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Fallout Collection (Fallout, Fallout Tactics, Fallout A Post Nuclear RPG)

Platform : Windows
Rated: Mature
4.2 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

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3 Action Packed Fallout Games in 1 Collection! Set in the aftermath of a world-wide nuclear war, Fallout will challenge you to survive in an unknown and dangerous world. Continuing in the tradition of the Fallout series of role-playing games, Fallout Tactics is a squad-based, third-person tactical combat game with RPG character development and a mission-based story line. Fallout - A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game is the sequel to Fallout. 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.

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ASIN B000IGE78M
Release date August 4, 2008
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4.2 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #17,854 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
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The Fallout games have still not been replaced after ten years of RPGs. The extreme, even libertine freedom that defines the series has not since been captured in a videogame. One can literally go anywhere, fight with anything, and kill anyone within the setting of the game.

The original Fallout and Fallout are turn-based, top-down perspective role-playing games. Though they feel dated in some reguards (graphics, minimal voice-overs, dated AI), they still exhibit gameplay superior to more recent role-playing videogames (libertine freedom, moral choices, engaging dialogue, and a "sandbox" feel).

Fallout's "sandbox" feel is one of its greatest strengths. While most games will force the player to adhere to a certain rigid path, or force him/her to stay in one area until he/she advances in level, Fallout disreguards these limiters. Players can venture into the most dangerous and hostile areas as soon as they begin the game. In Fallout 2, for example, one can beat the game in under an hour if their character was properly oriented (and if they were so inclined).

Fortunatly, the massive worlds and the many ways to play the games will keep players holding their ultimate victory and exploring more of the game. The first two Fallout games have not yet been replaced. The freedoms granted in the Fallout games are comparable to Morrowind or Oblivion, but The Elder Scrolls games lack the complex dialogues and social engineering of the Fallout games. The worlds and the style of play are comparable to the Baldur's gate series, but Fallout has so much greater a sense of freedom than any Dungeons and Dragons videogame ever released. Fallout and Fallout two have not yet been replaced, and I doubt they ever will be.
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Many of us have had problems installing Fallout 2. I managed to fix the problem by opening up the DVD and going to the "Bonuses" folder then the "patches" folder, where I found a "Read me" file which explained that the master.dat or critter.dat files were a possible cause.

I manually deleted the master.dat FOLLDER from the Fallout 2 folder on my hard disk, then dragged the master.dat FILE from the DVD into the Fallout 2 folder on my hard disk.

This seemed to do the trick.

Good luck.
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I have played all 3 games in the FallOut series and wish there would be a fourth. The first two are superior, as the previous reviewer noted, for the freedom they provide the player (though, if i recall correctly) in FallOut 1 you have a limited amount of time to complete the first parts of the game or you die of radiation poisoning or something.

FallOut Tactics was a bit of a let-down from the first two, but none-the-less a very playable game and some very clever nods to late 90's, early 00's culture. (For example, there's a random encounter based on the movie "Pitch Black" and later you can hire a mercenary named Riddick who is very proficient at hand-to-hand combat.

I know whether these games will work with Microsoft XP.
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This collection includes Fallout 1, 2 and Tactics. 2 and Tactics seem to work fine but i bought it just for Fallout 1 so i'll talk about that.

Fallout 1 was released over a decade ago. This DVD installs Fallout 1 version 1.2, released in 1997, long before Windows XP. i already owned this game but my copy didn't run on XP so i bought this. And learned that this has exactly the same problem. Specifically, the game screen goes black every few seconds. i spent a couple of hours searching Google and found that this was a common problem but that there was no solution. Common solutions offered include updating (or downgrading) graphics drivers, trying patches, setting the compatibility mode and adjusting screen resolution, none of which have any effect. So i was really, really sad when i got this game (again) and realized i still couldn't play it

i spent another couple of days researching it and i think i've got something. The screen in Fallout 1 (but not 2 or Tactics, which are newer games) goes black because some application changed the way it looked. Maybe a Web browser refreshed itself or an icon in your status bar changed colors. Anything that changes the way it looks causes Windows to redraw the screen (to update it to the new way it should look). Fallout 1 doesn't know that, even in Win 95 compatibility mode, so it gets blacked out by Windows but doesn't redraw itself

The solution is to shut down everything before starting Fallout 1. It's not a great solution and it took me several days (this time; i tried before months ago) to figure out. None of the Fallout sites that i found mentioned it.
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To stray away from the topic of the games themselves and look over the actual presentation given in this re-issuing for a moment, this is about as insulting a fate as could be visited on Black Isle's flagship titles. The re-issue here has apparently fallen into the hands of "Global Software Publishing", a company apparently staked in grinding old IP from defunct companies into disposable budget shovelware. If you're after any notion of what kind of treatment they've lent to republishing these games, you could get a fair impression by noting the front cover description of the package of "3 ACTION PACKED FALLOUT GAMES IN 1 COLLECTION", with the apparent intention of misleading passers-by through glossing over the games' thoughtful RPG elements and presenting the meticulous dialogue trees, player character development, exploration, intentionally lethargic dark ambience and sandboxed wandering as being, above all else, "packed with action". The absense of any tangible amenities beyond a plastic DVD case with the inside plastered with ads imploring me to log onto GSP's website "to claim [my] FREE* game now" and similar hackneyed advertising from the DVD's autoplay menu left me to momentarily question my guilt for having originally pirated Fallout 2. This is a poor stand-in for full packaging, comparable boxart and hard copy manuals, the latter of course being cheaply crammed away in some subdirectory on the DVD itself in PDF form. I'd seek out an older copy or another legitmate channel of distribution if only to deny any profit for such a shoddy, disparaging cash-in.

As for the titles themselves, it's more than a little futile to throw the weight of my opinion against established public opinion as the Fallout series has been well-received for over a decade now.
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