Subject: General Tech | January 16, 2013 - 04:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: mod, gaming, fallout: new vegas, fallout 3, brazil
Project Brazil is a total conversion mod for Fallout: New Vegas which claims to carry on the original spirit of the Fallout series, a harsh post apocalyptic wasteland filled with competing groups all of whom want to see themselves in control of all they survey and you to either be with them or decomposing somewhere. While there were moments in Fallout 3 which reached the level of absurdity or terror veterans of previous Fallout games reached, there was never really a point when you realized you were a drug addicted murder seriously considering slaving as a good way to bring in more income. While we are a ways away from seeing Project Brazil finished, you should follow Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN's advice and keep your eyes on the progress of this mod.
“The vision of Fallout 2 will be honoured by Project Brazil. Project Brazil is a quieter, more harsh and severe world than Fallout 3 or New Vegas. It feels like a real place spotted with rare moments of absurdity and fear, split between multiple rising civilizations all trying to fight for what they want or need in a world recovering from the Great War.”
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