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Genre: Adventure, Indie, Role-playing (RPG), Strategy, Turn-based strategy (TBS)

Platforms: Mac, Linux, Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4

Versions: See 3 more versions of this game

Wasteland 2 is the sequel to 1988's Wasteland, developed by inXile and funded by the fans.

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RoleplayeR
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Alright 80%

God, this game is good. When I backed this at kickstarter I was doubtful if they can deliver on a promise of an old-school-ish RPG in a setting everybody loves (if you didn't play Wasteland, you must've played at least some of the Fallouts!) in this age. And yet they delivered fully. This game to my taste played exactly like fallout 1 or 2 with maybe a little more fighting focus then I'd want, but that's ok. The setting, while being so familiar ... Read More

Storyline

The game is set in an alternate history timeline, in which a nuclear holocaust took place in 1998 in relation to an impact event involving a cluster of meteors that sparked a global nuclear war. On the day of the cataclysm, a company of U.S. Army Engineers were in the desolate southwestern desert constructing bridges in an area with a number of small survivalist communities and a newly constructed federal death row prison with light industrial facilities. The soldiers sought shelter in the prison, expelled the inmates and invited nearby survivalists to join them shortly thereafter. Years later, together they formed "the Desert Rangers, in the great tradition of the Texas and Arizona Rangers", to help other survivors in the desert and beyond it.