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Fallout inspires Polish political video

Warsaw what you did there.

Polish political party Poland Comes First has produced a video undeniably inspired by Fallout.

The video begins with a close-up of an old television set, its screen showing black and white photos presumably of Polish politicians. The camera pulls slowly backwards. And through a space where a wall once stood, a post-apocalyptic cityscape with half-destroyed and charred skyscrapers is revealed. "Maybe", the 1940s song by The Ink Spots, plays in the background.

It's identical to the intro of Fallout 1, but with photo-shopped images on the television set.

Poland Comes First is a relatively liberal centre-right political party. Its focus is on speeding up economic reform. How will the promotional video go down with Bethesda?

The two videos are below.

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