Which Fallout 3 character should return in the next game?
The biggest games show seems to be the probably venue.
Returning to where it all began.
What would it be like to transfer bonuses between equipment?
Could it really, really be?
With the power of next gen consoles and cloud, this is very much possible.
Hi-ho, hi-ho, it's off to murder we go.
Should the next Fallout refine it's sneaky mechanics.
New Vegas developer may be able to provide an edge to the sequel.
Will the next Fallout be more serious or continue with light-hearted elements?
A return to glory or a new post-apocalyptic wasteland?
Mix and match, maybe change the stats and look around - what say, Bethesda?
The Fallout: New Vegas designer talks about locations and features he'd like to see in the next game.
Bethesda Softworks' lack of Wii U support bodes ill for Nintendo's console.
"While we would love to do another Fallout game, it's totally up to them" remarks Chris Avellone.
This is how Bethesda can nail it with Fallout 4.
Bethesda's next may already have lost out on a major territory.
Pete Hines urges fans to not make assumptions, and to understand their way of going about things.
Meanwhile, VP Pete Hines tweets stuff!
A topic has opened up asking for "ideas and suggestions for Fallout 4".