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Fallout 3 Postmortem

Fallout 3 Afterthoughts on is a postmortem conversation about Fallout 3, discussing the outcome of the RPG sequel with Bethesda Softworks' Emil Pagliarulo. The conversation has some spoilers, as they discuss the game's endings, so that should be kept in mind if you haven't finished yet. They also discuss future plans, such as the goal of releasing three DLC packages on a monthly basis: "We announced three new DLCs for Xbox 360 and PC. Operation: Anchorage first, then The Pitt, and then Broken Steel. The plan right now is to release them a month apart. That may change, but we're working hard on them and hope to keep as close to that schedule as possible. Right now, there are no plans to do anything as big as Shivering Isles for Oblivion. All the DLCs we announced for Fallout 3 are around the size of Knights of the Nine for Oblivion. So it's still a substantial amount of content, with new quest [sic], new enemies, new locations, new 360 achievements, and several hours of gameplay -- all that good stuff. Oh, and no -- no current plan to visit the Commonwealth, which is indeed Massachusetts: Home sweet home for me! Go Southie!"

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17. Re: Fallout 3 Postmortem Dec 30, 2008, 15:47 Krovven
mind you, just that if you are the only one complaining about bugs on Bluesnews then you are in a distinct minority

I dont know where you are reading Prez, but Ive seen plenty of mentioned of bugs on Blues for F3. As linked above, someone has gone to great lengths to track Fallout 3 bugs there are so many, and this is just one list of bugs). And with Bethesdas track record, you can probably expect they will never be fixed.

I dont play the game, have no interest in playing the game. In one ear I hear from people how fantastic Fallout 3 is, in the other ear I hear how its buggy it is and is Oblivion with guns and houses many of the same problems Oblivion had. And with my eyes I see a game that looks really bland after you get over the first...'ooo that looks cool' and then start going...'everything looks the same'.
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