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  • The Wanderer that is Alone

    Not directly related to Fallout, however it does have to do with gaming, here's the link to the source here just thought I would cover a little gaming is all.

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  • The Wanderer that is Alone

    With everything about the Fallout MMO I was thinking about a Fallout game with multiplayer. Now before you go saying "THAT'S NOT THE POINT OF FALLOUT!" stay back and listen a bit. Now here is my little design, first off the setting.

    The setting would be 30 years after the Great War and the Vaults are just starting to open up, in a test of a Vault experiment with Vaults 44, 45, 46, 47 in which they were all supposed to open at the exact same time exactly 1 mile from each other to test how people would compete in the post-apocalyptic world all filled with one group of people talented in a certain area. The place in which these Vaults are located is near the Colombia River, Vault 44 built on the South East corner of the map, Vault 45 on the So…

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  • The Wanderer that is Alone

    [1] by ng4.com its first review is fairly positive and scored a 3 out of 5 saying Much if not all of what made Fallout 3 great remains intact in this latest tale from the wasteland. The games craftsmanship is an art in itself as the new locale, but also says Fallout New Vegas is a good game, but it plays second fiddle to Fallout 3. It takes nearly everything about its previous title, while only making minor adjustments to the gameplay, graphics and infrastructure of the game which ultimately makes Fallout New Vegas feel like an old shoe. It's kinda of comfortable but deep down it stinks. The shoe that is, I wouldn't say Fallout: New Vegas stinks it just not as easy to overlook the flaws of the game as it was in Fallout 3. Perhaps it …

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