Amazon Gets Fallout 3: Survival Edition

"Amazon gets the exclusive rights to sell a limited edition Fallout 3 package"

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Amazon Gets Fallout 3: Survival Edition
It seems that Amazon has gotten a deal with game developer Bethesda for the exclusive right to sell a limited edition package for Fallout 3 dubbed the Survival Edition.  Included in this package are the game itself (obviously), the usual "Making Of" DVD and hardcover artbook, a special aluminum lunchbox, an alarm clock, and a 5" Vault Boy statuette.
"This is an exciting day for Amazon customers and Fallout fans," said Greg Hart vice president of video games and software at Amazon.

"We're delighted to be the exclusive destination for Fallout 3 Survival Edition; this is a great example of the continually expanding selection we offer to gamers."

"We're thrilled to be working with on this exclusive edition," said Vlatko Andonov, president of Bethesda Softworks.

"The Survival Edition offers gamers the unique opportunity to own a piece of videogame history along with a collection of limited edition items – it's the definitive Fallout 3 package."
Unfortunately, those fans of the Fallout series in the UK are out of luck, as this package will only be available in the US.
Fancy this special edition package?  Annoyed at the exclusive Amazon and US availability?
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07-06-2008, 19:01:01

WC Annihilus
"Intel uses the Nehalem platform to take the ongoing struggle with Nvidia to a whole new level"

Read on

07-06-2008, 19:17:12

Read this the other day.

Tis indeed a rather bold move by Intel. I wonder if they will stick to these claims.

07-06-2008, 20:00:29

Nick R
A very bad descision tbh.

07-06-2008, 20:46:53

So much wasted skill, if the big green and Intel get together AMD will fall at their knees. :)

07-06-2008, 22:45:55

look at good sides of this , to cooperate with intel nvidia must present very good chipset/GPU (and we are waiting for it) . This kind of competition is good for us = users, it improves quality of products. Anyway we will see what will happen in next few months, cant say much now;]

07-06-2008, 23:52:16

PP Mguire
tut tut.

08-06-2008, 04:53:17

This would be great, because the intel chips pwn the nvidia ones, and now we can get sli on intel, at a reasonable price (not £300 mobo!!)

08-06-2008, 04:56:47

WC Annihilus
Edit: hmm, I totally read that wrong. Anyways, I would consider it a sad day when Nvidia gives Intel SLI cause of crap like this

08-06-2008, 05:17:37

This is maybe the lamest thing intel has ever done. It really makes me mad to see a company such as intel, bullying others so they can have it their way.

08-06-2008, 14:08:19

I personally think they`re both being as bad as each other.

Sure I can understand their reasonings, petty as they may seem to me, but nVidia need to look at AMD/Ati and for AMD & Intel to be licensing back`n`fore has to be a reversal of what these 2 are doing as let`s face it there are cpu "wars" as well as gpu ones.

Where`s VIA these days ? They`re still about doing stuff on the quiet.

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