Saturday, March 30, 2013

Fallout 3 is the worst game of all time

So I was reading a particularly great Fallout 3 Lets Play recently and noticed some especially obvious plot holes.  Although I have previously decimated the game's story and writing (I use those terms loosely), upon reading this LP I noticed even more problems than I ever had before.  I decided to write them up into a fun, easy-to-read synopsis.  And by that I mean a ridiculously long-winded rant.

The main quest basically has the following path:
  1. Escape Vault 101
  2. Head to Megaton
  3. Learn father has gone to GNR
  4. Go to GNR
  5. Solve GNR's problems with the satellite dish
  6. Learn father went to Rivet City
  7. Go to Rivet City
  8. Talk to Dr. Li to learn father went to Jefferson memorial
  9. Go to Jefferson Memorial
  10. Father isn't there, find note that tells you to go to Vault 112
  11. Go to Vault 112
  12. Go into Tranquility Lane, rescue father
  13. Talk to father, who says we need a GECK to make Project Purity work
  14. Go to Project Purity (Jefferson Memorial)
  15. Kill the Super Mutants there
  16. Do odd jobs for father
  17. After odd jobs, Enclave invades
  18. Kill the Enclave soldiers, father kills himself and sabotages Project Purity
  19. Find Dr. Li and go to Brotherhood of Steel HQ
  20. Brotherhood of Steel guys tell us where to find a GECK, Vault 87
  21. Go to Little Lamplight
  22. Solve Little Lamplight's slaver problems
  23. Go to Vault 87 and rescue Fawkes, find GECK
  24. Get kidnapped by the Enclave
  25. Talk to various people in the Enclave
  26. Escape the Enclave
  27. Go to Brotherhood of Steel HQ
  28. Talk to Elder Lyons and activate Liberty Prime
  29. Stage assault on Project Purity
  30. Destroy Enclave and sacrifice self or Sentinel Lyons to activate the purifier
Now, aside from the constant "your princess is in another castle" stuff, there are quite a few issues that present themselves as you go through the game.  I'd like to discuss just a few of them.
  1. Why does father go to GNR to talk to Three Dog? What could a scientist possibly want with some stupid radio jockey? Was there absolutely any reason? It's not really on the way to the Jefferson Memorial or Rivet City, so were they just old friends and he wanted to catch up with the guy? And that was important enough to put his amazing incredible project on hold? Or did he know that GNR's dish was broken and that if he stopped by, his son would eventually follow and fix it for Three Dog instead of him? What the heck?
  2. Father went to Jefferson Memorial and recorded all those audio logs of him talking to himself. Why? Was he bored and lonely? Did he hope someone would find them and hunt him down? If so why didn't he just leave a note, instead of his long-winded ramblings that nobody else wants to hear?
  3. How did he get into Jefferson Memorial even though it's infested with Super Mutants and hostile auto turrets? I thought father wasn't "much of a fighter" in his words? Did he sneak in? If that's the case why didn't he sneak in later in the game? Wait, so did the Super Mutants know he was there? Were they sent to kill him but arrive too late? Or were they always there? When the Super Mutants learned nobody was there, why didn't they leave? We see they seem to live off of eating human flesh, so if there was no food then why did they bother to fortify and inhabit the place? I'm so foncused.
  4. So it's implied heavily by the dialogue that Dr. Braun, the guy who is controlling Tranquility Lane at Vault 112, is responsible for creating the GECK. Yet there is no lab in Vault 112, no GECK, no nothing. He doesn't talk about it at all. Was he working on the GECK before the war broke out, but rather than taking the GECK for himself (an amazing piece of technology), he ignored it to become king of a VR simulation? Why? Why didn't he use this amazing technology he built to become king of the real world instead? Does he have ADD?
  5. So basically the GECK was retconned into being a magic world-creating device that atomizes everything in a radius to create new life. Okay. Uh, so, uh, why isn't there like, a countdown timer on the GECK? Why does the person who uses it immediately die? Wouldn't that be extremely impractical? Can it be remote-activated?  Why don't we just do that? Do you use a robot or something? What if you like, drop it, does it go off? Whoops, everyone's dead! Wait, if the GECK creates life from nothingness and kills everything around it when activated, couldn't we just wait for the Enclave to use it and kill themselves?  Like a big atom bomb inside a gift-wrapped box?  Why are we trying to get this thing exactly?  Wait, how does a miracle device like this even help us purify water even though it specifically kills everyone and creates new life?
