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Fallout 3 [PC] £12.99 @ Play

£12.99 @ Play.Com
The fantastic Fallout 3 on PC. Not bad considering it's still selling for £35 alot of places. Read More
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The fantastic Fallout 3 on PC.

Not bad considering it's still selling for £35 alot of places.
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#1
Nice price I have this game on PS3, 360 and PC and PC one is much better.
#2
ocelot20
Nice price I have this game on PS3, 360 and PC and PC one is much better.


Saddo or King Pirate LOL

They are selling these off cheap because the Game Of The Year Edition is out in a couple of weeks which you can pre order for about £24 and you get all 3 expansions with that.
#3
An excellent buy at this price or if you get the GOTY edition. (you can get the add-ons off fleebay for next to nothing anyway).

A fantastic game IMHO and one of the best of of its type. The PC version like most FPS rocks head and shoulders above the console ones -yes I have tried

(Some people love consoles which is all good a well if thats thier thing, but PC's 'to me' always run rings around consoles for graphics and levels of game controllability - you just need a good system...... - as I said though everyone has thier own opinion :) )
#4
What are the good and bad aspects for this game?
#5
ZerocoolJ
An excellent buy at this price or if you get the GOTY edition. (you can get the add-ons off fleebay for next to nothing anyway).

A fantastic game IMHO and one of the best of of its type. The PC version like most FPS rocks head and shoulders above the console ones -yes I have tried

(Some people love consoles which is all good a well if thats thier thing, but PC's 'to me' always run rings around consoles for graphics and levels of game controllability - you just need a good system...... - as I said though everyone has thier own opinion :) )


Yes, but I can sit back on my sofa and relax whilst playing on my 40" LCD with the sound pumping thru my 5.1 system, rather than sitting up tight to a monitor.
#6
Don't want to start a PC vs console war here or anything but I just want to point out that you can easily hook up a decent spec PC to a 40" TV with a DVI to HDMI adapter or even just DVI if the TV has it.

And seeing as all "Games for Windows" support the 360 controller you just need to plug in any wired Xbox360 controller and your PC becomes a console but with much better graphics(depending on spec), as well as being a lot more useful for everything else! :thumbsup:
#7
paulbrannan
Yes, but I can sit back on my sofa and relax whilst playing on my 40" LCD with the sound pumping thru my 5.1 system, rather than sitting up tight to a monitor.


Do you not realise that PC gamers can do the same thing by plugging the PC into the TV and get a much better graphical experience? Also there are a variety of games controllers available for PC too including the wired and wireless 360 controller and an adapter for the PS3 and PS2 controller.

Ah, you posted just after I looked at the thread liddleninja
#8
liddleninja
Don't want to start a PC vs console war here or anything but I just want to point out that you can easily hook up a decent spec PC to a 40" TV with a DVI to HDMI adapter or even just DVI if the TV has it.

And seeing as all "Games for Windows" support the 360 controller you just need to plug in any wired Xbox360 controller and your PC becomes a console but with much better graphics(depending on spec), as well as being a lot more useful for everything else! :thumbsup:


Its very true but I would consider it a bit of a waste of time using a 360 pad for a game like Fallout 3 when you have a perfectly good keyboard and mouse setup in the first instance.
#9
Kankan101
Saddo or King Pirate LOL

They are selling these off cheap because the Game Of The Year Edition is out in a couple of weeks which you can pre order for about £24 and you get all 3 expansions with that.



3? There's been 5 expansions so which ones are missing?

The Pitt
Operation Anchorage
Brotherhood of Steel(?)
Point Lookout
Mothership Zeta

I've been advisiing a mate to wait for the GoTY to get all of it in one go so he won't be happy if it turns out he still has to buy some MS points to get 2 addons.
#10
DWykes
3? There's been 5 expansions so which ones are missing?

The Pitt
Operation Anchorage
Brotherhood of Steel(?)
Point Lookout
Mothership Zeta

I've been advisiing a mate to wait for the GoTY to get all of it in one go so he won't be happy if it turns out he still has to buy some MS points to get 2 addons.


He doesn't, the guy was wrong.
#11
Keep an eye on Amazon these days as this has been selling there for £12 for over a month now. Doing some really good prices on games there these days.
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#14
Kankan101
Saddo or King Pirate LOL

They are selling these off cheap because the Game Of The Year Edition is out in a couple of weeks which you can pre order for about £24 and you get all 3 expansions with that.


There are five expansions:P

Operation: Anchorage
The Pitt
Broken Steel
Point Lookout
Mothership Zeta

They're all very good, although if you're only getting one get Broken Steel as it extends the end of the main game and effectively gives you free roam after the main story ends.
#15
liddleninja
Don't want to start a PC vs console war here or anything but I just want to point out that you can easily hook up a decent spec PC to a 40" TV with a DVI to HDMI adapter or even just DVI if the TV has it.

And seeing as all "Games for Windows" support the 360 controller you just need to plug in any wired Xbox360 controller and your PC becomes a console but with much better graphics(depending on spec), as well as being a lot more useful for everything else! :thumbsup:



To hook one up means you need to have a large, unsightly and usually noisy box in your living room.
Re. using a games controller, I thought the whole idea was the greater degree of controllability via a keyboard/mouse combo - seems counter intuitive to then use a console controller.

I'm not saying a 360 pwns the PC, but they both obviously have their distinct roles, and more often than not having a full gaming rig in your lounge isn't usually one of the PC's.
#16
paulbrannan
To hook one up means you need to have a large, unsightly and usually noisy box in your living room.


Only if you're still living in the 90s. It's perfectly possible to have a gaming PC that's both beautiful and quiet, I know since I have one. Admittedly, it's still a bit bigger than a console but given the huge size of TVs today it's only going to be a problem if you're short of room.

As for gamepads, that's the beauty of PCs - you can use whatever peripheral you feel most comfortable with rather than having to use the same as everyone else.
#17
Most people have their PC in their spare room though , my ps3 looks cool underneath my 46in screen , also ps3 exclusives are the way forward this year , port games will always be better on their original , I like my pc but to me its a different gaming experience to consoles , they are not comparable , for ease the masses will always do console over pc and thats the way it should be .
#18
I've given this game hours of my life and I've tried to like it but my verdict is absolute *****. It plays graphically like a game that was made 10 years ago. Tediously awful.

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