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    For paper number two I’ve decided to go with the reputation mechanic in Fallout New Vegas. So what is the reputation mechanic? The reputation in Fallout New Vegas is a measurement of how the different factions in the game world or Mojave Wasteland perceive your character. It is affected by positive and negative actions that affect the faction in question, such as completing quests or killing members, of that faction. Reputation is separated into two categories: Fame and Infamy. Fame is positive and infamy is negative. Both types of reputation are tracked separately, the combination of which determines your reputation with any given faction. The benefits and drawbacks of any given reputation depend on the faction itself. So for example, you…

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    their ad 's for many great titles and I believe the way they make ads are perfect and sell every time. But what games were successes and why start with the big start, Fallout 3. Fallout 3 was a game created for all platforms, PC, Xbox and PlayStation. The story takes place in a world where the style stuck in the 50’s era, but technology grows more advanced where you are a survivor of a massive world nuclear war and…

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    the power of choice in a huge open world. Bethesda’s two most successful franchises, Fallout and The Elder Scrolls, are also the two most popular role-playing franchises in the world. Bethesda’s two most successful games, which happen to come from their two most popular franchises, are Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Both games are beautifully made and are incredibly fun to play, but which game is the greatest role-playing game in the world? Fallout 4 takes place in Boston, in the…

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    The Fallout Analysis

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    The Fallout, from the G&L Tribute Series, delivers a wide range of tones that span genres, from rock n' roll to post-punk. Its distinctive personality and incredible playability are sure to please both advanced and intermediate electric guitar players. As the Dayton area's leading authority on guitars, Centerville Music has a few thoughts on it: A Unique Hybrid: The shape of the Fallout is based on another instrument from G&L, the SC-2, which was notably played by Devo's Mark and Bob…

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    Fallout 4

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    In the year 2077, the world is obsessed with the concept of nuclear power, and the near limitless amount of energy it provides. With a large presence of nuclear culture, comes living in constant fear of nuclear warfare. The culture represents a more technologically advanced version of the 1950s. Nuclear protection is offered by Vault-tec, a company that creates fallout shelters worldwide. Fallout 4 focuses in on the player, allowing them to customize their character enough to place themselves…

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    Fallout 4 Analysis

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    In the game Fallout 4 the creators Bethesda Game Studios use a nuclear event to show society’s realization for impending death and destruction of the world. Fallout 4 is set in an alternate timeline that is based on a dystopian reality after World War II. The game placed in a post nuclear apocalyptic Boston in the year 2287. It begins with the player emerges almost 210 years after a destructive nuclear war from an underground bunker. The picture best fit to represent the entire video game is of…

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    Fallout Vs Elder Scrolls

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    Fallout vs The Elder Scrolls: A Comparison Video games are a treasured pastime for many young adults today and role-playing is among its top-selling genres. In this essay I will be comparing two of the most popular RPG series: Fallout™ and The Elder Scrolls™; their history, their style, and their stories. Although the similarities of The Elder Scrolls™ and Fallout™ are noticeable, their differences are pronounced and deserve thorough investigation. One such difference between…

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    Fallout Shelter Analysis

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    Fallout Shelter (Scott Peters, 1961) In the beginning of the cold war, it seems that some Americans had a sense of confidence about the war, as can be seen in this excerpt from the song; “I’m not scared/I’m prepared/I’ll be spared” (Peters.) Many people purchased fallout shelters as a means of defense against the possible nuclear war they thought Russia would start, they were designed to protect people from nuclear fallout and have enough supplies in them to typically last a few weeks. While the…

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    The increase in cancer risks and cases can be attributed to the contamination of the food supply, water, and soil as a result of nuclear testing in the southwestern United States. Iron County, Nevada was one of the first exposed to radiation. Sheep and farmers were among those affected by nuclear testing and fallout. Eighteen to twenty thousand sheep were exposed to fallout from the 1953 test resulting in a one-million-dollar loss for farmers. Five years later citizens in Utah, Nevada, and…

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    Fallout 3 Analysis

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    Those who were unlucky enough to be outside of proper shelter when the bombs and survived became mutated abominations that slowly lose touch with their humanity. Almost all water is now undrinkable due to the radiation. By the time Fallout 3 takes place, the world seems like a circle in hell. The story of Fallout 3 follows a young protagonist whom the player creates and watches develop into adulthood through the tutorial inside the heavily fortified and xenophobic underground shelter known as…

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