Eurogamer posted a "hands-on" preview. It is extremely light on actual gameplay analysis.<blockquote>There wasn't enough time to fully explore the interplay between factions during this short demo, so I settled for mucking about with some of the new weapons being introduced in New Vegas. In short, New Vegas looks set to be more of an evolution of the Fallout series than a revolution. Not that fans of the previous game will be complaining, of course, and not to discount these changes and new features. Judging by what we've seen so far, they've been conscientiously thought through, and sit comfortably within the framework which made Fallout 3 such a success.</blockquote>Front Towards Gamer did a podcast in the beginning of June featuring senior designer Larry Liberty. Reconite sums it up:<blockquote>-One of the followers references Fallout 3 -The wasteland is as big as or bigger than Fallout 3's -More stuff about damage threshold and different ammo types -Some radio DJ called "Mr. New Vegas" -It's possible to obtain a "blinged out Pip-Boy model" called the Pip-Boy 3 Billion -They're "not ready to talk about DLC" for New Vegas -Still no multiplayer -The interviewer mentions to Larry that some players felt overwhelmed by Fallout 3 and want the game to be more accessible</blockquote>As mentioned in the podcast and later on "exclusively" by DasReviews, Las Vegas entertainer Wayne "Mr. Las Vegas" Newton will do the voice for entertainer Mr. New Vegas in the game New Vegas.<blockquote>We had always suspected it but now its official: Wayne Newton aka Mr Vegas will now be called Mr. New Vegas. Yes, that’s right! Wayne Newton is an official voice actor in Fallout New Vegas and he plays Mr. New Vegas.</blockquote>Thanks also to anonymous and Acra.