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Posted by Sander - at Fri, 24 Oct 2014 02:14:13 GMT

Over at Kotaku, Patricia Hernandez decided to rank the Fallout games, or most of them -- she understandably skips Fallout: Tactics and that-one-abomination-we-never-talk-about. You may remember Hernandez from the time she wrote about the way Fallout 2 allowed her to explore her sexual identity for Rock Paper Shotgun.

Not surprisingly, Fallout 2 is her number one ranked game. Not a bad choice -- but the list goes off the rails at number two, where she throws in Fallout 3. Taste is subjective and all, but nope. Nope nope nope. Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout 1 round out the list.

My personal ranking: Fallout 1, Fallout 2, Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 3. What's yours?

Posted by Korin - at Thu, 23 Oct 2014 15:22:24 GMT

Interesting little fact – today (October 23rd) is the anniversary (well, pre-anniversary) of the Great War in the Fallout universe, which led to the gloriously fun post-apocalyptic landscape we’ve come to love. To celebrate this, Dorkly’s made it the subject of this week’s "Today in Nerd History":

Let us all celebrate with a bit of whiskey and some iguana-on-a-stick.

Posted by Tagaziel - at Thu, 02 Oct 2014 16:25:29 GMT

Crimea, a Polish indie RPG, has just hit IndieGogo in a bid to secure funding for the further development of the project. The current goal is $37,500 in 40 days.

What makes Crimea interesting? Unlike most other projects, the game is already being developed and is in a fairly advanced state: A playable demo showcasing the technology and the general gameplay is available for download on IndieDB. As it goes, you can try it before you buy it.

Link: Crimea on IndieGogo