Reviews and Problems with Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel
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13 October 2012
Summary: This was a really fun game. Most people were honestly irritated by the fact of this game being named "Brotherhood of Steel." Though its not canon it still does have a fallout feeling, just in its own way. Play the game because you like the wasteland feeling and fallout not for the futuristic weapons and advanced T-51b power armor. This game really evens you out with all the other NPC's which makes the game a lot more challenging.
Summary: While this game stays in the storyline of the fallout universe it is no where near the same category as any of the other fallout games. I am a huge fallout game player and even have the original Wasteland that started it all. Had FBOS been like wasteland, Fallout 1,2,3 or tactics I would have been delighted. Problem is FBOS is like none of these.
Summary: This game is an OK game (But not a Fallout turn base style game).The graphic's are decent.The story pretty good.The fun factor is average.The game it self has a few minor glitches but not to the point where it ruin's the fun.Also the camera could have been better.This game is pretty much a crappy Bauldur's Gate:Dark Alliance game with wanna be Fallout theme.So if you liked that game (Bauldur's Gate:Dark Alliance) you'll probably like this one..
Summary: Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel was a great game in a sense that you could choose 3 base characters and fight your way through rad scorpions, raiders, etc. with an array of weapons and armour. In comparison with other Fallout games, it was the best in the fighting part, but things that made it good were left out. Like choosing your skills and percent upgrades, and a larger array of weapons. The story was short, generally you can beat the game in about 8-9 hours.
Summary: Bei Fallout handelt es sich auf der PS2 letztlich um einen Baldurs Gate - Dark Alliance Clone im Fallout-Universum. Wer eine Alternative im Mad-Max ähnlichen Endzeitszenario sucht anstelle des Fantasy-Standards, wird ganz ordentlich bedient. Nicht nur ist das Spielsystem aber sehr simpel und borgt sich den Namen der legendären Pc-Reihe (wie schon Dark Alliance auch) nur aus marketingtechnischen Gründen - Fallout: BoS ist auch noch eine Ecke schlechter als das insgesamt...