Fallout 3 E3 Site Discovered

From "Bethesda Softworks' parent company, ZeniMax, has a new website up, an unannounced page for Bethesda's upcoming RPG Fallout 3. The page will almost certainly be announced when E3 starts this week (edit: where our very first appointment on Tuesday is to preview the game), but we bring you the skinny ahead of time."

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unsunghero283966d ago (Edited 3966d ago )

I'm totally psyched for this game.


And, like all those who have played Jet Force Gemini, you deserve bubbles.

mepsipax3966d ago

While I am still dissapointed with Bethesdsa and Fallout III, there marketing for the game is good, there two teasers have stayed loyal to the fallout style, and this site is pretty cool, it's almost creepy, but it makes me want to play the first two again and thats a good sign, huh, Q4 2008, such a long time.

SwiderMan3966d ago

I get to play it on Tuesday :-P. It's the game I'm most looking forward to.

mepsipax3966d ago

have fun man, play it for the both of us.

SwiderMan3966d ago

It'll have fun. As I point out in that Gaming Target story (the story is by Patrick Mulhern, but I added an editor's note), I'll be hitting that game up first. Tuesday's schedule goes: Nintendo Media Briefing, Sony Press Conference, Lunch, Fallout 3.

mercenarie3966d ago (Edited 3966d ago )

that they show all versions of fallout 3, or at least the PS3 copy.

SwiderMan3966d ago

Yeah, least year's presentation was my favorite of a non-playable game. Like a lot of the software at E3, it was running on an Xbox 360. In fact, there was only ONE multi-console game that I saw running on a PS3 last year (and it was *in addition* to an Xbox 360) and that was Hellboy: The Science of Evil.

This year, I'm going to keep an account of what games are preferred to be shown on what systems when they're multi-console and report it on Gaming Target.