  6. Anyway, so the GECK was created by Dr. Braun, but he doesn't have one, because... no reason. Instead the GECKs were sent out to various Vaults around the country, even though they were very dangerous and probably should have been entrusted to the military or US government and not just random people. The only GECK on the East Coast, apparently, exists in Vault 87, which is an evil cloning lab... thingy for Super Mutants. Who is creating them there? Nobody. Why are they being created? No reason. But more importantly, why would you put the GECK, aka the goddamn GENESIS DEVICE out of Star Trek III, into a Vault that was centered around doing cloning and sick twisted experiments, and which is so heavily irradiated that anyone but mutants are instantly killed when trying to enter? You're telling me that the GECK is a miracle device designed to save everyone, and someone said "hmm, we've only got a few... put it in Vault 101, the control vault where nothing will go wrong? nah, let's put it in the one with insane hostile deadly mutants and radiation everywhere, that's much safer."
  7. Speaking of, let's go locate the GECK. We need to use the computer at the Jefferson Memorial. So let's go! Wait, I thought the scientists wanted to go to the Jefferson Memorial to restart Project Purity? So which is it? Both? Did father lie to us? And when we arrive at Project Purity, instead of father telling us to use a computer and find the GECK, he gets us to do odd jobs for him.  So I guess he is a liar.  Why am I helping this doofus again?  No, "voiced by Liam Neeson" does not make him a good character or mean that I care about him at all.  Whatever. The Enclave invades and father kills himself for his stupid project so we can't learn anything.
  8. Well, now we're screwed, so what now? Oh, let's escape the Enclave invasion and visit the Brotherhood of Steel! Turns out that they have a computer that tells us where the GECK is instead. So basically, instead of going to the dangerous Jefferson Memorial and committing suicide, we could have gone to the big fortified Brotherhood of Steel base and just asked them for help instead.  Well, I guess that would have been good to know in advance.  Why am I playing this game?
  9. Wait, come to think of it, couldn't we just have gone back to the Jefferson Memorial and killed all the Enclave soldiers? I mean, we already had to mow down several of them in order to reach the Project Purity control room to witness father killing himself. Why don't we just, like, kill the rest of them, make our stand there? If we can kill a few with no trouble, why can't we kill a few more? Why are we leaving? Why are we giving them time to reinforce and fortify the location? Can't we send one person as an envoy to the Brotherhood of Steel while the rest of us hunker down and keep the bad guys out? At the end of the game we have to use a big giant robot to get past the Enclave defenses, which are only set up because we waited too long to kick them out. I guess all those Brotherhood of Steel soldiers who helped us fight to get to Project Purity again died for nothing/because we were all idiots.
  10. In Vault 87, we retrieve the GECK with the help of Fawkes. Yay! But then the Enclave knock us out with a magic stun grenade that does not exist anywhere else in the game, and they kidnap us and steal the GECK. Boo! After this, we never see or hear of the GECK ever again. How does the Enclave use the GECK to activate Project Purity? No idea. How did they know how to use it to save Project Purity? No idea. Did Anna Holt tell them, as she admits to blabbing about Project Purity? Maybe, but why would an understudy/lab assistant know a) exactly how Project Purity works, even though she looks too young to have ever worked on it (and I'm pretty sure her backstory says she never did work on it, only with Dr. Li at Rivet City), and b) how would she know how to use this ancient piece of miracle technology to work with another piece of brand-new miracle technology that she shouldn't understand to begin with? Did anyone at Bethesda proofread this or think more than 1 second about it?
