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FYI: More Fallout 3 DLC For 360 & PS3, Early Trico Footage

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  • Fallout 3 DLC Coming to PS3. Two more coming to all platforms (via PR)
    • Operation: Anchorage will be released for PS3 in late June
    • The Pitt and Broken Steel will be released 4-6 weeks apart
    • New DLC: Point Lookout – Swampland containing new quests and content
      • Late June release
      • Will cost 800 MS Points
    • New DLC: Mothership Zeta – Aliens have returned; survive an abduction.
      • Late July release
      • Will cost 800 MS Points
    • Both new DLC will cost be available for PS3 at a later date.
  • From the Makers of  PGR4, Bizarre Creations Announces Blur (via GamerSyde)


  • Windows 7 Release Scheduled For October 15th, 2009? (via TechReport)
  • Team Fortress 2 Sniper & Spy Class Update Details (via TeamFortress.com)
    • Sniper getting new “Huntsman” weapon (bow) & “Razorback” shield for anti-backstabs
    • New “Payload Race” game mode
    • Spy getting “Dead Ringer” & “Cloak & Dagger” spy watches
    • Spy also getting “Ambassador” revolver (check out the picture on the barrel)

Video of the Day

Early Project Trico Footage

Some notes (from GAF) of this exciting piece of footage.

  • Super early footage of the game; not indicitive of the final product at all
  • Simply confirms the existence of the game and that it will have a giant birdrat collossus
  • Meant to be shown internally
  • Music is from a 1990’s Coen Brothers movie called Miller’s Crossing

Fallout 3 DLC for PS3 should be exciting at least one person I know. As for me? I don’t even own a copy of the game anymore.

Shadow of the Colossus is one of the most unique games I’ve ever played. I may not remember every single detail, but thinking back always brings back a pleasant feeling. This Trico footage hits the right notes. I hope they show something this year at E3!

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon came in today. Even though I knew exactly what I was ordering, I was still pleasantly surprised.


For $40.67  CAD, I get this nicely packaged PlayStation 2 game. Forget the fact that the pre-order bonus item is a plushie of Raiho. Focus on the notion of a PlayStation 2 Japanese role playing game receiving this kind of treatment in 2009. And without charging an exorbitant price tag. I’ve seen PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 games with shittier Collector Edition offerings. Atlus knows how to treat its fans.

Thanks, Atlus.

P.S – I just realized this stuff is numbered. I got #11556.

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