Throwback Bit Thursday: Fallout 3

Fallout 3 is my favorite Fallout game. True, Fallout: New Vegas is the better Role-Playing game, but the experience of exploring a vast post-apocalyptic wasteland that Fallout 3 provided hasn’t been matched by any of its sequels.   Fallout 3 and Freedom in Gaming  Perhaps the one thing that struck me the most about my… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Fallout 3

Fallout: New Vegas, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Game

I recently started a new save file on Fallout: New Vegas, and I’m enjoying it more now than ever. New Vegas was released on October 19th, 2010 as a follow-up to 2008’s Fallout 3. It was developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Bethesda Softworks. It was met with high reviews at the time of… Continue reading Fallout: New Vegas, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Game

Fallout: New Vegas Turns 10, and Obsidian Has Shown Interest in Sequel

The Elders Scrolls Series is Bethesda’s prime RPG franchise, but the company’s Fallout titles have been well received and commercially successful ventures. Fallout: New Vegas, developed by Obsidian Entertainment (now owned by Microsoft Studios), and published by Bethesda itself, turns 10 today, and the excitement for a sequel has never been more palpable. While Fallout… Continue reading Fallout: New Vegas Turns 10, and Obsidian Has Shown Interest in Sequel

Fallout 4 (PS4/XB1) Review

HIGH EXPECTATIONS Fallout 3 is a game that I remember most fondly. At the time back in 2008, nothing felt quite like it. The game rendered Washington D.C. as a moody post apocalyptic setting perfectly, and the sense of wonder that had made Bethesda’s previous games such as Oblivion and Morrowind unique experiences was ever… Continue reading Fallout 4 (PS4/XB1) Review

Fallout 3 (PS3) Review

This generation of consoles has brought about an interesting and sad trend at once, the death of the traditional Japanese RPG and the rise of western oriented ones on consoles. Bethesda Softworks has been a pioneer on this, with its two massive open RPGs Oblivion and Fallout 3. After playing both games I have come… Continue reading Fallout 3 (PS3) Review