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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:01pm 17/09/12 | 1 Comments
Fan Films could be seen as a 10 cent piece a dozen (hey, we live in Australia and don't use dimes), but there are only handfuls per homage that tend to stand out, and despite all the passion in the world, there's nothing better than seeing your favourite source material handled with stylish aplomb.

The likes of this Half-Life one, or this amazing Street Fighter flick come to mind, as does the hilarious (if overly long) NukaBreak Fallout entry, but by and large, finding something worth its salt is pretty tough, which is why we're hoping the Aussie team working on their own Fallout: New Vegas narrative spin, titled Fallout: Lanius, can not only deliver something of the same quality as those exampled above, but outdo them.

We spoke with Fallout: Lanius director and head-honcho, Wade K. Savage, about his ambitious project which is currently seeking crowd-funding, with a $10K goal. Click here for the full Quick Chat.

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Posted 04:12pm 17/9/12
Wade K. Savage is an awesome name
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