I've always wondered what Fallout would be like in the hands of a Japanese studio, and I'm surely not alone in pondering such a concept. This official demake is a glimpse into what that could be like -- just on a much smaller scale.
Even if you are unable to read the text, it's worth tinkering with for a few minutes. Fallout 3 players will recognize some familiar locations and characters, and that alone is worth the precious link click.
I tried to get Dale to post this, since he can actually tell what's going on, but he isn't familiar enough with Fallout. Someone, please, get us a translation guide.
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