  11. In the Enclave base at Raven Rock, Colonel Autumn interrogates us.  If we give him the correct code to Project Purity, we die and lose the game, so we have to lie to him or tell him to piss off.  Why does he kill us after helping him?  Is he so stupid he concludes that we are no use to him after he got the answer to one question, even though we single-handedly found the GECK, resisted an Enclave attack on the Jefferson Memorial, and did all sorts of other impressive stuff?  Apparently, yes, he is that stupid.
  12. Fortunately President Eden intervenes and asks us to come speak with him personally.  Why?  No real reason, except so that we can find out he's actually a computer, which is the most obvious plot twist ever.  Wait, if the Enclave are all "humanity first" then why did they assign a computer to be their President?  And didn't anyone notice that their President apparently lived for like 200 years?  Ah screw it.
  13. While going to visit Eden, Autumn overrides his orders and tells all the Enclave soldiers to attack us.  Why would the Enclave soldiers disregard a direct order from their President, who is also Commander In Chief of their military, for what a simple Colonel says?  Wait, so is Autumn like second in command of the Enclave?  Pretty sure there are more military ranks above Colonel before you get to Commander In Chief.  Does Bethesda not understand how US military ranking works?  Did they not just look it up on Wikipedia before hand?  Or did they just think Colonel sounded cool and didn't bother changing it to something that made sense?  Are Bethesda actually game design and writing geniuses?!  I'll let you decide!  But the answer is no.
  14. When we get to Eden, we find out he is a computer (shock!).  He tells us that with one simple change, the injection of a strain of FEV into the water filters, Project Purity could be modified to kill all mutated life in the Wasteland.  This includes all people, all animals, and probably a good portion of the Enclave too.  Let's think about this for just one second.  What would killing everyone in the Wasteland accomplish?  Isn't this an inefficient plan?  Wouldn't everyone shortly realize the water from the big Enclave purifier was not safe to drink, and would just drink other water, like rainwater or toilet water?  It'd be radioactive, but at least it wouldn't kill them.  Everyone seems to be surviving no problem right now with regular radioactive water anyway, they just need anti-radiation drums/brahmin milk.  Wait, why do people drink water when they can just drink brahmin milk, which Moira Brown specifically says can cure radiation sickness?  Wait, did you say FEV?  Like, the stuff that makes Super Mutants?  Why would FEV kill mutants?  Wouldn't it just mutate everyone even more?  Wait, if you were going to make anti-radiation death syrum , why would you start with FEV, aka the stuff that creates mutants in the first place?
  15. Anyway, it seems like right now Autumn actually has the right idea in staging a coup to overthrow Eden, because Eden is an idiot.  This is proven by the fact that it's possible to convince him he is an idiot and that he should die simply by giving him Bambi eyes.  Of course, we can never side with him, because the game has designated the new bad guy, whereas Eden, the President of the United States and a supercomputer, is just a miniboss exposition info dump.  Why did Bethesda make the President the miniboss, and the dude that is far outranked by the President, Colonel Autumn, the real bad guy?
  16. So now we escape the Enclave base (and meet up with Fawkes on the way, who joins us), which is set to auto destruct.  Why is it set to auto destruct?  Why would you destroy this incredible repository of technology and science, and kill all these people?  How is this in any way productive or useful?  Can't we just not blow up the base, and reap all its benefits to advance humanity into a new golden age?  I'll bet all this stuff the Enclave has could be used to solve all sorts of problems.  Hunger, disease, hostile mutants... oh right, explosions are cool, forgot.
  17. When we get out of the Enclave base and return to the Brotherhood of Steel, we learn that Project Purity is seized by the Enclave and that we have to stop them before they press a big red button to turn it on and get clean water for everyone.  Remember, Autumn thought that Eden's plan was stupid and just wants to activate the Purifier to get clean water going.  First of all, let's ignore the fact that this would all be unnecessary if we had just fought back against the Enclave and fortified the Jefferson Memorial earlier.  Autumn is a bad guy because the game says he is a bad guy, but all he wants to do is give clean water to everyone in the Wasteland.  Furthermore, unless we were morons, we turned down Eden's offer, so wouldn't that make us a friend of Autumn, because we both want the same thing for everyone?  Why can't we team up with him and help him out?  He should have figured out by now, after we single-handedly destroyed the entire Enclave base, that we're bad business.  And with a Brotherhood army supporting us, why is he even trying anymore?
