Fallout 3 User Reviews
Open World, go anywhere, do anything as soon as you leave the Vault
Melee weapons and ranged weapons
13 skills to upgrade upon each level up
Switch freely between 1st and 3rd person with the press of a single button
Fantastic single-player experience
Brilliant dark and gritty atmosphere
A lot of Gray, much what you'd expect after a Nuclear war
Enemies re-spawn after a certain amount of time passes, allowing you to go back and kill them again and again.
Your own house to store your gear
Many many quests
Voice cast lead by Liam Neeson(Star Wars, Taken)
Very buggy, so much so that in rare cases, people weren't even able to play the game.
Very stiff and outdated engine
Limited number of voice actors - you'll almost certainly find 7 or 8 people with the same voice
Fallout as a series is actually quite old. Although this is only game number 3(There have been spin-offs, however) the franchise reaches back to the brink of 20 years. This is the first game in the series made by Bethesda. Much hype and excitement was generated among the Fallout die hards when a new Fallout game was announced. At a time when First Person Shooters were beginning to dominate the sales, there was a fear amongst the faithful that Fallout 3 would just be another mediocre FPS.
This wasn't the case. Far from it. Bethesda created a game with a good blend of First Person Shooter and...
The vault door groans to life and rolls open. You have just enough time to say a heartfelt goodbye before security is on your ass. A small tunnel lies ahead of you and at the end you can see light peering in through the doors cracks. You open it and step out into the world for the first time in your life. The sun is blinding. Your eyes aren’t use to the intensity of the natural light but they soon adjust, and you begin to make sense of your surroundings. You think you can make out an old radio broadcast tower against the horizon but it’s impossible to tell from this distance. You know you s...
Fallout 3 is in a class of its own. It is a phenomenal game and although it has some faults, this game is worth the buy and is one of the best games I have ever played.
Fallout 3 is a stand-alone game, you don't need to play the first two to understand what's going on. Although I would have liked to see some Fallout or Fallout 2 references, I guess it is a good thing that Bethesda did this.
The game is set in a post-apocalyptic dystopia where the United States of America and the Peoples Republic of China have a Great War and, according to a character in Fallout 2, "7.54 billion people ...
Great Detail and Graphics
Amusing and Entertaining
Endless Options of playing
A must-have Roleplay game
Neat connections to reality
Some hard trophies
Somewhat scary (don't laugh!)
Bugs at some points
Well. I got this game for Christmas in 2008. I played through the first bit and never touched it. Scared the living hell out of me. But I picked it up in about July, and I can't stop playing it. Here's why.
Starting off, the game will feel odd and foreign to you. But over time, you get used to every part of it. My first point is the in-depth gameplay. This game goes above and beyond. There are ton's of ways you can take out enemies, ways to play the game, skills to expertise, and choices to make. Throughout the game you can choose different weapons, different tactics and different choices. W...
If Bethesda has ever had a project in the works that could rival the multi-award winning behemoth that is The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout 3 is it. The previous titles in the series hadn’t been as anticipated or well known as the third instalment, in fact a great majority of post-Oblivion Bethesda fans probably hadn’t heard of Fallout. The first two instalments of the series were still RPGs, but more of the conventional kind; its trademarks being the turn based combat and the Birdseye view over the character. However, Fallout 3 is the same as previous titles at heart but adapted to a...
Fallout 3 is filled with a lot of good, but everyone sees it differently, and what I think is good about the game, others may think is bad (and vice versa):
Like any game - there is some bad on it. But not much luckily enough.
I was given Fallout 3 as a Christmas present and I wasn't too sure what to expect from the game as it was the first Fallout I'd played, and I had never really been big about role playing games. The only RPG game I liked before Fallout was Final Fantasy VII. I had heard good things about the game and it turned out to be excellent.
When I started off, it was a bit weird but I expected that from my lack of experience with RPG games. The controls took a while to get use to but once I got use to it, it was really good. The game wasn't really like most other shooting games I had played, but I thin...
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