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The number of Fallout players increased considerably after the series
The number of Fallout players increased considerably after the series

First impressions of Fallout


First impressions of Fallout
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With its premiere scheduled for the 11th and brought forward to today, April 10th, at Prime Videothe series based on the game Fallout arrives in a wave of good adaptations based on game franchises. O Animewik had early access to the series’ episodes and in this text we will talk about our first impressions of the Fallout live-action series.

The series is produced by Amazon MGM Studios and from Kilter Films in association with the Bethesda Game Studios It is Bethesda Softworks. Jonathan Nolan It is Lisa Joy are responsible for the executive production of Kilter Films as part of its global agreement with Amazon. Nolan directs the first three episodes of this epic series. Geneva Robertson-Dworek and Graham Wagner are the executive producers, writers and showrunners of Fallout. Athena Wickham of Kilter Films is also executive producing alongside Todd Howard of Bethesda Game Studios and James Altman of Bethesda Softworks.

The “Fallout” games take place in a world where the future imagined by Americans in the late 1940s actually happens due to a nuclear war in 2077. The first game was released in 1997 and the prequel game Fallout 76 was released in 2018.

Fallout Synopsis

Based on the best-selling video game franchise of all time, Fallout It is the story of the haves and the have-nots, in a world where there is almost nothing to have. 200 years after the apocalypse, the peaceful inhabitants of luxurious anti-nuclear refuges are forced to return to the hellish world full of radiation that their ancestors left behind and are surprised to discover that an incredibly complex, joyfully strange and very violent universe awaits them.

Boldness is the word we can use to define what we can expect from the first season of Fallout. The series is bold in the way it tells its story, it is bold in its charismatic characters and it is bold in bringing a scale of production that could be at the same level of quality or higher than Halo and The Last of Us.

It’s nothing new that the live-action series Fallout It has an original story, but it is this originality that makes the live-action film gain its own language, without losing the sarcastic essence that the games in the franchise have. Those who don’t know anything about the franchise’s games can rest assured, as the series uses the apocalyptic theme well and brings a story approach that is very interesting and dynamic. For fans of the games, there are several references that directly refer to things from the games on which the series was based. In addition to sarcasm, violence ends up being widely used within the story. There are more graphic moments, but nothing that becomes exaggerated gore.

For a good story to be told, its characters need to have good charisma. The cores initially presented in the series have a natural and unique type of charisma and their central characters are included in this. Through the charisma of these central characters it is possible for the viewer to make their choices, including choices that are questionable. The highlight goes to actors Ella Purnell and Aaron Moten, who managed to deliver a lot of their characters in the first episode.

To attract attention, the first episode of Fallout demonstrated a grandeur in production that can be equated with films with a good budget. During the first episode, many scenes with different internal settings are used. There is also a lot of use of CG in some scenes for vehicles or mechanical beings, but the high level of production quality is commendable. The editing of the episode is extremely dynamic, with very busy scenes and a sarcastic tone of humor in one nucleus and something more depressive in another. This is largely due to the style of music in the track, which uses music themes (I think) from the 50s and songs set in a military tone.

As stated at the beginning, the series of Fallout It’s bold and I hope your season maintains this boldness throughout its episode. Remembering that the premiere of the series was brought forward to April 10th and its eight episodes can be watched on Prime Video.

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