Summary: First of all, I was a huge fan of the Dark Alliance Baldur's Gate and Champions of Norrath games that came out for Ps2 years ago. Then, more recently I got into the Fallout series, starting with 3, then NV, then 1, 2, and Tactics, but I still wanted more. I discovered this game and bought it knowing nothing about it other than it was some Fallout spin-off made by Interplay, the original owners of the Fallout series (and who also made Baldur's Gate.).
Summary: This game is under rated. Most Fallout fans don't like this game because of how differant it is from the origanal games, but that is all a matter of opinion. I'm a huge Fallout gan and this is a very good game I'd recomend it to new Fallout gamers and huge Fallout fans alike.
Summary: Once again I used to own this game. I will tell you all a secret **I bought this game for $30**. ssshhh dont tell anyone else though. Im partly ashamed I did. I only bothered because its a Fallout game and Im kind of a Fallout fanboy. It was a Fallout game so I had to have it. I will try to find some positives about this game, I will try. The story is serviceable at best and not any thing like the real Fallout games on pc. I doubt this game can even be considered canon.
Pros: Engaging story, Tight controls
Cons: Not enough content, Doesn't live up to expectations, Repetitive gameplay
Summary: As a fan of the original Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout: Tactics series, I'm biased to be inclined to like anything to do with the series. A friend of mine bought Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance, and though it was a great play for a few hours, it seemed to get old after so long. That's where Fallout: BOS is different.