This Fallout Web Series Is Pretty Damn Good

Nuka Break was a surprisingly great short film based on the Fallout universe, released earlier this year. It was so great, in fact, that the film's producers got enough cash together to go and make an entire series. And here's the first episode.

It's called Fallout: Nuka Break The Series (catchy!), and continues the adventures of a Vault survivor, his Ghoul pal Ben and a former slave across the post-apocalyptic wastelands of the nuclear-ravaged future.

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New episodes will be released every second Monday. In addition to the returning cast from the short film, they've managed to rope in Guillermo Del Toro favourite Doug Jones (Abe Sapien in Hellboy, creepy eyeball guy in Pan's Labyrinth) to guest star as well.


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Fun fact, they filmed at the RL equivalent of Prospector saloon, the Pioneer Saloon. The saloon actually changed, and doesn't have that storeroom anymore, so they had to digitally add it, along with the obvious other things.

I love this series. It's not some overly dramatic dark gritty bullshit that isn't Fallout . For all the fanfilms that are like that, it makes you wonder if S.T.A.L.K.E.R. got advertising and a wider release, if people would like that more.