Fallout

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  • Fallout 3 Business Analysis

    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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  • Fallout 4 Analysis

    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 Shelter Analysis

    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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  • Fallout 3 Analysis

    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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  • Fallout Vs Elder Scrolls

    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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  • Nuclear War: The Rongelap Report

    During the Cold War, the Marshall Islands served as a nuclear testing ground; sixty seven nuclear bombs were detonated by the United States government (17). On the 1st of March 1954 a hydrogen bomb, called Bravo was dropped on the Bikini Atoll (11). The bomb was dropped regardless of weather forecasts that predicted winds which would blow the radioactive fallout over much of the surrounding islands and the island’s inhabitants. The consequences that followed the explosion left the indigenous…

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  • The Clan Of One Breasted Woman Analysis

    it” (313), “Within a few minutes, a light ash was raining on the car” (313). She also quotes one credible source, when she writes, “It took fourteen years….for cancer to show up in my mother-the same time, Howard L. Andrews an authority on radioactive fallout at the National Institutes of Health, says radiation cancer requires to become evident”(315). For the audience she was trying to capture I felt like her personal branding was enough evidence for them to trust her credibility. Yet to…

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  • Alas Babylon Analysis

    Before the nuclear fallout covered many miles, “immense areas contaminable by a single bomb undoubtedly make radioactive fallout potentially one of the most lethal effects of nuclear war,” this harmed more people and goods then everyone would think (Funk & Wagnalls Editorial Staff). With the nuclear fallout this meant that if you had goods they were worth more than actually paper money. Some came to the bank to retrieve their money they had been working for but no one knew in a short while that…

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  • The Dangers Of Radiation During The Cold War

    radiation given out by all three tests equaled around 58,300 kilo curies of radioiodine, which is way above any allowable or survivable limit. One test had civilians and soldiers stand on ground zero below the airborne detonation to prove that the weapons could be used over cities without “ill” effects. The tests in that single operation alone exposed tens of thousands of civilian personnel and military service men to the full effects of radiation and causing thyroid cancer, total failure of the…

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  • Role Of Survivalist As A Subculture

    Survivalists: An American subculture The presence of survivalists or preppers as an American subculture can be traced back as early as the 1930’s. During World War II, as new homes and buildings were constructed, builders were adding bomb shelters to their structures. Occupants would then keep these bomb shelters or bunkers stocked in case of Nazi attacks. Advancing to the 1960’s and 1970’s, survivalist intentions changed due to differing circumstances. Preppers of this period were mainly…

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