Fallout was started out at Black Isle studios in 1997 and was a huge hit. It was a turn-based isometric role-playing game back then and had quite the following. Fallout 2 hit a year later in 1998 and was even better. It then sort of got tossed around developers for a while making decent titles until the property landed in the hands of Bethesda and they released Fallout 3 in 2008. The game made the switch from isometric turn-based RPG to first-person RPG successfully. It was a critical and commercial success. Now two years later in the hands of Obsidian, a developer that harbors some of the developers that worked on the series originally at Black Isle now have a chance to get their hands on the property again. Will this reunion be a success or be a mere expansion pack? Gametactics reviews Fallout: New Vegas for the Xbox 360.