Fallout 3, by Harriet Jones

“War. War never changes.”

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We’re three weeks out from the big day (it’s why we’re taking a two week break in early November). The big day being the arrival of Fallout 4, just five short months after it was first announced and such an incredibly small time-span of announcement to release.

But ahead of that, tonight’s My Favourite Game looks back at its predecessor, which has gone on to become one of the best western-made RPGs of all time, represented a massive groundshift for the series and cemented for sure – if Oblivion or even beforehand Morrowind hadn’t already done it – Bethesda Game Studios and Todd Howard as a team capable of crafting¬†amazing open-world RPGs.

Chucklefish’s Harriet Jones jumps on to talk of the impact the game made on her as well as ongoing tales of how she got on starting out with the game that followed Fallout 3 five years ago, Obsidian’s Fallout: New Vegas.

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Play: Fallout 3 (PS3|Xbox 360|PC)

Listen to previous episodes of Season 3 of My Favourite Game here.

Next week:
Sarah Wellock on Persona 3