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Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition
Game Description:Journey through the post-apocalyptic wastelands of Washington D.C. in this epic and haunting tale of survival, morality and loss. Fight for survival against mutants, irradiated creatures and ruthless scavengers as you explore one of the most chilling worlds ever conceived. Included in the Game of the Year Edition are all five DLC packs previously released for the game: Operation Anchorage, The Pitt, Broken Steel, Point Lookout and Mothership Zeta.
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Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition News

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  • Oblivion And Fallout 3 Double Pack Announced

    Bethesda announced a double-pack release of Oblivion and Fallout 3 today. On April 3rd, you'll be able to pick up the dual Game of the Year winners on on Xbox 360 and PC for $29.99 and $19.99, respectively. Although these are both "Games of the Year," these are not the Game of the Year editions, so they do not come with the DLC packs...

    Posted February 17, 2012

    Oblivion And Fallout 3 Double Pack Announced
  • Morality in Gaming - Sessler's Soapbox

    Morality in gaming is nothing new. We've all played RPG and action games that have different story lines and endings based on how good or evil you play, but some games like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim give you moral choices that don't affect the outcome. Such is the topic of this week's Soapbox. Adam ponders if these murky moral choices give a...

    Posted December 13, 2011

    Morality in Gaming - Sessler's Soapbox
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution And Its Fatal Beginning - Sessler's Soapbox

    While gamers and critics seem to be loving Deus Ex: Human Revolution, everyone agrees that there are some choices you have to make in the beginning of the game that can ruin your experience and force you to restart. The Sess sees this as something of a problem, so he decided to discuss it on this week's Soapbox. Like novels, films, and tv shows,...

    Posted August 30, 2011

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution And Its Fatal Beginning - Sessler's Soapbox
  • Inventory Management: RPG's Dead Weight - Sessler's Soapbox

    Adam Sessler has a lot on his shoulders, so he doesn't need a video game telling him he's carrying too much weight. On this week's Soapbox The Sess discusses the gameplay mechanic of encumbrance and how it's been used in games for force players to travel light. Do you enjoy inventory micro-management? Or would you download the "weightless...

    Posted June 21, 2011

    Inventory Management: RPG's Dead Weight - Sessler's Soapbox
  • Who Played The Dogs Out? The Realistic Dogs of Gaming

    Watch Larger Version of this Video There's no way to put this gently, so I'll just say it: Marmaduke is 2010's most universally reviled film so far. It's a live action adaptation Brad Anderson's newspaper comic strip that's been running since 1954, and it stars Owen Wilson as the voice of Marmaduke, with George Lopez voicing a...

    Posted June 4, 2010

    Who Played The Dogs Out? The Realistic Dogs of Gaming
  • We're All Damned: A Heartwarming Earth Day Journey Through Video Games

    Judging from the flood of negative comments our blog receives whenever we mention environmental awareness in a positive light, our readers aren’t particularly interested in the plight of Mother Earth. In the popular imagination of the internet, the image of environmentalism seems forever entwined with annoying self-righteousness, hippy...

    Posted April 21, 2010

    We're All Damned: A Heartwarming Earth Day Journey Through Video Games
  • Sessler's Soapbox: An Open World is Not Enough

    By now, gamers are very used to playing a large collection of open world games. From GTA IV to Fallout 3 to Just Cause 2, there are plenty of high quality titles that allow you to make your own story and go about missions how you see fit. But is that enough to make a great game? Such is the subject of this week's Soapbox. The Sess uses his...

    Posted March 23, 2010

    Sessler's Soapbox: An Open World is Not Enough
  • Top Five Irish Video Game Characters

    It’s Saint Patrick’s Day, folks, also known as amateur night for drinkers! But let’s celebrate the Irish, and our important contributions to Western Culture. There's jovial fist-fights, the Irish stereotype of the drunken, poetic genius embodied in such great Irishmen as James Joyce, Brendan Behan, and The Pogues' Shane...

    Posted March 17, 2010

    Top Five Irish Video Game Characters
  • Morning Hangover: What Did You Play This Weekend?

    I spent the weekend playing a bunch of Red Steel 2. I have to wait until 9AM PST to tell you what I thought, but I'll give you a hint: It's awesome. Other than that "official" game-playing, I revisted Fallout 3. Even though there are a ton of new games sitting on my shelf, and half-finished older games, I went back to the Wasteland...

    Posted February 22, 2010

    Morning Hangover: What Did You Play This Weekend?
  • Project: V13 (AKA Fallout MMO) Entering Public Beta...In 2012

    As Interplay and Bethesda duke out the future of the Fallout brand in the courts, Interplay is moving forward with Project: V13, widely believed to be a codename for a Fallout MMO. Interplay has since announced a development deal for Project: V13 with Masthead Studios (also developing Earthrise) and revealed plans to have the online game enter...

    Posted January 25, 2010

    Project: V13 (AKA Fallout MMO) Entering Public Beta...In 2012
  • Is The Book Of Eli Really Fallout 3: The Movie?

    Denzel Washington's The Book of Eli comes out this Friday, and we're all obviously excited by the prospect of Denzel kicking ass and/or taking names in a post apocalyptic wasteland. But take a look at the Book of Eli trailer... ...and tell me: Does that remind you of anything? It reminded me of Fallout 3. Check out the similarities: ...

    Posted January 13, 2010

    Is The Book Of Eli Really Fallout 3: The Movie?
  • Sessler's Soapbox: A Decade of Gaming

    It's the end of the year. The end of a decade. The end of an era. What better time to sit down and look back at what the past decade of gaming has brought into our homes. Such is the subject of the last Soapbox of 2009. Adam sits down to talk about all the games and gaming trends that have come and gone since the year 2000. Some good, some bad,...

    Posted December 30, 2009

    Sessler's Soapbox: A Decade of Gaming
  • Nugget From The Net: Fallout 3 Genocide

    Fallout 3 is such an awesome game, everyone I know who has played it has played it more than once: You start off Good, then you try the Evil route. But what about a third option? A blogger at Afrogamer has a unique play style: Genocide -- that is, killing every NPC in the entire game, whether it's Tenpenny, that half-tree dude or the slaves who...

    Posted September 22, 2009

    Nugget From The Net: Fallout 3 Genocide
  • Fallout 3: Game Of The Year Edition, PS3 DLC Details

    Just a quick heads up for fans of, and potential fans, of Bethesda Softwork’s brilliant Fallout 3. Bethesda has released an update for the PlayStation 3 version of the game that takes care of some optimization issues, as well as adds trophy support for the upcoming downloadable content that will start being released later this month. The...

    Posted September 17, 2009

    Fallout 3: Game Of The Year Edition, PS3 DLC Details
  • Sessler's Soapbox: Morality in Gaming

    Posted: December 12, 2011

    28,803 Views | 05:12

  • Sessler's Soapbox: Best Foot Forward

    Posted: August 30, 2011

    26,349 Views | 03:52

  • Sessler's Soapbox: Weighty Decisions

    Posted: June 21, 2011

    19,156 Views | 04:17

  • Who Played The Dogs Out? Dogs in Games

    Posted: June 4, 2010

    28,216 Views | 05:39

  • Sessler's Soapbox: Open Worlds Need Direction

    Posted: March 23, 2010

    35,063 Views | 05:48

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