Three packs to round out New Vegas' story over the next couple of months.
Reports of saves translating into frequent game crashes have Bethesda regrouping.
As several projects wrap up, it's appearing some employees have been let go.
Dead Money coming soon to PC, PSN. Three more packs coming to everyone!
I can't even think of something in New Vegas that isn't getting tweaked by this thing.
You'll have to deal with the Sierra Madre Casino's defense system and a band of mysterious people who wear bear traps on their hands.
New terrain, new enemies, and new choices await in New Vegas' first bit of paid DLC.
Bethesda aims to squash save corruption bugs, as well as other unspecified stuff.
But the patch doesn't fix everything. Stay tuned!
Bethesda plans to drop patches for all three versions of the game.
Quick! Call GameStop!
At least that's what my highly unscientific Twitter-based pseudo-poll says!
You won't be able to explore after the credits roll.
Wayne Newton and Matthew Perry will join Ron Perlman and Michael Dorn.
Did I mention creepy old music?
Talk about options.
Find out what Obsidian is doing with the hallowed RPG franchise in its new follow-up to Fallout 3.
Fallout: New Vegas scheduled for 2010 release on PS3, PC, and Xbox 360.
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