Fallout 3 Editorials
Urban legends are the contemporary equivalent of mythologies, tales and fables. They’ve always been around, accompanying humans since the dawn of mankind. Naturally, video games also have their own share of such stories. Some are ludicrous, some are obviously fake, and others are… unsettling. Join us for episode three of Urban Legends – today, we have some more cursed arcade machines, demoralizing soundtracks and a post-apo game that's uncannily accurate in predicting the future.
The tech demo of Van Buren has been forgotten by nearly everyone, and yet it can still be found on the internet. What we have at our disposal is only a small sample, but it’s enough to make one thing very clear – it would have been a Fallout 3 completely different from the one we eventually got.
Eleven years ago, on the 12th of July 2004, Bethesda informed the public that the long-awaited Fallout 3 will soon be in the making and the company working on it will be Bethesda itself. The creators of the Elder Scrolls series may have acquired the license necessary to do so but that wasn’t the end to their ambitions.