Fallout 3

Fallout 3

  • Publisher
    Bethesda Softworks LLC
  • Developer
    Bethesda Game Studios
  • Release date
    28 Oct 2008

Vault-Tec engineers have been working nonstop on an intelligent propagation of post-atomic life in the no man's land that you can appreciate from the security of your dugout. This recreation incorporates a broad world, one of a kind fights, an amazingly reasonable look, a great deal of choice alternatives and an unbelievably assorted cast of various characters. Consistently is a battle for endurance against the abhorrences of the outside world - radiation, super freaks and unfriendly, transformed animals. From Vault-Tec, America's first decision for post-atomic reenactment. Boundless opportunity! Appreciate the picture and sound universe of the primary no man's land! Watch the extraordinary landmarks of the United States in their dystopian rot! You settle on the choices that imprint out the qualities of your character and change the world. Just don't neglect to watch out for your radiation meter! Experience SPECIAL! The architects from Vault-Tec offer you the most recent in ability recreation - the SPECIAL character framework! With new achievements in the point-based capacity show, SPECIAL empowers the boundless customization of your character. This incorporates many one of a kind aptitudes and moves up to browse, each with a stunning exhibit of impacts! Incredible new possibilities! The wizards of Vault-Tec have done it once more! Quit being attached to only one point of view and experience the world from a first-individual or outsider viewpoint. Change the view to your desires with a solitary snap! The intensity of decision! Do you feel like a treacherous scalawag today or do you feel like a kind Samaritan? Settle on one side or pick the center way, on the grounds that each circumstance can be managed in an assortment of ways. Discussion about your issues in an enlightened manner or let your plasma firearm talk. Overwhelm your rivals with VATS! Parity the odds in battle with the assistance of the Vault-Tec Assisted Match Acquisition System for your Pip-Boy 3000! Tanks permits you to stop the battle, target explicit pieces of your opponent's body, line up assaults, and let Vault-Tec remove your hostilities. Sow passing and pulverization in a totally different, film like introduction. Overpowering man-made consciousness! At Vault-Tec, we realize that people are the way to restoring progress after a worldwide atomic war. That's why our best minds got together and built up another, complex rendition of the Radiant AI, America's first decision in recreating human association. Outward appearances, signals, special exchange aptitudes and exact conduct are united gratitude to the most recent Vault-Tec innovation and in this way empower astounding outcomes. Stunning magnificence! *: Witness the harsh consequence of atomic fallouts, introduced in uncommon extravagance HD designs quality, from unwelcoming no man's land to Washington DC workplaces and metro burrows overflowing with risk to the frightful sight of a freak face. * Safety glasses prescribed.

