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Fallout Trilogy - 3 Pack Compilation

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000
Rated: Mature
144 customer reviews

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  • Fallout - It's the year 2161, 84 years after a two-hour-long war that destroyed most of civilization. Mankind soldiers on, living out a hardscrabble life on the surface or holing up in great Vaults built inside caves. You're a member of Vault 13 somewhere in Southern California, and the Vault Overseer's got a job for you - find a replacement water purification chip within 150 days, or your home is doomed.
  • Fallout 2 - It's been 80 long years since your ancestor, the Vault Dweller trod across the wastelands. As you now search for the Garden of Eden Creation Kit to save your primitive village, touch choices and even tougher consequences await you.
  • Fallout Tactics Brotherhood of Steel - A departure from the character-heavy RPG style of traditional Fallout games, Interplay's Fallout Tactics - Brotherhood of Steel is instead a squad-based tactical RPG, utilizing both turn-based and real-time mechanics. As part of a split faction of the Brotherhood of Steel, the player controls a team that attempts to grow and expand across Fallout's barren wastelands by recruiting outsiders to embark on combat-heavy missions. Though vastly different from
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Three Smash Hits in One Radioactive Pack! 3 Action Packed Fallout Games in 1! FALLOUT: It's the year 2161, 84 years after a two-hour-long war that destroyed most of civilization. Mankind soldiers on, living out a hardscrabble life on the surface or holing up in great Vaults built inside caves. You're a member of Vault 13 somewhere in Southern California, and the Vault Overseer's got a job for you: find a replacement water purification chip within 150 days, or your home is doomed. FALLOUT 2: It's been 80 long years since your ancestor the "Vault Dweller" trol across the wastelands. As you now search for the Garden of Eden Creation Kit to save your primititve village, touch choices and even tougher consequences await you. FALLOUT TACTICS: A departure from the character -heavy RPG of traditional Fallout games, Interplay's Fallout Tactics is instead a squad-based tactical RPG, utilizing both turn-bases and real-time mechanics. As part of a split faction of the Brotherhood of Steal, the player controls a team that attempts to grow and expand across Fallout's barren wastelands by recruiting outsiders to embark on combat-heavy missions. Though vastly different from other Fallout titles, Fallout Tactics is a solid and enjoyable title that fans of the series would do well to explore.


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  • ASIN: B001V9PTVE
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.5 x 7.5 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: May 3, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,737 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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68 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Chuck on August 7, 2009
Never haven played any Fallout games before, I didn't know what to expect. I knew they were most likely great games after hearing PC Gamer magazine go on about the greatness of the original Fallout games all the time. Even then, I underestimated the games. I started playing Fallout and found that it was fun, addicting, and really immersive. The world's are beautifully crafted and will make you wish YOU lived in the post-apocalyptic world. The story's are great in all the games. Each character has their own original personality. And being made ten years ago, they are perfect netbook games. You don't need me to tell you these games are great, just buy it. You won't be dissappointed.

P.S. Despite what other people might tell you, there is no DRM. No disc is required to play (also a plus for netbooks) and there are unlimited installs. But hey, it's only twenty dollars. Why pirate it?
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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Big Jon on October 23, 2009
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If you don't mind the limitations of a 1980s program, this is a great package. If you haven't ever played the fallout series, I envy you. You may be in for a pleasant surprise. A lot of love when into these games. They are not just "good for the time", they are just plain good.

The original fallout was a winner. Fallout 2 was even better in many ways. Both of them were very absorbing with a lot of replay-ability. Both quickly developed a fanatical following. Fallout Tactics is not really the same kind of game. I believe it was a result of lots of fans screaming for a sequel. It's basically a 3rd person shoot-em-up and not in the same league with the first two, but still lots of fun.

In fallout and fallout 2, Your actions determine how others react to you. You can play the game as a shooter, or a talker, or evil, or nice. Each type of play is not only possible, they are all fun.
Both Games have a fairly straightforward story line with a few cool twists and a LOT of other stuff to do. You can mess around in the wasteland for a LONG time and never see it all. You can play a different type of character and have a completely different gaming experience.

The NPCs (especially in fallout2) are very memorable. Sulik, one of your companions, is staunch, dependable and has a hilarious way of expressing himself. Once the game ends, you find yourself missing him. Marvin (a teenage boy who wears red sneakers) is also pretty funny. Try leaving him behind and he panics and offers you bribes not to ditch him...(try playing a female and watch Marvin's hormones kick in...funny stuff.) The NPCs also interact to some extent with each other. All of this is achieved without overpowering the game's story line. It's there if you like it, or you can ignore it.
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62 of 73 people found the following review helpful By t.lombardo38 on February 1, 2010
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I ordered Fallout Trilogy from a Private Seller through Amazon. What I recieved was the European Version. Both the Images (Box Art) and certain Reviews conflict with each other. If you plan on ordering from a Private Seller make sure they have their product placed correctly. One is distributed through White Label (European Version), the other by Interplay (US Version). Aside from the distributer, the European Box Art is different from that of the US. The main contrast in the UK Version is the removal of children. This takes away from the original game as well as removing certain quests. Aside from that, if it's important to you, some Violence Animations are removed and a minor Language filter is present. Although not completly unplayable, if you are like me you want your game as it was intended by the developers.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A. P. Herron on February 27, 2013
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I've played Fallout 3 and New Vegas and loved them so I thought I'd try the originals. Even though I'm mostly a console player and don't usually go for PC versions. I really haven't played the games yet but after what I went through to install them I thought I'd share some resolutions since it seems others have encountered similar incidents.

The games came on one disc and if you look around on it you'll find some pdf files which have the manuals. There's other documents and some patches in the Bonus folder (dig deep).

Fallout and Fallout 2 have color issues on newer PCs with higher resolutions. You can find patches at Vault-Tec Labs (search for it, don't know if I can put url here). They're called Fallout 1 High Resolution Patch 4.0.2 and Fallout 2 High Resolution Patch 4.0.2. They're well documented but take a little to implement, read the instructions.

Fallout Tactics needs a patch to get rid of the "Wrong Disc" error. A good one can be found at Cheater's Heaven (again, search for it), it's called Fallout Tactics 1.27 nocd. Pretty well documented and it worked. Be careful of other sites who tack on funky tool bars or Trojans or other junk.

Oh, it was easier for me to find the install programs on the disc rather than use the redirect with the three installation choices (it doesn't take you to a web site, it's a self contained url on the disc). I have Windows 7 and had to right click on the Fallout installer and "Run as Administrator". Fallout 2 installed but I have to go into the interplay/Fallout 2 folder to run the executable, the shortcut is confused and looking for the executable for Fallout 1. Fallout Tactics installed well, I suggest going for the Full install and not the Medium it defaults to. Hope your experiences are better than mine.

Hope this helps and it takes a little work, but if you like an occasional blast from the past for a really reasonable price, it might be fun.
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