Indie developer Christopher Bischoff has re-imagined Fallout 4 as an isometric, top-down RPG in the classic style, and it looks really, really good. I mean, I'm as excited for the first-person version as anyone, but this makes me feel a nostalgic desire to return to
Bischoff's studio The Brotherhood has just released point-and-click isometric horror, which he says was directly inspired by the early Fallout games.
"To celebrate the release of STASIS I wanted to do something special!". "Fallout was a HUGE influence on STASIS, even with Mark Morgan signing on to do the games beautiful soundtrack! Here is our take on FALLOUT 4 - keeping it in the original 2D Isometric view!"
Stasis itself is a smart, atmospheric little game that's currently available at 20% offuntil September 7. Check out a trailer below.