This unofficial guide looks at the remarkable history of the Fallout game series. I analyze every game and share the most memorable parts of each game. I also explain what makes the Fallout game series unique compared to all other open-world role-paying games. I also have explained what may have influenced the Fallout world to be so memorable and all that it consists of. Who knew there were several different versions of the Pip-Boy?
The author is an experienced video game enthusiast and holds a bachelor's degree in business management.
©2015 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger
Narrator sounded extremely stilted, as if he hasn't rehearsed or didn't know the material. Had trouble with iconic series words.
The author has a clear passion for the series (although hard to hear based on the narrator) but needed a little more refinement in his lore and fact research. For example, Fallout 4 is not the only game where you can continue past the endgame, and many factions and much lore from the first and second games is still a part (albeit background) of the later games. The NCR had its roots in Fallout 1, developed in Fallout 2, and became a power in New Vegas.
overall, not a bad piece for someone unfamiliar with the series, but still has the feel of a school research paper. If the author went into more depth and double checked resources, could be a good piece.
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