 DLC sale includes Fallout 3, AC3, BF3, Dishonored

Although some may consider this a joke, Xbox Live will hold a downloadable content sale for April Fools' Day. The discounts on recent games include the Assassin's Creed 3 Season Pass for $20 (33 percent off). There's also the Battlefield 3 Aftermath DLC for $7.50 (50 percent off). For those who...

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Elder Scrolls, Fallout and other Bethesda soundtracks now on iTunes

Now that's what we call Dragonborn music, Vol. 1. Bethesda Softworks has released seven of its game soundtracks to the mom and pop record shop known as "iTunes." The Elder Scrolls soundtracks, all composed by Jeremy Soule, include Morrowind and Oblivion for $9.99 each, while Skyrim asks an imperial...

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