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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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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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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

Auditor General: I want them deader than a meat-sauce covered ghoul, with a chainsaw up his ass, tossed into a pit full of GODDAMN HUNGRY DEATHCLAWS!!IS THAT CLEAR?!?!
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References Stripes (1981) See more »

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2 October 2001 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

Fallout Tactics is one of the best computer games i've ever played. It is quite buggy, but if you overlook the bugs it is a great Tactical Combat Strategy(love that phrase)game. I love how you can specialize your men to different classes, assigning skills to specific fields of specializations such as stealth, medication, and traps.

One thing that makes this a great Fallout game is the ability to play in realtime, instead of turn-based(you can still pick that though), which i think adds greatly to the realism.

Probably the thing that I would have liked the game to have was that the weapon models in the characters' hands wouldn't be restricted to just 6 or 7, when there are dozens of weapons in the game. But overall Fallout Tactics is an extremely great game for Tactical Combat fans.


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