Summary: people said this game was like borderlands wow talk about being wrong big time this game had me lost for hours on some of the quests you can also mess up your progression if you kill someone you are not suppose to or that is how it had me thinking not a whole lot of enemy's either despite how i feel about this game being junk to borderlands it is worth 9-15 bucks but i would not fool with the extra content
Summary: Im not a huge Fallout fan. I never really got into it. The graphics arent the best, but graphics dont make a good game. The gameplay is good to be honest. It is kinda boring though to me, and Id rather have people buy Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion. I played it for about an hour to be exact and I didnt really get into the whole story or concept of the game. Id prefer Oblivion, but if you'd rather use guns instead of swords and sheilds then this is a game for you.
Summary: I really hated this game because it wasn't really so much fun because you didn't get the best weapons, ran out of ammo very quickly, and barely had anything to shoot/kill besides when you got attacked by raiders when walking to far away places which pretty much took about 20 minutes and than only 5 minutes of doing something fun before again walking somewhere for 20 minutes. After you got through about half the game, you actually start having more fun.
Summary: Fallout is like a movie that's ten times longer than it should be. You max out your experience level in the first third of the game, making it pointless to kill / hack / sell / do *anything* more than necessary. Plus everything is brown. Yes, the setting is post apocalyptic nuclear war -- but does everything have to be brown? Even in hi-def, brown still looks brown! I definitely recommend Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion, from the same creators, as a far superior alternative.
Summary: I was truly looking forward to this game expecting an Oblivion type of game and I wasn't disappointed in that sense. I have never played the other Fallout titles but from my understanding the company that originally made them went out of business so Bethesda took over the 3rd version. I believe they rushed this version out on the market without correcting the technical flaws of the game. The game locks up way too often and during different times.
Summary: Ok first I LOVE Fallout 3's gameplay! It is a highly addictive and incredibly fun game. Sadly though this is all ruined by the ungodly amount of bugs that are rampant in the game. From bugs that will crash your whole system and prevent you from even being able to complete the game, to bugs that cause NPC's to just randomly disappear its awful. The game has been out for almost 2 months now and as of yet all Bethesda will say about the bugs is "we know of the issues".
Summary: This game is very well put together, its like oblivion on steroids. I like many aspects of the game, the interface is much improved from oblivion. The graphics and fetch quests are as good as they can be. I liked the beginning of the game but that's as far as i got. I did not like the instant transport back to towns that you had already been to, it broke the sense of reality, at least in a game world, which i thought they were trying to present.
Summary: Fallout 3 is set in a post-nuclear USA where you have lived all your life in a protective vault, until now... From the makers of Oblivion and Skyrim, so, as you expect, the completely open world environment is good (if a little bleak and repetitive) and there is the main quest, various faction quests and lots of little side quests for various characters you meet on the way.
Summary: For £10 this game is an Absolute steal. The map is ginormous, and you can do a lot in the game. I would recommend this game if you like games like Skyrim and Oblivion. However I found that this game is hard to get into and I prefer Skyrim and oblivion myself and that's why I didn't give it 4 stars.