Fallout 3 reviews round-up #92

Discussion in 'NMA News and Information' started by Per, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. Per

    Per Vault Consort Staff Member Admin

    Apr 1, 2004
    As Bob reached the end of the reviews round-up, it occurred to him that he might never again read a badly translated snippet of an Italian Fallout 3 review in his entire life. At first this instilled in him an inexplicable sadness, then a couple of rogue wallabies bit his leg.

    Cyberludus, 9.5.<blockquote>For the rest we have a game characterized from an immense freedom, sonorous diagram and being involved, guaranteed longevity and a design that to say inspired is to say little. They are tantissimi the elements that have been omitted in this book review, and perhaps would not be enough an entire review in order to describe them all: Fall-out has in fact the pregio of the detail, the pregio not to leave nothing the case, the pregio to place this that must be in a determined place in that place. Fall-out. The name says all.</blockquote>NextPlay, 9.5.<blockquote>Fall-out 3 maintains the promises without to disappoint nobody. Fan of the old date and puristi of the role game will be happy for riscoprire this historical saga, here to the maximum of its splendor.

    Sin for those light technical slobbers and the even most original weft (more dispersive that other) that they do not make to catch up l ’ excellence to a title it that, thus com ’ is not, catches up however levels of fascination, indeed exaggerated involvement and depths.</blockquote>La maschera riposta, 5/5.<blockquote>Once again Bethesda has made center, and this time the forecasts were not all to its favor. To construct a new Fall-out leaving from a motor of game and a philosophy practically opposite to the glorious series of the Interplay lamented appeared opportunely like a deprived of hope enterprise, nearly taking in turn in the comparisons of the fans. Nevertheless the end product is Fall-out in every its part: it is so Fall-out that if it were not entitled thus would appear a plagio clearly and would end nearly sure in court.</blockquote>Mtv.it, 5/5.<blockquote>Exploring which had landscapes but also evocative (the acclimatizations are beautifulst), learn to muoverti, to socialize and to fight. The depth of game is extraordinary: “Fall-out 3” is immense, full of personages and monster of every free type and from any tie legacy to the weft, it goes if you not to follow it.</blockquote>GdR Blog.<blockquote>It is truly an extraordinary game. Splendid diagram, the much beautiful png, beautifulst converses and even the weft, than often comes a little neglected, is instead beautiful and being involved.

    For sure backs Fall-out 3 it is one of the more faithful continuations to the chapters them precedence, and is remained faithful also changing many things. It seems of fact to ago breathe the same air of 10 years.

    Also the end is much beautiful one, or perhaps I would have to say “ARE a lot bellI”, the boys of Bethesda in fact have previewed beyond 200 various ends. The end in fact is a film composed from several clip and comes mounted based on the actions that you have completed during the course of the game.</blockquote>Ars Ludica blog.<blockquote>Fall-out 3 is butter very spalmato with many hard jolts.

    Fall-out 3 is not Fall-out 3 but it could not that to be thus.

    It is a capolavoro, perhaps, but it is not Fall-out 3.</blockquote>Fantascienza, 5/5.<blockquote>This is a new Fall-out all, even if the sviluppatori, in forces under consideration in charge of Oblivion, from which it inherits the technology, has been engaged in order not to betray the spirit of the series, between the praised wonders of the dead Black Isle.

    The last hard work of Bethesda Softworks gives back to a game of monumental role, in which they converge the tradition of the sort, but also the spirit cinematographic and more spiccatamente adventurous of the videogame contemporary. This time, but, for the happiness of the fans of long date, the fundamental ones have not been particularly made a dent in the search of greater dinamicità and 3 Fall-outs conserve all the elements symbol of the belongings family.</blockquote>ETMagazine, 89.<blockquote>After that wonder of Mass Effect, true point of reference for analogous trekkie and, and raffinatissimo the Bioshock, arrives with 3 Fall-outs the other maximum weight to infoltire rpg the skis-fi in circulation. Although or less successful of the three, and less it originates them, the enormous scenografico job and cartographic of Bethesda it makes of this title it in the long term an investment, an optimal one tito it and a beautiful experience that the respect for a title maintains to high historical it as 1997 were Fall-out in (the less memorable titles them to follow). Interesting even if perfectible the unknown system that mixture real time and turns in the combat. An postatomic version of Oblivion, with all the merits and the reservoirs of the case.</blockquote>
  2. TheRatKing

    TheRatKing Vault Dweller

    Oct 7, 2008
    Sure it does buddy.

    Oh I wholeheartedly agree. The weft in Fallout 3 is of most original work, and I might just go so far as to call it beautiful.

    Translation: THEY LIED.

    Is this some sort of poem, what little I understand makes so much sense!
  3. Per

    Per Vault Consort Staff Member Admin

    Apr 1, 2004
    "Capolavoro" means "masterpiece", it's a word that shows up in a lot of Italian reviews. There is only one R in "capolavoro".
  4. bhlaab

    bhlaab Where'd That 6th Toe Come From?

    Oct 30, 2008
    preach it, ars
  5. Beelzebud

    Beelzebud A Smooth-Skin

    Mar 6, 2008
    Has anyone ever called them on their lie about the 200 endings?

    I've never seen an interview where someone asked them how in the hell they came up with that figure.
  6. 4too

    4too Vault Senior Citizen

    Apr 30, 2003
    Matters Of Taste

    Matters Of Taste

    This is a kinder, gentler spin on the pitch.

