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Fallout Collection

Released on 20 August 2012

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Fallout:
The world has been blown into a permanent nuclear winter following World War III. The H2O system, however, is in danger of contamination and now someone needs to venture out from Vault 13. That someone is you!
Fallout 2:
It's been 80 long years since your ancestor, the Vault Dweller trod across the wastelands. As you now search for the Garden of Eden Creation Kit to save your primitive village, tough choices and even tougher consequences await you.
Fallout Tactics:
A post-nuclear wasteland, fierce and lawless, is all that remains of the world. Survivors band together in hopes to survive the hordes of bandits, mutants and radioactive animals that freely roam the land. The Brotherhood of Steel wants YOU!

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     The Greatest RPG Series Ever Made?

    | | See all Kaediin's reviews (1)

    The Fallout series has to be one of (if not the) greatest RPG games series ever made. With an epic storyline and replayability I have not encountered since, Fallout & Fallout 2 would rank as my top 2 games ever played (and ive played alot of games).

    Set in a Mad Max esq post apocoliptic world, you play the hero who starts out to save thier home but goes on to save the world. Along the way you will encounter a wide varity of people and places and be able to interact with them all to alter the ending of the game. YES!! your actions really do have consequences, play the nice guy and sae everyone or play the bad guy and crush those who oppose you - the choice is yours.

    With a great skills, perks and traits system your character will evolve as you play and if you complete the games as a gun slinging psycho, reroll a new charater with a different set up and try again from a different angle like a smooth talker.

    The one negative of these games is their age, and sadly it does show a bit in the graphics. But dont let this put you off as the game play more than makes up for the older graphics.

    The only other thing I can add is roll on Fallout 3 next year.

     Post apocalyptic masterpieces

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    This is in my oppinion, THE greatest RPG Series EVER made. Fallout and Fallout 2 are definatly two of my favourite games from any genre. Fallout tactics is fairly Meh - but fun for a while

    The graphics are far from perfect as you would expect in games that are 10+ years old, but that is not what these games are about. Fallout and Fallout 2 are superb, original RPGS, where everything you do feels like it has an impact. There are many RPG games today such has Oblivion that simply cannot compare to the characters of this game, and the way you interact with the world, every action has a consequence.

    The greatest thing about this game is you can be whom ever you want, inherantly noble - rushing around saving damsels in distress or terribly evil, yes you can hit a child in the groin with a sledge hammer.

    The fallout games are very dark at times, and contain things that other games don't or can't, but contains masses of black comedy, wit, and some hilarious dialouge.

    The game is MASSIVE and there is so much to do that without a detailed walkthrough there is so much you will miss, and catch a 2nd,3rd or 4th time of replaying. I have completed this game countless times and it still gives me new things that i missed before.

    Hugely replayable, Hugely Immersing, and just darn right excellent. If your a fan of games you should at least give this a whirl.

    One thing I will say is you need to patch up before playing, for example if you don't install the children patch - guess what? There are no children which reduces tonnes of quests and many things don't make sense (this is becase in the UK you can't have children in games you can kill :S - however in the US you can)

     Classic with faults

    | | See all damwookie's reviews (39)

    The post nuclear world is fantastic with so much character and depth. The plot is good and the combat is fine. It can be very addictive at times.
    However two few sprites are used for the areas. Load up a game and you could be in one of a hundred different places. Some of the quests are unfair, or are timed so you can end up with a worse ending just because you enjoyed exploring, or have a stat reduced in certain fights that you win. If you don't mind replaying, using walkthroughs or enjoy the fact futility adds to the sense of doom it not a problem.

     the best games in a very very long time....

    | | See all mrmachine's reviews (1)

    the fallout series is amazing. purely amazing. the humor, the setting, the game style, everything about the series has been truely great. they are top down rpg's. the basic story for FO1 goes, you have lived in a underground nuclear shelter called a vault all your life and are asked to go into the post nuclear wasteland to retrieve a part to fix the vault where you are from. the map areas are huge and you will stumble across all manor of character. be it prostitutes, gangsters, religious fantatics, zombies, mutants and all type of nuclear holocaust survivor that live in the wasteland. yes the games are a little dated now, but doa search and you will find that the games have a fantastic collection of fans that, including myself, play these games still today. there is nothing like it. there hasent been in ages. and with the development of fallout 3, why not pick up this gem of a pack which contains the first 3 pc games and jump into the wasteland to learn and five into the fallout universe. i promise you you wont be dissapointed. fantastic games that have earned the following that still grows strong even today..

     AMAZING!

    | | See all MCGoddard's reviews (5)

    I got fallout 3 on release and so my brother brought me this collection for Christmas (mainly as a joke)...
    It is excellent, from a purely technical standpoint all three games run (and patched up) fine on windows vista, almost completely glitchless, which is amazing when you consider Fallout was released in 1997!
    Amazing storylines, epic gameplay and expansive worlds, what's not to love!?
    I especially like the tie-ins with the entire series, the same topics appearing in the games in this box, and in Fallout 3.
    All in all a must-buy for any fans of the RPG genre, classic games enthusiasts, and especially fans of Fallout 3!

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