As the game draws ever closer to completion and eventual release, Fallout 3
has been garnering some serious momentum in the news, be it surrounding die-hard fans of Fallout and Fallout 2 criticising the game for not
being Fallout or Fallout 2, or its initial ban, then classification in Australia following the renaming of real-world drugs, which then went on to be included in all versions, worldwide. Good or bad, I'm pretty sure all of this is going to result in solid sales.
We have some new screens
up, and also came across a pretty cool interview that is geared more toward those inclined to pick this up on PC over at Shack News
, where one of the better quotes from Bethesda's Pete Hines comes in response to the Aussie drug renaming 'scandal':
"It is seriously the biggest non-issue in the history of videogames. It got way more attention than it merits."
Agreed Pete. Fallout 3
is due to release in Australia on October 28 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.