Summary: these two games are amazing oblivion is an ok game with op enemys but fallout 3 is the real treasure here the only reason this is four stars is it is impossable to install on windows 8 and is difficult to install on windows 7 but gameplay for both is increadible
Summary: Keep in mind -- this is an older game. Be prepared to modify the file folders in order to make it compatible with your (current/up-to-date) OS. There are plenty of sites and forums to help you do this, so don't worry. Overall: fun and (in my opinion) essential games.
Summary: I love this game. I played many times on my 360, and I still think buying a new copy with all of the DLC for less than $7 is well worth the price. The only reason that I did not give it 5 stars is because I had to do some tweaking to my computer in order for the game to run properly.
Summary: awesome dipped in awesome sauce. the Questing is good because there is no white or black, but varied shades of grey. You cannot be "good" without having to do some "bad" and you cannot be "bad" without having to do some "good",
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.
Summary: Needless to say, the gameplay is fantastic. But nine times out of ten, it will fail to open up again after being minimized. I get a lot of update notifications, so unless I save every five seconds, it's almost impossible to progress.