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Bethesda Softworks

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Proprietors of the Elder Scrolls series and current holders of the Fallout franchise, Bethesda Softworks have been developing video games since the mid-'80s. (and making the move to Rockwell, MD in 1990). Bethesda is currently renown both as a publisher and development house, and are owned by Zenimax Media, Inc. They are anticipating the release of Fallout 3 during 2008.

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