Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition
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Please Note: Fallout 3 is not optimized for Windows 7 and later.
Prepare for the Future™
With Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, experience the most acclaimed game of 2008 like never before. Create a character of your choosing and descend into an awe-inspiring, post-apocalyptic world where every minute is a fight for survival. Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition includes all five of the Fallout 3 Game Add-on Packs:
Anchorage - Enter a military simulation and fight in the liberation of Anchorage, Alaska from its Chinese Communist invaders.
Travel to the post-apocalyptic remains of Pittsburgh and become embroiled in a conflict between slaves and their Raider masters.
Increase your level cap to 30, and finish the fight against the Enclave remnants alongside Liberty Prime.
Embark on a mysterious and open-ended adventure in a huge, murky swampland along the coast of Maryland.
Defy hostile alien abductors and fight your way off of the alien mothership, orbiting miles above the Capital Wasteland.
Take in the sights and sounds of the vast Capital Wasteland! See the great monuments of the United States lying in post-apocalyptic ruin! You make the choices that define you and change the world. Just keep an eye on your Rad Meter!
Vault-Tec engineers bring you the latest in human ability simulation — the SPECIAL Character System! Utilizing new breakthroughs in points-based ability representation, SPECIAL affords unlimited customization of your character. Also included are dozens of unique skills and perks to choose from, each with a dazzling variety of effects!
Fantastic New Views:
The wizards at Vault-Tec have done it again! No longer constrained to just one view, experience the world from 1st or 3rd person perspective. Customize your view with the touch of a button!
The Power of Choice:
Feeling like a dastardly villain today, or a Good Samaritan? Pick a side or walk the line, as every situation can be dealt with in many different ways. Talk out your problems in a civilized fashion, or just flash your Plasma Rifle.
Blast 'Em Away With V.A.T.S.
Even the odds in combat with the Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System for your Pip-Boy Model 3000! V.A.T.S. allows you to pause time in combat, target specific body parts on your target, queue up attacks, and let Vault-Tec take out your aggression for you. Rain death and destruction in an all-new cinematic presentation.
Mind-Blowing Artificial Intelligence:
At Vault-Tec, we realize that the key to reviving civilization after a global nuclear war is people. Our best minds pooled their efforts to produce an advanced version of Radiant AI, America's First Choice in Human Interaction Simulation. Facial expressions, gestures, unique dialog, and lifelike behavior are brought together with stunning results by the latest in Vault-Tec technology.
Witness the harsh realities of nuclear fallout rendered like never before in modern super-deluxe HD graphics. From the barren Wasteland, to the danger-filled offices and metro tunnels of DC, to the hideous rotten flesh of a mutant's face.
*Protective Eyewear Encouraged.
Get lost in the Capital WastelandAussieSteve | Sept. 27, 2015 | See all AussieSteve's reviews »
Fallout 3 puts you in the shoes of a vault dweller cast out into the wasteland that was DC, to find your father and to unwittingly enter into the middle of a brewing conflict. Whereas New Vegas is a populated area that feels alive, this is a wasteland - and you can go ages without seeing a friendly face - though the unfriendly always happen to pop up! Weapons are a bit more limited than New Vegas, though mods can help bolster your arsenal. You feel more like you are the character than in New Vegas though - and the sense of danger is ever present. Like it's "not really a sequel" in New Vegas, bugs can disrupt your gaming, which is what holds it back from being closer to a 100% experience
Hands down best games of all time...muttoneater | Sept. 10, 2015 | See all muttoneater's reviews »
... Fallout 3 has one of the best stories of any game I have ever played. The gameplay is astounding, the graphics aren't half bad and the character are interesting and detailed. Overall my favorite game ever.
Like Elder Scrolls, but with GUNS!chcoman123 | Aug. 28, 2015 | See all chcoman123's reviews »
I've never played a single Fallout game before Fallout 3, so keep that in mind when reading this, but I LOVE this game. Like any good Bethesda game, there is a huge giant world to explore with tons of enemies, loot, quests, towns, npcs, and just endless amounts of content. The game is basically an Elder Scrolls game, but set in the Fallout universe. The stats and leveling system is really good, better than Skyrim or Oblivion in my opinion. And I found the story, lore, world and atmosphere way more interesting than that of the Elder Scrolls. The game also really addicting, and it's very easy to lose a lot of your time in this game. However the game is not without it's faults. Outside of the game not looking all that great graphically, it also suffers from bugs and crashes, like any Bethesda game. The game CONSTANTLY crashes on me, no matter what I do. Every time I boot up the game, 30 minutes later, it crashes. If I reboot it after that, it's fine, but it's incredibly frustrating, especially if when I forgot to save and had to redo a whole bunch of stuff. With that in mind, is Fallout 3 good? Yes, it is. Better than Elder Scrolls and a really solid RPG/Shooter. Just don't mind the crashes and bugs.
The premiere post apocalyptic open world RPGheerox328 | Aug. 24, 2015 | See all heerox328's reviews »
BGS is one of the best RPG developers in the industry. Their first attempt at Fallout lives up to their reputation. An amazing and enjoyable game immersing you in post apocalyptic Washington, D.C. My major criticism is gun play is extremely poor and it can be a chore to travel long distances on foot when you haven't been to that location yet (vehicles would be nice). This game is cheap and is definitely one people should pick up if they haven't. Also, did I forget to mention mods? Mods for any BGS game including Fallout 3 and New Vegas revolutionize the game and provide it infinite replay value. I'd recommend playing this until Fallout 4 releases in early November. Get it now.
A solid gameAugust_1 | Aug. 21, 2015 | See all August_1's reviews »
The world and atmosphere are great. The cheerful music of the fifties really contrasts with the gray, brown, and green of the world in just the right way. The main story isn't great. It lacks any sort of meaningful choice or nuance and leaves you with many questions about why the characters did what they did. The side quests also lack meaningful choice that will affect you later in the game. The combat is pretty lackluster. Since there are no iron-sights hitting anything without using VATS is pretty hard. on top of that VATS doesn't handle very well. It freezes time which completely stops the flow of battle. Now all these things aren't to say this game is bad. Its actually really fun. So I wouldn't recommend this game if you wanna play it over and over again. It just gets boring after the first time you beat it.