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AGM score 90%
IGN 8.8
GameSpot 9
Metacritic 91
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xfire
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sequel
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drugs
doctor
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a.i. companion
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cloud
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licensed soundtrack
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hero's single parent
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tree
mind control
original soundtrack release
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message on the wall
instant death
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cigar
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cake
gibs
genocide
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industrial level
plasma rifle
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hotkey
thermonuclear weapon
doomsday clock
hunting
flamethrower
armor
ak-47
nuclear war
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character creation
compass bar
speedtree
breath meter
meme origin
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gamebryo 2.5
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insanity
apocalypse
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good vs evil
katana
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toilet
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knife
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male antagonist
subtitled silence
theft
level cap
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psychopaths
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sealing your own fate
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redemption
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adamantium
kill quest
naru punch
xbox 360 controller support for pc
apple
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cowboy hat
games that ask you to "press start" but will accept other buttons
bullet time
throwing weapons
mask
durability
animal companions
healing food
cooldowns
flaming weapon
player owned houses
light bloom
fire manipulation
two-handed weapons
waypoint
beard
descendants of other characters
dog
balloon
top hat
street light
over the shoulder
cup
shelf
corpse
double barreled shotgun
facial hair
vending machine
confirm menu choices
zoom
games on demand
high definition graphics
getting stuck in geometry
collector's edition
enemy tagging
gore system
dismemberment
improvised weapon
sawed-off shotgun
headshot
camera following projectile
frag grenade
trilogy
henchmen
heavy
normal mapping
stunt casting
never-ending
sequel is in a different genre
quest tracking
alcoholic beverages
drunk character
hair physics
chainsaw
time travel
murder
flowers
quiz
trash can
sunglasses
bathtub
frying pan
eyepatch
white noise
cardboard box
photo
sink
stuffed animal
desk
fountain
escalator
cowardly enemies
using dialogue to avoid combat
lgbt
couch
bulletin board
falling sequence
bowl
refrigerator
bucket
water cooler
experiments gone awry
mailbox
sunset
revolver
oven
dress
jukebox
bomb disposal
comic sans
minigames
auto-save
drowning
giant enemy crab
wolf
fingerless gloves
circle-strafing
more than two eyes
blood
vampire
sex
racism
wine
game of the year edition
plate
spoon
falling damage
perks
first person melee
multiple gameplay perspectives
decapitation
death of a salesman
bribery
interactive environments
high dynamic range
dolby digital
stealth kill
bandit
hobo
cannibalism
street sign
from zero to hero
pickpocketing
lock picking
lock picks
sweeping vista
texture pop-in
repetitive chitchat
sociopath
fully customizable controls
alignment
pseudo non-linear
open-air preaching
immersive sim
pc to console port
nomads
radiant a.i.
point of no return achievements
jet
ambient wildlife
screen splatter
dust
world war iii
hacking
hide and seek
tooth
luck
scorpions
sexualized women
skill points
extreme violence
mutilated corpse
blood splatter
protagonist death
giant killing
goatee
usable detached body parts
e3 2008
motorcycle
bounty hunter
building
torture
camera
scissors
pencil
fedora hat
cash register
cow
mayor
fake in-game advertising
radio
reputation
baton
lawnmower
quicksaving
office chair
clock
calendar
loading screen advice
phone
electric fan
valve
broom
underwear
belt
stop sign
video game characters that play video games
banned
addiction
enemy sniper
wardrobe
power line
file cabinet
fire hydrant
skyscraper
billboard
spiked knuckles
mohawk
postbox
luggage
motorcycle helmet
enemy reaction
light up crosshair
garden gnome
coffee maker
canned food
watch
silencer
matress
lock
satellite dish
gas mask
radio tower
censored version
vigilante
rich snob
spatula
prostitution
persistent bullet holes
sidewalk
gunslinger
microtransaction
syringe
profanity
disarm
first person map reading
sandbag
injury
resourceful dogs
hostile a.i.
ash
basketball
robot
teddy bear
locker
steel chair
knuckles
bible
first-person regain consciousness
hologram
pick your gender
audio logs
the future
scientist
invisible wall
energy weapons
role-playing shooter
power armor
dog tag
invisibility
robots with a sense of humor
bartender
a.i. construct
barks
something is up in this small town
redshirt
biblical quotes
missile launcher
incendiary ammunition
machinima
recycled characters
superweapon
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re-spec
parallax mapping
changing race
shotgun shells
trees with facelike features
development hell
christianity
theme song
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cybernetics
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hockey mask
child art
brain
rubble
pills
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needle
bizarre weapons
brass knuckles
nail
environmental kill
goggles
stock up area
tin can
wig
monster infighting
developer console
severed limbs
agile mutant/undead enemy
energy cell
radar
plasma grenade
outside of the map
secondary weapons
mothership
remote mines
mauser c96
automap
inventory loss
enemies from stasis chambers
plasma
sequel by a different developer
taste of power
satire
hunting rifle
havok physics
heterochromia
capital city
uranium
assist
ray gun
screenshots
black-and-white
diary
decay
chemistry
tutorial
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aggro
rake
secret document
hunting trophy
no clip
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boar
psycho villagers
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warping
sitting down
oversized vermin
aberrant a.i. behaviour
uncanny valley
plot armor
memorial
vestigial items
roaming the countryside
rebels
e3 2007
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soft drink
magnum
formal clothing
less-lethal weapons
multiple ammo types
propaganda
railgun
jumpsuit
limb targeting
body regeneration
stealth camouflage
keypad lock
h&k g3
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spike video game awards 2008
the end is the beginning
blaster
pausable real time combat
plasma gun
trench coat
non-linear storytelling
ghoul
tape recorder
waking up captured
alternate history
combat knife
tesla coil
jump scare moment
substance abuse benefit
cereal
inebriation
bust
mid-game haircut
chinese accent
violin
whiskey
cockroach
ashtray
exploding props
coat rack
functional faucet
pool cue
securom
5.56mm round
applause
pax 2008
irish accent
retro future
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globe
pallet
shopping cart
laboratory apparatus
clipboard
code writing
scotch
achievement hitching
baseball
operating an operating system
radiator
baby carriage
sledgehammer
chalkboard
toolbox
steroids
personality quiz
sheriff
projector screen
loss of consciousness
lever-action rifle
lab coat
lead pipe
workbench
generator
microscope
debilitated movement
bobblehead
self-destructing character
baseball glove
terraforming
crying babies
games for windows - live
fuse
interior decorating
dart
pool table
vacuum cleaner
retrievable traps
persistent corpses
radiation suit
tutorials disguised as diagnostics
disposable pick
cinder block
toaster
anguish
exploding head
examination table
centaur
scripted death
vise
health drink
weapon workshops
chessboard
keyring
mop
ants
virtual pet
scalpel
plunger
combat dialogue
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presidential candidate
harmonica
seashell
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iron
guns and bullets
crouch jump
mannequin
bubblegum
x-ray picture
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nailgun
tricycle
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turpentine
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invasion of the usa
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missing relative
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no before yes
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mole
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bobby pin
fire ant
ending change post-release
non-linear plot
spork
nuclear holocaust
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fire hose cabinet
slide projector
plasma cannon
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lunch box
animal sidekick
special system
mister handy
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nuka-cola
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.32 pistol
fat man
enclave
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deathclaw
brotherhood of steel
vault-tec assisted targeting system
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yao guai
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the terrible shotgun
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iguana-on-a-stick
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med-x
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.308 caliber round
5mm round
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big book of science
chinese army: special ops training manual
d.c. journal of internal medicine
duck and cover!
nikola tesla and you
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smith & wesson model 29
drum magazine
game developers choice awards 2009
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lyons' pride
west tek
resource wars
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red ryder bb. gun
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aqua pura
xuanlong assault rifle
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lincoln's repeater
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colonel autumn's 10mm pistol
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.32 caliber round
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ol' painless
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giddyup buttercup
rock-it launcher
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r91 assault rifle
h&k msg90
paddle steamer
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About Fallout 3

