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Three Dog Voice Actor Hints at Fallout Announcement

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Will Bethesda be announcing a sequel to the Fallout series in 2013?

It's been a little over two years since the world's last visit to the wasteland with Obsidian Entertainment and Bethesda's Fallout: New Vegas. It's high time for a return trip.

Considering the success that Bethesda's had with the Fallout franchise in the past few years, it's not surprising that there's a Fallout 4 in the works. Really, it's only a matter of when it'll be announced.

According to Erik Todd Dellums, the voice actor of the loveable (or maybe just irritating) Galaxy News Radio station that provided the oldie tunes to Fallout 3, a Fallout sequel announcement may not be that far away.

“To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming!” he tweeted.

He then later added the following: "How was that for a tease! I was given permission to release that tease, so fingers crossed."

However, when prompted for details from his followers, he declined to give any more information.

Unfortunately, Dellums wasn't clear on whether or not he meant that his suggested Three Dog reprisal will certainly be through a Fallout game.

We can only hope that Dellums's teaser was approved by Bethesda to help generate hype for the announcement of the game. Still, with GDC, PAX East, and E3 still months away, it may be time before we hear an official confirmation.

 

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    abbadon_34 , January 10, 2013 7:39 AM
    I love the Fallout series, I truely hope they put out another without any stupid mistakes (like make it an MMO, subscription, F2P, P2W, console only, etc.)
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    abbadon_34 , January 10, 2013 7:39 AM
    I love the Fallout series, I truely hope they put out another without any stupid mistakes (like make it an MMO, subscription, F2P, P2W, console only, etc.)
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    killerclick , January 10, 2013 9:09 AM
    I wish I could just not know anything about it until the day it's released. Don't want to repeat the months of waiting for Skyrim (was worth it though).
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    maigo , January 10, 2013 9:10 AM
    Hope its less buggy
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    rantoc , January 10, 2013 12:09 PM
    JJ1217Hopefully it doesn't run like crap like all other fallout games.


    Haven't had a single crash/freeze/whatever on any Fallout game nor in Skyrim to date. According to Steam its a tad over 300 hrs played total in Fallout 3 and New Vegas as well as 190ish in Skyrim (geez - times fly by when playing those damn open world games). That many hrs without any issue is what i consider stable - at least on my system...
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    Anonymous , January 10, 2013 12:50 PM
    Fallout 3 was awesome, new vegas was awesome as well but to me it just didnt have that fresh feeling like 3 did
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    bllue , January 10, 2013 12:56 PM
    I want to see them listen to the feedback they've received for the past 2 games. The setting and environment for example were some of the things that made Fallout 3 shine while the story (and how more dynamic it was in comparison to FO3) is what stood out in FNV. It would be great to see them combine those features that made these two games great. I'm sure Todd Howard will give us another unforgettable game
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    amkronos , January 10, 2013 12:56 PM
    Wish there could some day be a Wasteland equivalent to Fallout. I like Fallout, but after New Vegas it got a little tired.
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    bllue , January 10, 2013 12:57 PM
    I want to see develop some things around the feedback they've received for the past 2 games. The setting and environment for example were some of the things that made Fallout 3 shine while the story (and how more dynamic it was in comparison to FO3) is what stood out in FNV. It would be great to see them combine those features that made these two games great in their own way. I'm sure Todd Howard won't disappoint
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    bllue , January 10, 2013 12:58 PM
    I want to see them listen to the feedback they've received for the past 2 games. The setting and environment for example were some of the things that made Fallout 3 shine while the story (and how more dynamic it was in comparison to FO3) is what stood out in FNV. It would be great to see them combine those features that made these two games great in their own ways. I'm sure Todd Howard will give us another unforgettable game
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    bllue , January 10, 2013 12:59 PM
    I want to see them listen to the feedback they've received for the past 2 games. The setting and environment for example were some of the things that made Fallout 3 shine while the story (and how more dynamic it was in comparison to FO3) is what stood out in FNV. It would be great to see them combine those features that made these two games great in their own ways. I'm sure Todd Howard will give us another unforgettable game.
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    yzfr1guy , January 10, 2013 1:03 PM
    Fallout fan Forever! Well unless it goes mmorpg, then it'll be the saddest day much like it will be for Skyrim..
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    ddpruitt , January 10, 2013 1:10 PM
    Let's see what Bethesda can do with it. I've noticed that Bethesda games are hit or miss, either the game is really good or really bad. They don't seem to have any in between and I hope this is one of the good ones.
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    yzfr1guy , January 10, 2013 1:11 PM
    Fallout Fan Forev3r!

    Well that is unless they were to go mmorpg like Skyrim is, then it'd be the saddest day in these dark pc gaming times..
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    ddpruitt , January 10, 2013 1:16 PM
    I've noticed that Bethesda's games are hit or miss, either they make a really good game or a really bad one, there's no in between. Hopefully this is one of the good ones.


    *** Edit ****
    Apparently the posts aren't showing up correctly and I ended up double posting
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    manny_bones , January 10, 2013 1:50 PM
    rantocHaven't had a single crash/freeze/whatever on any Fallout game nor in Skyrim to date. According to Steam its a tad over 300 hrs played total in Fallout 3 and New Vegas as well as 190ish in Skyrim (geez - times fly by when playing those damn open world games). That many hrs without any issue is what i consider stable - at least on my system...


    I've had the occasional game crash, but thanks to a long-ingrained tendency to save often, it doesn't bother me that much. And, since I tend to play at the same time my wife is playing Sims 3 on her computer, in comparison I cannot complain. At. All.
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    nitrium , January 10, 2013 4:54 PM
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    amkronosWish there could some day be a Wasteland equivalent to Fallout. I like Fallout, but after New Vegas it got a little tired.

    How about Wasteland 2? http://wasteland.inxile-entertainment.com/
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    heero yuy , January 10, 2013 8:33 PM
    I hope they fix dat fallout shuffle
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    stevo777 , January 10, 2013 10:27 PM
    It just annoyed me in 3 when they cut you off at level 20 with no hope of leveling past that. That kind of killed the game for me at that point as it felt useless to continue. I was having a lot of fun up till that point, but was dismayed when I found out there was a level cap. Honestly, I have no idea why they would do that. You could argue against becomming much more powereful then the NPC's, but that should be my choice. At least at level 20, offer me a chance to continue leveling or not, but let me decide--not Bethesda. There is vast territory in 3 that was open ended, and you would probably hit 20 well before you've explored everything. Just my opinion.
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    czerro , January 11, 2013 4:20 AM
    adgfrgerr54Fallout 3 was awesome, new vegas was awesome as well but to me it just didnt have that fresh feeling like 3 did

    rantocHaven't had a single crash/freeze/whatever on any Fallout game nor in Skyrim to date. According to Steam its a tad over 300 hrs played total in Fallout 3 and New Vegas as well as 190ish in Skyrim (geez - times fly by when playing those damn open world games). That many hrs without any issue is what i consider stable - at least on my system...


    I love Bethesda, and they make massive games...but c'mon. Oblivion, Fallout 3, and Fallout: New Vegas never crashed on you?! Those games were all buggy as hell. It just shows how great those games are though that no one slights them in the least.
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