Fallout’s Future

The Fallout franchise has gone from strength to strength since Bethesda have gotten their grubby mitts all over it, and going on the success that was the Oblivion series it’s no surprise that Fallout turned out so well. This is a team of people who can take their time over making their games, and it really shows. The DLC that followed Fallout’s main...

Fallout 3: review

Format: PS3 (version reviewed) Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Bethesda Developer: Bethesda Players: 1 Site:http://fallout.bethsoft.com/ One of the things that scared the hell out of people not long ago was the threat of nuclear war. The knowledge of weapons so powerful they could wipe a city out in the blink of an eye had people living in real fear. In the...

Fallout 3 DLC : Mothership Zeta : review

Format: PS3 (version reviewed) 360, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Bethesda Developer: Bethesda Players: 1 Site: http://fallout.bethsoft.com/ The mother ship announces itself in proper alien fashion by sucking you up into its guts with an abduction beam. You are then poked, prodded and probed (read: violated!) proper alien style. Mmm, that’ll get your...

Fallout 3 DLC: Point Lookout: review

Format: PS3 (version reviewed), PC, 360 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Bethesda Developer: Bethesda Players: 1 Site: http://fallout.bethsoft.com/ A boat has docked down near The Citadel. The boatman’s keen for you to take a trip, will you? Of course you will! Row, row, row your boat, gently down the streeeam… As you arrive at Point Lookout the...

Fallout 3 DLC : The Pitt: review

Format: PS3 (version reviewed), 360, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Bethesda Developer: Bethesda Players: 1 Site: http://fallout.bethsoft.com Bodies hanging from the bridge lines, check. City sky-line steeped in red cloud and smog, check. Fire belching from buildings reaching far into the night sky, check. Mass slavery and depression, yup,...