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How many copies will Fallout 3 sell in the US in October?
(10/5/08 - 11/1/08)

In association with:
forecasts
375K
copies

Today's change:
0.00 (0.00%)

Daily Volume 0
Total Volume 399,448

What Metascore will Fallout 3 receive?
In association with:
forecasting
93
metascore

Today's change:
0.00 (0.00%)

Daily Volume 0
Total Volume 89,935


Publisher Bethesda Softworks Studio Bethesda Softworks Genre Role-playing
Release Dates 10/28/08 TBA 10/31/08 TBA

Fallout 3 is a role-playing game currently under development by Bethesda Softworks. It will be the third major game in the Fallout series, which has also spawned two spin-offs, Fallout Tactics, and Brotherhood of Steel. Unlike previous games in the series, Fallout 3 will be set on the East Coast of the United States.

Bethesda have announced their intention to make Fallout 3 similar to the previous two games, focusing on non-linear gameplay, a good story, and true "Fallout humor". Bethesda has also stated the game will be rated M for mature, and will have the same sort of adult themes, violence, and depravity that are characteristic of the Fallout series. Fallout 3 will use the same Gamebryo engine that was used in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and is also being developed by the same team.

RELEASE DATE: TBA / info taken from Wikipedia

See also Fallout 3 (Xbox PS3) and Fallout 3 (PC)

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Fallout 3 Has Over 200 Endings

kotaku - March 24, 2008


Submitted by Ohnodonho (210) at 5:32PM PST on March 24, 2008


Now Bethesda's Todd Howard has appeared in the latest OXM podcast, saying that the game now has more than 200 different endings as of last week. 200 endings? That doesn't even seem like a real number, does it? Considering he's also saying the game is twice as long as they initially estimated (40 hours with side quests), I am pretty sure you could play the game forever.
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360 is our lead dev platform,” says Bethesda

VG247 - April 17, 2008


Submitted by Rol83 (72) at 6:11AM PST on April 17, 2008


“The 360 is our lead development platform, so we got it working on that one first,” he said. "I mean, we develop them all simultaneously, but one of them’s got to be the lead, so it was 360... But at this point all three of them are pretty much on par. The goal is that, if I get three versions in here and hide the console or PC and just had them running on the screen, that you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.”
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Fallout 3 Moves 4.7 Million Copies

Kotaku - November 6, 2008


Submitted by afsplat (34) at 8:17AM PST on November 6, 2008


Released just last Tuesday for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Games for Windows platform, Bethesda has shipped an estimated 4.7 million copies of the game to retail outlets all across North America and the UK, representing retail sales of more than $300 million - that's a million times the amount of money I have in my bank account right now. Of course those are shipping numbers, but the sales have been flowing quite nicely as well.
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Fallout 3 OXM Review Scan 10/10

OXM - October 18, 2008


Submitted by OuterHaven (133) at 11:16AM PST on October 18, 2008


"Our 40-ish hours of game time over four days at Bethesda's Maryland HQ went by on fast-forward. We often forgot to eat, and we begrudged bathroom breaks. Games this captivating don't come along often. Between its engrossing story, ginormous world, well-crafted RPG side, and white-knuckle FPS combat, Fallout 3 completely, utterly gives you your $60 worth."
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Fallout 3 outsells all the previous series combined

GamesIndustry - November 4, 2008


Submitted by welshbloke (22) at 1:06AM PST on November 4, 2008


The game has outsold combined sales (UK) in the region of the original Fallout and its sequel, and spin-off titles Fallout Tactics and Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. First week sales were also 57 per cent stronger than the first week performance of Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. According to data from GfK Chart-Track, 55 per cent of all sales were on the Microsoft format, 28 per cent on Sony's home console and 17 per cent for the PC.
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