Saturday, July 8, 2017

Singer sues 'Fallout 4' publisher over use of a classic song

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The Fallout game series is legendary for its use of music to set the post-apocalyptic mood, but it might have been a little too eager when creating the tone for Fallout 4. Singer Dion DiMucci has sued Fallout‘s publisher, ZeniMax, for allegedly using his 1961 hit “The Wanderer” for ads without verifying that he approved of the content. The artist contends that ZeniMax didn’t bother honoring contract terms that let him refuse the use of his song in the promos, which he finds “morally indefensible.” He’s not objecting to the game itself — rather, it’s that the ads glorify the protagonist’s violence “as sport” instead of focusing on the “struggle for survival.” Clearly, he’s not a fan of seeing his cherished, upbeat pop song playing as someone guns down mutants.

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