Summary: now let me get one thing straight: I LOVE FALLOUT. both fallout and fallout2 run superbly on my system, however tactics wouldnt boot until i downloaded a mod to remove the disc check (which i think might be illegal) and fallout 2 had no music without a third party mod as well. once i got the music it was awesome and fallout tactics is kind of meh anyways so i can still recommend it but considering the DVD compilation one of the games requires what is basically an illegal...
Good games, just not as good as the current generation.
G. Farnsworth, Amazon
16 November 2013
Summary: These two games are pretty good. I'd give them 5 stars if it weren't for the fact that they are little old and don't compare well with later offerings, like Skyrim. Oblivion can get a bit boring, in my opinion. It's really hard to play after skyrim. I wish I had played oblivion first and then skyrim, but unfortunately skyrim has set my expectations really high for this type of game. Basically the action is not as exciting as it is in skyrim.
Summary: The Fallout Trilogy is an amazing set of games. Fallout 1 is one THE classic RPG's from the 90's and so is Fallout 2. A word of note for people coming in off of Fallout 3 and New Vegas, these are turn-based games with roughly Diablo 1 style graphics and play pretty differently. If you can say to yourself "OK, I'm sitting down to play a game from 1997/1998 I better bring my expectations back about a decade or so" then you will fall in love with the Trilogy.
Summary: just getting used to the game and enjoy playing. reminds me of the old zelda game but with a better plot, better fps, better treasures, better trading, better grafix and more places to visit. still working on finding or trading up to bigger better wepons.