Even Benny’s got some serious moves on the wasteland dance floor thanks to a New Vegas mod currently making the rounds. With a single console command, you too can bring out the inner “Hip Hop Shake” in every on-screen character. While the PC mod doesn’t technically support Kinect, we won’t stop you from rearranging your furniture and gettin’ busy.
Here’s another web roundup to fill up your web browsers before digging into turkey and mashed potatoes.
In last week’s In the ‘Works, we shared new details on Fallout: New Vegas’ upcoming DLC, Dead Money, which hits Xbox LIVE on December 21st. You can also check out the content’s fact sheet, and above we’ve got the first screenshot.
More news, including coverage on the iPhone release of RAGE, after the jump.
At Planet Fallout, there’s a new sweeps where can enter for a chance to win a custom Fallout: New Vegas PC — built by the guys at iBUYPOWER. The PC features the NCR Ranger from New Vegas on the case and below you’ll find the system specs…
Case: Lexa-S (Fallout: New Vegas Custom Edition)
CPU: Core i7-870
Memory: 4GB DDR3
Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 460 1GB
Hard Drive: 500GB 7200RPM
Optical Drive: DVD +/-RW
In addition to the grand prize, two first prize winners will pick up a Fallout: New Vegas Collector’s Edition (Xbox 360) with the game sleeve signed by the team at Obsidian Entertainment.
The first downloadable content for Fallout: New Vegas was just announced!
“Dead Money” will tell the tale of a deal gone bad. After teaming up with three fellow wastelanders, players will need to pull off an intense heist to find and recover the treasure of the Sierra Madre Casino.
If you’re looking for a sneak peek at Dead Money, we might have something In The ‘Works. For now, here’s the official release:
BETHESDA SOFTWORKS REVEALS DETAILS FOR FIRST FALLOUT®: NEW VEGAS™ DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT
‘Dead Money’ Available December 21st Exclusively on Xbox LIVE
November 17, 2010 (Rockville, MD) – Bethesda Softworks®, a ZeniMax® Media company, today announced that Dead Money, the first downloadable content for Fallout®: New Vegas™, will be available exclusively on Xbox LIVE® for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft beginning December 21, 2010.
Nominees were voted on by an advisory council comprised of 25 leading publications including Entertainment Weekly, USA Today, Wired, Game Informer, Kotaku, IGN, GameSpot, and Joystiq. Winners will also be determined by the council.
Like the big sticker says above, you can watch the 2010 VGAs on Saturday, December 11th at 8PM EST — live on Spike.
One of the most commonly asked questions Nick and I receive is, “Where can I get some of the cool swag you give out at events?” While we don’t always have leftovers to use for giveaways, we were recently able to secure some pretty cool items for our games… and it’s all for a good cause.
As many of you already know, over Labor Day weekend, Company of Heroes Online lead designer Brian Wood was tragically killed in a car accident while saving the lives of his wife and unborn child. Since then, we’ve seen tons of support for Brian’s family from within game development community, and we decided that we’d like to help out, too. Over the past couple months, we’ve started working on collecting items to auction off on eBay — with all proceeds of the auctions going to The Brian Wood Memorial Trust.
Beginning today, these are the items we’re auctioning off:
All auctions are running now and will end in seven days. This is your chance to get some cool, limited stuff in time for the holidays. To those that win, we thank you for helping contribute to Brian’s family.
Update: Despite what the listing says, we will ship to winners outside of the US.
This weekend we’ve got exciting new preview coverage for the upcoming iPhone release of RAGE. IGN’s Levi Buchanan has the scoop, and above you can check out their exclusive video footage on the game.
And as previewed in last week’s episode of The Jace Hall Show, Jace recently had to a chance to check out RAGE on iPhone with id Software’s Matt Hooper and Jason Kim. The fun starts about 3o seconds into the show. Also on the show, you can see more of Jace going ballistic on Veronica (played by Felicia Day) in New Vegas.
With the help of the team at Digital Foundry, Eurogamer has posted a new time-lapse video showing off day/night cycles for various areas of the Mojave Wasteland. Sound familiar? You might have seen their previous videos for games like Burnout: Paradise, Red Dead Redemption, and yes, even Fallout 3.
Without an embed link, you’ll need to head here to watch it.