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Japan Loves Fallout
 
Japan Loves Fallout [ Game -> Review ]
Posted by King of Creation Sun 09 Apr 2006, 2:33 PM
More info on Community: Duck and Cover | More info on Game: Fallout: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game

The Japanese game site 4Gamer.net has done a very nice review of Fallout. The site is in Japanese, but I put it through the Babelfish site translator. It's by no means a perfect translation, but you can get the general idea. Here's a quote:

But, in just the under dog, somewhere being the title where attachment has grown fact. "About the useless child it probably is the person who is said lovely"?

I'm not sure what that's supposed to mean either. But they definitely seemed to think it's a classic.

Thanks to SharkD and Mikail for letting me know.

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