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Fallout: New Vegas is the new UK No.1, according to this week’s charts courtesy of UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Bethesda has announced that DLC for Fallout: New Vegas will be released exclusively on Xbox Live.
Zenimax owned publisher Bethesda Softworks has announced that that it is to open a new Benelux office in Eindhoven.
Bethesda has announced the Fallout: New Vegas Collector’s Edition will be available exclusively to GAME and Gamestation when it hit stores this October.
Release dates have been announced for what could be two of 2011’s biggest titles – Crysis 2 and Rage.
Pre-orders for Fallout: New Vegas have already surpassed those of Fallout 3.
Brink will not be released until 2011.
Fallout: New Vegas will be released in the UK on October 22nd.
Fallout: New Vegas will be accompanied by a Collector’s Edition when it hits shelves this autumn.
Bethesda believes Fallout: New Vegas can top the phenomenal success of its 2008 predecessor, Fallout 3.
The ongoing development of FPS Rage has caused its 2010 release window to slip to 2011 to give id Software extra time to perfect the game.
Fallout 3 publisher Bethesda has opened two new offices in France and Germany.
Hunted: The Demon’s Forge, the latest game from the brains behind Baldur’s Gate and Fallout, InXile, will be published by Bethesda Softworks.
Publisher Bethesda has confirmed that its upcoming first person RPG Fallout: New Vegas will be released on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC this autumn.
ZeniMax Media has won the rights to publish Rage, the anticipated first-person shooter currently in development at id Software.
The release of upcoming sci-fi action adventure Brink has been delayed until autumn 2010.
Third person shooter Wet will be the sole sponsor of Gypsy Pistoleros’ October UK tour.
Bethesda has at long last set the date for the long-awaited arrival of Fallout 3’s numerous DLC releases on PS3, with the first offering – Broken Steel – set to ...
The ghost of unprofitable Christmas past will hit consumers this Q4 – as retailers keep software prices high and publishers shunt more triple-A titles than ever to next year.
Bethesda Softworks Europe has signed up a new futuristic racer made for the Wii by Archer Maclean's studio Awesome Play.