Could they possibly fit the same setting, despite being from differing developers? I'm not asking if they are, because obviously not, but from a nerd who likes the idea... would they fit nicely or is there a lot of overlap or areas that don't fit one another? I ask because the PnP game in out very own download section tries to do so on a small level. However, this is the same PnP book written before New Vegas, and thus certain parts have been retconned. It is also the same book with half-mutants, and such, agreeing with Marcus' line that it just takes a while for the juices to start flowing so to speak, and that was confirmed as the mutant pulling the COs leg. I backed Wasteland 2 (enough to get a release download, but not enough for beta, or to my regret physical goodies) purely off the back of my love of Fallout, and knowing Fallout was the spiritual successor to the original i've purchased the first game off Steam. One area I have learned might be an issue is their aesthetics? I've read that in the same way Fallout has 50s aesthetic, wasteland is very much 80s. This however does not seem insurmountable, as Fallout has its share of 80s too. Another is that the end of the world in Wasteland was in a war between the US and Soviets... but I imagine when the bombs dropped, several nations probably dropped/launched. Sadly, this is the limit of my knowledge without beating the original, and before the release of the sequel. Just something I wanted to bounce off a few others more knowledgeable than I.