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Posted on Friday, April 20 @ 22:30:13 PST by Duke_Ferris
The Fallout 3 boards are open over at Bethesda, and the mass rush of the curiously optimistic has invaded. Chatter, both thoughtful and mindless, abounds.

But it was a thread entitled "Romance in Fallout 3?" that caught my eye. And it is full of endless speculation of sex after the end of the world. Fallout 2 had sex, prostitution, and pornography in the game (all offscreen) and next gen possibilities are yet to be determined.

But if you really want to talk post-nuclear sex, those people should all check out the cult movie A Boy And His Dog. Based on a Harlan Ellison short story, the movie stars a young Don Johnson roaming the apocalyptic wasteland with his telepathic dog, and looking for women to rape.

***SPOILERS TO FOLLOW***

He meets a girl who teaches him the meaning of love, and rescues him from a bizarre vault-dwelling cult that held him captive. However, his dog is hungry, so he kills her and feeds her to the dog. The End.

Put that in your Fallout 3 and smoke it. Because that's what i want to be able to do. One of the amazing things about Fallout 2 was all thegood or evilchoices you could make. It was even more open than GTA in many ways, and it's part of what made the series great.




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