Excerpt: The original Fallout game is definitely in the top 50 of all great video games which was developed by Interplay as an isometric adventure game set in post apocalyptic America which was ravaged by nuclear war. The best way to describe the original engine of Fallout was that it was similar to Diablo, however science fiction based.
Excerpt: 10 years. That is how long it has been since the last time anyone got to leave a certified Vaultec Vault. Going out into the wasteland for the first time is an unbelievable experience and truly indescribable. Many people have been worried about whether the franchise can still hold any weight or meaning after so long. Bethesda promised an amazing game when they announced that they were taking the license from Interplay and it is.
Excerpt: Some games aren’t for everyone, even if the game in question is an enormous, free-roaming, achingly detailed, non-linear role-playing romp through a wonderfully thought-out alternate reality future. Some games are either too hardcore in their focus on certain game elements and mechanics, leading to an inaccessible experience for most, while other games try to focus on too many elements at once and end up diluted, leading to an indecisive, washed out experience.
Summary: While gamers were spending hours upon hours exploring Oblivion , Bethesda was hard at work creating a game just as massive. The third title in the critically acclaimed Fallout series, Fallout 3 is further proof that Bethesda means business when it comes to creating deep games. It’s finally a game that post-apocalyptic fans can call their own.