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Fallout 3 is an exceptionally immersive and enjoyable game.

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Fallout 3 is an exceptionally immersive and enjoyable game.

Review - posted by DarkUnderlord on Fri 23 January 2009, 01:07:04

Tags: Fallout 3

According to the WarGamer:

Those three scenes all occurred in one two hour session of play with Bethesda-Softworks’ newest release, Fallout 3 . To say that this iteration of Fallout 3 was both highly anticipated and highly reviled would be an understatement. I am going to check any baggage I have with Bethesda at the door. And as a gamer, if you’ve read this far into the review maybe you have done the same.​
That's the fourth two sentence paragraph. I guess he doesn't expect many people to read that far?

I have now invested about 25 hours of gameplay into Fallout 3, and I am glad to report that it is a remarkable game experience both in story telling and action. The game is an RPG through and through, presenting a great amount of choice to the player as well as a generous portion of action, and tells an engaging story. Fallout 3 should not be played as a first-person shooter however…although the game can be explored from either first- or third-person perspectives, to me it just didn’t feel right using third person for more than just checking out the new armor I acquired, and marveling at how bad-ass I looked. Fallout 3 is a game to be savored, radioactive morsel by radioactive morsel.​
He doesn't seem to actually mention what baggage he was talking about.

Spotted @ I went somewhere else today

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