Fallout 3 Has Irradiated My Brain

Hi all…

Wow. It’s been a while since I had to admit an addiction to a game. Elder Scrolls: Oblivion and Civilization 2, 3, and 4 are the most recent forms of addiction for me, but I have to add a new one…

Fallout 3

Damn you Bethesda Scrollworks!

Fallout 3 Banner
Fallout 3 Banner from Bethesda Site

Do you know what this game does to a roleplayer like me? It taps into some subconscious need to not only play UPS or FedEx driver, but it drives me to reload each time I die just so I can kill the monstrosities or bandits that happen to have sealed my doom…

Saphrym talked about it on his blog a while back. I waited. But evidently not long enough. This thing has created an itch I have to scratch!

It sucks you in so innocently… You start as a baby, grow up in the Vault, and then start chasing your Father down across the Wasteland. One thing leads to another and you get irradiated, blown up, shot at, eaten, stung, and who knows what else.

The images are clean and crisp (until of course you have radiation poisoning and you start getting blurred vision) and you do your best to not stare at the scenery too long or a sniper might get a lucky shot at you from a hidden position… It’s Oblivion all over again. [sigh]

Lucky for me I’ll get a break when I’m gone to Germany next week. But I’m guessing you’ll be seeing more updates from the Waste before I’m done. 🙂

If you get addicted to video games like Oblivion, stay away from Fallout 3. It’s insanely addictive. Insane. I can stop any time! Any time I say! Ha hahahaha hahahahahahaha!

[Sounds of sirens can be heard as the men in the white suits come to fit me for a snug fitting jacket…]


p.s. Whatever you do, don’t click these links to pick up this game from Amazon!

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  1. This is one of the best games I personally have played in a while. It had 100’s of side quests and a main plot that kept me wanting more. Even though there were some tedious quests, there were a few that really were innovative. I finished it once, and even though tons of hours I will play through again sometime….

    Try it out if you like the rpg type games and you will get sucked in… 3.5 out of 4 for me!

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