Fallout 3 locations project
| || 關於輻射4地點，參見傲漫出版集團(輻射4)。|
|“||From their headquarters in Washington DC, Hubris Comics announced today plans to bring a beloved American Icon into the Hubris Comics Universe - none other than the beloved Vault Boy Character.||”|
在出版社有一台电脑上有一个文字小游戏“Reign of Grelok (beta)”；
- Tales of a Junktown Jerky Vendor 在接待室终端旁的货架上
- 战前书籍 - 接待室外的书架上
- Grognak the Barbarian -印刷室疯狂的Johnny Wes房间的电脑边上，注：这本书在你和疯狂的Johnny Wes交火后，可能会掉到地板上。
- 量子型核口可乐 - 在疯狂的Johnny Wes所在地区的隔离墙到工作台之间。
- 战前书籍 - 疯狂的Johnny Wes对面东南角落的地图（一个小房间），在书架上，书架下方有两个急救包。
- Scoped .44 Magnum in the printing room under the stairs in the northeastern corner, next to some ammo and a skeleton.
- Most toilets in the building are electrified.
- Looking through the GECK, it appears that there was a plan at one point to print out The Wasteland Survival Guide at the presses in Hubris comics, but this was removed.
- A terminal entry at Our Lady of Hope Hospital mentions that a Richard Maynard Watson, employee of Hubris Comics, had to be admitted by some of his colleagues after one of the press machines malfunctioned, spraying hot steam and caustic chemicals into his face and hands and thereby causing severe burns and nerve damage.
- In the foreman's office where Mad Johnny Wes is located, the door of the office merges with the set of filing cabinets against the wall, but will close normally (confirmed on PC, PS3 and Xbox).
- If the Mad Johnny Wes' turrets are deactivated by the terminals in the foreman's office, and the printing press is activated then shut down, the turrets will turn back on and fire at the player.
- The feral ghouls occasionally appear friendly and will not fight.
- In the foreman's office the door can send a Nuka-Cola Quantum back behind the filing cabinets. (confirmed on Xbox 360)
Behind the scenes编辑
- The Grelok computer game is a homage to text-based adventure games first made popular the 1980s on the Commodore 64 (among others): They were text-only parsers, where the user typed in commands to perform actions. They were extensive in scale, requiring the the user to create detailed 'pen and paper' maps. The best known were published by Infocom: The Zork series, Planetfall, and Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. These evolved into "Multi-User Dungeon" games now known as MUDs.
- Mr. Moorellis is a portmanteau of the names of the famous comic book writers Alan Moore and Warren Ellis.
- The hack writer Neptura is a reference to hack writer Marto Neptura in issue 6 of Alan Moore's comic Promethea.
- The terminal in the reception area lists the release date for a "Drake Tungsten, Chrono-Cowboy" comic. Drake Tungsten is a reference to a host segment from the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode "Hercules Against the Moon Men".