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Too late...I bought both Fallout 1 and 2 when they hit the shelves & have played them both through more than once.

I'm working my way through Fallout 3 & I'm having a blast with it. One just has to keep in mind that it is more of a spiritual successor to Fallout 2 (much like Fallout 1 was the spiritual successor to Wasteland like you mentioned) rather than a traditional sequel. I've been downloading some mods off of Fallout Nexus & some of them have me giddy like a schoolgirl.

But....I'd love to see an updated Wasteland using the latest state of the art graphics, game mechanics, and UI.

What is funny is how many people actually bought it. Every time I buy out someone's full collection of old atari games, this one is almost always in it. (I buy old atari collections at yard sales)
-app103 (January 19, 2007, 10:31 AM)
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I might still have some around for you if you are interested, App, but it too has that game.  ;D

Too late...I bought both Fallout 1 and 2 when they hit the shelves & have played them both through more than once.
-Innuendo (June 04, 2009, 01:40 PM)
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When I said 'check out' I meant look at the references- I pretty much assumed you would have already heard of it, if not played it.  There was actually supposed to be a sequel, but I never played it.

As far as who owns the rights, apparently Brian Fargo acquired them back in 2003, and has apparently said that he's looking at doing a sequel, but that's only second hand information.

I knew what you meant, but I was just having a little bit of fun.  Yeah, I know...I'm easily entertained. :)

I played Fountain of Dreams & when the page you linked to said it was a disappointment to Wasteland fans the person who wrote that was being very kind, to say the least.

I didn't know about Brian Fargo owns the rights to Wasteland. While I respect what he did for the original I'm not so sure the people over at DuckAndCover are doing the right thing for putting so much faith in him doing a better job than Bethesda. Looking at that Line Rider and what they did to The Bard's Tale his company isn't exactly showing that they are going in the right direction.


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