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Hype Machine 1, Fallout fans Nil

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Hype Machine 1, Fallout fans Nil

Preview - posted by Section8 on Tue 5 June 2007, 18:35:21

Tags: Bethesda Softworks; Fallout 3

In what can only be termed "tragically predictable", Bethesda have completely underwhelmed the gaming world's most notorious fanbase with an ultimately uninspired rehash of Fallout's intro. The man who has never believed in putting his best foot forward, Pete Hines on the teaser:
1) Yes, that's in-engine (in-engine means it's done with game assets in our rendering engine, but isn't done real-time. If it was done in real-time, that'd be gameplay footage. This isn't something, for example, that was sent to some house [e.g. Blue Studios] so they could build assets and render it out, and create something for us to release [e.g. Dawn of War 40K intro cinematic]).
2) Yes, that's The Ink Spots singing "I Don't Want to Set the World On Fire"
3) Yes, that's Ron Perlman [voiceover man extraordinaire of Fallout 1 and 2].

Fallout and Oblivion are like fire and ice, and if the teaser is anything to go by, Fallout 3 is where they meet in the middle like lukewarm water.

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