Kikizo's 30-or-so minutes with Fallout 3, Bethesda's new RPG for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, felt a lot like if they were given a chance to watch the opening scene of the year's hottest movie before being thrown out the theatre. It wasn't nearly enough time to truly get comfortable in the game world. They didn't earn many weapons or meet many people. They didn't kill a lot of enemies and the less said about their advancement in the skill categories the better. But the experience left them excited for what's to come and ravenous for more.