Tecmo, initially a supplier of cleaning equipment and now best known for Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive, was founded on this day in 1967!
Kick down the door and open fire against some raiders.
OH BOY... Here it comes!
Tandi, one of the game's many NPCs
Who's your mama!
One on one brawl with the raider leader (called shots to the groin help alot).
Junktown. Land of a thousand... pieces of junk.
Gizmo's casino. Not much of a criminal empire, but it's a start.
A little organized murder for a fistful of bottlecaps
Man with a gun
How much for the cow?
Cuisine morality after The Bomb
Necropolis, city of the walking dead
BOS, Come on! let me in!!!
Human, I mean iguana on a stick?
Exploring underground caverns in search of lost technology.
Radioactive ghouls having some visitors for dinner.
Cool a Mt Dew River!
Game over man, game over!
An alien spaceship, once of many special random encounters
So tell me about leather?
The heavily armed Brotherhood of Steel makes short work of some desert raiders.
BBQ... YUM I love BBQ.
No more mister master
Deathclaws, the meanest creatures in the wasteland
The Master's Lieutenant
Me and my party vs. the Lieutenant
The Vats which spawn the Super Mutant threat
The Cathedral. These guys worship The Bomb? That can't be good.
Talking to a spy inside the Cathedral.
Praise the Master and pass the ammo!
The Master explains his plans for the fate of mankind. Visionary or madman? You decide.
Decisive battle: The Vault Dweller and friends vs. The Master of the Super Mutants
The famous reference to "Bambi Meets Godzilla", the animated short from 1969.
Pip boy's map screen
Outside of "The Glow"
Meeting with the Elders of The Brotherhood of Steel.
Deep beneath "The Glow".
Raiding the fridge.
The British version of the game shows children as adults though they're still referred to as children.
Dr. Wu's got a bad case of potty-mouth.
Quick Help: Game controls is always the most direct way to give the player an idea of the game play.
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