Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Guinevere, 9 Jun 2010.
If I liked Fallout 3, what other games would you folks suggest I take a look at?
Oblivion, made by same people. - Dated now, but still very good!
Mass Effect 1 & 2 - sy-fy roleplay.... VERY good games, loved them both.
Thats about it for now... lol, its a start at least
Never got on with Oblivion at the time, maybe I should re-install on my current rig, at least I'd be able to crank it up to 11 compared to the slideshow I would have had at the time.
Forgot about Mass Effect, I've got that too, but only played it a couple of times. I should give that another re-install too.
Gamespot handily recommends Fallout 2, Fallout 1, Fallout New Vegas (unreleased) and Oblivion.
But yes, Mass Effect (haven't tried 2) is quite good.
Yeah go for for FNV when that comes out, looks very promising, if it's as half as good as Fallout 3 then we're in for a treat!
Borderlands - its a little different but i really enjoyed it and is better if you can team up with some mates.
Definitely Oblivion, damn fine game - loved every minute of it plus I think it's on offer on Steam ATM. I also agree with Mass Effect 1 and 2 also bloody awesome!
+1 for Borderlands, I forgot that.
Or Just Cause 2 for something a bit more casual+mental that's still an open-world (not an RPG though, hence the casual).
Fallout 1 and Fallout 2?
oblivion, my bro played fallout and it looked as boring as watching paint dry.
mass effect 1 & 2.
jade empire if you'd like to kick some ass.
freelancer (old but its a great game)
i recently bought dragon age origins and spent about an 2 hours playing, i'm not sure if i can recommend it but its gotten good reviews. maybe other people can chip in ?
Screw Oblivion unless you wanna download about 2gb's of mods... Really, as it comes out the box it's a fairly poor game imo.
Dragon Age is is basically the love-child of KoToR and LotR. Buy it, play it, love it.
I disagree, Oblivion was a great game out of the box and one that got even better with mods.
Dragon Age and to a lesser extent its expansion, Awakenings, are well worth your time.
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