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Fallout 4 Xbox One controller arrives next month

Fallout 4 Xbox One controller arrives next month

You’ve been preparing for it — maybe you’ve even shelled out for the special beer — and now it is nearly upon us: Fallout 4 arrives next month for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Those playing it on the Xbox console will have a special controller option thanks to Bethesda, which is teasing gamers with a bright blue controller up for pre-sale in its online store. The controller is only offered for Xbox One, and it’ll arrive alongside the game.

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Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition is back in stock

Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition is back in stock

War. War never changes. Nor does the beginning of a Fallout game. One of the first things that happens in any Fallout game is that you equip a certain device on your wrist. For one reason or another, you're gifted this device, and it becomes central to everything in the game. That is, of course, a Pip-Boy. And for a short time, you have the chance to get one for real.

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Fallout Anthology arrives in mini nuke shell just in time for Fallout 4

Fallout Anthology arrives in mini nuke shell just in time for Fallout 4

If you're looking forward to this fall's release of Fallout 4 but missed one of the previous titles in the series — or have never played any of them — then now's the time to get brought up to speed, as Bethesda's Fallout Anthology is available today throughout North America. The package includes the PC version of every title in the series, from the first Fallout all the way to Fallout: New Vegas, all inside a mini nuclear bomb shell.

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3D files needed to make your own Fallout 4 Pip Boy published

3D files needed to make your own Fallout 4 Pip Boy published

Bethesda managed to make one of the coolest limited edition video game bundles of all time when it launched the Pip Boy editions of Fallout 4. These limited edition games came with a version of the Pip Boy from the game that you could wear that offered details from the game on your forearm. If you wanted one of those Pip Boys, but were unable to land one of the limited edition video games you can now make your own.

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Fallout Shelter Android release this August with Mr. Handy

Fallout Shelter Android release this August with Mr. Handy

Smash hit mobile app Fallout Shelter, from the folks that brought you Fallout, is coming to Android. This app launched soon after the next Fallout game (Fallout 4) was announced earlier this year, launching only on the Apple App Store. That was June - almost immediately after launching, Fallout Shelter became the number one most downloaded game in 48 countries and the most downloaded app of ANY KIND in 25 countries. Needless to say, it's hyped up - and of course a very fine game in its own right.

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Fallout Anthology announced with 5 PC games in a mini nuke shell

Fallout Anthology announced with 5 PC games in a mini nuke shell

Are you starting to get caught up in the hype for the upcoming Fallout 4, but have never really played any of the original games? Or maybe you only played the previous entry, New Vegas, and want to experience the full series? Well, developer Bethesda has just dropped a bombshell — literally — for players in your situation. Late September will see the release of Fallout Anthology, which includes Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3, and Fallout New Vegas. Priced at only $50, the whole collection comes inside a mini nuclear bomb.

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Fallout Shelter expected to hit Android in August

Fallout Shelter expected to hit Android in August

Fallout Shelter, the hit mobile game that ties-in with the forthcoming Fallout 4, was first released a few weeks ago on iOS. The free app has since reached the tops of both the App Store's most downloaded, and top grossing, due to the in-app purchases. When Shelter was first revealed at E3, alongside Fallout 4, developers Bethesda mentioned that it was coming to Android too, but there's been no timeframe for its release. Fortunately, one Bethesda employee has taken to Twitter to narrow down the window for fans.

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Pre-ordering Fallout 4 on Xbox One gets users Fallout 3 too

Pre-ordering Fallout 4 on Xbox One gets users Fallout 3 too

Back in during all the madness of E3 last month, when developer Bethesda first announced Fallout 4, they also mentioned that those who buy the Xbox One version of the game would get a free downloadable copy of 2008's Fallout 3. Other details were slim at that time, such as if the deal required the purchase of the limited edition of Fallout 4, or for how long the offer would be available. Bethesda has now cleared the air on things, with a blog post detailing how Xbox One gamers can score the series' previous entry.

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Bethesda will accept Fallout 4 preorder made with bottle caps

Bethesda will accept Fallout 4 preorder made with bottle caps

It was only a week ago when we told you about the dedicated Fallout fan that sent a box full of bottle caps to developer Bethesda as a pre-order for the upcoming Fallout 4. The gamer, who goes by GatorMacheteJr on Imgur, detailed how he had collected over 2,200 bottle caps in the seven years since Fallout 3 as a sign of how much he loved the series. Seeing as how bottle caps are used as currency in the game's post-nuclear apocalypse setting, he figured they were just as good as cash in paying for the next game.

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Dedicated Fallout fan tries to preorder Fallout 4 with over 2,000 bottle caps

Dedicated Fallout fan tries to preorder Fallout 4 with over 2,000 bottle caps

Dedication. It's what sets the diehard fans apart from the casual players in gaming. If you thought you could count yourself among the biggest fans of the popular Fallout series, think again. With the recent announcement of Fallout 4, gamers are eagerly awaiting their chance to jump into the latest post-apocalyptic, open-world RPG setting this November. Pre-orders began earlier this week, through the typical merchants, but one fan has decided to place his order directly with developer Bethesda. By mailing them over 2,000 bottle caps.

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Bethesda at E3: Dishonored 2, Elder Scrolls: Legacy, Fallout 4

Bethesda at E3: Dishonored 2, Elder Scrolls: Legacy, Fallout 4

It's almost time for E3 2015, so naturally, companies are making sure you get to hear their spiels first with their pre-E3 conferences. One of the first to put out their wares is Bethesda and you might already have heard about the new Doom that's will be blasting its way to PC and consoles in Spring. Of course, that's not the only thing the game maker is showing off. In fact, it has a loot bag of game announcements that span not just PCs or console but even mobile devices.

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New Doom demoed at E3: prepare for a bloodbath

New Doom demoed at E3: prepare for a bloodbath

If the first Doom game in 1993 had parents and religious organizations up in arms, they would probably have nothing on today's latest incarnation. Or re-incarnation, so to speak. At its pre-E3 2015 show, Bethesda, who know owns Doom maker id Software, unveiled to the public for the very first time the new Doom. Aside from getting in on the times in terms of graphics technology and player agility, this upcoming first person shooter is also getting an update in terms of gore and violence, in line with today's standards as well.

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