Fallout

The Fallout franchise started out as a turn based RPG with a top down perspective. Two major game releases were made in this format with a mysterious third game that was in development but never saw the light of day.

The Fallout IP was bought by Bethesda Softworks and after the success of Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, they released Fallout 3. The format had changed to a 1st/3rd person open world RPG with real time gameplay. The turn based system was replaced with a system of slowing down time known as VATs.

The franchise had several successful releases until the launch of Fallout 76 which was a technical disaster and was met with harsh critical response from gamers and critics. While attempts were made to improve the game, Fallout 76 failed to gain any respect from gamers and fans of the franchise.


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Screws make up the trifecta of crafting in Fallout 76. Screws, springs and gears are items that are very frequently found together in mechanical items…
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Fallout 76

It's the end of the world as we know it! The end of the world is not all doom and gloom however. Fallout 76 is a unique experience in the Fallout franchise from Bethesda as it is the first game that is focussed in providing an online experience. Fallout 76 is more like an MMO RPG, just not quite as massive in terms of players in a single map. Fallout…
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Fallout 76 Survival Guide

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Fallout 76 is the first entry in the Fallout franchise to be heavily geared to online gameplay. With an online world, players have less control over the difficulty of the game compared to how it was in the past. Since...
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Fallout Clan Name Generator

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Fallout 76 is the first game in the franchise to feature online functionality. Players can join up and play together. Taking on random events or playing through the entire story mode with a team of up to three people. This...
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Screw Farming Guide

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Screws make up the trifecta of crafting in Fallout 76. Screws, springs and gears are items that are very frequently found together in mechanical items but also required in most crafting blueprints to be used together.  This guide will show...
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Spring Farming Guide

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Springs are another crafting component in Fallout 76 that exists in high amounts but due to the fact that they are a key ingredient in lots of weapons, armour, mods and various other crafting items, you will find yourself needing...
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Fertilizer Farming Guide

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Fertilizer is a crafting component in Fallout 76 that can be used in the creation of chems and explosives. Another very common use is for farming. In order to grow crops at your own CAMP, you will need to use...
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Rubber Farming Guide

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Rubber is a relatively common crafting component in Fallout 76 that can be obtained fairly easy from junk materials. Finding large amounts at once is not too easy, however. This guide will show you some of the best ways to...
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Cloth Farming Guide

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Cloth is a material that is so common that you are likely to overlook the need to gather it during the early stages of the game. It can be used for creating various clothing and some furniture. Since most of...
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Lead Farming Guide

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Lead is a metal that is commonly used for blocking radiation. This property has also been extended into the world of Fallout 76. Lead can be used when crafting armor as a means to boost radiation resistance. This is a...
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Gear Farming Guide

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Gears are a common crafting component in Fallout 76. While they are very common and can be found in a large number of very common items, you will find you can sometimes run out. Gears are often needed for many...
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Gold Farming Guide

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Gold is one of those items that we all know is valuable but has no idea what good it is to us. Is good just worth selling for caps or can it be used for other things? Most people won't...