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Incline IGN: "How Fallout and Baldur's Gate Changed RPGs Forever"

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To this day, the music in Baldur's Gate makes me want to go on an adventure. And the scary Fallout soundtrack still gives me goose bumps.
 

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You should have said that Feargus, Tim, Leonard and co were in this video. I skipped over at it at first because I thought it was just going to be some IGN dudes babbling.
 
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IGN: "Fallout changed RPGs forever. Without it, we wouldn't have Fallout 3 and 4."

Preorder links to Fallout 4 DLC below

"Hello, Somberlain. The fourth installment of Fallout is indeed worthy of high praise. Please make sure to buy and enjoy its content. Support good game developers!"

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To this day, the music in Baldur's Gate makes me want to go on an adventure. And the scary Fallout soundtrack still gives me goose bumps.

Posterity has underrated the BG1 main theme so much because everyone has only played the sequel because it makes top 10 lists
 

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At least IGN video actually shown us some games that actually tried to follow those games blueprint, and not the false sequels.

Although, i am more intrigued by Feargus saying that Van Buren is the second of the three versions of Fallout 3. I wonder what the first version was supposed to be...
 

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At least IGN video actually shown us some games that actually tried to follow those games blueprint, and not the false sequels.

Although, i am more intrigued by Feargus saying that Van Buren is the second of the three versions of Fallout 3. I wonder what the first version was supposed to be...
Probably one that was closer to Bethesda's ultimately released version, but one they couldn't realize back then due to tech and budget limitations hence them dropping it and going with safer Van Buren...
 

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Chris Van Buren and Josh Van Buren? They sound like Bond villains if Bond villains were evil Dutch twins.
 

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Probably one that was closer to Bethesda's ultimately released version, but one they couldn't realize back then due to tech and budget limitations hence them dropping it and going with safer Van Buren...
Ah, the irony.
 

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At least IGN video actually shown us some games that actually tried to follow those games blueprint, and not the false sequels.

Although, i am more intrigued by Feargus saying that Van Buren is the second of the three versions of Fallout 3. I wonder what the first version was supposed to be...
Probably one that was closer to Bethesda's ultimately released version, but one they couldn't realize back then due to tech and budget limitations hence them dropping it and going with safer Van Buren...

Wrong thread.
http://www.rpgcodex.net/forums/index.php?threads/trigger-the-codex-with-a-statement.112015/
 

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First couple of sentences are already pure nonsense regarding tabletop rpgs. BG shows only the enhanced versions with new intro, with a 1998 tag on it it's even misleading... All in all it looks like someone was forced to do it as part of web series. At least they have some developers in there.
 

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To this day, the music in Baldur's Gate makes me want to go on an adventure. And the scary Fallout soundtrack still gives me goose bumps.

Fallout 1's soundtrack is the one and only. It gets you in a perfect mood right from the starting dungeon. Simply beautiful work.
 

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