Fallout 3 GOTY (Game Of The Year) Edition on xbox 360 for £24.98 at Blockbuster - HotUKDeals
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I believe this is the cheapest this has been available, on the xbox (it's available cheaper on ps3, and of course on the pc).

The blurb, just in case anyone's not aware what it's about...
The Fallout series has a long and beloved history with gamers and the latest in the series makes excellent first or third-person use of that tradition. Set in a post-nuclear Apocalyptic dystopian future in which everything has a slightly 1950s feel due to the fact that the bomb hit in... the 1950s the game sees players first having to make their way out of the underground Vault 101 mini-city. Using good solid RPG stat and inventory balancing that will appeal to lovers of detail, planning and strategy, Fallout 3 blends in first and third-person shooter style familiar to Call of Duty, GTA and Metal Gear Solid fans. All of this is played out in a graphically rich open world. And if the visuals are not enough, then the atmospheric soundtrack will be enough to lure and then retain gamers of all tastes. Once in, there are a series of side-quests than can be carried out to build up the points, experience and skills needed to complete the task of discovering what happened to your in-game father. He, like you, escaped Vault 101. The less experienced shoot-'em-up player will also benefit from the ingenious targeting and combat system (V.A.T.S.) that adds in the playability of turn-based gaming to the fast-paced action of the traditional blaster. This is just one of the elements of a huge... no, vast gaming experience on console. With the Game of the Year edition you get a spot of bonus content, too - hours of extra play thanks to the inclusion of all five downloadable content packs.
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#1
£27.70 at Amazon, and £29.99 or more everywhere else.

Metascore of 93.
#2
Expensive for what is an old game now.
#3
15 quid pre-owned at Gamestation.
#4
Just out of interest where have you seen it at 15 quid ie which shop cheers
#5
I got it from a Glasgow store. It's listed at the same price on their werbsite.
#6
Cenobite
I got it from a Glasgow store. It's listed at the same price on their werbsite.

On their website that is the standard version not the game of the year edition
#7
Sorry, my bad on that one.

I got the GOTY edition for 15 quid though at their Union St branch around 2 weeks ago.
#8
lucky you cant find any for £15 now
#9
MUFCristiano
Expensive for what is an old game now.


yeah but cheap way to buy all DLC which you can also install to HD then sell
#10
Tesco had it for 21.76/21.77 but its been lifted so hot.
@MUFC, Find me another game apart from Oblivion or Dragon Age where you can easily squeeze out 100hrs of offline gameplay excluding about another 30-50 hours from DLC?
#11
Can't wait for Fallout Vegas coming out later in the year.
#12
Betas
Tesco had it for 21.76/21.77 but its been lifted so hot.
@MUFC, Find me another game apart from Oblivion or Dragon Age where you can easily squeeze out 100hrs of offline gameplay excluding about another 30-50 hours from DLC?


Nah, they just had the ps3 at that price. I've been watching for a cheap price on this for the xbox. Not sure if it's my kinda thing, so don't want to spend too much, but figure if I do like it I'll want the GOTY edition. Dilemma, but I think I'll wait 'til it's cheaper...
#13
jerrymartin
Can't wait for Fallout Vegas coming out later in the year.


If it goes GoTY like Fallout 3, I will deffo wait the year so I can get it with all the DLC. I did the same with Oblivion because if Bethesda put out 2 A* games with over 90 on MC (bar PS3 version of fallout 3), I think it is worth the wait to get the "ultimate edition" i.e - with all dlc worth 20 and 40 quid between oblivion and fallout 3 respectively. This is ofcourse assuming Obsidian do a good job :p

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Nah, they just had the ps3 at that price. I've been watching for a cheap price on this for the xbox. Not sure if it's my kinda thing, so don't want to spend too much, but figure if I do like it I'll want the GOTY edition. Dilemma, but I think I'll wait 'til it's cheaper...


Mmmm, I have over 100hrs on Oblivion but have still not even completed the main story quest. I find Fallout 3 quite a bit slower in the story telling (an hour or so in the vault at the start) and there do seem to be a lesser variety monsters (all I ever fight are ghouls, raiders and them super mutants). Maybe I'm not in the story enough but then again, I have not even touched the DLC's yet... Might be worth borrowing first cos you can pick up the normal game for as low as a tenner at times in the supermarkets so 2.5x the cost for 40 quid of dlc included (the pitt, point lookout and broken steel being the best imo), might be worth the punt as CEX buys back for about 20 quid so not that low on the wallet?
#14
Betas
Mmmm, I have over 100hrs on Oblivion but have still not even completed the main story quest. I find Fallout 3 quite a bit slower in the story telling (an hour or so in the vault at the start) and there do seem to be a lesser variety monsters (all I ever fight are ghouls, raiders and them super mutants). Maybe I'm not in the story enough but then again, I have not even touched the DLC's yet... Might be worth borrowing first cos you can pick up the normal game for as low as a tenner at times in the supermarkets so 2.5x the cost for 40 quid of dlc included (the pitt, point lookout and broken steel being the best imo), might be worth the punt as CEX buys back for about 20 quid so not that low on the wallet?

Yeah, that's my worry.
I loved the idea of Oblivion, and yet I just couldn't get into it. It's it's similar to that (and it is by all accounts) there's a good chance I'll not get value from it. And yet there's the nagging feeling that I really should have enjoyed Oblivion, and I should enjoy this one!
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Now OOS

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