In honor of Fallout 3’s recently announced fall release[Briosafreak: What?!], we felt it was time to dig up new details on the game. The best way to do that is to harass Bethesda’s Todd Howard with a No Mutants Allowed-like fury[Briosafreak: What?!!].
Previously you told us the game would feature licensed music from the 1940s and ’50s. Any chance you could give us a few track examples?
We have a few from the InkSpots, “I Don’t Want To Set The World on Fire” being one of them. Some tracks from Bob Crosby I love including “Way back home”. Probably my favorite is a song called “Butcher Pete” by Roy Brown, a great song about a serial killer who “chops up all the women’s meat”, but is actually about him having sex with everyone’s wife in the neighborhood. It’s Americana-meets-ridiculous-violence at it’s best.[…]
It’s been almost a year since we saw the game for the first time. What is the biggest thing that has changed in the design since then?
The game’s gotten bigger. We removed some elements we had been working on that fortunately we never announced, but we also added a lot of space and elements for the player to interact with out in the wasteland. We struggled for a while with the “fun” that occurs in a desolate wasteland, but we’re finally beyond that, and the game has the right mix of scavenging and survival, while constantly showing something new.
Seems we won’t have downloadable Dogmeat armor too. I’m sure Killzig is cursing the universe for that.
Spotted this at DuckAndCover.