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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Media RSS Feed Report media New California Republic Radio AM 440 Los Angeles
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BuffHamster
BuffHamster Jun 22 2013, 7:29pm says:

Sound design is very slick. Not many realize that it is an important factor in the willing suspension of disbelief.

Will recovering music holotapes be a side quest or possible way to make some extra cash? "Oooo! a holotape! Who wants Loot?" PIP-Boy as iTunes player?

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MarcN
MarcN Jun 22 2013, 8:16pm replied:

Agreed, It really adds to the immersion. It's the little things here and there that make things like this great.

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Thaiauxn Jun 23 2013, 2:04am replied:

Holotapes stop playing when you close your pip-boy, but that would be cool. After we get the main quests wrapped, we could add holotapes to old cars that the player can send in to NCRR via the Mojave Express in Union City. Those that make it get played on the radio, activating a variable for each one that allows it to play. Good idea.

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Guest
Guest Jun 23 2013, 4:12am says:

I apologize in advance, but I am a stickler for continuity. Project Brazil takes place in 2260 and the Enclave Oil Rig was destroyed 2242. So, maybe switch the dialog from "Destroyed 40 years ago" to "Destroyed nearly 20 years ago"?

I apologize. Like I said, "Stickler for continuity."

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Thaiauxn Author
Thaiauxn Jun 23 2013, 7:48pm replied:

You are correct. I mention this in the news post as one of our updates. At the time, the game year was 2280, and we later changed it to 2260. It's what we get for skipping ahead and starting voice acting before we finishing scripting.

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Fallout: Project Brazil has two new radio stations for your pip boy while exploring our story and world.

Based in Los Angeles, NCRR is part of the Republic's efforts to bring classic tunes, education, and news to the California Wasteland. Chief anchor Roger Moore (Played by Ben Britton) delivers a smooth voice of reason in an unreasonable hell-scape.

The 2nd Installment will re-arrange the news tracks according to the Main Quest Objectives, and add a dozen more segments based on Fallout Lore and spoofs of NPR.

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Jun 22nd, 2013
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