  18. The Brotherhood of Steel convince us that the Enclave must be stopped before they activate Project Purity.  Why?  So the Enclave want to press a button to give everyone clean water, which will instantly cause some sort of problem for everyone in the wasteland?  Or do the Brotherhood of Steel just want to be the ones to press the button instead?  Why do we have to go fight the Enclave now?  Wait, why are the Brotherhood of Steel considered the good guys anyway?  All they did was tell us where Vault 87 was and have done absolutely nothing for the people of the wasteland.  Meanwhile all the Enclave did was try to get Project Purity back online.  Sure, they used a little force to persuade us to help, but maybe they had no other choice given their circumstances.  Why can't I join with them again?  Is it because they have evil-looking helmets?  That means they're bad guys, I guess.  Grr, we're gonna get you, rawr!  Is this a Scooby Doo cartoon?
  19. To fight the Enclave and break through the force fields they erected on the road to the Jefferson Memorial in the time we were wasting, the Brotherhood of Steel activate a massive old abandoned US military robot called Liberty Prime, which looks like it's out of an old Transformers cartoon.  Where did this robot come from?  Where did they find it?  Was it already in the Pentagon when they set up their headquarters there, or did they drag it there piece by piece?  Why would anyone make such a colossally pointless robot when they could just make a bunch of tanks for far less money and effort?  Liberty Prime has a whole bunch of patriotic jingoistic propaganda quotes that he constantly spouts, so are you sure this isn't just some big pro-US military promotional device?  And not an armored weapons platform?  Which you apparently can't even control properly because it has its own AI?  Wait, if the Enclave are the remnants of the US government and Liberty Prime was made by the US government, then why does Liberty Prime fight the Enclave with us?  Shouldn't he instantly start killing all the Brotherhood of Steel soldiers and trashing their base?  Oh right, he's our friend because just because, stop asking questions damn it.
  20. So we go to Project Purity, kill Autumn, and then in order to activate it, we have to sacrifice ourselves, Sentinel Lyons, or tell Fawkes to do it because he's immune to radiation.  Oh wait, we can't tell Fawkes to do it unless we paid 10 dollars, my bad.  So uh, exactly why do we have to activate Project Purity now if the chamber is irradiated?  Can't we repair the damage from the outside and just wait for it to become safe again?  Wait, why is the chamber radioactive?  I thought the point of Project Purity was to purify radiation from water, why is it leaking radiation out?  Does it have some sort of big tank where it stores radiation, and it has a hole in it?  Why would this hole vent directly into the control room of all places, but nowhere else?  Did idiots design this device?  Wait, so we have enough time to type in the code to activate Project Purity (several seconds at least), but there was far more radiation in Vault 87's GECK room.  Why can't we just use RadAway on this radiation like we could in Vault 87?  Is this some kind of special radiation that isn't affected by RadAway?  Like, microwaves or something?  Why would the Project Purity control room be a giant microwave oven?  Wait, so even if we sacrifice ourselves to re-activate Project Purity, wouldn't it be kind of pointless to do so if we can't ever access the control room ever again without sacrificing another person?  That seems pretty stupid.  Wait, so the control room actually keeps the radiation inside from seeping outside.  That means that someone must have built the control room to stop radiation from leaking out somehow.  So did they know that radiation could leak inside the control room and kill everyone inside?  Why did they come up with such an idiotic design?  Hold on, wait.  Why is there no failsafe?  Are you telling me that these people made Project Purity dangerously radioactive, and never built a backup mechanism to shut it down in the clearly foreseen event that it would fail and release deadly radiation upon everyone inside the control room?


