Fallout 3 Game Of The Year
The best of Bethesda… so far.
Fallout 3 is by far one of Bethedsa best games. Not only they came up with an amazing plot, I feel like the dlc were flat out amazing. After playing a good 80+ hours of side quests, I decided to finish what I started in the main story. I was shocked that I couldn't continue the game after I have beat it. Then game of the year edition rolled by and I couldn't help but to spend what I had left of my money. The dlc has an obnoxious download time but it was worth the wait. I got to continue my battle with the Enclave. After an extra 100+ hours of the game I felt satisfied for what I have done. All the dlc were great and I recommend the buy.
King of Games
This game will always be at the center of my heart because its the first RPG I ever played and it opened my eyes to all kinds of game like Oblivion, Mass Effect, and Skyrim. It belongs in the Video Game Hall of Fame. Its good because its not like Call of Duty and Halo where you just play the campaign and then your done. In this game their are a ton of side quest spread across the map and they're a ton of rare guns to find. Some quest are really hard and some are simple, but they're all fun because its hard to stop this game until you get you reach level 30. Mothership Zeta and Point Lookout and tied for my favorite add on packs with Broken Steel following close behind. Im not going to tell you what the reward is for finishing Operation Anchorage but what I am going to tell you is do it first it will really help you when you do the rest of missions. Also if your going to get skills up to 100 make sure you do, Lockpicking, Science and Speech it will make the game a lot more fun and you won't have to make and alternative route because you don't have the your lockpicking high enough to get the door open
I have played the game almost 5 times over now and its still fun
A MUST for all RPG fans
I have played this game for almost 50 hours now, and I still enjoy the satisfactions of the game. For example, the storyline is very touching and there is plenty to do in this game (a lot of side-quests, lots of exploring to do, and lots of awesome weapons to get). It is a very well-created game from Bethesda and I recommend any RPG gamer and FPS people to really play this. The only bad part that I would say to any gamer is that it does require a lot of patience, it is a game that should be played for a long time to truly enjoy, unlike Call of Duty or Battlefield, which are fast-paced. Another bad part are bugs that occur during your gameplay (random rainbows across your adventure, etc...). If you wish to play other games similar to this one, I suggest getting Fallout: New Vegas and Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The only reason why I am not putting Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in here is because I have not tried it, so I don't know if it is good.
without a doubt an awesome and unforgettable game
(1)The game is great, the way its open and basically a sandbox type is perfect, i wish every games environment was like it. (2)The gameplay is good although the aiming is different from any other game i played which is'nt a bad thing, it just takes a minute to get used to is all and its not that the controller scheme is complicated or theres too many functions on the controller because there isnt, its just when your looking around/aiming, its a bit different and the reticle is different. (3) Theres a good amount of weapons and they are all unique and fun in their own way, plus u get to choose whether you want to melee or shoot which is awesome.(4) save often because the game DOES freeze a bit and when you just did something awesome and you freeze, it sucks so SAVE OFTEN!(5)the way your actions affect the game are a tremendous thing to not only experiencfe but awesome to watch as the game plays out.(6)The add-ons that they have are great stories that tie right in with the game and are great to experience.
GOTY For A Reason.
This is my favorite game that I EVER played! And with good reason. There are a LOT of things to do in Fallout 3. There are many, many epic quests to progress through the main storyline and even a bunch of side-quests if you just want a change of scenery or some quick XP. This is also a very unrestricted game, meaning you can practically do anything you want, BUT, every choice you make also affects the aspects of your character. This is done by the new karma system, which makes the game even more involving and adds much more replay value. FO3 also has a very well-organized combat leveling system which is easy to use, and provides you to make your character fit your needs and wants even more. Lastly, I get to V.A.T.S., this is a very original and very fun-to-use combat system in which you can target body parts to inflict even more damage. Overall, this is the best free-roam/RPG that I have played in my whole life, and the extra gameplay provided in the GOTY package an even more memorable experience.
The best apocalypse ever
This post-apocalyptic rpg by Bethesda is a whirlwind right out of the gate. With unprecedented staying power like few games these days, this end of the world awesomeness hits you in the face like momma Cass defending a ham sandwich as soon as you leave the safety of the vault. With great battle systems, memorable characters, out of this world weapons, and the freedom to choose the fate of the world in your hands, this is bound to keep you busy for hours, days, even months to come. Especially if you decide to dip into the massive amount of dlc there is with this product including not only your victory over death, but zombie swamp hillbillies, aliens and more. Even after so many years, it's still the most highly rated fallout game. So what are you waiting for? - go punch a Deathclaw in the face and show it who's boss of this wasteland!
Do What ? oh !!!!!!!! wheres the car keys hun! and my wallet...
Man the best games of the year are oblivion and fallout 3 noone understands us first player sit up all night with noonline coop....and with our minds evolving into the dark lairs of the forest deep in shiver ing iles or the bloody soaken trenches of the after math in fallout 3 ...the two best may they never rest ....anyone seeking for an adventure from beyond with more hours of game play than you can shake a stick at need to try these two options with out thinking of is there replay value when there are a thousand reasons two play both for many differnet reasons on millions of different ways to play both.....I am know genious nor knowledge over any player though do reccomend 10 out of 10 on both for anyone who seeks a world that seems to be left behind ....and almost forgotten about and left for lost as a neverending story is the best games for ones whom has lots of time to spend and an adventure awaits you with these titles....also recommend MASS EFFECT 10 out of 10
Why Are You Wasting Time Playing Skyrim?
This is probably Bethesda's greatest release... Or at least close to it. This game is beautiful and has amazingly fun gameplay. Though it is challenging to adventure through the story without some training in your skills, there is plenty to do on the side.
When I first saw a nuke go off, disintegrating everyone in the city, I knew it would always have a place in my heart.
This is a great game that fluidly mixes the action of a shooter and the customization of an RPG. This game is very strategically challenging, do you shoot that charging super mutant in the leg so you can get away or shoot his arm and steal his weapon? The graphics in this game are amazing, being able to see the destruction of an entire country and how it's citizens react an try to rebuild what's left of the radiated wastelands. As for the storyline, yes it may be only 5-6 hours but that's not the entire game, to experience the entire Fallout world you also need to do the side quests and do one critical thing: EXPLORE! Find every single town, every settlement, kill every enemy, visit the old run down buildings that used to hold America's history. Every person who buys this game and is goin to buy this game explore the wastelands and have a fun time doing it! This is one of Bethesda's greatest games like Oblivion...so get out there and EXPLORE EXPLORE EXPLORE!