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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1277d ago | article

Fallout Shack: The Vault Archives of Mark Morgan

ThunderBolt: After many years spent dwelling in unavailable nothingness, the soundtracks to Fallout and Fallout 2 have now been available free of charge from The Aural Network since 2010. This collection, titled The Vault Archives, is a piece of gaming history which every self-respecting Fallout fan should posses. As written in a previous Fallout Shack, the soundtrack to the games is vital - should it become inaudible, the reinforced backbone of the games’ atmosphere disappears with it. (Fallout, PC)

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