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Bethesda's Big Fallout Save, According to Chris Avellone

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The godfather of Fallout thinks Bethesda didn't just save the series; they took it to a whole new level. Get your popcorn ready.

Renowned game designer Chris Avellone, known for his work on Fallout 2 and New Vegas, has shared the first part of his review on the Fallout TV series. In his review, Avellone delves into common perceptions surrounding the series' evolution and offers his unique insights.

Avellone believes that Bethesda's involvement was a game-changer for Fallout, suggesting that the franchise reached new heights under their stewardship. He argues that had Interplay retained the rights, the games would likely have been significantly more modest in scope and ambition.

In addition, Avellone feels that Bethesda's games did not significantly stray from the franchise canon. He points out that divergences from the original lore were more pronounced in titles like Fallout 2 and the console game Brotherhood of Steel.

The Avellone Insight

According to Avellone, any changes Bethesda made are far less drastic than those seen in earlier titles. He seems to appreciate Bethesda's nuanced handling of the series, implying that their efforts breathed new life into Fallout.

Closing Thoughts

It's clear that Avellone holds Bethesda in high regard for their stewardship of the Fallout series. For fans and critics alike, his review offers a compelling perspective on how Bethesda has both honored and evolved the Fallout legacy.

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