  1. The ending annoyed me to no end but I never really thought about the other parts (other than Eden being too easily disposed with). The other bits didn't register with me, probably because I usually did the story missions last and explored or did side quests first. Most of what I took from FO3 was the sandbox exploring bits and that's what I treasure mostly. FNV was much better in offering you multiple scenarios.

    1. The game gets a lot of mileage out of the fact that it's open-ended - when you aren't paying close attention and have a side quest or new area to explore every 20 minutes, you don't realize that nothing in the story makes any sense whatsoever, or that the universe and characters constantly contradict themselves.

      Fallout 3 did have some strengths as a sandbox game (not so much in real gameplay mechanics, many of which were badly balanced, badly implemented or just not fun), but it did at least get the "new things to see and do every few minutes" thing down. That said, New Vegas also did it way, way better, and it did so with far better quests, writing, world design, game design, systems and mechanics, and so on.

    2. Yes, but it seems FO3 is still liked more than FNV (anecdotally to me at least).

      Pointing out the flaws in FO3 now has me worried for FO4 as development's back with Bethesda whereas FNV was Obsidian.

  2. Omg wtf my comment didn't post I had a good amount typed >:(. Well a short version remake an acount/save and pay attention the r very clear y everythin happend everythin u posted is quite clear on purpose and reaaosns ldike the notes ges a scientist j need say no more and fawkes said its most likly fatal to humans its not actually fatal to the lone wanderer shure if ur in there for a min or two u will die but ull be stop posting rants wen u havmy sucseuflully paud atention besides moriarty from moriartys salloon in megaton tells u exactly y he went to 3dog or as I prefer dj pon3... but yea my refrences r multiple play threws and I got almost all the achevoments and unlike u I paid attentioni didn't just play I lived it like as if I was da caricyer makes it more fun plus them its more than easy to pay attetion wen peeps r talkin to u its easy all thr same but jts more interesting so stop ranting wuthout the facts u just look dumb now I do not look to insult or cause anger I'm just sayin to pay more attetion in ur games u play especially if ur gana rant about the games btw ranting is definetly not the way to get urself into a gameing company esslecjaly wen ur post isn't accurate at all

  3. Altight one last commknent remeber before u wen ti the brother hood of steel DAD SACRIFICED himself so the enlcave wouldn lern his knowledge and to buy u and the other scientists time to escape he did that by flooding it full of radiation and u went out cuz of a pulse or something dang u didn't pay any attention did u? Well either way stop ranting without sucsecfully playing the game firsr and paying proper attention now haave a good day and stop putting out false info that's how good games get brought down or runed like runescape used to be amazing (personal opinion) now its just not wat it used to be no longer has the runescape in it(feel of many rs players (global)) (refrence sstudy I did to c happy apeal and opinion of rs players on the updates like eoc=evolution of combat)

  4. Wait last one now um post 13 I think about the modifeied fev virius if u listend tk eden he said that it kills all mutated life tk begin anew in a way he is perfectly reasonable and makes perfect since but its an.extreme way and the virius only affects mutated life so peeps like vault 101 residents would be perfectly fine as would be the enclave h really need to pay more attention oh and wen h post blogs with info even wen its mot accurate like this one post that there's spoilers jnesercary but its the respecfull thing to dk oh yea if u wish to comment ill prob not be visting this page a second time so u can ckntact me at if u decide to contact me please be civial were all himan beings here and if hr not well that's cool 2 and again I wish to cause no offense but u should pay more attention before posting and have a good day

    1. I find it amusing that the person who writes "u should pay more attention before posting" has so many writing errors.

      I found it really difficult to read your comments, your spelling needs a lot of work and you write in this solid wall of text. Work on your spelling if you want people to take your views seriously.

      You may have a point in there but I simply have no interest in trying to read it all.

    2. [DISCLAIMER: I am not demonic2782, I'm just bored. His comments also seem SUPER disjointed. He jumps around all over the place, never sticking to one topic. For the record, I love the article, and I think demonic2782 is a twat, but I'm going to try to translate his comments into something coherent so that you can respond.]

      Start the story fresh with a new character and pay attention. They are very clear about why everything happened. Everything you posted is explained in the game through dialogue with characters or through notes.

      Fawkes said the control room is most likely fatal to humans; it's not actually fatal to the Lone Wanderer. Sure, if you're in there for a minute or two you will die but you'll be okay otherwise. Stop posting rants when you haven't successfully paid attention.

      Moriarty from Megaton tells you exactly why your father went to GNR to see Three-Dog.

      Remember before you went to the Citadel, your father sacrificed himself so that the Enclave wouldn't learn his knowledge, and to buy you time to escape? He did that by flooding the control room full of radiation, but at the end of the game you were knocked out by a pulse or something; you didn’t pay any attention, did you?

      In regards to point #13, the issues with Eden’s Modified FEV. If you listened to President Eden, he said that it kills all mutated life to begin anew. In a way, he is perfectly reasonable and makes perfect sense, but his solution is an extreme one. The virus only affects mutated life, so people free from mutations, such as the Vault 101 residents as well as the Enclave, would be perfectly fine.

      My references are multiple play-throughs and I've completed almost all of the achievements and, unlike you, I paid attention. I didn't just play the game, I lived it as if I were the character, which makes it more fun, as well as making it easier to pay attention when people are talking to you. It's easy all the same, but it's more interesting, so stop ranting without the facts you just look dumb.

      Now, I do not look to insult or cause anger, I'm just saying to pay more attention in the games you play especially if you're going to rant about the games. Besides, ranting is definitely not the way to get yourself into a gaming company especially when your post isn't accurate at all.

      Either way, stop ranting without playing the game first and paying proper attention. Now have a good day and stop putting out false info that's how good games get brought down or ruined.

      If you wish to reply, I’ll probably not be visiting this page a second time. You can contact me at if you wish to contact me, but please be civil.

  5. 1. James went to Three Dog because Three Dog knew everything about the wasteland, and James had been gone for 20 years and needed someone to fill him in on whats happened. Three Dog even tells you this is why James came to him.

