8451 Fallout 4
655 Fallout Shelter
I would love to see some New Vegas content in fallout shelter
To be completely honest why not rebuild bother fallout 3 and New Vegas with the modern engine and mechanics. Release them together and the fan will go wild.
Because that would be a huge undertaking to rerelease an old game rather than release something new. It will annoy a lot of players as well as they've already played it and some still play it.
259 Fallout Series
The problem with adding most songs is Fallout is a 1950's style of music and many people don't like that kind of music.
36 Fallout Lore
Canada had vault-tec vaults according to a note in Springdale in fallout 3
'Vagabond Blues' is Volume 1 of the Fan Fiction story of the 'Old Roads' about the adventures of Tuco Ramirez, the unfortunate 'Courier Six' assigned to deliver a mysterious platinum poker chip to the post apocalyptic biblical '[censored] of Babylon' called New Vegas. He awakes in a doctor's office lost somewhere in the big dirty of the Mojave Desert and leaves in search of answers and revenge for his 'execution' and the theft of the poker chip.
He travels the old highways guided at first by Lady Luck and later the double edged influence of a cursed combat knife called The Mongol. But as he progressed under the haphazard directions of these two he becomes an increasingly independent character styling himself on memories of the old prewar cartoons as the Looney Tune Wile E. Coyote in eternal pursuit of his arch 'meal to be' The Road Runner. The dialog and choices began to drive the story forward at an increasingly frantic pace with plenty of 'sass' about where he's to go and exactly what he's going to do when he gets there.
The story of 'Vagabond Blues' ends with Tuco at the Canyon Wreckage gateway to The Long Divide which story will be told in 'The Hitchhikers Guide to Armageddon', Volume 2 of 'Old Roads'. As the 'hitcher' through the Long Divide and beyond Tuco will find himself in the often unwanted possession of a schizophrenic Eye Bot; a fully 'locked and loaded' missile silo and the prospect of reaping a fortune in bottle caps as a dealer in nuclear weaponry or destruction; locked in combat in the urban streets and skyscrapers of dead cities with berserker war bands of feral ghouls , Death Claws and hunting packs of carnivorous 'Tunnelers; and a target for vengeance from a mysterious figure calling himself Ulysses claiming to come from his past to deal out retribution for crimes he has no recollection of committing.
'Old Roads' volumes 1 and 2 are available at the Dragonborne site, www.dragonborne.proboards.com which offers Fan Fiction windows into other Bethesda game worlds including Fallout 4, Morrowind and cross over Fan Fiction into Black Marsh and Elsweyr within the Morrowind game world. So feel free to kick off the cares of Real Life for a few hours and be a hero or heroine 'child of the wild' in one of the infinite worlds of the human imagination.