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

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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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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Harold (voice) (as Charlie Adler)
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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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Narrator / Butch Harris (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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15 November 1997 (USA)  »

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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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Vault Dweller: New blood. Heh. Heh Heh.
Vault Dweller: You're not a very happy person, are you?
Victor: Why do you say that? I'm quite happy. I'm very happy because there are lots of things that bleed.
Vault Dweller: You're a real sicko, you know that?
Victor: Don't say that! My mother said that! I'll make you pay! I'm a good boy, right mommy?
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Followed by Fallout: New Vegas (2010) See more »

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still a hit after all these years
16 August 2004 | by (nuevo laredo tamaulipas, mexico) – See all my reviews

this is one those games that you can finish 10 times and still play again and again and always find something new. you can be a good guy you can be a bad guy . the story even changes according to your character's gender or attractiveness. it is set in a "retrofuture" post apocalyptic world with lots of references to 50's cold war mentality. one of the bes things is the haunting sound track which you will remember even in your sleep. this game is a perfect example of a game that does not have to be a 3d effects extravaganza to be a classic. too bad a sequel other than fallout 2 which is also excellent has not been made. if you enjoy intelligent rpg's this is one for you.


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