And another thought that's been nagging in my brains for a long while. I understand, it must have been discussed somewhere, but no matter how I tried, I could not find any relevant thread, here or elsewhere. So, Van Buren. Being 90% (or so they say) finished, it is "barbarous" and "vandalic" to leave it behind, as a dead end of entire Fallout history. We have more than rudimentary engine, we have graphics engine, we even have detailed and complete designer documents (see my previous thread), which require only minor amendments (if any). On the other hand, it is also well known, that the engine is not fully functional, there's even no turn-based mode yet, has many bugs, etc. etc. etc. Others say, that this engine is not usable at all and it is even easier to make a game from a scratch (which I actually find hard to believe). With that in mind, can somebody explain me, why nobody cares to dabble with the unfinished Van Buren, but prefers to start something totally new (with due respect - such as Afterfall, and any other similar projects), or use 10-years old FO2 engine editor or try out something with almost "unroleplayable" FOT? Is Van Buren totally rubbish, and should it remain nothing else than a sad monument to our epoch, where good taste and culture are inevitably sacrificed to the immediate commercial benefit?