Darkpower of GameGazette.com writes:
"As most of you very well know by now, Bethesda's Todd Howard has made a very controversial quote concerning an endgame to Fallout 3 on the Playstation 3. He said, "Not at this time, no." This is while both the 360 version and the PC version of the popular game is scheduled to recieve post-ending content for their versions. Many people, even though that have no plans to buy a PS3 console, have called this move highly unfair and without a reason behind it. Many knew about Bethesda's decision to give the 360 some exclusive downloadable content, but never did they imagine this kind of shafting for one system's version.
This is where Game Gazette comes in. Todd Howard apparently has a love fest for MTV Multiplayer, and is obviously doing the rounds for talking to people. We want to have the opportunity to ask him a few tough questions about his reasoning behind the PS3 version being shafted like this. In this regard, I am going to challenge Todd Howard to answer these questions, and to e-mail me so we can get something set up for him to answer them, because the gamers deserve some answers that he isn't giving to questions that not too many will be asking him."
UPDATE: The story was just updated with Darkpower stating that he had already tried to call Bethesda and to get in touch with Todd Howard.