Wasteland 2 Features

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Interview: Nick Horth talks all things Wasteland 2 with game director and industry legend Brian Fargo.

In a bumper year for RPGs, inXile's post-apocalyptic Wasteland 2 might just be the biggest of the lot - at least in terms of content. From the noble Ranger Citadel in the middle of the Arizona desert to the cult-crazy streets of L.A, you'll travel along with your band of plucky Rangers causing just about as much chaos as you solve. That's if you don't decide to march straight into Ranger HQ and...

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Preview: With the beta now out Chris Capel takes a look at the game trying to out-Fallout Fallout.

In the early years of the 21st Century, there once was a game known only as “Van Buren”. Its real name, the one it was intended to be released under, is perhaps more familiar: Fallout 3. Developed by the original Fallout team at Black Isle Studios, the game was set to be a top-down RPG with an advanced 3D graphics engine and turn-based combat. It was cancelled...

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Interview: We talk Wasteland 2 with the man behind the godfather of post-apocalyptic RPGs. Your brain just burst like an uncooked black pudding.

Since the early 2000s, Brian Fargo – the founder of Interplay, CEO of InXile and a driving force behind some of the most celebrated gaming titles of the 90s – had been comparatively quiet on the games front. During these years that he himself calls, ‘the dark ages of gaming’, it seems he spent a lot of time trying and failing to have intelligent conversations with large games publishers...