‘Fallout: Nuka Break-Red Star’, the Fan Film with Developer Input!

When I showcased and shared with friends the fan films dedicated to Sonic The Hedgehog, Mega Man, Tomb Raider, Street Fighter, Metal Gear Solid and Tetris (yes, even Tetris), many of those projects were done without input from the people who developed and created those games.  However, then you have a case like Wayside Creations’ “Fallout: Nuka Break—Red Star”, which had “creative input” from Fallout developers like Tim Cain (‘Fallout‘ & ‘Fallout 2‘) and Chris Avellone (‘Fallout 2,’ the cancelled ‘Fallout 3’ a.k.a. ‘Van Buren,’ & ‘Fallout: New Vegas‘).  ‘Nuka Break’ started as a stand-alone fan film that evolved into a full-fledged web series (WATCH HERE) and soon Machinima Prime will release the follow-up web series, ‘Red Star’ in the coming weeks.

The films contain a little of everything from the beloved series: the recognizable armor, traders, and the super mutants. It’s easy to find that this was a passion project from Fallout fans and developers, but this film is more grittier than the games, though it contain a smidge of the traditional Fallout humor we fans know and love. It’s gotta have some dark and serious tone, right; it IS a post-nuclear world, after all…

You can check out BOTH fan films from Wayside Creations — ‘Fallout: Nuka Break’ & ‘Fallout: Nuka Break-Red Star’ — and the trailer to the new ‘Red Star’ web series right here, and GET HYPED UP!!!:

The original ‘Fallout: Nuka Break’ (2011)

‘Fallout: Nuka Break – Red Star’ (2013)

‘Fallout: Nuka  Break – Red Star’ Web Series Trailer (2013)


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