Watch the teaser trailer for this fan-made New Vegas film, Fallout: Lanius

Fallout: New Vegas

By on November 27, 2012 at 7:38 pm

I just played Fallout: New Vegas for the first time not too long ago, so with that fresh in the mind, this project is exciting to me. Fallout: Lanius is a fan-made live-action film that’s going to tell us a little bit more about one of New Vegas’ villains, the Legate known as Lanius.

Having burst out of their IndieGoGo goal by a couple of thousand dollars, and… huh. Wow, stop the presses. This is a Perth-based project, you guys! I assumed it was American, but it is being made right here in the city that I live in. That is awesome. Ha, I even know the concept artist, he worked in a games studio here in Perth. How can I have never heard of this!

…anyway, they had an IndieGoGo goal of $10,000 and have completely smashed through that, but they still have a week left on the project. The film itself is due in 2013, but here is a teaser trailer for you to look at! Check it out, drop a couple of bucks on it if it looks like something you could get into. I know I will!

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I actually quite enjoy the fallout fan movies, I absolutely love Fallout: Nuka Break, you can find it on Youtube and it is hilarious. It’s a really well done fan series of Fallout.

 

Nuka break was great. This looks awesome too. The fallout universe would be a great idea for a TV series.

 

Aww yeah, go go W.A. boys.

 

Worst. Video. Ever.

 
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