Gamers with a taste for history may remember the classic 1988 adventure/RPG Neuromancer by Interplay, which was of course based on the famed William Gibson novel of the same name.
Interplay developer Brian Fargo, whose current studio inXile is noted for resurrecting old RPGs that Fargo had worked on such as Wasteland,a trove of documents from when Interplay had to not only get permissions from Electronic Arts and Activision to produce the game, but help from people like Timothy Leary and Keith Haring.
Should you fancy a nostalgic trip through the wastelands before digging into Fallout 4, you might be interested to hear that a Fallout Anthology is planned for release this Fall.
Containing every game in the post-apocalytpic franchise's storied history (that's Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition and Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition),comes neatly housed inside a Fatman Mini-Nuke, with an extra slot for Fallout 4 also included.
Interplay has announced that its teaming up with Drip Drop Games to release a remastered version of ClayFighter, the cultfirst released in back 1993 for the SNES.
It's not entirely clear from the announcement, but it sounds like the remaster will also include the game's, or at least some content from them; "The game will be packed with the best of all previous ClayFighter titles," writes Interplay.