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Fallout 3 DRM won’t be that bad

Fallout 3 DRM won’t be that bad

Fallout 3 is a game that is seriously anticipated. And while it used to only be available on PCs, it will now, for the first time, be available on the Xbox 360 as well. That development spells DRM issues and Bethesda developer, Pete Hines attempted to set the record straight during an interview with Shack News.

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Pre-order Fallout 3 and get a fake 45

Pre-order Fallout 3 and get a fake 45

Is there really any reason to pre-order most games except to get yourself some swag? I rarely have trouble finding a game on release day unless it's something crazy-big, and even then it usually just takes wandering into Walmart or Meijer and grabbing it. So what crazy free goodies are you going to get for pre-ordering Fallout 3 at GameStop? You'll be getting 5 free tracks from the game.

No demo coming for Fallout 3

No demo coming for Fallout 3

When you know that a major game will be coming out, you'll usually wait around for a demo to come out a short while before the actual game does. You'll usually get enough of a taste of the game to leave you wanting more, and thus play it over and over. However, if you're hoping for a demo of Fallout 3, you can stop, because it isn't happening.

Fallout 3 will feature over 200 possible endings

Fallout 3 will feature over 200 possible endings

When you play a game, you expect there to be one ending. (No, throwing your controller through the TV in frustration does not count as an ending). Sure, some games do give you a chance to experience different endings based on the choices you make throughout the game. However, even in these games you're limited to a few at best. Not Fallout 3 though, it's got more ways to finish than you can shake a stick at.

According to a recent podcast with Bethesda's Todd Howard, there are more than 200 possible endings. No, that's not a typo, there really are two zeros on that number.

Interplay Finally Looking To Produce Fallout Online

Interplay Finally Looking To Produce Fallout Online

Now all they need is the money. So far they have taken nearly 6 years to go from being $59 million in debt, to being only $3 million in debt, which is apparently an acceptably enough amount to start looking for investors in their last gambit.

Apparently a lot of the money that went towards paying off their debts came from Bethesda when they bought all of the Fallout intellectual property, with one exception, Fallout Online. Now they are begging, borrowing, and stealing to get the dough to make an MMOG or massive multiplayer online game.

Will China’s politicized Apple slam hurt iPhone 6 sales?

Will China’s politicized Apple slam hurt iPhone 6 sales?

Apple has found itself at the heart of a fresh national security storm in China, with the iPhone branded a danger not only to individual users but to state secrets as a tool of the NSA. The accusations, made by state broadcaster China Central TV (CCTV) this week, are being described as the latest example of "post-Snowden" fallout, with the US surveillance activities exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden raising tensions between the two nations.

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Infamous hacker “Sabu” released with Time Served

Infamous hacker “Sabu” released with Time Served

In the year 2011, Hector "Sabu" Monsegur was arrested for his alleged hacking crimes in association with the hacker group Lulzsec - associated in turn with Anonymous. Today he’s been set free by a judge after several years of collaborating with law enforcement to infiltrate and take down key members of Anonymous and Lulzsec. Sabu served a total of 7-months in a jail environment while awaiting trial in 2011.

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Planned space missions face delays without Russian rocket engine

Planned space missions face delays without Russian rocket engine

Russia, who we rely on to get up to the ISS, is currently entertaining a ban on allowing the US use of their rocket engines. NASA, having hamstrung their rocket program not long ago, has no recourse for that action. SpaceX, which seems the only other option, isn’t quite ready for prime time. The fallout may cost the US $5 billion and delay up to 31 planned missions, The Pentagon says in a new report.

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