Not sure if it was mentioned here (I'm sure Agent C mentioned it in a news post) but in late April Geek & Sundry announced Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, “the first tabletop miniatures game based on the Fallout universe”.
For those just hearing about this here is the official description:
"In Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, players build their own crew from a wide range of factions, allies, and iconic characters from the Fallout series, then play in apocalyptic games of 3-30 high-quality 32mm scale resin miniatures through a huge variety of iconic scenery and settlement buildings, from the Red Rocket to Sanctuary Hills, Nuka-Cola vending machines and wrecked vehicles. Settlements include buildings, defenses, and resources that impact the crew's arm…Read more >
Eurogamer writer Wesley Yin-Poole has made an article that contains footage of Fallout 4 a week before launch. The video's include footage of the prologue as well as an in-depth look at every perk.
For any of you hoping to fill out the Fallout 4 perks page or just see more of the game you can check it out here.
- http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2015-11-02-big-fallout-4-gameplay-leak-a-week-before-launch (four separate videos)
- https://vimeo.com/144346205 (four videos combined)
Not how I was hoping to mark my return to the news but yes Todd Howard has indeed finally spoken about what is potentially next for the Fallout Franchise. Sadly most of what he told the fine folks of rockpapershotgun was simply that we won't be hearing much for at least a little while. However just the fact that we get some insight into the fact that Fallout (insert subtitle or 4 here) is at least in development is more than promising. However this article does suggest that the game is not as far along in development as many of us have though. Anyways here it the full article below.
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It’s incredibly odd talking to a high-profile game developer when they can tell you very nearly nothing. It’s akin to squeezing lemonade from a lemon husk that…
Nationally unacclaimed freelance writer Jonathan Deesing has written an article about Nuka Break, the Fallout fanfiction series that all the kids seem to be crazy about. Anyway here's the articles.
Nuka Break, the wildly popular fan-made live-action series set in the Fallout universe recently scored a huge victory with a $130,000 Kickstarter campaign for their second season. Curious to know just what it was that gave season one that special spark I called up Wayside Creations co-founder and creative director Zack Finfrock to talk about avoiding lawsuits, flaming swords, and super mutants.
I share a special kinship with Wayside Creations creative director Zack Finfrock. We are both enormous Fallout fans who didn’t necessarily fall in love wit…Read more >
Long time no see Nukapedia, for those of you who are new, have forgotten, or just don't give a damn I am Ramallah, the freak daddy master of super fly funk and ninja killing (sorry just watched Black Dynamite and had to get that out of my system) here to bring you something awesome.
Jimiyo (a really talented artist best known for his work on Teefury) has created a Fallout 3 inspired Nuka/Coke mash-up T-shirt thats pretty awesome. How awesome you ask, well awesome enough that I'm thinking of buying one myself.
Here's the shirt in question.
And here's the site where you can purchase said shirt.Read more >