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Fallout 3 - Fan Written Design Doc [ Community -> Fan Fiction ]
Fan Fiction posted by King of Creation Fri 29 Jun 2007, 5:54 PM
More info on Game: Fallout 3

This is an extensive fan written design document for Fallout 3.  This is what the author, Thomas Lau, would like to see in the game.  It's a long read, but quite interesting.

In addition to reading the piece here, you can download it from Duck and Cover.


Read: Fallout 3 - Fan Written Design Doc

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Van Buren Dialogue [ Game -> Editorial ]
Editorial posted by King of Creation Thu 10 May 2007, 6:11 PM
More info on Game: Fallout 3 (Van Buren)

Ausir was able to extract dialogue files from the Van Buren tech demo. To our surprise, there was quite a bit of dialogue that looks like it came from the actual game. We haven't cleaned it up at all yet because we wanted to get it out there, but read on!

 

Be warned....it's VERY messy at this point. 


Read: Van Buren Dialogue

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Why Bethesda needs Fallout like Vault 13 needs a waterchip [ Game -> Editorial ]
Editorial posted by Mr. Teatime Thu 19 Apr 2007, 11:47 AM
A look at why Bethesda needs Fallout 3 to be a sucess with the fans for them to maintain their commericial and critical success as a company.

Read: Why Bethesda needs Fallout like Vault 13 needs a waterchip

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Defining (The) Fallout(s): Part 2 [ Community -> Mismatch's Corner ]
Mismatch's Corner posted by King of Creation Mon 19 Feb 2007, 5:54 PM
Part two in a multi-part series examining the core elements of the Fallout series, as written by DAC's own Mismatch.  Part 1 can be found here.

Read: Defining (The) Fallout(s): Part 2

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"Don't Buy The Hype" [ Community -> Editorial ]
Editorial posted by King of Creation Wed 14 Feb 2007, 9:33 PM
More info on Company: Bethesda Softworks
"Don't Buy The Hype" is an essay written by Bradylama detailing, among other things, the rise and fall of the Elder Scrolls franchise, and Bethesda's role in the Fallout community. It's a lengthy read, but well worth it, no matter your opinion on the matter.

Here are some clips:

What does this mean for the future of NMA and DAC? If the evidence from the blacklisting of RPGCodex and STG are anything to go by, there's a significant possibility that as the hype machine for Fallout 3 kicks into gear, Bethesda will attempt to use DAC and NMA in order to serve as marketing tools, as was the case with STG and STGU. Eventually, when Bethsoft finds that NMA and DAC won't tow the party line, they'll be blacklisted, and Bethesda may possibly even attempt to garner DAC's complacency with meaningless benefits and exclusive info.

The previous statement serves as a warning. If Bethesda does attempt to control NMA and DAC they are sure to be severely dissapointed.

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If I were a betting man, I'd say that the Fallout communities should brace for impact.

Read on for the full impact of his argument.


Read: "Don't Buy The Hype"

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Defining (The) Fallout(s): Part 1 [ Game -> Mismatch's Corner ]
Mismatch's Corner posted by King of Creation Thu 08 Feb 2007, 2:59 AM
More info on Game: Fallout: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game | More info on Game: Fallout 2: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game
Part one in a planned two-part series examining the core elements of the Fallout series, as written by DAC's own Mismatch.

Read: Defining (The) Fallout(s): Part 1

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Mismatch's Corner of Angst [ Community -> Kiddie Pool ]
Kiddie Pool posted by King of Creation Fri 02 Feb 2007, 5:35 PM

Mismatch decided that he wanted to write some content for the site, so he has taken the pessimism prevalent throughtout not only the Fallout community, but also the entire PC RPG community, and summed it up in a short piece I've entitled for him "Mismatch's Corner of Angst."

And when I say "pessimism," I mean downright unbridled cynicism.

If you don't feel the same way as Mismatch, then respond with more content! PM me anything that you write and would like to see on the front page.


Read: Mismatch's Corner of Angst

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History of the System Wars, part 1 [ Community -> Editorial ]
Editorial posted by King of Creation Thu 04 May 2006, 1:43 AM

This is the history of the System Wars, part 1. It is a brief history of the elder times when the world was good, the coming of the beasts, and the wars that followed. It details the release of a false savior, and the prophecy of a King. The forces of good shall triumph!


Read: History of the System Wars, part 1

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Killzig reviews Land of the Dead [ Film & TV -> Review ]
Review posted by Mr. Teatime Mon 27 Jun 2005, 9:21 PM
More info on Film & TV: Land of the Dead
Killzig went to see Land of the Dead, and here's his review.

Read: Killzig reviews Land of the Dead

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David Brin interview [ Literature -> Interview ]
Interview posted by Ausir Wed 01 Jun 2005, 5:58 PM
More info on Person: David Brin | More info on Literature: The Postman

Perhaps one of the most influential science fiction artists of the 20th Century, David Brin is the author of more than 15 novels, including the Nebula and Hugo-award winning Startide Rising, The Hugo-nominated Earth, and the Lotus-winning The Postman.

David Brin's Homepage
The Postman Site

A former science teacher who holds a Ph.D in Astrophysics, Mr. Brin's unique blend of sci-fi, excellent writing, and delightful storytelling make his novels an intellectual and literary treat. Recently, Mr. Brin took some time out of his very busy schedule to answer some questions for our readers.


Read: David Brin interview

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