subdirectory_arrow_right Fallout 3 (Game)
According to former character artist Jonah Lobe, the response from Fallout fans and the fan website "No Mutants Allowed" to Bethesda purchasing the series from Interplay Entertainment and developing Fallout 3 consisted of "a lot of excitement, a lot of enthusiasm, and a lot of death threats." Lobe claimed that while he and other employees at Bethesda were not "privy" to most of the details on the threats due to the company shielding them from its workforce, as a result of the overwhelmingly vocal and mixed responses from fans, Bethesda had to hire a security guard for the first time in its 21-year history.
Actress Courtney Cox, best known for playing Monica Geller from The TV Sitcom "Friends", briefly worked for Bethesda in the 1980s. She (alongside with David Arquette, Odette Yustman, Ben Harper and the Zenimax board of directors) later helped host the Fallout 3 launch party in October 18th, 2008.