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Vault 101 -- Jewel of the Wastes. For 200 years, Vault 101 has faithfully served the surviving residents of Washington DC and its environs, now known as the Capital Wasteland. Though the global atomic war of 2077 left the US all but destroyed, the residents of Vault 101 enjoy a life free from the constant stress of the outside world. Giant Insects, Raiders, Slavers, and yes, even Super Mutants are all no match for superior Vault-Tec engineering. Yet one fateful morning, you awake to find that your father has defied the Overseer and left the comfort and security afforded by Vault 101 for reasons unknown. Leaving the only home you've ever known, you emerge from the Vault into the harsh Wasteland sun to search for your father, and the truth.

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PublisherBethesda Softworks
GameFallout 3
MPN0093155125483
UPC0093155125483, 093155125520, 093155126800

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PlatformXbox 360

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ESRB DescriptorBlood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong language, Use of Drugs
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1
Release Year2008
Game Special Features
  • View the post-apocalyptic wasteland from a choice of first- or third-person perspectives

  • Pause the real-time combat to target specific body parts

  • Customize your character with dozens of skills and "perks"

  • Support Elements16:9 Support
    Game Series3D Ultra Pinball

    eBay Product ID: EPID58187565

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    Average review score based on 453 user reviews

    98%

    of customers recommend this product

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    Created: 11/13/08

    Fallout 3 sets a new bar of excellence

    Graphics: Breathtaking 9/10
    Sound: Great – 8.5/10
    Gameplay: Spectacular – 9.5/10
    Replay Value – High (for a single player only game) 9/10
    Overall – Near Perfect 9.5/10

    Please note: I have never played any prior Fallout Titles, and this is from a n00b prospective.

    Graphics: Breathtaking 9/10
    The graphics are make you look twice – When you first exit the vault and see the landscape, you think to yourself “what next”? The graphic interface, use of PiP Boy and the movements really show that Bethesda took the time and care to make this well worth your hard earned money.

    Sound: Great – 8.5/10
    The sounds, music, effects, and voices take you immediately into the game. The time specific music, the radio channels, and the voice acting are all A+. The reason for the slightly lower mark is the repetitiveness of the radio, some of the sound effects, but overall, a lot of time, and thought, went into putting in effective music, voice acting and emphasis, and surrounding wasteland. The best, yet simplistic feeling is when you first turn on this gam for the first time, and all you hear is the old 50’s radio sparking on with the tube. Well done.

    Gameplay: Spectacular – 9.5/10
    Smooth animations, huge world design, and interactive and smart A.I. This game can be streamlined to do the main quest, or you can help the citizens of wasteland in their personal affairs. The single player game takes a lot of chances, but succeeds, in making the player make hard choices and customizing the game to their own path. Some find out too late that it is important to make hard choices to choose which attributes to build up. This aspect alone warrants multiple play times.

    Some critics and players are commenting on the ending (no spoiler), but I must say that for the amount of customization a person can have in this game, it goes right along with the story.

    Replay Value – High (for a single player only game) 9/10
    Even without multiplayer, this game has replay value with the limitless ways you can play as – via good, bad, neutral, thief, etc. This did not feel like an RPG to me, and was well done to the point that I am on my second playthrough.

    Overall – Near Perfect 9.5/10
    I am not a fan of RPG’s, nor long drawn out games over 30+ hours, but I was swept away in this post apocalyptic wasteland. This holiday season is rough with the shear amount of great games, and this is definitely in the Top 5 for contention of game of the year.

    This would normally be a game I would run from, but I rented it, and then bought it. It is so engrossing that others will want to watch you play and help you make those hard choices.

    The game is not perfect, but close to. The story flows, as with the action, and it makes you feel as if you were there with your character trying to survive.

    It has elements taken from genres such as RPG, puzzlers, action-adventures, but is not pigeonholed into this experience and to say it is an RPG is gives too little credit. This is an experience that should be played by any hardcore gamer.

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    Created: 05/13/09

    The Best in the Wasteland

    Fallout 3 is possibly the best game I have ever played. Its ability to include action, horror, shooter, sci-fi, and RPG genres is outstanding, as is its quest and karma systems. Set far into an alternate future, the game encompasses an intriguing story that keeps us digging for more.

