AJ here, next on the list to present my series of 2015 Games of the Year. This format will be very similar to how I’ve posted in previous years, with five titles and some runners-up. Now… to the list!
Under normal circumstances the release of a patch is not a noteworthy event. However, the amount of bugs hiding in the crevices of Fallout: New Vegas at the time of its release would frighten even the most unflinching New York landlord. For that reason every patch implementation since last October has been met with dances around bonfires and such.
Scout, you’re our resident expert. Are our young people ready for what’s to come? I feel adequately prepared, but I’ve got Adult Experience. Sometimes I truly worry that our children aren’t getting the education they need.
After a long wait, Fallout 3 hit the shelves Tuesday. Since its precursor, Fallout 2, was released by Black Isle in 1998, a new generation of gamers have come of age having never played either of the original games. Few thought a third game would actually see the light of day. Then Bethesda bought the rights and soon after announced Fallout 3. Its last blockbuster game, Oblivion, had been greeted with a surge of early …
Review by Scout Fallout Developer Black Isle Studios Publisher Interplay Released 1997 Available for PC, Mac Time Played Finished Verdict: 4/5 Thumb Up “In less than 90 seconds, the creators of Fallout have captured the mindset of a decade and revealed the untapped fears of a generation.”