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.
With 2D art and animation from Radian-Helix Media's Brandan Lee and Kaz Foxsen Art, Fallout Project Brazil's opening animation has left a lasting impact on players. The haunting voice over from Roger Owen as Coach John Bragg is truly memorable, driving home the story's tone and gravity right from the start, and the catchy Brazil intro theme gets stuck in your head for hours. Erich Von Hildberghausen's dark ambient tune 7-0-1 plays in the background, helping create the feeling of the Fallout 1 and 2 intros with a new generation of creative talent.
We took a new approach to the War Never Changes monologue, transitioning from a narrator to an in game character giving the speech. We couldn't get Ron Pearlman, so decided to go ahead and embrace the new with an interesting compromise that accomplishes everything at once, setting the tone, atmosphere, introducing the characters, and diving right into the engine before transitioning into the game's first loading screen.
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