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Games that defined this Generation – Fallout 3

With the close of the current console generation fast approaching, we at the overseas connection are taking time to look back and relive some of those seminal 7th generation experiences. As I look back at the last eight years of gaming, one game stands out among the hundreds that really defined this generation, Fallout 3.

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thegamefanatics1154d ago

Fallout was an amazing game.

Vip3r1154d ago

Sure was. Wish New Vegas was as good. Too many bug and to me anyway, it didn't feel the same.

Blacktric1154d ago

"Wish New Vegas was as good."

This was sarcastic... Right?

Roccetarius1154d ago

What exactly did Fallout 3 define this generation?

Canary1154d ago

Hm... interesting concept marred by mediocre execution, poor writing, and a painfully stupid ending? That's pretty indicative of this generation.

EazyC1154d ago

I picked it up on the day it came out, knowing little to nothing about it other than fantastic reviews, which made it so much sweeter. Leaving that vault for the first time.... THE moment of this-gen for me.

ANIALATOR1361154d ago

for me, fantasic story. Loved the Elder Scrolls style gameplay. The only thing that let it down was the PS3 version which kept pausing when someone popped online or crashed altogether. Other than that it was one of the best mutiplatform experiences I've ever had the pleasure to play

T21154d ago

Yes leaving the vault was great, it truly felt like the beginning of a true adventure. But you couldnt just go anywhere, as stronger wandering horrors could easily take you down ... Great map, lots to do , good skill tree , good companions made a great game...

Did anyone ever successfully make a good melee character?

TheSaint1154d ago

Melee was actually kind of OP with the correct build.

As was unarmed.

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