Picture of the Day

I came upon this poignantly sad gravestone in Fallen Earth... it's little touches like these that tell a greater story

I came upon this poignantly sad gravestone in Fallen Earth... it's little touches like these that tell a greater story

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11 thoughts on “Picture of the Day

  1. Definitely touching, but a little odd as well. I guess it could be a clone that keeps coming back to place new ones there.

    Are you planning any overview writeups on your opinion of FE? I’ve been trying to decide if I want to pick it up (in stores tomorrow). It appeals to me on several levels; post-apoc setting, classless and skill based, currently single world. Though, I think the single world is probably due to lack of people?

    It has been tough getting useful information on FE. Lots of press/reviews on Aion, but not nearly as much on FE. Which is to be expected based on the relative player base sizes.

  2. @ Ryver – Well I’ve been talking about FE quite a bit lately, if you scan back through the blog. There’s quite a few people running around, and a real sense of a sleeper hit for this studio.

  3. Ahh, geez. As if the Pamela Redpath quest isn’t bad enough, now Fallen Earth are getting in on the tear jerking action, too? Can’t we just have a little wanton destruction, mayhem & slaughter, and leave it at that? Do we really need vigilant teddy bears and tri-sected dolls?

  4. Fallen Earth does not do itself a favor with the bad tutorial and the steeper learning curve, but oh is it worth sticking in there. I love the game more each time I play.

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