Fallout 1.5: Resurrection

12.10.2008 Nuclearization – A Voyage In The Post Atomic Unknown

Although this update is arriving on the brink of the long-awaited Fallout 3 release, we hope that it won’t just get lost among all the fabulous news, previews and an avalanche of disagreeable debates and comments. Nevertheless... Firstly we would like to assure you that we are still persistently working on Resurrection. Since the last update we’ve made quite a progress towards the longed for goal, though we are not done yet. We are doing everything in our power to finish the game before the end of this year, so wish us luck!

To sweeten your waiting we this time offer something quite different (and hopefully interesting) – you can listen to some brand new Falloutish music, which will also be included in Resurrection. To celebrate the upcoming release of Fallout 3, Emitremmus, the composer of Resurrection music, has prepared a music project for the whole Fallout community entitled “Nuclearization – A Voyage In The Post Atomic Unknown.” As you can probably tell from the name, it’s a somewhat darker ambient tribute to the great musical accompaniment of the original Fallouts. You can download the whole project from the author’s website http://www.takusama.com. Among many unique melodies you’ll be able to find those that Emitremmus composed especially for some of the Fallout 1.5: Resurrection locations. On this website you’ll also find other additional information and neatly compiled interview with the author. So we say to all those of you who like this kind of music or are just curious: enjoy!

Additionally I’m pleased to welcome a new character animator to our team – MarkDey. With this additional help we’ll hopefully be able to expand the number of usable weapons for certain, more interesting, types of characters and enrich your game experience.

The last thing that I would like to bring to your attention in this update is the still available offer for 3D graphics artists, who would be interested in helping us with the creation of the ending screens. This area is unfortunately proving to be quite a pain in the… shoe, and we’d appreciate any help. If you are interested, please head straight to this page.