Fallout 3 is released by Bethesda Softworks LLC in 28 Oct 2008. The game is designed by Bethesda Game Studios. Fallout 3 is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing Fallout 3 is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Fallout 3 will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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The story

This section tells the history of the world of Fallout 3

The introductory sequence introduces the player to their character's father James, a doctor and scientist in Vault 101. James frequently makes comments about the player character's deceased mother Catherine, and her favorite Bible passage, Revelation 21:6, which speaks of "the waters of life". The main quest begins after the player is forced to flee Vault 101 when James leaves the vault, throwing it into anarchy and causing the paranoid Overseer to send his security force after the player. The search for James takes the character on a journey through the Wasteland, first to the nearby town of Megaton, named for the undetonated atomic bomb at the center of town, then the Galaxy News Radio station, whose enthusiastic DJ Three Dog gives the player the moniker of "The Lone Wanderer". The player travels to Rivet City, a derelict aircraft carrier now serving as a fortified human settlement. Here the player meets Doctor Li, a scientist who worked alongside the player's father. Doctor Li informs the player of Project Purity, a plan conceived by Catherine and James to purify all the water in the Tidal Basin and eventually the entire Potomac River with a giant water purifier built in the Jefferson Memorial. However, continued delays and Catherine's death during childbirth put an end to the project, and James took the player's character as a newborn to raise them in the safety of Vault 101. After investigating the Jefferson Memorial, the Lone Wanderer tracks James to Vault 112, and frees him from a virtual reality program being run by the Vault's sadistic Overseer, Dr. Braun. James and the player return to Rivet City, and James reveals he sought out Braun for information on the Garden of Eden Creation Kit (G.E.C.K.), a device that contains the components needed to finally activate Project Purity. James and Doctor Li lead a team of Rivet City scientists to the memorial with intent to restart the project, but the memorial is invaded by the Enclave, a powerful military organization formed from the remnants of the pre-War United States government. James floods the project's control room with radiation to stop the Enclave military leader, Colonel Augustus Autumn, from taking control of it, killing himself (but Autumn survives), his last words urging his child to run. The Lone Wanderer and Dr. Li flee to the ruins of the Pentagon, now a base for the Brotherhood of Steel and now known as the Citadel. With Project Purity still inoperational even with the Enclave occupying the site, the player travels to Vault 87 to find a G.E.C.K. and finish James's work. The player finds the Vault to be a testing site for the FEV (Forced Evolutionary Virus), and the source of the Super Mutants in the Capital Wasteland. After the player acquires the G.E.C.K., the Wanderer is ambushed by the Enclave and captured. At the Enclave base at Raven Rock, the player is freed from their cell by the Enclave leader, President John Henry Eden, who requests a private audience with them. En route to his office however, Colonel Autumn defies Eden's orders and takes command of the Enclave military, ordering them to kill the player. Fighting their way to Eden's office, the player discovers Eden is actually a sentient ZAX series supercomputer who took control of the Enclave after their defeat in Fallout 2 on the West Coast thirty years ago. Eden wishes to repeat the plan of then-President Dick Richardson using Project Purity, infecting the water with a modified strain of FEV that will make it toxic to any mutated life. This plan will kill most life in the wasteland including humans, but the Enclave, due to their genetic "purity" as a result of their isolation, will be immune and free to take control of the area. The Wanderer, provided with a sample of the new F.E.V., is given a choice to either leave peacefully or convince Eden to self-destruct the entire base. The Lone Wanderer escapes Raven Rock and returns to the Citadel. With the knowledge they possess, the G.E.C.K. and the means to activate Project Purity, the Brotherhood assault the Jefferson Memorial, spearheaded by a giant robot named Liberty Prime. In the control room of Project Purity the player confronts Colonel Autumn, and has the choice to persuade him to give up or kill him. Dr. Li informs the player that the purifier is ready to be activated, but the activation code must be input manually, and also that the control room is flooded with lethal amounts of radiation. The Lone Wanderer is forced to choose between sending Sarah Lyons of the Brotherhood inside the extremely irradiated purifier or entering themselves. Whoever enters into the chamber inputs the code hinted at through the game, that being 21:6, and dies from a radiation spike.

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