Fallout 3 Video Preview
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- May 8, 2009
We talk to CNET UK's Nate Lanxon about his impressions of the latest Fallout 3 downloadable content, Broken Steel, to find out if it's worth buying.
I hated this when i first got it but i tried finishing it anyway and realized my money was well spent
Before the DLC Broken Steel was released I was extremely disappointed on how the game ended. You were really left hanging. But with the add-on it amped the game play and expanded the game even more. Now I have purchased all the DLC and I think that its safe to say Fallout 3 is one of my favorite games to date.
Saying Fallout is an Oblivion clone just cause they're both massive RPGs makes no sense, in that context you could say the same about any FPS that has come out in the past few years (and it would be wrong too). I've played through both games and personally I think Fallout is a far superior game, which makes sense when you realize bethesda had 2 years to correct and improve their formula. Plus, the post-apocalyptic scenario is way more exciting and refreshing than the worn out "epic ancient times" setting
that's a great game, and a Oblivion clone indeed, but what really makes me pissed is that leg movement, it is way too robotic...
I don't agree with you husaberg2 while yes it's similar in many ways which the reason I believe is that they hit the nail on the head with those to games so they didn't need to change a lot. But Fallout 3 brings plenty of new features such as VATS, perks, and it's story is much more in depth than in Oblivion. In Oblivion decisions came easy because I felt no attachment to those characters but in Fallout 3 I caught myself thinking if I really want to blow up an entire city or maybe sacrifice a life so that I may live. I was actually attached to some characters. By the way I sorry for leaving such a long comment.
I actually really liked fallout3, and oblivion. I like games that are worth buying in quality, length, and depth
i love fallout3 i had it for ages and i keep playing it and i cant wait forthis.. about time ps3 got into the competition ...took em long enough..
well...it's been a while since I played and finished the game and am waiting for the DLC. watching this vid makes we wanna play again, which is what i'm gonna do tonite.
why is this video preview on the ps3 page 4 fallout 3(i no its coming out but only on the game of the year ps3 game)
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man this sucks, i lent my copy of fallout 3 to a friend and now he's gone on holidays for TWO WEEKS. i can't get it back till after the holidays, this is so annoying.
@ happybara+ akam-war don't be so aggressive in your answer akam-war may have not known what DLC means but yes you should be able to get this DLC without internet because GAME or most other game stores should have it available for purchase in disc form for those without internet
@akam-war um... DLC stands for DownLoadable Content. how could you DOWNLOAD someting without internet?