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Atlantic Workshop: July 2017 Update

Before you proceed into this blog, let me mention that i haven’t returned working on the Wyoming project. I know it may look that way because i am working on assets that fit the theme of that mod but the truth is i am just trying to learn random stuff and skills. 739 more words

Fallout 4

Weird Dreams #9 - The 100,000 Chip

In the future a casino rules a dystopian world where privileges are based upon wealth and luck. The richest of the population buy their way into the casino, a brightly lit building in the center of a broken and withering city.  117 more words

Fiction

Headcannon: My New Vegas Character

Origins: Originally, I envisioned my Courier as the grown up version of my Lone Wanderer. But now that I know that that would be chronologically impossible, given their ages, I’ve rethought my headcannon. 460 more words

Games

Fallout 3, New Vegas, Elder Scrolls 4 Go DRM-Free And Are Half Off Right Now

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CD Projekt Red announced today that its DRM-free PC store GOG has added three high-profile Bethesda games to its catalog.

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GAMES

Fallout 3, New Vegas, Elder Scrolls 4 Go DRM-Free And Are Half Off Right Now

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CD Projekt Red announced today that its DRM-free PC store GOG has added three high-profile Bethesda games to its catalog.

DRM-free versions of Fallout 3… 107 more words

GAMES

Fallout 4 Sucks

I got Fallout 4 during Christmas of 2015, not too long after it was released. I played it, got sort of far through the game, and then just burned out on it. 2,496 more words

Apathy

Ruling the Desert in Fallout: New Vegas

With the arrival of Fallout 4 in late 2015, I figured it was high time I get myself a piece of all that post-apocalyptic action that had been capturing everyone’s attention. 955 more words

Featured

cary reblogged this on Recollections of Play and commented:

As far as cleaning out my backlog goes, I can honestly say that completing Fallout: New Vegas was a personal triumph. Not only was the game brilliant and amazing, but it helped rebuild my interest in the Fallout franchise, generally. (After my initial misfired with Fallout 4, I really wasn't sure if the games were for me.) In this post for United We Game, I put my New Vegas thoughts down on "paper," with minimal gushing.