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Inside the Vault, 10th Anniversary Edition
 
Inside the Vault, 10th Anniversary Edition [ Community -> Article ]
Posted by King of Creation Fri 05 Oct 2007, 2:40 AM
More info on Game: Fallout: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game

To mark the 10th anniversary of Fallout, the Bethblog has posted a small (but lengthy) Q&A with a lot of the Fallout 3 team.

This week is a special Q&A for Inside the Vault in honor of the 10th anniversary of Fallout. One question. Lots of answers. We asked the team: What did you like best about the original Fallout games? This was a fun one to put together, a terrific read. Even a couple of developers from our sister studio, Zenimax Online Studios, chimed in.

Todd Howard, Executive Producer
It’s always been the initial opening for me. It’s one of the all-time great intros. From the opening strums of the Ink Spots, Vault Boy watering his plants while being locked in a Vault, Galaxy News, “our boys” in Canada executing someone and waving at the camera, a car that does 0 to 60 in .5 seconds with “no electronics”, the final pull-back to a destroyed world, to the opening line of “War. War never changes.” Within one minute, you’re completely sold.

Emil Pagliarulo, Designer
I loved the true open-endedness of the world, and the fact that I was this lone guy in a completely unknown world, and had the power to shape my own destiny in whatever way I saw fit. In Fallout, the Vault Dweller could be anything I wanted. So in a lot of ways Fallout was the progenitor of the “sandbox” game, and its principles have been replicated in everything from Oblivion to Grand Theft Auto.

Gary Noonan, Artist
The post apocalyptic theme/setting. Morbidly, it has always been a strange fetish of mine to see the one thing that mankind was entrusted to in ruins because of greed, power, and SUVs (had to add that one).

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Ashley Cheng, Producer
Bloody Mess perk, BB gun, Dogmeat. Replaying with different characters. Amazing open ended world to explore.

In addition, NMA has been updating their Fallout 10th Anniversary page with a lot of new stuff, so be sure to check it out.

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