Welcome to the Nukapedia News Digest, where thanks to Wasteland 1 being released to Wasteland 2 backers, we’re partying like its 1988.
(Didn’t join the Wasteland 2 Kickstarter and want to see the game where it all began? You’ll be able to buy Wasteland 1 on Steam and Gog.com from Tuesday). How much more fun can you have for $5.99??)
In your edition this week
Around the wiki
- Wondering who won the peoples vote each week? Follow us on Twitter (@Nukapedia) as we'll be tweeting the winner and the image.
Around the Forums
|Should SaintPain be allowed to return to chat? Vote now (Closes Nov 13)
Attention Nukapedia Shoppers
|I’m interested to hear from anyone who has purchased from the EuroBethStore. Not only has there not exactly been a glut of new products, but their existing products are still flagged as “Pre Order” items for “Late October 2013” and that they “Always update the product pages with the latest information they have”. Either LevelUp are using the Doc Emmett Brown Delivery service for shipments, or they haven’t yet been informed that its November.
If anyone has ordered from them, can you please get in touch (by my talk page, or the email address above) to let me know if/when your items have arrived?In the meantime, in the event their stock does tempt you, it might be best to hold off until thats cleared up. We’ll keep revisiting the site to see if their posted information changes.
Looking forward to 2014
|Gameranx have listed their most anticipated PC games of 2014… and theres some interesting results:
17. Wolfenstein - the New Order (MachineGames/Bethesda) 8. The Elder Scrolls Online (Zenimax Online/Bethesda) 2. Project Eternity (Obsidian Entertainment/Kickstarter) 1. Torment: Tides Of Numenera (InXile/Kickstarter)Its interesting that 2 games with minuscule budgets effectively funded from preorders are up there competing with the biggest guns…
|Do you speak Czech? can you help Czech english? Do you like Fallout? If you can answer at least one of these questions, please check out this appeal from Fallout 1.5 Resurrection:
They went with songs to the battle, they were young. Straight of limb, true of eyes, steady and aglow. They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted, They fell with their faces to the foe.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.
-Ode of Rememberence / For the Fallen, Laurence Binyon, 1914.’’
At 11 am this Monday, people worldwide will take part in a moment of silence, remembering that whilst the tools of war may change, war never changes.I encourage you all to find a moment this monday, if not at 11am then at least some time, to remember those who have fallen.