Amazing world full of excitement and adventure.
Runs great on almost any machine.
Tons of weapons.
VATS is awesome.
Combat system is great overall.
Side quests feel really rewarding.
Stat/Skill/Perk well implemented in an FPS/TPS environment.
Excellent replay value.
Really good storyline.
Freedom to explore what you want, when you want.
The game crashes a lot.
Low level cap.
Main quest kind of dull.
Lots of walking around.
Main quest line is a bit short.
The story and characters can feel a bit sterile.
Combat feels mildly clunky.
VATS can make things a bit too easy.
Some problems with Windows Live accounts.
By TechSpot on November 07, 2008
Fallout 3 is an impressive looking game which is saying a lot having come off testing Far Cry 2 and Crysis Warhead in previous weeks. The massive outdoor environments are spectacular, and when using the ultra high visual quality settings, large amount...-
By Xtra Gamer on July 11, 2010
If RPG’s are your thing then Fallout 3 is definitely a must play for you. Although not the best RPG so far in my opinion it is by far in the top 5. Bethesda (who also developed Oblivion) sure know how to make one good game. If you’re...91
By Yet Another Review Site on July 23, 2009
Released at the back end of 2008, many will know that Bethesda's game came out to can we say, expectations. The previous two Fallout games are revered throughout the gaming community and fiercely protected by some, Bethesda's attempt to bring...90
By Gamervision on March 11, 2009
Ok, so right off the bat (Bat. Hrm. I can't stop thinking about that Scout update for Team Fortress 2. The amount of life that Valve has breathed into that game is uncanny. Can you image TF2 right now without all those updates? And all for free too....88
By Gaming Daily on March 05, 2009
Basically Fallout is excellent but that’s not to say there isn’t room for improvement. In all honesty there is a lot I haven’t talked about in this review that would give the conclusion a much lighter tone. The text you will read – be it sad, quirky,...91
By Maximum PC on February 10, 2009
No one makes a big open-world role-playing game like Bethesda. That’s what the Elder Scrolls games are famous for, and that’s what the company has brought to the post-nuclear-holocaust milieu of Fallout 3. The game takes you to the world...80
By Dev Hardware on January 27, 2009
Let me start by saying it’s my recommendation that you should buy Fallout 3. I just loved it, all of it, and now it’s definitely the best game in my collection. Keep reading to find out why.What are you waiting for? Go now! This is simply a...-
By New Game Network on January 16, 2009
Action RPGs with amazing exploration and quest choices don’t come along often. Fallout 3 is a great experience and it feels a lot like Oblivion with guns, while this can be a weakness for some people, it comes across as a big strength. The key...90
By PC Games Hardware on January 15, 2009
Due to the HD texture pack, future RPGs will have to be compared to the graphics of Fallout 3. But even on high-end systems the performance is not really satisfying. If your graphics card has enough video memory, the HD pack is almost "free” - in...-
By BrightHub on December 27, 2008
This new addition to the Fallout series has certainly caused a stir in the gaming world. Are you wondering whether Fallout 3 will live up to the legacy of its predecessors? Look inside to get a review of the games unique features and failures. ...80