Happy Sunday everyone. Since more of these will probably continue to pop-up I’m just going to add new ones to the bottom of the list as they come in.
Rainier over at Worthplaying dropped me a note to let me know their preview of Fallout 3 is up, which includes five screens and some thoughts on their first look at Fallout 3.
Gamespot has a hefty two-page preview up over on their site.
Wenn Sie Deutschen lesen kÃ¶nnen, hat buffed.de ihre Vorbetrachtung des radioaktiven Niederschlags 3 oben. PC Action will have a cover story on Fallout 3 in their next issue, which is out July 20. Wundervoll!
Kris Graft over at Next-Gen.biz has a lengthy preview up that talks about the game, my alleged sprinkler dance, and a shot of the Bloody Mess cake I had made (I’ll put a separate entry together about that tomorrow).
Hit the jump to see the rest of today’s coverage.
[slightly off topic] If you blindfolded someone and gave them a bowl of Grape Nuts and a bowl of gravel, I’m convinced they wouldn’t be able to tell which is which. You gotta work nights and weekends to make a cereal hurt your jaw this much. I admire that kind of commitment, I just wish they’d have applied it in a different direction. Like, I dunno, taste? [/slightly off topic]
Eurogamer has posted their own rather lengthy and nicely in-depth preview on Fallout 3. Glad to see John is sighing with relief over what he saw. Trust me, we’re very aware of the “Prove It” vibe that is out there.
We have friends over at Destructoid. Oh yeah, we like those guys, just ask ‘em, they’ll tell you…it’s no secret. Anyway, Nick has posted his insights on Fallout 3. I liked the opening, particularly this bit:
But taking on the pressure of crafting a next-generation Fallout? My cardiologist has advised me to sit that one out.
Nick’s cardiologist is wise. I used to work for the American College of Cardiology, so I know my cardiologists. So head on over and read the full preview and see what Nick thought, and what you think of his thoughts. And while you’re there, stay a while and check out Destructoid. They’re good people. Tell ‘em Pete sent ya. In an update, Nick also posted a little piece about the cake as well.
Life is a contact sport. It is dangerous. Arming yourself with the right facts could save you a world of hurt, and Robert Howarth at VE has a smattering of just those sorts of facts on Fallout 3. There is also a poll to ask whether you’re down with said facts, and others you may gleen from the various previews above, and below. Update: Robert has added a second piece that discusses features of the game, plus cake.
Gametrailers has an interview up with Gavin (he of the Fallout 3 car in Forza 2, as well as that Fallout 3 thing he’s working on). You can expect others to follow at some point, as they interviewed a couple other folks as well.
Joe Rybicki has posted his Fallout 3 preview at 1Up.
Chris Buffa over at GameDaily has posted his preview of Fallout 3 in both one-minute and extended varieties.
Gstaff: Just to add to Pete’s post, here’s some additional content I’ve found this afternoon:
Kotaku writer Michael Fahey has a feature on his first solo trip (he’s all growns up) to our offices to cover the game. Coverage includes pics from the Q&A, as well impressions of his Austin Poweres-esque hotel room. He’s also added short pieces on the lunchbox and the cake, if you’re interested.
Here’s an update on the last few hours. Had to run out to see Live Free or Die, which was excellent. The trailers for Hitman and The Kingdom looked really good. Added some links to additional stories above on Kotaku and Destructoid, plus Shack’s preview below.
Shacknews has their Fallout preview up with Chris’ thoughts on the game over four hefty pages.