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Fallout
  • Publisher: Interplay
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: Interplay
  • Release Date:Nov 15, 1997
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Animated Blood and Gore)
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Game Description:In this classic turn-based RPG, you are an anti-hero trying to survive in a darkly comedic post-apocalyptic future. Your existence -- a subterranean Fallout shelter modified to house 1000 people indefinitely after a nuclear holocaust. It's been nearly 80 years and the people still don't have any idea what's out there. Sure, they've sent out volunteer scouts, but none of them have returned... Now, your water recycler has failed. Rationing has begun, but someone needs to leave the vault to get a replacement microchip for the water recycler and look for other survivors. You all drew straws. You drew the short one. Enter a world of mutants, radiation, gangs and violence, and hope you get back in one piece ... and with no pieces falling off.
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