Leaving aside the lowres look of 2008, Fallout 3 has its own innate visual theme of apocalyptic urban look (enb). From Big Town to DC ruins... It does not look vibrant and colorful for sure~Graphic is dated
Forget dated, the game looked terrible at the time.
Morrowind's environments were stunning at release.All Bethesda games looked terrible at the time in the post 2D era.
what the quest in the top is actually like when it's not being exaggerated by a fanboy:If only we had *known*.
Ohh Hagashager, I remember you on the BGSF forums Not sure you remember be - I used to go by the username TESFanner.Even back in '08 people on BGSF (including me) were complaining about the disgusting green filter and abundance of rubble. That green filter man, it gives Deus Ex: Human Revolution a run for its money.
That all said, F3 has a charm to it. It's not a Fallout charm, but it is charming. I had fun with F3 back when it came out. Some of my favorite gaming moments are from F3.
Well hot-dog, it's a small internet after all! I remember you as well. Though it does makes semse I'd encounter another BGSF goer on a forum for cantankerous old RPG fans..
Ohh Hagashager, I remember you on the BGSF forums Not sure you remember be - I used to go by the username TESFanner.
Aaaah the good ol day when game journos dont understand the joke/meme of a sadistic middle aged man pretending being a little girl torturing bunch of peopleI still remember game journos trying to argue why a sadistic middle aged man pretending being a little girl while running a simulation and demanding you to kill random NPCs in it for LoLs was a good quest or why Camp Little Light existing wasnt a good reason to not let Bethesda's design team get closer to a computer ever again.