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Fallout 4 Teased by ThreeDog Actor Eric Todd Dellums

by Ron Duwell | January 10, 2013January 10, 2013 5:45 am PST


The D.C. Wasteland’s hippest DJ,  Galaxy News Radio’s own ThreeDog, has just teased something big coming from the Fallout universe. Actually, his voice actor Eric Todd Dellums was given permission by someone to tease via Twitter that his character is going to be appearing in something very soon.

For those who have not tumbled through the ruins of Washington D.C. in Fallout 3 yet, ThreeDog is the radio DJ who plays a huge role in guiding the Lone Wanderer through his journey, and his radio station spreads news of his good deeds to keep morale high while civilians and the Brotherhood of Steel battle raiders, super mutants, and the ever advancing Enclave.

Plus, he plays lots of catchy old-timey songs from the pre-World War II days, especially this favorite gem of mine.

Here’s what he said on Twitter:

To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming! Fingers crossed!

While Dellums doesn’t specifically referring to Fallout 4, the internet is already speculating that Bethesda has the next post-apocalyptic RPG in the works, and that it will be the company’s next big game. They’ve come a long way in maturing through this generation, continually evolving their approach to RPGs while still keeping them strikingly familiar. The jumps from Oblivion to Fallout 3 to Skyrim have been astronomical leaps of quality, so one can only imagine what they will be able to pull off with Fallout 4.

Many fans reacted negatively to the news of Fallout 3 being bought out by Bethesda, and they worried the classically isometric RPG series would turn into Oblivion with guns. However, Fallout 3 is one of the greatest games of the last eight years, and I have no doubt that Fallout 4 would be spectacular in the hands of Bethesda once again.

Dellums also speculated that it could be a Fallout movie he was teasing as well, but I think the fans would riot if such a tease tuned into something so disappointing. Nothing shy of a new game can satiate the Fallout fans’ cravings.

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Ron has been living it up in Japan for the last decade, and he has no intention of leaving this technical wonderland any time soon. When he's not...