Video Game | Action, Adventure, Drama
Centuries following nuclear war, a teen leaves the safety of an underground vault in order to find their father, who left in hopes of creating a water purifier.
A lot of the quests names are also the names of 50s songs
Young Wally Mack:
Amata has more chins than a Chinese phonebook.
In the return to Vault 101 quest, the Overseer refers to your character as a man, even if it is a female.
In the Japanese version of the game, the "Fat Man" mini-nuke launcher was renamed the "Nuks-Launcher". This was done because the bomb the United States dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima was nicknamed Fat Man.