The lights are on
Machinima Prime is getting set to release a series of fan-made short films based on some popular video game franchises this summer, and is kicking things off with Fallout Nuka Break – Red Star.
According to filmmakers Wayside Creations, Red Star takes place in the time period between their original fan film and the first season of Fallout Nuka Break. Wayside Creations is currently working on season two of Fallout Nuka Break, which was raised over $130,000 with a Kickstarter campaign, more than double its original goal.
Machinima also plans to debut two more game-inspired fan films in the coming month. On Friday, July 26, it will post K&K Productions’ League of Legends and on August 2nd you can go to Machinima Prime to watch Steelhouse’s Minecraft-inspired film Mineshaft.
Watch Fallout Nuka Break – Red Star below.
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Wow... That was awesome
That was really cool.
That was pretty awesome! I wish that these could get put on netflix!
that was great.....and now i know where stimpacks are injected lol
That first season of Nuka Break really is very, very awesome. I recommend it to everyone who enjoyed this short. It's on the same channel - those guys deserve a lot more recognition.
All I need is a announcement of fallout 4 and a trailer
That was awesome
I did notice that the ring on the necklace was a bottle opener
This video makes me wanna watch The Book of Eli or start a new session on New Vegas
Looks well made and thats a good start
I WANT Half Life 3
With a little more backing, these guys could make a proper Fallout feature film if you ask me. They really know the source and have done a good job of adapting it to film. To me, the closest we have gotten to a decent Fallout film, without actually being a associated with Fallout, is The Book of Eli. It would be great to get a Fallout movie with the level of production value found in that film.
This was so epic!!!!!!!!!!! If you liked this check out fist full of rupees too also awesome smashup with a Zelda type western....
I love these guys.