Boogie Wasteland

By Alec Meer on November 27th, 2008 at 11:11 am.

My affection for Fallout 3 just increased tenfold:

Boogie!

If you are super-sensitive to such things, there’s a possibility this includes a couple of really minor location spoilers. I honestly don’t think there’s anything in this that’ll truly impact your F3 experience (bar wishing its NPCs really were this funktastic), but Angry Spoiler Men should consider themselves warned.

Thanks to Homunculus for pointing this out.

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38 Comments »

  1. Biscuitry says:

    Dancing makes every game better. Although I now want to know how it was done…

  2. cHeal says:

    WOW, that is actually really really good.

  3. Ian says:

    That. Rules.

  4. JJ says:

    incredible!

  5. SeanR says:

    Truly, truly inspired…..

    :D love it!

  6. Bas says:

    I don’t like Fallout 3, but this rules.

  7. pauleyc says:

    Excellent.

  8. dufake says:

    The animation is ported from Obvilion.

    Modding rocks.

    I can’t believe those developers who are saying no modding tools.

  9. Aftershock says:

    Man. I want to play through all my games with the NPC’s dancing around like this.

    Trying to be intimidated by a moonwalking Breen. The possibilitys are endless.

  10. Nuyan says:

    First time the animations in Fallout 3 actually look really good.

  11. The Klugman Revolution says:

    Angry Spoiler Men

    Sheesh.

  12. Magic Toast says:

    My Thursday morning is so much better now :-D

  13. Real Horrorshow says:

    I love Fallout 3, and this rules.

  14. Flint says:

    You should write an article about the essential Fallout 3 mods at some point, after they’ve started to appear.

    This vid is amazing, by the way.

  15. Noc says:

    Break it down, Wastelanders.

    Break it down.

  16. Rei Onryou says:

    Awe. Some.

    If only that really did exist without modding.

  17. squerl says:

    Thanks for the warning, I am an Angry Spoiler Man.

  18. psyk says:

    If you want to know how its done a good starting point is to click on the vid and read the description which says among other things

    MODS Used:
    Umpa’s Animation MOD
    Smith & Wesson Model 29 v1.0
    BrownEulogysSuit1 – By: vampirecosmonaut
    killableChildrenVer1-376 – By: Neclipse
    GoreTweaks – By: Mushroom Cloud
    Ghoul&Children playable – By: Yoshikinakota

  19. Tei says:

    * SPOILER*
    Is that a forest DRUID? with trees behind and stuff…
    * SPOILER*

  20. Tei says:

    @dufake: Fear not!, nothing stop a true modder, other than school homework, a GF/wife or a fulltime job. But other than that, NOTHING!. If the developer don’t provide a tool, and data is encripted, there are tools like Hex Editors, and stuff!, If the OS don’t have Hex Editors, the modder will download then from the Internet!. Nothing!, I say.

  21. Alex McLarty says:

    No dancing Harold.

    Unhappy.

  22. Conquests.of. says:

    Homunculus?

    Was He trying to spell Humongous but his memory failed?

  23. dozer1986 says:

    re Homunculus – I recon it means something in Latin but have no idea what.

  24. Jim Rossignol says:

    This video is the best thing that has happened this year.

  25. Thiefsie says:

    If this were a music video I’d buy it and watch it 24 hours a day on MTV

  26. Chris R says:

    That tune is really catchy, lol. That’s a great video… I want to see the TF2 chars dancing around like this now. And the L4D zombies… :)

  27. DigitalSignalX says:

    Awesome vid! It’s missing Fawkes though, perhaps super mutants don’t have soul :(

  28. Satsuz says:

    @ Chris R:
    Thriller: L4D Edition?

  29. Jocho says:

    Someone should make an post-apocalypse dancing game!

    The tricky part will be explaining the dancing. ^^

  30. Dominic White says:

    Jocho: Easy. An FEV (Funk Evolution Virus) outbreak.

  31. Tei says:

    @Dominic White: Geez. guys.. it already exist, is called Tarantella. and is italian virus that make people dance.

  32. Tei says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarantella

    A convulsion infuriated the human frame….Entire communities of people would join hands, dance, leap, scream, and shake for hours….Music appeared to be the only means of combating the strange epidemic…lively, shrill tunes, played on trumpets and fifes, excited the dancers; soft, calm harmonies, graduated from fast to slow, high to low, prove efficacious for the cure.[3]

  33. airshom says:

    It’s airshom! Hey thanks everybody! Hoped you enjoyed the video!!

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