After being sent by the overseer of his vault to search for a new water purifying chip, the player discovers the horrors of post apocalyptic America, and the threat of the Master's Army.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Harold (voice) (as Charlie Adler)
Loxley (voice)
Rhombus (voice)
Set / Gizmo / The Master (voice)
Decker (voice)
Harry (voice)
The Lieutenant (voice)
Jain (voice)
Overseer (voice) (as Ken Mars)
Cabbot (voice)
Narrator / Butch Harris (voice)
Vree (voice)
Nicole (voice) (as Pamela Segall)
Aradesh (voice) (as Tony Shalub)


Set 80 years after a massive nuclear war, the player/character sets out from "The Vault" - a large, underground shelter, where survivors have lived since the war - to obtain parts of a water purification system. Wandering the ruins, the character stumbles across an even greater threat... Written by <>

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15 November 1997 (USA)  »

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One of the random encounters is a "Crashed spaceship" that has a label reading "Property of Area 51. Return if found" on it. By the spacecraft there are two alien bodies of which one has Elvis Presley's photo in it's inventory. See more »


Vault Dweller: Who is the master?
Dane: You know, the Nightkin say that he is uglier than they are. That must mean he is one hideous son of a bitch
Dane: He's the man! The man with the plan! He plans because he loves us! And if the world gets his way, screw it! Because that's what love is all about.
Dane: Love is what makes the Cactus grow! Love is what makes the brahmin moo! Love is screwing, it's screwing your life! I hate love, I love hate! If the Master hated us, we'd be allright!
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A classic RPG!
25 July 2001 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Fallout is the best RPG ever to hit the computer. Although it sometimes gets a little complicated, the voices of the important characters are voiced perfectly. It's not like 007 The World Is Not Enough for the N64 consol system where it sounds it a bunch of first-timers, Fallout is the best. It is the BEST!


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