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Fallout: A Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game (1997)

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.

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Harold (voice)
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Killian (voice)
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Loxley (voice)
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Rhombus (voice)
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Set / Gizmo / The Master (voice)
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Decker (voice)
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Harry (voice)
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The Lieutenant (voice)
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Jain (voice)
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Overseer (voice) (as Ken Mars)
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Cabbot (voice)
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Vree (voice)
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Nicole (voice) (as Pamela Segall)
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Aradesh (voice) (as Tony Shalub)
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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 <andrew_b@earthlink.net>

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Trivia

One of the random encounters when walking across the desert is a blue police box, standing in the middle of nowhere. It disappears when you approach it. This is a reference to Doctor Who (1963). See more »

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Gwen: I am Gwen. I'm one of Garl's advisors. Who are you?
Vault Dweller: I am the one who will sweep you off your feet, honey.
Gwen: If that is the best you can do, then I will be doing the world a favor by killing you.
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References Doctor Who (1963) See more »

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A classic RPG!
25 July 2001 | by 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!

10/10


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