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Game News MobyGames declares Fallout the Featured Game of the Week


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Jun 16, 2002
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Tags: Fallout

<a href="http://pc.mobygames.com">MobyGames</a> has put <a href="http://www.interplay.com/fallout">Fallout</a> has their <a href="http://pc.mobygames.com/featured_games/view/">Featured Game of the Week</a> for <b>November 25, 2003</b>. Here's what they say about it:

<blockquote>Best RPG ever? Hard to say, but certainly Fallout is the best sci-fi CRPG ever released. In a overloaded genre where elfs and dragons prevails (and shines), Fallout came to show all of us that is possible to do a good story without all of that fantasy paradigmas. Set in post-nuclear war world, the game make us to do a journey through the remains of civilization. We will find mutants, paramilitar militias, raiders and religious zealots, everything is twisted in an complex plot. Good cutscenes, unforgettable soundtrack, tactical battles and a very creative moody make Fallout unique. And there is more. There is Fallout 2...</blockquote>

I don't think it's that hard to say.

Thanks, <b>Red</b>!

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