Any fans of the MLP-Fallout cross-over fic Fallout: Equestria should pay extra attention to this.
This is the Zax Super-computer. This guy was loaded with a self editing AI that, over time, became self aware and gained the ability to have conversations with humans. However Zax’s location in such an incredibly hostile environment makes conversing with this marvel very challenging, as you absorb ungodly amounts of radiation while in The Glow.
Well, its finally over. I did it. And yet… I fell little satisfaction.
The games ending was surprisingly somber. I truly felt the disappointment and rejection that the Vault Dweller must have felt upon being so forcefully ejected from his/her home.
I do plan on playing the rest of the Fallout series and uploading parts of them here, but I want to try some other games out first. But I still have a bunch of Fallout One stuff to redirect here, so stay tuned!
This is it. The end -sort of- the first game. The destruction of the vats of FEV used to create the super mutants. This was a bitch and a half to get through, as somethings that you think would be intuitive are not so.
If anyone wants a full walk through of this place, I dont know how long it would take but I would gladly make one.
The original Fallout is unquestionably one of the best games ever made. Its unique blend of third person squad based combat and heavily choice driven plot make it both fun and engaging to play.
That’s not to say the game is easy. In fact, it is one of the most challenging games to pick up. Comparing it to Dark Souls in difficulty is not an overreaction, and because of this many people just drop the game, never giving it the time it deserves.
I wanted to record one of the many different wacky and very random events that occur in this game. This one being a partly buried spaceship with two alien forms laying near it.
I’d always thought that the Mothership Zeta DLC was an incredibly stupid waste of time, but I’ve since learned that it was just Bethesda Studios tipping their hat towards the game that started it all.
These guys are making one of the few games that I can actually say I wholly support. From the level of fan interaction, to the quality of the product so far, inXile is doing a beautiful job of creating a true successor to the first Post Nuclear-Apocalyptic Role Playing Game