Amazon's Fallout Series Gets Spring Release Date
Happy Fallout Day!
Happy Fallout Day!
The perfect sale to indulge your nostalgia and retro curiosities.
Developer Jonasz Osmenda has recrafted Fallout 2 as a classic-style shooter, and you can play the first public build right now.
The Fallout speedrunner adds an extra letter to his name to make it more family-friendly.
Fallout Legacy is a collection containing the definitive editions of all the mainline Fallout games, but it's only coming to a couple of countries.
A massive Fallout mod that acts as an unofficial prequel to New Vegas, titled New California, is available for download.
Fallout developer reveals two canceled projects.
Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, and other games in the series are also discounted, but only for a limited time.
Get a collectible Fat Man bomb with every Fallout PC game inside.
After removing the classic games to resolve publishing issues, Bethesda has once again made them available on Steam.
A new generation is upon us. What might this mean for the venerable Fallout franchise?
Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics removed from Steam at start of 2014 due to licensing issues.
Grab some classic RPGs for free before GOG.com loses the rights to publish them.
[UPDATE] Erroneous reports circulate of a settlement in long-running legal dispute over massively multiplayer online installment of Fallout.
[UPDATE] Bethesda confirms Obsidian-developed installment in postnuclear RPG series will arrive later this year for PS3, 360, and PC; teaser trailer for game inside.
Court denies Bethesda's preliminary injunction request to prevent franchise creator from making, selling iconic postapocalyptic games.
To boost arguments in Bethesda lawsuit, Interplay releases concept shots for its Masthead-developed postnuclear role-playing game.
After 10-day extension request, postapocalyptic RPG creator claims current rights holder breached acquisition agreement, meddled with business deals.
[UPDATE] Fallout 3 developer accuses original publisher of breach of contract, trademark infringement over stillborn MMORPG and selling Fallout games on Steam, GOG.com, and GameTap.
Bethesda's latest postapocalyptic action RPG heads to the PS3, 360, PC in 2010; Black Isle Studios castaway Obsidian Entertainment developing.
SEC filing reveals that the Fallout 3 maker and IP holder is ending fallen publisher's massively multiplayer licensing agreement due to "failure to commence full-scale development."
Bethesda Softworks' Pete Hines discusses the final stages the long-awaited postapocalyptic RPG's journey to the PC, PS3, and 360.
Flush with Fallout IP cash, the once-mighty publisher reestablishes Web presence, announces Chris Taylor on board for Fallout MMOG.
GameSpot News gets the details on this upcoming PC game online distribution service from managing director Adam Oldakowski.
Company says it will make new installments of Earthworm Jim, Descent, MDK, Dark Alliance if it can get the money.
Once-mighty publisher posts profit following July Fallout IP sale, says postnuclear massively multiplayer RPG remains "key" to future.
July Game Informer cover confirms that Bethesda is bringing the postapocalyptic RPG to Sony and Microsoft's consoles in addition to the PC.
Three years after landing the rights to the futuristic RPG series, Oblivion developer now owns the property itself; Interplay to continue with Fallout-branded MMOG.
French court orders liquidation of French game company, but sources say its American subsidiary "continues to live."
Bethesda Softworks' veteran developer talks about the future of the legendary postnuclear role-playing game series.
MacPlay will release a Macintosh version of Interplay's popular role-playing game this summer.
GameSpot talks with the founder and former head of Interplay about his reasons for leaving the company and his plans for the future.
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