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Fallout Fantasy: Brotherhood of Steel [ Game -> Editorial ]
Editorial posted by DarkUnderlord Mon 07 Feb 2005, 12:20 AM
More info on Company: Interplay | More info on Game: Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel
Once upon a time (or to be more exact, about the 11th of April 2002), a Rabbid Fallout Newsie named Killian received a tidbit of information regarding a new Fallout title in the works, called "Fallout Fantasy".

Here's what happened next...

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Reminiscing about Fallout [ Game -> Editorial ]
Editorial posted by DarkUnderlord Sat 05 Feb 2005, 2:39 AM
More info on Game: Fallout: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game | More info on Game: Fallout 2: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game
All this talk of Fallout 3 recently has made me think back to what made Fallout just so gosh-darned good in the first place.  This is a bit of history for me as I think back to my very first game of Fallout.

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Dirty Bomb - Fallout Enforcer editorial from March 16, 2003 [ N/A -> Editorial ]
Editorial posted by Saint_Proverbius Thu 29 Jul 2004, 4:10 PM
An old, fan submitted editorial about Fallout Enforcer and Interplay. Here's a taste:

So what can Fallout fan's do at this point? Probably not alot, as it seems unlikely that Interplay will listen to it's fans. I'm sure, without me saying, a petition will start. Generally, though, those don't yield enough results, and most will be happier just to fall into the corporate scheme of things and purchase the game. Since it seems unlikely that Fallout 3, will ever enter the development phases, I've heard many people rumble on the internet that they'll just start a development house and produce Fallout 3. Although admirable, Interplay currently owns the copyright for Fallout 3 and will probably take every chance it can get to flex it's corporate muscle and pound any would be developers into the ground unless it's approved by them, which at this point seems unlikely. So really, most Fallout Fan's are left to their own devices and to watch their favorite series most likely die out.


Sure, it's a little out of date, but what the hell? Think of it as a time capsule.

Read: Dirty Bomb - Fallout Enforcer editorial from March 16, 2003

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#27 Things about Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel [ Game -> Editorial ]
Editorial posted by DarkUnderlord Thu 29 Jul 2004, 12:25 PM
More info on Game: Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel | More info on Company: Interplay | More info on Person: Chuck Ceuvas

Once upon a time, many moons ago, there was a slightly obsessive Fallout fan who wrote a very long article about why a certain game would suck. That game was Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel, otherwise known as Fallout: Piece of Shit (FO:POS) or Fallout: Enforcer (FoE - in reference to a very bad action spin-off from the X-Com series). The article was called #27 Things about Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel and that Fallout fan was me. At long last, that article is now here on DaC for all to enjoy. Here's a snip:

... it's not FO:BOS slightly deviating from the Fallout story that's concerning. More than likely, a "story excuse" can be made as to why the BoS became heavy mutie hunters. We can conveniently ignore the FEV that Vault-Tec have gotten their hands on (considering the FEV that makes the Super Mutants in Fallout 1 was actually modified by the Master). We can probably make up some story excuse that fits a lot of what is occuring. It's just 'that feeling' that seems lost from this game. The indescribable feeling that the setting and atmosphere creates. Item descriptions on the web-site indicate a lack of care about most things. Who cares about the neat science descriptions? We just need to protect the jewels OMFG LOL!!11! As for 50's music? Phooey! Get rid of that crap and get some techno in there! What about women? Well, sex sells, so let's throw in as many of them in thongs as we can! What's most concerning, is this entire development teams approach to Fallout. Fallout isn't a great atmosphere with a rich background. Oh no...

Go on, read the whole lot. You know you want to.


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