I have put a lot of thought into this decision and I think that it is my time to go. I've been inactive here for awhile now and I don't know if I'll be able to return to what I was. Life has caught up with me as I'm working most of the week and going to school preparing to transfer to a 4 year college. My life has been fast, as I am 22, soon to be 23, so school is something of a priority right now so that I am able to catch up with life. I just want to say thanks to everybody that I have encountered here at the Vault/Nukapedia over my career and I hope that everyone has a fantastic voyage ahead of them.
I might still pop by Nukapedia every once and awhile, but my time is severely limited. I felt that this should be the appropriate way for m…
For those of you who don't really visit or follow The Vault over at the Curse domain, Ausir has recently been banned from Wikia, website-wide. If any of you need to contact Ausir for specific information, please contact him over at The Vault. If you would like to read more about it, you can read it here, but other than that, I'm sure the majority of us would like to thank Ausir for bringing this site together when he was here and wish him and the rest of the old gang good luck in their future endeavors.
Hello all. Some interesting news today, maybe some of you have seen it, maybe you have not. According to Rock, Paper Shotgun, Feargus Urquhart has pitched "Fallout: New Vegas 2" to Bethesda. According to Feargus,
After Feargus made that statement, Rock, Paper Shotgun reached out to Todd Howard. Todd Howard said, along the lines, that Fallout: New Vegas was great and that hopefully sometime down the road they can expand upon it.
What do you guys think of this? Would you like to see a sequel to Fallout: New Vegas?
The website Kotaku has just recently posted an interview with Tim Cain, talking about Fallout. Here are some parts from the interview.
On what Fallout could've been...
Tim Cain also went to say that other possible names before they decided on Fallout were: Aftermath, Survivor, and Postnuclear Adventure.
They originally wanted the Ink Spots' "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire" to be the game's theme song, but couldn't get it due to licensing reasons. Instead, they went with "Maybe," and it would up working better for the tone of the game. And, much later down the road, "I Don't Want to Set The World on Fire" became the theme of Fallout 3.
David Anthony Pizzuto, the voice behind Lily Bowen and countless other characters in many different video games, has passed away at the age of 60. The death of David Anthony Pizzuto was released by his talent agent via Twitter.