Fallout: New Vegas News (PC)

Fallout: New Vegas PC specs detailed by Bethesda, has gone gold

Posted: 04.10.2010 by Technet2k

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Obsidian Entertainment's development of Fallout: New Vegas has wrapped up with game discs now in production, while Bethesda reveal the PC specs.

This post-apocalypse isn't that demanding on today's PC. Ideally you should have a dual core 2.0 GHz processor and 2GB RAM at least. You got that?

Fallout: New Vegas achievements spilled, 100 points for hardcore

Posted: 31.08.2010 by Technet2k

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Want to know what badges of honour you can earn in Obsidian Entertainment's Fallout: New Vegas? Well the achievements have been dished.

The biggest one to earn is 'Hardcore' worth 100 points, and you'll need to play the entire game at the hardest level of difficulty. Beware of spoilers!

Obsidian talks Alpha Protcol

Posted: 26.08.2010 by Technet2k

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During our Fallout: New Vegas interview with Obsidian Entertainment's Josh Sawyer, we got cheeky and popped the 'Alpha Protocol' question.

AP wasn't received that well, so did it affect the New Vegas team? It was "kind of sobering" he said, and feels they maybe 'internalised' too much.

Obsidian Entertainment: "Fallout: New Vegas is done, getting ready for release"

Posted: 25.08.2010 by JamieSI

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During an Interview with Strategy Informer, Obsidian Entertainment's Project Director and Lead Designer Josh Sawyer revealed that Fallout: New Vegas is complete, and that the firm is ready to submit the game for certification at Sony and Microsoft.

"Oh it's done. We're actually getting ready to submit. The only thing we've been doing recently is fixing bugs, stabilising frame rates, certification at Sony and Microsoft and that's it! We're getting ready." said Sawyer.

Obsidian explain why Fallout: New Vegas has "a definitive ending"

Posted: 23.08.2010 by Technet2k

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There will be no wandering the wastes after you complete that final mission in Fallout: New Vegas, because Obsidian want an "impactful" climax.

If they'd have kept it open-ended then consequences could "not be very major", so they decided to use slides. New Vegas warns us of last level.