It is no secret that Fallout 4 was a disappointment to many long time fans of the series. As a result the increase in traffic we had due to Fallout 4 has died off a bit as most things that needed to be said about that game have already been repeated time and time again. In an effort to liven things up a bit around here we plan on increasing our news output partly by expanding our content to non-Fallout related stuff, and hopefully with the help of some of you we can Make NMA Great Again, so without further delay we have a wide variety of post apocalyptic goodness in store for you. Recently in the Official Xbox Magazine something somewhat worrying was mentioned thereby causing a nerd uproar in places like RPGCodex. At Inxile forums many of the fans are not happy with some being afraid of further "streamlining". The micromanagement part of the game is where a lot of the character creation really paid off. Is multiplayer really what the fans want? Some of the uproar was perhaps unfounded it seems when one of the developers then elaborated on some things the fans were angry about: Personally I would prefer if they put their resources into other aspects of the game that were lacking, but it is too early to tell to be for sure. Wasteland 3's crowdfunding over at Fig was a success by 113% https://www.fig.co/campaigns/wasteland-3#updates While the Fig one has closed down you can still pledge over at CrowdOX: https://app.crowdox.com/projects/100109/wasteland-3 And Torment: Tides of Numenera finally has a release date it seems of February 2017. In other post apocalyptic news we have a Chinese Mad Max rip-off which looks like a fun goofy b-film called Mad Shelia. You gotta love those creative titles. http://www.slashfilm.com/chinese-mad-max-rip-off/ With still no idea about when the next Mad Max will start filming this might be the closest thing we will get, however sad that might be it should be worth a gander. Thanks to @Mr Fish for informing us of the news and as always stay classy NMA.