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Fallout 4’s voice recording has officially wrapped and there’s a ton of it.
According to Bethesda Game Studios' official Twitter, more than 111,000 lines have been recorded and that’s more lines than Fallout 3 and Skyrim had combined.
Many years of #Fallout4 voice recording complete! Just over 111k lines. More than Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim combined.
Anchor Though very different, each of the four haunting novellas in Mary Gordon's introspective The Liar's Wife (Anchor, 283 pp., $15.95) plumbs the complexities of human emotion. In the titular piece, an aging woman sips wine serenely, outside on a
Here, in the city that hosts the Anisfield-Wolf awards, the message of Black Lives Matter has particular urgency, as the probe into the fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice remains unresolved and the city prepares to comply with a Justice Department consent decree designed to address how police interact with citizens and when they use force.