No Mutants Allowed

No Mutants Allowed is a gaming site dedicated to post nuclear role playing series - Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout 4, Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout Tactics. Largest news database on the Internet. Your Fallout Bible.

Kotaku wrote an interesting article about the fandom behind Obsidian's Fallout: New Vegas in the face of Bethesda's release of Fallout 4. Seems many fans are still looking for Obsidian to do more with the Fallout franchise, something many people on NMA can relate to:

Anyone who has played any amount of Fallout 4 that involved Preston Garvey will be able to relate to how annoying his incessant requests to help settlements are. He's annoying enough that he's spawned dozens of memes amongst players:

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Fallout 4's next patch has entered Beta release on Steam. This patch does seem more substantial than the last patch.

List of patch changes:

New Features
UnderRail is a new post-apocalyptic role playing game with isometric style graphics and turn based combat. It was created by Stygian Software which is a small 3 man team.

Rock Paper Shotgun shared something with us today which talks about skeletons and ruin still being present 200 years after the Great War. A short segment can be found below.

The first patch for Fallout 4 is now live on Steam and should auto update unless you have that option disabled. Patch notes:

Fallout fan YttriumTyclief was working on getting screenshots for the Fallout wiki and was inspired to create isometric style Fallout 4 screenshots:

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Nexus Mods is a popular mod hosting site for Fallout and other games series and has just released news of a possible security breach. Here is a truncated quote of their news post:

The long delayed second review roundup is here.

Washington Post 70/100(according to Metacritic)

J.E. Sawyer was the project director and lead designer on Fallout: New Vegas(he was also a lead designer of Interplay's Fallout 3/Van Buren). It has been over 5 years since that game's release and J.E. Sawyer still finds time to answer questions on his Tumblr page. Here is a selection of his answers:

On 'letting go' being a theme: