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Incline Underrail vs Fallout

Fallout Vs Underrail


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motherfucker

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writing/plotwise not even close
min/max autism obviously yes
honestly I have no idea why people are so bent on comparing UR with FO's, they're clearly intended to be very different games, the obvious inspiration starts and ends at setting and graphics
 

agris

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This is like underwater marine adhesive vs thinset mortar compound.
 

Camel

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Bruma Hobo

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this is Fallout
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this is Underrail
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And these are Underrail players complaining about combat in Fallout:

https://news.yahoo.com/viral-gorilla-glue-hair-victim-005338377.html
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Tiktok user sprayed super glue in her hair - she is now suing the manufacturer
Published February 10, 2021 at 8:41 p.m.

A female Tiktok user states that she will sue the glue manufacturer Gorilla Glue after using the company's super glue instead of hair spray - something that ended with her ending up in the emergency room. Now the woman is portrayed as a victim of racism.

Tessica Brown, 40, in Louisiana, caused a stir on social media when she told about her experience, reports Yahoo News.

It was after she had not been able to get her hair in order for a month that Brown decided to spray her hair with superglue instead of regular hair spray.

She later tried to remove the glue with the help of t-red, which led to her having to spend 22 hours in the emergency room this weekend. There, her scalp was treated with acetone.

On social media, Brown is ridiculed by some users, while others describe her as a victim of structural racism.
 
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