    GRAPHICS: 9/10
    Bethesda outdid themselves on this one. After such titles as Oblivion, I was ready for another pixel-strewn world that was mundane at best. However, Fallout 3 delivered a far better scape, making every minor detail remarkably realistic. If you shoot it, it bleeds; if you hit it, it staggers; if you throw it at a wall, it bounces back at you. The textures leave nothing to the imagination: even the rust on the cars is believeable. The only problem is that every once and a while you come across a wall that seems to be paper-thin. The world around such an anomoly only adds to its obscurity and makes it distracting, but ignorable.

    CONTROLS: 10/10
    All of the controls in Fallout 3 are easy to get used to, even the quick (and occasionaly choppy) turning speed. The controls make sense and are not too touchy, which allows for an extraordinarily natural gameplay. The experienced player will not even need to read the control section of the quidebook before he/she gets started.

    MAIN GAME: 9/10
    There's no other word for the main game except for amazing. From beginning to end, your player is thrown into sources of conflict: from a corrupt dictator (overseer) who wants you killed to a madman that wants you to detonate an atomic bomb, there is no room for a breath until the game is finished. The singular complaint that could be made is that the purpose of your quest is so stupid. Your purpose in the Capital Wasteland is to help fix a water-purifying machine that will leach away all the radiation from the water and make it suitable for people to drink. Bethesda writers must have missed the fact that this can be done simply by running the water through normal, every-day dirt.

    ONLINE: 10/10
    The online content for Fallout 3 is nothing short of awesome. Currently, there are three DLC packs available for Xbox 360 (and PC): Operation: Anchorage!, The Pitt, and Broken Steel. Each of these expands the game in new ways, giving the player more weapons, armor, perks, and goodies than the base game has to offer. If saving the world's water supply isn't enough, now the player can rescue Alaska from Communist invasion, purge Pittsburg of slaver scum, or rid the world of the evil that calls themselves the Enclave. In my opinion, a steal at 800GP apiece.

    OVERALL: 9.5/10
    Fallout 3 has some minor flaws, but they only add to the pure awesomeness that the game represents. It is always funny to find some glitched-out character with a five-foot neck or a moron holding a gun backward. If I were to recommend one game to anyone, it would be this one, bar-none.

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    Created: 06/24/09

    Fallout over Fallout 3

    When all things are equal, I prefer the quiet reliability of the PS3, and much more so the PS3 controllers far better analog trigger feel and response. Unfortunately, all things are NOT equal with the 360 and PS3 version of Fallout 3.

    The publisher, Bethesda, took two different approaches in rewriting Fallout 3 PC code for the 360 and PS3; the 360 version is capable of 1080P,- but actually sacrificed some fine detail of characters hair and faces, as well as some terrain and objects,- in order to maintain a constant playable framerate,- ...while the PS3 has 720P max resolution,- but in fact has retained much more of the fine detail in characters, terrain and objects,- being as near to the PC version as possible (virtually a direct port),- which would be a good thing if it could have retained the detail without sacrificing framerate down to as low as 15 fps in some instances.

    In addition to the framerate issue, rather than permit antialiasing to drop in and out and frame sync to turn on and off (both of which the 360 does to maintain framerate, resulting in the occassional crawling image outline and minor tearing at top/bottom of screen frame),- the PS3 turns off antialiasing altogether, and maintains frame sync no matter how much framerate slows, resulting in a stuttering slideshow affect at the worst possible times of outdoor intense action.

    The occasional aliasing lines can be distracting with the 360,- but are impossible to ignore with the PS3, when a character is talking to you.. and the edge of their suit appears to be a constant movement of a trail of ants! In an RPG, where immersion into characters and environment is so important,- this is unforgiveable.

    As I have both game systems and game versions, I will be playing the 360 version, which also has some exclusive downloadable expansions coming available as an added incentive. Both PS3 and 360 have some retail expansion sequals coming,- and I would certainly not miss this game if you only have the PS3 game system.
    (If you have a serious gaming PC, you could also play the PC version and if you prefer the tactile feel and feedback of a controller, you can use the 360 controller to PC USB adapter and spend the time required to properly adjust sensitivity before playing).

    Other notes: The PS3 version is clearer, brighter and has higher detail, regardless of being limited to 720P,- and if one can ignore the distraction of aliasing lines on object outines, and the few times that framerate becomes noticeable,- then the PS3 may be preferable for brightness and detail,- not to forget that the PS3 version did a FAR better job of fine tuning the controller smoothness and accuracy compared to the 360 version. The brightness, controller sensitivity, etc, can be adjusted for the 360, but it still appears darker and less detailed,- and if I wanted to spend an hour adjusting controller sensitivity to make it playable, I would play the game on PC. (I may play both 360 and PS3 as completely different characters and write reviews based on those unique experiences and issues encountered throughout the game on both game systems).

