Fallout (Video Game) - TV Tropes. Prepare for the future! Fallout is a series of pulp Science Fiction. Western RPGs, originally owned and published by Interplay and Black Isle and currently owned by Bethesda. The games involve adventures in a post- apocalyptic United States, in an Alternate History with two major divergences: first, the transistor was invented 1.
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Second, American culture never quite got over The '5. The result was a Weird Science/Pulp Magazine- inspired Diesel Punk. Crapsack World, powered by Atomic Energy and filled with Moral Dissonance. This inefficient Diesel Punk technology depleted fossil fuels even faster than in the real world, causing massive resource wars to break out worldwide while China and the United States began hoarding their last fuel reserves. Eventually, the two superpowers clashed over the Alaskan oil fields, hoping to secure just a little more of that black gold..
No one knows or cares which side fired the first missiles, but once they were up, everyone else fired too. Secretly, however, most of the Vaults were given some sort of experimental condition to be followed by the Overseer of each Vault, or their staff. As a result, many Vaults had conditions that drove their occupants insane, hopelessly radiated.. A minority, however, had conditions that were able to support their societies in a relatively stable manner. The first Fallout begins almost a century later, in 2. Though some Vault dwellers have left their shelters and established towns, civilization struggles to survive amidst scarce resources, vicious mutants, and those who have turned to a Rape, Pillage, and Burn lifestyle.
Subsequent games are set successive decades after the first, with the world continuing to evolve with new factions and adventures. The original Fallout games were notable early examples of open- world.
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Western RPGs, and the later Bethesda installments helped codify the modern Action RPG/Wide Open Sandbox hybrid. You can just follow the critical path to the ending, but you'll barely scratch the surface of what the games have to offer.
Each game starts with character creation that lets you specify the player character's age, race, sex, special talents, skills, and so on. The player is then dumped into the wasteland with a distant objective, no clear means of reaching it, whatever paltry supplies your friends hand you, and directions that only lead as far as the nearest settlement. You can now do what you want: pursue your quest, help civilization prosper, aid the innocent and impoverished, burn down towns, shoot random passersby in the head and rob their corpses, join the local technology cult, hoard soda and canned beans — you name it. Along the way you'll meet mutants (humanoid and animal alike), raiders, robots, cyborgs, tribals, cannibals, and more. Karma and reputation meters track your good to evil alignment and standing among various factions and towns, but you're free to ignore them and do as you please. The first two Interplay/Black Isle games were 2. D grid- based isometric games with turn- based combat, while Bethesda's entries are first/third- person 3.
D shooters with real- time combat, similar to Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls series. However, most story and setting elements remain the same between eras. Technically titled Fallout: A Post- Nuclear Role Playing Game. Takes place in southern California, including the ruins of Bakersfield and Los Angeles. Fallout 2 (1. 99. The second entry, using the same game engine as the original with some enhancements to streamline gameplay.
Takes place in northern California and western Nevada, including the ruins of Reno and San Francisco. Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel (2. Spinoff developed by 1. Degrees East and Micro Forte, featuring squad- based tactics gameplay a la Jagged Alliance.
Despite a number of small but noticeable lore inconsistencies, its story is considered semi- canon. Takes place in the American Midwest, between Chicago and the Canadian border. Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel (2.
Spinoff developed exclusively for PS2 and Xbox. A top- down shooter with light RPG elements.
One of the last games produced by Interplay before they went bankrupt. Due to a combination of major lore inconsistencies and negative fan reception, it is acknowledged as non- canon. Takes place in Texas, in numerous real- life small towns such as Carbonnote Population 2. Los Ybaneznote Population 1. Fallout 3 (2. 00. The third numbered entry, which Genre Shifts to a First/Third- Person Shooter- RPG.
Its setting and story are a Darker and Edgier take on the The Verse, though the trademark Black Humor is still present. Takes place in Maryland and Virginia, including the ruins of Washington, D. C. Fallout: New Vegas (2. A Gaiden Game by Obsidian Entertainment using the Fallout 3 engine. While both are canon, this entry is more of a direct sequel to Fallout 2 than Fallout 3 was, returning to the setting of the former while incorporating elements of the latter. Takes place in Las Vegas and the surrounding Mojave Desert. Fallout Shelter (2.
A free- to- play i. OS and Android game in which the player builds and runs their own Vault.
Non- canon by its very nature; it is not set in any particular locale, though the majority of the game's content is based on Fallout 3 and Fallout 4. Fallout 4 (2. 01.
The fourth numbered entry, featuring improved First/Third- Person Shooter mechanics and greatly increased Item Crafting variety. It is also the first game in the series to feature a fully- voiced protagonist.
Takes place in Massachusetts, including the ruins of Boston. Though never released, it is still considered partially canon and several story elements were reused in Fallout 3 and New Vegas. It was to take place in and around Arizona. Fallout Tactics 2: A planned sequel to Fallout Tactics, which entered pre- production shortly before the release of the first game and was canceled a few months later. According to Micro Forte, this was due to the first game's initial sales not meeting Interplay's expectations.