Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Fallout 3 ... the first 30 minutes

Fallout 3 arrived yesterday afternoon in the mail but I didn't get to play it till around 10 p.m. after a session of COD5 with my old friends.

Switching from a fast pace FPS game to an RPG game is really a drag at first but I finally calm downed after a few minutes into the game.

I've finished the initial distribution of my stats and honestly I have no idea what I was doing. Still undecided wether to boost my physical attributes frst or the hacking/stealth ones. I guess I'll find out later when it's too late hah.

I first started out as a baby setting up your character's physical trait then to toddler distributing my stats. Later on it was my 10th bday, meeting new characters and the introduction of some of the game's mechanics.

Then I'm a 16 year old taking an aptitude test to determine what kind of job I would hold ... I was told I was going to be a chaplain! Maybe it was because I answered all the questions of what a "good" citizen would say. I don't know if I can take the test again.

The last part where I saved was I'm 20 something years old who just woke up realizing that I need to run for my life! I saved at that point and called it a night.

Things are looking interesting so far. I prolly won't have time tonight since it's raid time.


Darraxus said...

Fallout 1 and 2 were two of my all time favorites. I really want to try 3, but cant pry myself away from WoW. Let me know how it is.

Brandon said...

Fallout 3 is one of the best games Ive ever played. It is that good. The thing with F3 is the main branching storyline is good and it will keep you entertained. But its the numerous side quests you find and people you meet that make the game awesome. Ive been playing it for months and still haven't completed the main branching storyline because I'm always running around doing other stuff lol.

Esdras said...

Havent played it before.

The game i played before wow was eve online.

Before that was sports games like ISS or Tiger woods on my playstation.