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Fallout: New Vegas (Xbox 360)
Fall out New Vegas Ships 5 Million

Jim Reilly - November 8, 2010


Submitted by apprentice (204) at 12:12AM PST on November 12, 2010


Saying Fallout: New Vegas is a hit would be a bit of an understatement. Bethesda Softworks today announced they've shipped five million copies of the game to retailers worldwide across Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC since its launch on October 19. This is up from the 4.7 million copies of Fallout 3 that were shipped during its launch period in 2008. Additionally, Fallout: New Vegas has generated over $300 million in retail sales.
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Bethesda, Obsidian Announce Fallout: New Vegas

Gamasutra - April 20, 2009


Submitted by PhilHarrision (69) at 6:33AM PST on April 21, 2009


Bethesda Softworks announced that Obsidian Entertainment is developing a brand-new Fallout game titled Fallout: New Vegas, to release next year on PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Gamasutra was at Bethesda's event in London to hear the game announced by marketing and PR VP Pete Hines, who provided few specifics on the game's engine, gameplay or perspective -- but did note the game is neither a Fallout 3 sequel nor a spin-off.
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Fallout: New Vegas drops fall 2010, first trailer debuts

Gamespot - February 4, 2010


Submitted by TheSmilkman (52) at 11:30AM PST on February 4, 2010


Bethesda confirms Obsidian-developed installment in post-nuclear RPG series will arrive later this year for PS3, 360, and PC; teaser trailer for game inside.
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Fallout: New Vegas sales results are strong

huliq.com - October 25, 2010


Submitted by bozzy1990 (1412) at 6:16AM PST on November 3, 2010


According to data reported by Gamasutra, New Vegas leads multi-platform charts in both the U.S. and U.K. markets. Moreover, of the games in the top 5, it was the only game released that week--an indicator of strong pre-order and launch-day sales. Fresh off last week, when the highest profile release was EA's somewhat disappointing Medal of Honor, this week's big name release was Bethesda's Fallout: New Vegas
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Fallout: New Vegas (Xbox 360)
Pre order figures say: New Vegas is going to sell like hell

ign.com - October 19, 2010


Submitted by bozzy1990 (1412) at 2:24PM PST on October 24, 2010


When Bethesda released Fallout 3, it was lauded as one of the greatest open-world role-playing games of the time. And right they were! This game destroyed alot of social lifes :D Bethesda kept this great and revolutianary formula in New Vegas. However with loads of new stuf: new weapons, new factions, better graphics, even better storyline. Good or bad? Your decision, no jail. To conclude: they took everything what people did not like about Fallout 3 and improved it.
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Fallout: New Vegas (Xbox 360)
Hands on

Ellie Gibson - June 24, 2010


Submitted by apprentice (204) at 6:12AM PST on September 12, 2010


Welcome to the world of New Vegas, where the house always wins. In fact, the whole place is run by one Mr House, a mysterious overlord who maintains order with the help of those robot policemen, known as Securitrons. They patrol the strip, which is just as brightly lit and busily populated as it ever was. Vegas isn't about to let a bit of war get in the way of fun.
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Fallout: New Vegas (Xbox 360)
8 things that make Isle Proud

Keza MacDonald - November 1, 2010


Submitted by apprentice (204) at 12:10AM PST on November 12, 2010


When Bethesda announced its resurrection of the Fallout series, there was a section of the gaming population throwing their hats higher than anyone else: fans of the original PC games, developed by Black Isle. Fallout 1 and 2 were and are some of the best-written games in existence. Unique, unforgiving and relentlessly bleak, they inspired real, heartfelt devotion.
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