    This little scenario of certifying authenticity recalled the old commercials touting
    that a whipped margarine spread tasted enough like butter that it could *fool* ... absolute-ly every being, secular and sacred.
    Why the theatrical misrepresentation needed to be so coyly oblique,
    well maybe it was all a open handed inducement to get the buying public's attention. Buy me. Try me.

    So why if the world is moving on, do we see these repetitious little testaments to authenticity?

    Bethesda made their game and got a playable version in the box, on the shelves, and to the points of sale. Ten to the 6th. Quite a feat in this modern age.
    There appears enough ready nuances to know for certain this is Bethesda's variation on the FO theme.
    But why these dramatic phrasings about legitimacy ... kind of draws attention to the wrong directions if one implies " I am not a bastard."
    The paternal line in descent is obvious, why the pretense of "the great pretender"?
    B-soft's FO3 is 'of the lineage', only the delusional go god mode and claim the trinity, to be the father, the son, and the holy ghost.
    It is not vapid rhetoric to focus by what "is" is.
    When will the alleged advocates for Bethesda's FO3 let it stand on it's own?

    So if the world is moving on, moves in repetitious ellipses, whether about games, gods, or butter,
    why do the sellers of anything have to keep making the case of the true 'taste' about the product?
    The cult of agreement knows what it likes, right? So why the grooming of expectation and shared experience?

    Before I churn this too far afield, let me return to ... butter fat.

    B-soft did buy the cow,
    and have the proprietary imperative of content and presentation. First say on what their FO3 "is", the rest proffered suggestion.
    The chorus of commercial reviews and the fellow traveler blogs can preach to their congregations chapter and verse on what "is" is: implied or codified or homogenized *taste*, taking the politics local. The big tent for a big band wagon for a really big show ... brought to you by ...
    Mammon makers of margarine!

    We can read these revues and enjoy the drama of taste. Don't have to buy the brahmin, nor any possible pig, in the sack.
    I suggest that the final arbitrator of the consumed aesthetic resides on each individual - local - palette.
    How many?
    Counting off ...
    You , me, and Per make three.

    101 ... 101 ... Go Per Go!

  7. Szeder

    Szeder It Wandered In From the Wastes

    Sep 6, 2008
    Hey Per,

    It's been a great, if somewhat futile job you have been carrying out. Would you kindly explain what do you plan for the 100th of 101th occasion ? :)

    Maybe we should come up with something to cool down that fire or a gift...... maybe we should email a compiled form to Bethsoft and let them enjoy their "achievement" .
  8. Keegah

    Keegah First time out of the vault

    Dec 21, 2008
    Awfully long post about something that could be summed up as this: they didn't play the originals, but know that some people did, and want to convince them that Fallout 3 is good since they personally think it is.
    Fallout's an old series... you won't find many people who have played the originals. I get the impression this also applies to this generation's reviewers.
  9. Briosafreak

    Briosafreak Lived Through the Heat Death

    Dec 18, 2003
  10. 4too

    4too Vault Senior Citizen

    Apr 30, 2003
    Gilding Game Revues

    Gilding Game Revues

    Familiar with sugar coating commentary, but spreading the butter fat may be 2009's fashion glazing.
    Butter , butter, and more butter, boring starch pills tend to slide down with an oily satisfaction.

    And, from the energy implied by the 'Ars ludica' quote, I conjecture mere mechanical spreading is *so* 19th century, electrical splatter too-too 20th century.
    Image the 21st century moral impetuousness, the deployment of pit filling light reflective butter fat by the power of plasma! Hot-hot-Hot!

    Worthy of 3 :crazy: :crazy: :crazy: and 1 ;) Big B?

    Go Per go!

  11. Ravager69

    Ravager69 Sonny, I Watched the Vault Bein' Built!

    Dec 21, 2007
    Stop right there, criminal scum! Stop preaching blasphemy or I will be FORCED to use FORCE.

  12. ronin84

    ronin84 First time out of the vault

    Oct 9, 2006
    92 review round-ups... is that really necessary?
  13. TychoXI

    TychoXI Still Mildly Glowing

    Oct 20, 2008
    Sheer poetry! It... it's just... beautiful... I-I can't go on...
  14. Per

    Per Vault Consort Staff Member Admin

    Apr 1, 2004
    Sig pics in PNG format make the forum rules cry.
  15. Ausir

    Ausir Venerable Relic of the Wastes

    Apr 20, 2003
    I just sent Per new Polish review tidbits, and can find more if needed to get to 101. :)
  16. Fade

    Fade It Wandered In From the Wastes

    Aug 27, 2007
    Faulty logic. More people have read Shakespeare now then did in his time. If you're talking about the % of people playing games that is whole different story. But Fallout 1 sold well and is still selling so the number of people playing the original is going up not down.
  17. Public

    Public Sonny, I Watched the Vault Bein' Built!

    May 18, 2006
    Per...I think you're posting reviews for a wrong game!

    These reviews are for "Fall-out 3" not "Fallout 3".

    Are you cheating?
  18. Keegah

    Keegah First time out of the vault

    Dec 21, 2008
    Comparing Shakespearean-era culture to ours is idiotic. In this generation, people don't pay attention to anything older than a few years.
  19. Forhekset

    Forhekset Still Mildly Glowing

    Jul 5, 2007
    I had some capolavoro for dinner the other night.
  20. Public

    Public Sonny, I Watched the Vault Bein' Built!

    May 18, 2006
    You're having a dinner at night?