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Ching Tsun / Wasteland Man / City Ghoul (voice)
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Vault Dweller / Cain / Nightkin / Super Mutant (voice)
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Ghoul Officer Fisher / Wasteland Mayor Richard / Vault-Tec Computer Calix (voice)
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Rodger Gaire / Vault Man / Patrol Robot / Plasma Robot / Kamikaze Robot (voice)
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Emerald Solo (voice) (as Jonathan Cook)
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Evita Eastwood (voice)
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Ghoul Merchant Hieronymus / Chief Scientist DuBois / Tesla Robot / Service Robot (voice)
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Wasteland Doctor Vidya / Vault Elder's Daughter Mary / Nadia (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
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The Brotherhood of Steel is a faction of technologically advanced pro-human soldiers who survived the nuclear holocaust. During an exodus to the west, a section of the Brotherhood is cut off from the main group in a thunderstorm. The separated group, never to see the main group again, establishes itself in Chicago and proceeds to carry out its original mission: to tame and assimilate the confused and wandering inhabitants into their ranks. Strongly biased against the non-human beings of the wasteland, the Brotherhood realizes it has to work hand in hand with them in order to combat a new, deadly opponent. Written by Darius Rhinehart <lord_stavros@hotmail.com>

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Submit to the Brotherhood. Fight with the Brotherhood. Conquer for the Brotherhood.

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Sci-Fi

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Trivia

Jason Marsden: The leader of the raiders on the first level. (Jason Marsden) also played the character Myron in 'Fallout 2'. See more »

Quotes

Paladin Ryczek: Ten-hut!
Paladin Ryczek: Alright you mutated, red-neck, green-skinned, sacks of irradiated flesh, LISTEN UP! I am Paladin Ryczek! I am in charge of training you, backwood maggots, in the art of war and survival! In my time in the Brotherhood I have personally trained more than fifty initiates and I am proud to say almost fourteen of 'em are still alive and kickin'!
Paladin Ryczek: The elders have ordered me to mold you flabby, hip-slappin', berry-pickin', rat-rubbin' brahmin kissers into capable warriors, and I am going to do...
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Follows Fallout: A Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game (1997) See more »

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An excellent diversion until "Fallout 3"
21 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While not as good as its predecessors, "Wasteland", (a classic), "Fallout" (a true classic) and "Fallout 2" (an even better classic), "Tactics" still gives fans of the series what they're looking for...at least, until "Fallout 3" comes out.

While it uses a squad-based, optionally-turn-based system, "Fallout Tactics" still has the weapons, characters, sense of humor, and overall style that fans of the series love. And the upgrade to the graphics engine--as well as the option to play your own mp3s in the game--were much needed in the series.

My only complaints are that glitches are rampant, the squad-based combat is somewhat hard to get used to, and R. Lee Ermey's acting can get a bit hammy. But, other than that, this game is pretty good, and surprisingly addicting.


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