By the time you get to Nipton in Fallout: New Vegas, you may have heard of the Legion – but odds are good that it’s in Nipton that you’ll get your first real taste of how nasty they really are. As you approach the town, you encounter just one person – a man dancing in the street, celebrating the fact that he’s “won the lottery.” That guy, Oliver Swanick, is now recreated in the Fallout 4: New Vegas modding project, fully animated and voice acted.
Tag: Fallout 4
A bunker should be a safe place to escape from it all, to seal off the outside world while things get nasty. One modder has taken that concept to a bit of an extreme by creating what is to my knowledge the first and only aerial bunker in Fallout 4’s Commonwealth.
Midgar is an iconic location in the Final Fantasy series, and it’ll be the primary setting of the Final Fantasy 7 remake’s first episode. Now, it looks like we’ll be able to bring this behemoth of a city to Fallout 4 at some point, thanks to a massive mod that’s in the works.
Remember Gabe the Dog? The adorable little American Eskimo-Pomeranian dog that captured the imagination of YouTubers, who have turned footage of him barking into many weird and wonderful remixes, like this incredible Indiana Jones-themed video. Very sadly, Gabe passed away in 2017, but his spirit lives on, and now he’s come to Fallout 4 – one modder has imprinted comfy pillows in the game with Gabe’s little face.
Fallout 4 is a pretty huge game as it is, but there’s a new mod ready to pack even more quest content, locations, NPCs, and more into the heart of The Commonwealth’s post-apocalyptic hub, Diamond City. The Bleachers – A Diamond City Story Fallout 4 mod adds a fully-voiced adventure to the game, set under the bleachers in the ‘The Great Green Jewel’ with around five hours of questing to get your teeth into. Oh, and it adds a new “soft jazz” radio station, too.
Doom. Wolfenstein. Fallout 4. Three big games that you can now experience all in go (in a manner of speaking). A new Fallout 4 mod brings outfits, weapons, armour, and even quests from the worlds of Wolfenstein and Doom to Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG. Oh, and there’s a custom jetpack, too.
The Fallout series has come a long way since the first title was released way back in 1997. In recent years we’ve had the post-apocalyptic, West Virginian wasteland of Fallout 76 to take on with our pals, and Fallout 4’s Commonwealth to conquer (and mod), but the earlier games are also full of adventure. If you’re tempted to take them on, it looks like you might soon get the chance to grab them all in one go – a new bundle of Fallout games has popped up on Amazon Germany.
If you’ve spent any significant time in the northeast United States, you know winters are a bit of a thing. They’re part of life up here, and that means we’ve adapted to deal with major snowfall and below-freezing temperatures for a sizable chunk of the year. Fallout 2287 – Nuclear Winter adds this dynamic to Fallout 4, turning its usually sunny Commonwealth into a frozen survival scenario.
Thanks to Twitter channel Can You Pet The Dog? which launched earlier this year, we now have a means of tracking exactly which videogames feature dogs you can pat – a very worthwhile and valid question, I’m sure you’ll agree. However, some games feature dogs that, however much you might want to because they’re all good boys, you can’t pet. One modder has decided to rectify this in Fallout 4 – so now you can pet any dog in the game.