Gather round the fire, vault dwellers, and let me show you a story. Perhaps you've heard this story before—but probably not like this.
June came and went without the promised Fallout 3 downloadable content from Bethesda and July and August will too, the developers now say.
Reports are pouring in from all corners of the intersphere that Bethesda's The Pitt downloadable content for Fallout 3 is relatively broken, with graphical glitches and freezing issues abounding.
.html Lots of running-and-gunning in this here debut trailer for Fallout 3's "The Pitt", which drops March 24. So I guess I've been playing wrong.
Bethesda continues it's fine tradition of releasing three screenshots at a time, with a trio of shots depicting life in the post-apocalyptic world of Fallout 3's The Pitt downloadable content.
Three new screenshots for Fallout 3's upcoming The Pitt downloadable content introduce us to the Trogs, scampering, light-fearing mutants that want to eat your face.
Bethesda formally welcomes you to post-apocalyptic Pittsburgh, PA, with three new screenshots from the upcoming Fallout 3 add-on The Pitt. Did somebody say auto-axe?