WTMG's Jason Palazini writes, "If you haven't played Fallout 3 before, I can't recommend it enough. And if you have played before, do it again."
I remember this game. Ive been a gamer since all they way back when my grandmother taught me as a young child to play centipede on the 1st gen Atari. I think it was the one with the fake wood plastic finish that resembled alarm clocks of that era, gross i know? Anyways, she had taught me at the ripe age of 4 to be a beast at centipede so when i played my father (sperm donar) i would hand him his ass... out of spite 😬😂😂. We went on this rant so i could say in all of my gaming history, Fall Out 3 was my 1st entry, and i was quite frankly... blown away 🤓. And of course Vegas came shortly after and FO3 was all i had to compare it to, and i know this might be FO blasphemy, but Vegas did not impress me. Even at the time, i felt Vegas should have been more of a dlc than a fully fledged game. I hope it was in fact a fully fledged game or im going to look DUM lol. Anyways... happy 10 years birfday FO3
I'm with you mate. Fallout 3 is the best out fall
The Game of The Year Edition of Fallout 3 was one of my favorite games last gen. Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout 4 didn't click with me like Fallout 3.
I haven't played NV, but FO4 couldn't even come close.
The Preston Garvey guests in Fallout 4 started to drive me towards insanity... guests with significant story would repeat. Plus, the RPG elements in Fallout 4 are dialed back from 3 and I didn’t like the story as much. I actuallly put close to 100 hrs into New Vegas across three playthrough attempts, however I could never complete the main guests.
I liked FO4. esp after the pro patch
So bleak and depressing.
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