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Fallout 3 to Feature Liam Neeson

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 8, 2007

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Bethesda SoftworksNews in the video gaming industry spreads like greased lightning!

Totally360.com, an Xbox news and game reviews site, reported today that actor Liam Neeson will lead a cast of voice over talent in the video game Fallout 3.

A number of sources including the Washington Post are all a buzz about Fallout 3.

Bethesda Softworks has just announced that Irish-born Hollywood actor Liam Neeson will star in Fallout 3, voicing the role of the main characters father who appears throughout the game, a prominent character in the upcoming post-apocalyptic adventure title, the company says.

This role was written with Liam in mind, and provides the dramatic tone for the entire game, said Todd Howard, Executive Producer of Fallout 3. Liam is absolutely amazing to work with.

Its been a pleasure bringing the father to life and working with the wonderfully talented people at Bethesda on Fallout 3, said Neeson. I hope the fans of the franchise and the game will be excited by the results.

To view a piece of concept art (and hear some intense music), go to the official Fallout 3 Bethesda Softworks website.

If you're a fan of the Fallout franchise or Liam Neeson, please feel free to leave a comment!

Best wishes,

Stephanie

Logo referenced from the Bethesda Softworks Website

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