On the Road…again

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So I’m back out on the road for the first of two trips over the next three weeks following up with folks who didn’t get a chance to see Fallout 3 at E3 or Leipzig. We really aren’t doing it for more coverage, but to make sure folks at different sites and publications have had a chance to see it. Often times a given publication may only have one or two folks come by to see the demo during a trade show like E3, which is fine for the purpose of a particular preview or article. However, as you go forward you work with a variety of folks on feature articles, stories, and so forth, and it’s important for them to have seen the game for themselves. So this week I’m in San Fran to see a number of folks.

James Mielke over at 1Up put up a post on his blog talking about seeing the Fallout demo for the first time. Here’s an excerpt from his post:

Being the busy bee that I am, I don’t usually get to play too many games at E3, and that being the case, I definitely didn’t get to see Bethesda‘s stunning Fallout 3 in action. Well, today Bethesda’s VP of PR came through the offices and gave us a very articulate walkthrough of the new game’s features and mechanics. I asked a lot of questions and got a lot of answers, and as someone who has had a hard time getting into Oblivion, I have to say, Fallout 3 really blew me away.

Read the rest of James’ thoughts at his blog at 1Up. In addition, I did a podcast session with the boys at IGN this afternoon that is now available should you have any desire to listen to that sort of thing. You can find it here.

Reader Comments

  1. Yay, I’d be lloking forward to Briosas comments. Plz do.
    And bring some strawberry flavoured beer, just to annoy the heck out of him. :D

  2. I always make strange sounds when someone mentions strawberry flavored beer. The same happens to some folks at Bethesda, Megan Sawyer normally says “gnash!”, Fred Zeleny mumbles “gnoopfruit!” and Ricardo Gonzalez screams “”Rechtsbehelfsbelehrung”.

    And Matt Grandstaff sings with a high pitch voice Sammy Davis Jr.’s rendition of Hammerstein and Rogers “There Is Nothin’ Like a Dame”