A near Total Conversion for Fallout: New Vegas. Fallout: Project Brazil adds an all new story around a new player character, an adopted resident of Vault 18, embarking on a quest to a hidden complex in the ruins of Los Angeles. Along the way you'll discover a pitched battle between the Survivalist Army, the New California Republic, and The Super Mutants, which shapes the politics and events leading to the NCR's invasion of the Mojave. The story takes place in 2260 - many years before the "Courier" awakes in New Vegas, while the Enclave struggles to rise again on the West Coast.

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eatleadsukka Oct 21 2010, 7:30am says:

Can't wait for the release!

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DeltaForce95 Oct 21 2010, 12:19pm says:

Same, i relly want to play this after doing the pitt!

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ciastoludek Oct 22 2010, 9:35am says:

Great, very similiar to the old Fallouts and that means awesome.

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pilotofwar Oct 22 2010, 1:00pm replied:

Agreed I like the old fallout looking map much more then fallout 3's map. Oh and what are all the craters from? I have not gotten far into the first fallout games but I thought the west cost was not hit as bad by the nukes as the east coast was.

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AssassinAlex18 Oct 22 2010, 5:11pm replied:

As far as I know, They both got hit hard, Just more people lived in the east cost after the war. Mostly because A. Most people on the West cost dismissed the sirens as another drill and B. People on the East cost knew it wasn't a drill. As far as I know, The New Vegas area was hit the least.

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Infantry1242 Dec 3 2010, 10:45pm replied:

Alex,the whole reason Las Vegas wasnt hit by nukes was because Mr.House had disabled 56 of the 77 nukes,and like 7 others were destroyed before they could hit,but the rest hit,so i think you could say the Vegas and most of the Mojave was hit the least....cause of Mr.House.

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Thaiauxn Oct 23 2010, 2:15am replied:

Lets put it this way. In Fallout 1, you can no longer see anything but the steel ribs of the buildings in Los Angles because the city itself was utterly annihilated. Most of the West Coast was hit hardest in the bombing, even by the rare ICBMs. All of the US was hit more or less, but practically none of the cities in California were left standing. in the game, you only see ruins, or improvised housing. Bethesda took a MASSIVE license when they decided to add real buildings to DC in such good shape. DC looks like it was hit by an earthquake - not thermonuclear war.

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Infantry1242 Dec 1 2010, 4:31pm replied:

Yea,D.C looks more like a majorly huge earthquake than a Nuclear war.And as far as i know,both coasts alot of people took the air raids as another drill,so they didnt go underground (hats off to those who woulda gone to 87,but didnt)LA,aka boneyard,was totally obliterated by the nukes.In F3,im suprised the Washington monument is still up.

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lizardlips2 Oct 25 2010, 7:14pm says:

COOL now to take over the wor......... the gam........ something!!

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The California Wastelands - 2277 CE

Black Bear Mountain and Vault 18 is roughly 91 minutes from Downtown Los Angeles, if you're in the Highwayman.

The Explorable Areas have green circles.

Original Fallout 1 & 2 Areas are there for reference only, and are not visitable.

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