Monday, October 15, 2007

fallout and fallin

So far the writing plan is a success.

I read chapter 1 (of 18) on reading night to the group and now it’s time to work on chapter 2 before the second Saturday in November.

Almost interested in NaNo, but I think it would be more of a distraction than a benefit.

No offense to those who partake. I just think for me (it is all about me after all) it would not work.

This concludes the Fallin part of the post.


Fallout 3 now has trailers to view, screenshots and a whole lot of “I gotta play this when it launches”.

And it launches March of next year.

I do anticipate it. Much.

And to show my appreciation, I’m playing (when I get a spare moment) Fallout - the original.

This is kind of like if another Trek show were to be debuting and you went back and watched all the “Classic” Bones, Kirk, other guy, Star Trek episodes.

Or, maybe that is not exactly like it.

Because didn’t Enterprise s(h)orta kill the Enterprise?

and would we really want another Trek show?

Anyhow, -

- if you have played Fallout 1 and Fallout 2, then you know you are going to get Fallout 3 and love it.

Even though it is a first person perspective game like Oblivion. Is this a good thing? Or a bad thing?

For me - I don’t really care. Getting to tangle with raiders, radscorpions and robots is reward good enough for me whatever the interface.

And this, I’m afraid, concludes the Fallout portion of the broadcast . . .

Bring on the Ron Perlman voice-over in March 2008 -

“War . . . War never changes.”

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