    2. Its common practice for scientists to record all their thoughts and actions while working on a project for later review. That way people can re-create their work, or find where they wen't wrong.

    3. James snuck in the first time, and he didn't the second time because, unlike the first time, he knew he was going to be able to get Li and her team to help him, and you can't have an entire team of scientist sneaking around while trying to fix the machine.

    4. Braun actually does talk about the GECK, you can ask him about it in the simulation, and he says he doesn't care about the GECK because "why remake the old world when you can make infinite new ones".

    5. The Lone Wanderer has no idea how to work the GECK. him just hitting random buttons and it exploding in his face is not the intended use of the device.

    6.-Braun doesn't have one because he never intended to leave his vault.
    -The Vault experiment was designed to fuck with people, that's why they gave them dangerous GECK devices. -The Super Mutants are making more of themselves in Vault 87, not no one.
    -The Super mutants make more of themselves because of animal instincts of self-preservation.
    -As mentioned before, the vault system was designed to fail, so putting a GECK in Vault 87 fits in with the irony.

    7. Project purity does both? is it wrong for one place to have more then one function? I dont see how PP being having two functions is somehow a plot-hole.

    8. The BoS abandoned the first Project Purity, because it didn't work, and doesn't let anyone into their base. James knew this, and so didn't advise it.

    9. Because the BoS isn't willing to commit their men to death trying to kill an enemy who is more powerful then them in order to reclaim a non-functioning water purifier. Elder Lyons himself states that the Enclave are just likely to give up on it in time since it doesn't work.

    10.-Its not a magic grenade -The same way your father was going to -Why would Anna Holt not have been told how PP works when she, you know, was supposed to be working on it?

  6. 11. Why on god's green earth would colonial Autumn believe you had any use to him after you already got the GECK for him, and gave him the prufier code? How does killing the one person, you, who has the biggest grudge against The Enclave and Autumn, because they, you know, killed your father, and had the best shot and stopping the Enclave, make Autumn stupid?

    12. He actually says he wanted to talk to you because he knew Autumn was going to betray him, and he believed you were the last chance he had at making his FEV virus plan work.

    13. The Enclave soldiers follow Autumn because they actually SEE him, he is out there on the front lines, fighting alongside them. Eden is just a voice, is it REALLY that hard to understand why they have more respect for autumn? Also, the game is set in an alternate universe, real-world military ranks have no bearing on anything.

    14. -The FEV wouldn't kill the Enclave -The FEV water would eventually spread and infect the ground water, and rain water.
    -You cant just make that much brahmin milk, as brahmin are in short supply.
    -The FEV would kill mutants because its another strain off FEV, designed to kill other strains of FEV.

    15. Because Autumn was the real badguy? They kind of established that when he, you know, got your father killed.

    16. It isn't set to auto-destruct. Eden blows it up if you convince him to kill himself, but if you dont kill him, it doesn't.

    17. Autumn wants to use the water purifier to enslave the people of the wasteland by blackmailing them to join the Enclave or die. That is NOt your goal, which is to give water to everyone in the wasteland freely. Killing eden doesn't make you Autumn's friend, it just means you both had a mutal enemy. The BoS aren't trying to enslave the wasteland via blackmail, which is why they are good-guys.

    18. Is answered in 17 as well.

    19. It was in the Pentagon when they got there? the tell you this like 10 times in dialog, and it was built by Rbco, and General Atomics, again, also stated in dialog. The BoS also reprogrammed Liberty Prime to fight The Enclave. The comuter terminal RIGHT IN FRONT OF IT, even says the ywere tinkering with the AI.

    20. Doctor Li specifically tells you when you get to the control room that due to damage sustained during the attack, and possible encalve sabotage, that the purifier is building up, and will explode if you dont rlease the pressure by activating it now. You cant just wait to fix it.

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  8. Sajuuk Khar explained it all. And no, Fallout is far from the "worst game ever".

    1. Oh, and to add: as the fellow said with many typing errors, pay attention...

  9. Okay, quite frankly the prick who wrote this blog must've been high off his horse when he wrote this! I agree with Sajuuk Khar on this. The logic to fallout three is right in front of your face, but you need to know where to look! In my opinion the fallout franchises are incredible! They have an amusing storyline, and a fun sandbox feel! But saying they are the worst game ever Is taking it a bit far!