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Whether you feel like the original Fallout titles were better than 3, or never played the originals and are just wondering how Bethesda's amazing reinvention stacks up to its isometric predecessors, this is where you can meet up with other wastelanders and
There are a myriad of interesting locales that have not been explored in the games that could be used for a TV series. Atlanta, Houston, Seattle, Denver, Dallas, Miami, Detroit, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Baltimore, Toronto, Ottawa, etc.
If you don't think a Fallout TV show would work, you don't watch enough TV (or have never seen Fallout: Nuka Break on YouTube). Think of all the quests you do and places you explore in a Fallout game. Each one of those events could be its own episode, and the series could follow the escapades of a group of wastelanders from different walls of life and add some grand threat to add to the drama. And TV shows well before The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones (both of which follow books, by the way) were tying narratives together like that. As for location, exploring some famous city ruins could be fun, but the strength of Fallout is more in all the smaller, post-apocalyptic communities. Even The Walking Dead steered clear of Atlanta by and large. So I really don't care if they set it in Nowhere, USA as long as it is indeed set in the United States (for atmosphere) and keeps with the series' themes and lore
I really thought Todd Howard was going up in the stage this past Quakecon just to announce Fallout 4, but he didn't. Which is sad considering I read a lot of great rumours and theories about Fallout 4's progress before the event.
If Fallout 4's suddenly hit the front page of anywhere, announcing it or having a teaser video, I would cry like a church lady singing hallelujah. For real.
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