Fallout 2: A Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game (1998)

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In a post-nuclear future, the descendant of an ancient exiled hero must leave his tribe in search of the Garden of Eden Creation Kit, the last chance of survival for his people.


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Credited cast:
Harold (voice)
Flo Di Re ...
Elder of Arroyo (voice) (as Florence Dire)
Marcus / Special Agent Frank Horrigan (voice)
Sulik (voice)
Drill Sergeant / Gate Guard (voice)
The President (voice)
Tandi (voice)
Myron (voice)
Narrator (voice)
Com. Officer (voice)
Hakunin (voice)
First Citizen Lynette (voice)


In a post-nuclear future, the descendant of the hero from Fallout must leave his tribe in search of the Garden of Eden Creation Kit, the last chance of survival for his people. Once you get the G.E.C.K., however, the game is not over. Someone is kidnapping (or killing) people. It will be up to you to find out the truth and stop the evil. Written by LepricahnsGold

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29 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Fallout 2  »

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The game features an easter egg, literally an easter egg. It's hidden behind one of the piles of garbage in the far right corner of the basement of the gun shop in New Reno. See more »


Chosen One: What's behind that door?
Mason: [Sarcastic] Behind that door? That door right there? Why, that's Mr. SALVATORE'S room. Now BEAT it.
Chosen One: Look, dipshit do you still want to have your job tomorrow? I have some info about one of the other families in Reno that Mr. Salvatore's going to want to hear. So let me speak to him NOW.
Mason: [His face reddens]
[He suddenly speaks to the air]
Mason: Excuse me, Mr. Salvatore, this is Mason. This man says he's got something you wanna hear.
Mason: [Mason stops you] Look
[Leans in, lowers voice]
Mason: .....
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References From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) See more »


A Kiss To Build A Dream On
Performed by Louis Armstrong
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The Ultimate RPG
9 July 2003 | by (Almere, Holland) – See all my reviews

How many times have i played and finished this game?

I have no idea! I bought this game when it came out. I had never played the first part but this game got so many good reviews, i had to see it for myself. Life has never been the same again.

This game really is the Ultimate RPG game. You can do almost anything you want.

-Be a good guy -Be a bad guy -Become a price fighter -Buy/Sell Slaves -Go visit a Prostitute, or star in an adult movie -Get a car and cruise the wastelands

And many more things. You get lots of different skills which you can apply to your character. Do you want to specialize in Big guns or small Firearms? Do you prefer sharp weapons like knifes or spears? Or do you specialize in using your fists in battles. I always go for the last one.

There's nothing like the satisfaction you get when you take on a

heavily armed opponent and win. I usually aim for people weak spots. The eyes (so they can't see anymore), the arms (so they cant use their weapons) or their legs (a crippled opponent can't run fast.

If you like you can also try to recruit people. Ofcourse your charisma and other skills have to be right for that, but once you get your own party together, you can really go on a killing spree.

The party-members are very diverse too. You can choose to pick only human-like characters (humans,ghouls,mutants) but i prefer to have a party with animals around me. One vicious dog and 2 robot ones. I also try to get Gorus with me, he's a deathclaw, one of the many species in the game.

Ofcourse it takes a lot of time to get to the point in which you are able to do all the things i mentioned. But it's never boring.

Once you start the game, it grabs you.....and never lets go.

I'm gonna start again this weekend!

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