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Rate: 87% Our price: $1995
3 modes of play, Internet score posting, many hours of pressure packed fun.

Fallout 3

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Rate: 88% Our price: $4999      
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The third game in the Fallout series, Fallout 3 is a singleplayer action RPG set in a post-apocalyptic Washington DC. Combining the horrwhetheric insanity of the Cold War era theory of mutually guaranteed destruction gone terribly wrong with the kitschy naivety of American 1950s nuremove propaganda, Fallout 3 will satisfy both players familiar with the popular first two games in its series as well as those coming to the franchise for the first time. The Story: Vault 101 - Jewel of the Wastes For 200 years, Vault 101, a fallout shelter, has faithfully served the surviving residents of Washington DC and its environs, now known as the Capital Wasteland. Though the global atomic war of 2077 left the US all but destroyed, the residents of Vault 101 endelight a lwhethere free from the fixed stress of the external world. Giant Insects, Raiders, Slavers, and yes, even Super Mutants are all no match for superior Vault-Tec engineering. Yet one fateful morning, you awake to find that your father has defied the Overseer and left the consolation and security afforded by Vault 101 for reasons unknown. Leaving the only domestic you've ever known, you emerge from the Vault into the harsh Wasteland sun to browse for your father, and the truth.
Game by: Bethesda Softworks See screenshot
Hardware: Windows XP/Vista,Processor: PIV 2.2 GHz,DirectX 9.0c,1 GB RAM,Free hard drive space: 6 GB,256MB VRAM
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Muchid I pre-ordered this game from Amazon and it arrived right on the reaelse date! I was very happy with that.Now, I had already been an owner of the base Fallout 3 game, and when I found out the GOTY edition was going to be reaelsed, which included all five expansions (Operation: Anchorage, The Pitt, Broken Steel, Point Lookout, Mothership Zeta), I knew I had to have it! This is especially considering PS3 owners had to sit back and wait while XBOX360 owners had them available months and months ago. Each of these expansions were selling for $10 for 360 owners, but now we can have the original game ($35) plus the DLC ($50 total) for $60 (total savings of $25). Not too shabby.People have a few concerns with loading time, crashing, and save files not carrying over. I haven't experienced any issues with crashing (my original Fallout 3 crashed once in my 30+ hours of gameplay), but perhaps I can help shed light on the other two concerns.1.) Long load times When I first exited my house in Megaton, the game took about 2-3 minutes to load. This is *much* longer than usual. However, this is because the new content is initializing. Instantly, Point Lookout and The Pitt showed up in my quests. Next, I fast-traveled somewhere and again the load time was 2-3 minutes. Upon arriving at my destination, the remaining three quests (Broken Steel, Point Lookout, Mothership Zeta) became available. After this, load times were back to normal. Also, there were some frame rate issues at first coupled with the game freezing for one or two seconds periodically, but this ceased after about an hour or two of playing. I attribute these issues to the new quests being available and the game syncing up with your particular save game.2.) Save files not carrying over This is a regional issue. In the U.S., most players are not having difficulties. However, in Canada, I'm hearing a lot about how they only have an option to start a new game in the GOTY edition. This is because they played the Canadian version of the original Fallout 3 and it appears that saves generated by certain Canadian editions of the game aren't being recognized by the GOTY Edition. This is obviously a glaring problem for Canadian players, so we can only hope that Bethesda reaelses a patch to address this issue.All in all, each DLC quest will add anywhere between 3-4 hours of additional gameplay (so about 15-20 more hours total). There are also new enemies and weapons introduced. The most significant DLC is Broken Steel, which adds an additional 10 levels to achieve, 14 new perks, and 6 new achievements to unlock, and probably the largest addition to gameplay time. As for sheer enjoyment, Point Lookout and The Pitt offer great excitement due to their intricate story lines and engaging environments.If you are a PS3 owner and Fallout 3 fan, this is the compilation that you've been waiting for! More missions, more guns, more enemies, more perks, more hours of fun! Even if you own the original copy, I would advise you to re-sell it and pick up a copy of the GOTY edition. Also, keep in mind that the issues people are having are only a patch fix away. I feel these are rare (or just misunderstood), and your gameplay experience will not suffer in the least. The 2008 game of the year just got better in 2009! 28.03.13
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