";s:4:"text";s:3072:" Skip forward two and a half years and thousands of man hours later and players are being treated to Fallout 3, a game that captures the spirit of Oblivion in a futuristic Washington D.C. wracked by nuclear holocaust. Check out CCC's in-depth Fallout 3 review for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) to find out if this game is worth buying, renting, or if you should avoid it altogether. for short.
It's a good game, but certainly not without its faults.
Also, almost innumerable Perks are made available along the way, which give bonuses to all aspects of combat and non-combat interactions. For lovers of the genre, it's tough to go wrong with Fallout 3. In fact, there's virtually no such thing as 100% completion in Fallout 3; trying to do so in just one playthrough is impossible due to the sheer amount of content.Bethesda Softworks struck pay dirt in March of 2006 with their epic RPG, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Fallout 3 is an exploration of the best and worse aspects of humanity set in a fun open world. In fact, the game plays as if it were a ported PC title; it begs for a mouse and WASD keys.Outside of the fully realized, detailed world, the game's presentation suffers from an outdated engine: Gamebryo. Characters never truly feel healthy (radiation and Chems addiction will constantly plague you), there's never anything good to eat, weapons are always half-broken, jerry-rigged pieces of garbage, and no one you talk to seems to be quite with it.This new setting along with the incredibly high play value should make this one of the bestselling titles of 2008. That means players could conceivably play the game multiple times, utilizing different skills (such as hacking computers as opposed to brute force), befriending or alienating different people, or becoming aligned with varying factions found throughout the game. You see, ever since the climax of The Great War in 2077 (fully 200 years ago) a few "fortunate" Americans have been cloistered in massive fallout complexes, undisturbed by the savage world outside the vault door. Players are free to choose between the two at the click of a button.
Colin's Take on the PS3 Version The Pitt DLC on PlayStation3 was not without its problems. Unfortunately, the standard shooter controls are … IGN writes: "Fallout 3 is a special videogame.