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Renee
post Apr 16 2024, 07:14 PM
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So it's like Vault 101 would be interconnected with 102?

The game's art direction is like FO4, does this also mean it's set in the Boston area?

What I'm really curious to see is the whole water drama found in Fallout 1 brought to life. Although I got far into that game last summer/fall, I thought this was a great premise for the game. "YOU, find us some water, or we all perish!"



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post Apr 16 2024, 09:59 PM
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It is set in Los Angeles. I got to the end of the first episode, and you can clearly see the Santa Monica pier when she exits the vault.

I did a little reading, and apparently there are three interconnected vaults. It looks like each has its own exit to the surface, and their own dedicated connections to the other two. From what I gather they have nothing to do with one another except for once every few years they have arranged marriages in which they exchange members, to keep the family trees from turning into family vines.


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post Apr 24 2024, 05:32 AM
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I have been enjoying it more than I thought I would. Its a little less cheesy than I thought it would be. I particularly like how it surprises you by making you think it's going in one direction and then immediately doing a 180 into the opposite direction, often with the killing of characters you thought might be around for a while in the process.

Having watched Westworld, I can see some simalarities, particularly with The Ghoul, since the way they did the Walter Goggins character in Fallout reminds me so much of Ed Harris's character William/Man in Black in Westworld with how he was idealistic and kindhearted in his youth but became a completely jaded, amoral and ruthless gunfighter by the time the story begins.

My favorite line so far from The Ghoul: "Well, I ain't torturing you, sweetheart. I'm using you as bait." Although I got to admit the "weirdest circle jerk" line was pretty good too.

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