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cazsim83
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 5:46 am Reply with quoteBack to top

[ Game -> Article ] - More info on Company: Bethesda Softworks | More info on Game: Fallout 3

Mac at VisualCrack put up the first in a series of "Most Anticipated Games of 2008" - the first being Fallout 3, since GTA IV has been released now. Here are some highlights of the article:

As a franchise much beloved by those who have played it, the news that Bethesda was taking over the development of Fallout 3 was greeted with great wariness on the web. Having never played any of the Fallout games myself I can’t really speak for those who were less than enthusiastic at this announcement.

The initial grab for me was the teaser trailer. There’s no game play, no action, I doubt it’s even a real cut scene from the game. But… wow.

From the reading I’ve done online a big fear among Fallout faithful has been that the most recent installment will be more FPS than RPG. I think this fear has been a big reason why Bethesda has been touting the new control scheme so heavily. You can’t read an article about Fallout 3 without hearing about V.A.T.S. (Vault-tec Assisted Targeting System). It’s sounding very much like an RPG with FPS elements (though Bethesda is careful to note they are not making an FPS and that you will have a hard time getting through the game if you choose to play it that way).

The choices that you have to make in the game are interesting to say the least. The only example I’ve seen is enough to peak my interest immensely: You have to decide whether or not to activate a dormant nuclear bomb

But the thing I’m most excited about at this point is the beginning of the game where you develop your character. You literally “grow up” learning what you need to know the play the game. Of all the games I’ve played that have tutorial levels this is, quite simply, the most original idea I’ve ever heard.

But here's the best part of all:

For up-to-date info check out the excellent Fallout 3: A Post Nuclear Blog. For pictures check out the gallery.

Go briosafreak!

You can read the whole VisualCrack article here, including an update since Mac seems to have gotten so much "Fallout from Fallout".

Spotted @ Briosafreak's Fallout 3 Blog

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