With nuclear apocalypse looming over the world, several vaults were constructed to contain the best and brightest of humanity. By being shielded from the imminent death, the offspring of these people could reclaim and repopulate the Earth. However, before the entire network could be completed, nuclear war broke out. One of the vaults became militaristic and technology-driven. Using their superior weapons, they were able to claim the surrounding wasteland. The members of this vault formed the Brotherhood of Steel, an organization dedicated to unlocking new and better technologies.

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A really better game that what most people are saying.

A VERY GOOD looking game, one of the most beautiful isometric game I played.

Super cool features, like proning, crouching, climbing, controling a whole squad and having strange party members, like ghouls, deathclaws, supermutants and robots! That fits perfectly in Fallout universe.

Super great tactic combats, with many replayability. A good atmosphere and progression.

Some real problems, like NO DIALOG TREE AT ALL, No real use of almost all non-combat skills and some traits attributes Charisma. The feel is that the game is somewhat broken, and it is not entirely false as I think they ran out of time a bit when making it.

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great tactic/rpg game i ever play and one of the best game of Fallut universum

Nov 6 2010 by infernoth