Fallout 3 Teaser Movie

The well teased Fallout 3 teaser movie is now online, a game engine clip offering the first look at Bethesda's upcoming continuation of the RPG series. The movie is up on the Fallout Website featuring a soundtrack by The Ink Spots and the voice of Ron Perlman. In addition to the streaming QuickTime clip, they offer links to mirrors where the movie can be downloaded in a couple of different formats. The teaser concludes promising a fall 2008 release.
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Re: First person not needed
Jun 7, 2007, 12:04
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Re: First person not needed Jun 7, 2007, 12:04
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It would be totally ground breaking if say for instance, you were a light, agile character who could I dunno, Hop a wall.
Damn, I had forgotten that you could jump in Fallout 1 and 2. Oh wait... you couldn't.

I understand what you're saying though, but I'm not sure I agree with it. Several games have offered multiple solutions for a particular goal. They were even there in Oblivion, although maybe not as obvious. Most of the time you did have to resort to violence. Still, it would be nice to see multiple paths expanded on in future games. But I suspect developers stick to just a few options because development time exponentially increases as the paths you can take multiply.

Kind of like how oblivion made every single creature in the game your level. Ya makes a game really exciting. . .
Did you even play the game? Only bandits and marauders (and possibly a few creatures) leveled with the player character. For the vast majority of "creatures", they were stuck at a single level. A mudcrab is always level 1, for example. Oblivion certainly had its share of faults, and the level of enemies had definite drawbacks. But I'm really tired of the anti-Oblivion crowd continually spreading myths, and exaggerating to ridiculous extremes.


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