4.5 stars 4.5/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews spread across 3 releases and 0 DLC
I remember it clearly; in 1999, my buddy got a new Dell PC, which came with a variety pack of games. Among those games was Fallout 2. Even at the tender age of 14, Fallout 2 completely blew me away. The sheer amount of freedom, not just in character customization but in actual quest follow-through, and the choices the player can make in gameplay, all add up to create a beautiful masterpiece RPG that still stands to this day as my favorite video game of all time. ...
I did not enjoy this game as much as the first one, mainly because it took me 48 hours to get out of the village. Their was not enough health or anything at the begining. As you progress, It does get more enjoyable. Graphical progressions, NONE. I still can't play this game for more than an hour without my eyes burning out of their sockets. Interplay fixed most of the bugs from the first one, so that was nice. It follows the same path from the first one, Shortage of something, bla bla bla, and a...
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