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The Mordinos were once the most powerful crime family in New Reno. At first, the Mordinos exploited tourists with hallucinogenic peyote cacti for the "Reno Experience". The family quickly gained an edge in the form of an obnoxious, albeit brilliant boy scientist name Myron. Myron is responsible for creating and refining jet. The highly addictive chem became their bread and butter, greatly expanding their influence in New Reno in response to the waves of jet addicts that flooded into the city. The Mordinos fell from power once Myron died from a stabbing in the Den and a cure to jet addiction was discovered in Vault City. The family's assets would slowly be absorbed into the other families of New Reno until the name "Mordino" was soon forgotten.

Did you know...

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that psychoactive drugs were released into the Vault 106 air filtration system 10 days after the door was sealed?

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that Vault 34 was first mentioned in the Fallout Bible?

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that a nuke can be found in the Enclave Oil Rig and under the Cathedral?

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that the super mutants from Vault 87 become bigger, stronger, and less intelligent as they age?

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that both the New California Republic and Khans originated from the same vault?

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that the Regulators in Fallout and the Regulators of Fallout 3 are entirely different organizations?

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17 July 2014 by Tagaziel (talk)
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As Pete Hines tweets, Fallout 4 is not going to be seen at GamesCom:

Mick @Michael_F1967 @DCDeacon So Bethesda are on a list for Gamescon, apparently its an action-adventure RPG. I wonder what it could be?

Pete Hines @DCDeacon

@Michael_F1967 the evil within and eso. now you can stop wondering

Back to patiently waiting!

5 July 2014 by Tagaziel (talk)
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As stated on the official GamesCom site, Bethesda Softworks Zenimax Germany GmbH (Bethesda, for short) will attend the expo.

What's the kicker? This:

Profil

This exhibitor shows the following products and commodity groups:

Click on a commodity group to search for exhibitors of this group..

ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE (GAMES)

  • Action / Adventure
  • Role-playing games

Is it Fallout 4? The Elder Scrolls VI? Wolfenstein: The Newer Order? Regardless of the actual reveal, we will keep you posted (and, if possible, be there when it happens).

18 June 2014 by VaultAusir (talk)
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The first three games set in the Fallout world: Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics, all three of which were removed from Steam at the beginning of this year, when the rights to the titles were lost by Interplay and gained by Bethesda Softworks, have now returned to the Steam store.

  • All three games have Steam Cloud enabled for save games.
  • Fallout 1 & Fallout 2 can be launched in either default or classic versions. Default allows for high resolutions and Classic is the original, unmodified release.
  • Fallout Tactics is unmodified. Multiplayer works with direct connect.
  • While Fallout 1 and Fallout 2 can run on Windows 8, Fallout Tactics is not Windows 8 compatible.

Currently, there is no news on whether the games will return to other services, such as GOG.com.


9 May 2014 by Tagaziel (talk)
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It's a dry spell in Fallout news, one that gives the Death Valley a run for its money. But fear not, Wasteland 2 has you covered:

Join the worldwide Wasteland 2 localization crowdsourcing effort!


One of the most common questions asked of us since we started talking about Wasteland 2, even before we successfully concluded our Kickstarter, was “do you guys need any help localizing the game? I can help!”


But I’ve done localization work from a high level enough times to know you can’t just throw people at it and it’ll all work out. So we put our heads together and came up with the best way to use the power of the crowd for our localization in such a way as to still get high quality localized versions of our games.


Stage one of that is what truly involves you, our backers and fans. We have set up a project on Get Localization where anyone willing can sign up to localize the game in French, Italian, German and Spanish. We will provide you with translator instructions and a glossary of terms, and you can dive in and right away start translating from English to your own language. Wasteland 2 is a wordy game, and it’s a massive effort. We’re excited about once again opening up the doors to involve fans directly into the game making process like this.


Once the bulk of this work is done like this, our plan is to then hand this to professional editors in these languages, who will do editing passes to fix errors, clean up stylistic inconsistencies. This way we’ll ensure the end product is of the quality we should expect for Wasteland 2.


Thank you for your involvement!


Matt Findley
inXile President


Our Get Localization Project Page


Is there a minimum time investment required?


There is not! Sign up and however much you’d like to translate, we’re thankful for.


How much guidance do we get?


Inside the project page we include links to the translator instructions we are using for this project, as well as an indepth glossary of terms.


What languages will you be localizing this way?


We are localizing the game in French, Italian, German and Spanish with this method. Polish and Russian localizations are of course still planned, but they will be done by Deep Silver so we won’t be using this method for those.

20 February 2014 by Tagaziel (talk)
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Fallout tidbits
The Fallout tidbits are a summary of various minor articles and newsbits concerning Fallout games.
If you want to propose a link to be included in the next tidbit post, simply post it in a comment under this one.

It's a slow time in Fallout news and certainly not enough to warrant a separate newspost for each. Here's a quick summary of the latest developments, starting with the most important Fallout 4 information.