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Fallout 3 360 Review

15/08/2008 Artistic Mousey Gamer Review
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Fallout 3 360

Fallout 3

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360

Genre:
Adventuring

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Here's what I drew with my mouse after playing Fallout 3. I hope you like my video game reviews that are not hand drawn - but written one mouse stroke at a time.

Fallout will scare you in many different ways. There are the unsettling subtleties from interactions with the gameís characters, and then there are the more obvious horrors of being charged by a giant, screaming Death Claw while you fumble to reload your tiny rifle.

The worst scare though, the one that really gets me everytime, is dealing with the desperate psychopaths inside of forgotten Vaults. Youíll be alerted to their presence on your radar, but the Vaultsí design make it so that the enemy could be in the next room or separated from you by a whole span of rooms. It could be a broken, raving lunatic vault-dweller mindlessly searching for new victims, or it could just be a harmless radroach. Thereís just no way to know until itís very nearly too late.

Written by Noah Rodenbeek

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"My mouse drawn reviews are my gut reaction to whatever game I've just played, and, as a service to the intelligent reader, it will be dispensed with as many pictures and as few words as I can manage."


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