...And other things I learned from tomatoangus' AGDQ Fallout anthology speedrun.
"All I did was read every terminal entry, note and holotape for Fallouts 3 to 76."
A special game.
Tales from the early days of Black Isle Studios.
Here's a thing.
Let's get started RadAway.
War, war never changes.
A limited run PC-exclusive.
War. War changes quite a lot.
Sets Fallout fans' tongues wagging.
Those GOG gave for free before it had to remove them.
But don't expect an announcement any time soon, Bethesda says.
But what about GOG?
Fa la la la la, la f**ing jingle bells!
First-person, party-based, "stepped" and real-time.
Bethesda trademarks "an on-going television program set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world." Hmm...
"It really feels like getting the band back together."
"Our goal has always been to make the world's best RPGs. Black Isle Studios is back."
"I don't think I can do justice to my feelings without slipping into purely joyful profanity."
As Bethesda attempts to terminate deal.
Interplay doing buy one get one free deal.
Interplay offers golden oldies.
How the original games caused a quiet revolution.