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    Created: 11/24/08

    Fallout 3 - Best Game Ever !!!!! ... so far

    If you're a fan of Elders Scroll 4: Oblivion then Fallout 3 is your choice. It is similar to Oblivion, you can wait, fast travel, lock pick, boost stats and so on. This game is set 200 years in the future, after a nuclear war that devastated the whole world. The area your in is an apocalyptic and decimated Washington D.C. and its neighboring suburbs. Early on you only see a wasteland but the more you explore you can see the lincoln memorial, washington monument, the reflecting pool and the capital building and museums. I haven't found the white house yet but I know its here somewhere. The style of the game is like a first person shooter combined with an rpg. you can use a variety of weapons ranging from pistols to nuke missiles. There are a lot of enemies too you can fight like super mutants, raiders, mercenaries, robots, ghouls, and many more. Picture this like mad max and the road warrior but in Washington D.C. This is probably the best game ever released. Do your self a favor and buy it or at least rent it. You won't be disappointed. Also a great holiday gift. If I didn't convince you, please read a metacritic review of this game.
    !!! Not for Children !!!

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    Created: 07/21/09

    Fallout 3 (Xbox 360) Stupendous RPG!

    Bethesda has outdone themselves once again. From the truly gripping story of Oblivion comes another unforgettable game that will have you begging for more. The story of fallout 3 immerses you out in the wide open Wilderness, full of danger and mystery. Fallout 3 doesn't drop you straight into the Wilderness mind you, fallout 3 involves a story that never ceases to amaze me or anyone I've known to like it. You start out with your mother giving birth to you, which is the point that you get to choose your incredible line of attributes which will display the way you look as an adult. The selection consists of your gender, your race, skin color, hair color, hair styles, and many other wide open selections that you can fiddle with for as long as you please. After you finally arrive into the huge land of the Wilderness, you have the choice to switch through the perspectives of 3rd and 1st person views. An astounding feature that Bethesda has added to fallout 3 is V.A.T.S, the Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System. This is one of the many features of your Pip-boy 3000 which is given to you at age 10. The Pip-boy 3000 is what tracks you stats, health, radiation poisoning, XP, AP and other various needs in fallout 3. If you didn't know Fallout 3 takes place in post-apocalyptic Washington DC. Which is why your Pip-boy has a built in Geiger counter.

    RATING SYSTEM:

    Graphics: 9/10
    The graphics in Fallout 3 aren't the best I've ever seen, but they don't exactly take away from the fun. The graphics are still great and Bethesda definitely does a great job of getting you wrapped up in the whole post-apocalyptic thing.

    Sound: 9.5/10
    The sound of Fallout 3 is definitely well put together, and has the sounds of a post-apocalyptic Washington DC. You can distinctly hear the sounds of tumble weeds and wind blowing around, not to mention the sounds of mutated animals and bugs.

    Story: 10/10
    Fallout 3 is really amazing and the reason it has to have a 10/10 in this category is that the story is still not over, Bethesda has pumped DLC after DLC into this game. I myself only have 2 of the 4 DLCs available. Bethesda has a recent DLC coming, called Mothership Zeta which is to premiere on Xbox live August 3rd. This upcoming DLC follows the story of the aliens which crashed landed in Washington, if you don't know you can find a crashed alien ship which holds an alien pistol, that boast some considerable power.

    Character Development: 8/10
    This always seems to be a rather hard category for developers to do well, and Bethesda has done a seemingly good job. You can find a good amount about these people in the wasteland and make numerous friends, but beware of who you befriend.

    Controls: 9.5/10
    Fallout 3's controls are smooth and easily adapted to. There's not much reason to change the default controls, unless your use to southpaw or something. If you must I think you can customize the controls anyway you want, I personally don't know since I had no trouble with the default settings.

    Replay value: 9.5/10
    I've remade new characters after another in this game, you grow on your mistakes. On your first character you usually make someone but you don't really understand the way the games stats work so your first character usually turns out a little weak but after a couple of tries when you finally get the perfect character you blow through the game and try things you wouldn't have tried your first run around.

    TOTAL: 9.5/10

    Great Game, Get it!

    -XxmastermushxX

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