Fallout 3 Magazine Review

Another European review of Fallout 3 comes from the Polish Click! magazine, who like the game and – despite some flaws – think of it as “RPG of the Year” material and give it an 8.75/10. Fallout 3: A Post Nuclear Blog offers tidbits and translated bits.

To sum it up, Fallout 3 is not a perfect product and people will be as divided about it after the release as before it. The malcontents will harshly criticize Bethesda for simplifying the gameplay compared to previous iterations of the series, and the PC version will require a patch or two (one is reportedly to be released on day 1). (.) The most important thing is that the makers managed to keep the mature atmosphere of the series and its most important trait – the ability to shape the story yourself. The new game begins (and ends), just like its predecessors, with the legendary words: (War, war never changes.) The same can be said about Fallout.

Fallout 3 is a game different from its great predecessor, but it doesn’t mean it’s worse. It’s just a continuation of the series adjusted to an entirely new age of interactive entertainment – fortunately, it keeps the atmosphere of the originals. Despite minor flaws, it is a strong contender for being the RPG of the year!


* A good recreation of Fallout’s atmosphere
* Freedom of play
* The VATS system


* Somewhat simplified gameplay compared to previous games
* Slight technical problems

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