In the far future where Earth has become a devastated wasteland, you're the child of the noted scientist James in the underground Vault 101 that's in the Washington DC area. Upon reaching adulthood, your father has mysteriously disappeared into the outside for some unknown purpose. Soon, you're forced to flee outside yourself from the murderous tyranny of the Vault Overseer who'll not tolerate such dissent. Now, you'll begin the search for your father as your adventures begin that'll either bring hope to that dismal world or destroy it.
Kenneth Chisholm (email@example.com)
Prepare for the future.
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Originally Med-X was called morphine, but to obtain an MA15+ (instead or being refused classification) in Australia they had to make this small change, Bethesda then subsequently decided to use this edit for all worldwide editions, ironically this worked in the games lore as there was never any real world drugs within the series as they always had fictional names. See more
General Chase has a goatee, which is forbidden under U.S. Army grooming regulations. See more
Hey smoothskin, you need something? Drink maybe? Anything at all?
Let me think about it a moment my good man.
Wait, you're not gonna hit me? Yell at me? Not even berate me a little bit?
I hadn't planned on it.
Well now that's a surprise. I'm used to every asshole smoothskin in this town treating me like shit just cause I look like a corpse. It's good to see there are still a few worth while people out there. Look Moriaoty'd have my head if he caught me selling at a discount, but for you I'll risk ...
In the Japanese version of the game, the "Fat Man" mini-nuke launcher was renamed the "Nuks-Launcher". This was done because the bomb the United States dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima was nicknamed Fat Man. See more
References The Legend of Zelda
Written by Allan Gray
Published by KPM APM (ASCAP)
Courtesy of APM Music, Inc.
By Arrangement with EMI Production Music UK
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