That's right. Kharn, aka Brother None, has reviewed Fallout 3....but he hasn't. Instead, he decided to travel to an alternate universe where ZeniMax never bought the Fallout property, but decided to make their own post apocalyptic game called Capital Wasteland. Check it out:
Here is the real shocker: even though this game does not excel at much
except creating annoying NPCs, it is still a good game. Because
sometimes, even when the cheerleader is crap in the sack, it's still
fun to chase after her. But more importantly, for years now RPG
designers have focused purely on pretty graphics and fun combat, and
while Capital Wasteland: Revelation also does that, it is a rare return
to values of quest design we know of from Black Isle Studios and
Troika, an approach that says quests have to be interesting, have to
have multiple solutions and your choices really do matter. The latter
point is probably the weakest one for CW:R and there are plenty of bad
quests to turn you away, but this is still a remarkable accomplishment
that I did not expect after Oblivion.
It probably would have been easier to just write a review of Fallout 3, rather than creating an interdimensional portal, but whatever.
As for when my review is coming....well, I can't play the game because it won't even load up on my computer. So until a patch comes out that fixes the game, my review is: EPIC FAIL.