Game Vortex writes: "'Nothing' has never looked as good as it does in Fallout 3. The game world looks exactly how you would expect a desolate, post-nuclear world to appear. It's dark, dank and there isn't much to look at. Once you begin to explore, however, you'll begin to uncover thousands of uniquely visual stories that give you a great, if not implied, idea about what life was like before the bombs dropped. The landscape is full of little details - two skeletons lying side-by-side in bed in a burned out house - that do a great job of doling out lots of narrative details without saying a word."