Falling for Fallout — again - Page 2

Feelin' lucky? Fallout: New Vegas chases the apocalypse to Sin City


When Interplay shuttered Black Isle in 2003, many of the company's leading lights felt that the Fallout franchise, every bit their brainchild, had been unfairly taken from them by the vicissitudes of corporate law. Seven years later, they've gotten the opportunity to welcome the gaming public back to wasteland. And nothing, after all, says "we've missed you" like a dual-mohawked psychopath with a belly full of mutated cockroach steak and a rusty machete.


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