Monthly Archives: April 2012

RCR Episode 26: April 2012

Panelists: Earl Evans (Hosting), David Greelish and Carrington Vanston


Old Computer Commercials:

Retro Computing Gift Ideas:

Current Auctions:

Intro / Closing Song: Back to Oz by John X – link

Show audio files hosted by CyberEars


Speaking of Fallout…

Fallout: Nuka Break started as a fan film that then launched a 6-episode web series. It has terrific production values and great call-backs to the Fallout and Wasteland games.

The series is a big bag of fun. It’s about a former Vault 10 Dweller, a former slave, and a not-so-former ghoul who wander the wasteland (ha ha!) of the world of Fallout looking for adventure. Well, actually, they’re looking for Nuka-Cola; adventure just comes with the territory.

The series creators are hoping to fund a second season through a Kickstarter campaign. So if you dig Season 1 and want to see more, you might want to toss a couple of bottle caps their way. [Update: They have reached their funding goals, so Season 2 is official a go.]

So grab a cold bottle of your favorite Dazzling Blue beverage, and enjoy a Nuka Break.

Fallout is free at Good Old Games today

Do you like retrocomputing games? Of course you do.

Do you like the Fallout series (except Tactics)? Of course you do (except Tactics).

Ah, but do you know that the first Fallout game is free today on the Good Old Games site? Of course you … hey, where did you go?

Oh, I see: you’ve already clicked away from this blog and have rushed over to to download your totally free, totally legal copy of Fallout.

I don’t blame you one bit. (I don’t blame you eight bits, either.)