||Fallout 3I want to take a minet to talk about Fallout 3. If you look at the 360 gamertag in my profile, you will notice that I have been playing the game as of late. I don't quite know where I fall yet. (Get it? Where I Fall. And I'm playing Fallout. It's a pun. It's funny.)|
For those of you who have already finished the game and this is old news to you, feel free to move on.
I am strangely attracted to the game, and I find myself playing it for hours on end. But that being said, the game is at least in some respect an RPG, and it's really not hard to get me playing one of those. Despite my love of the mechanics of the game there are a few things I can't get over. The first is the (and I use this trem liberally) excessive use of the grey-brown color pallet. Is it two much of a problem to ask for an aesthetic that keeps me attached to a game? This is the opposite of the problem that I had with Assains Creed. I loved looking at the game, but I hated playing it.
I understand that to most of you this will be old news seeing as how the game was relaesed quite some time ago. But I don't have time or money to play games right when they come out. I'm a full time student who works three jobs. I know, I'm sick of my excuses too.