- What was, what happened: Fallout
Although the first two games in the Fallout series focused heavily on its classic role-playing game, the games Bethesda made focus more on exploration. This difference has made it possible to find a title for every taste in the Fallout series. Whether you are a big fan of role-playing games or you are interested in exploring a post-apocalyptic world, the world of Fallout has something to offer you. The following games of the Fallout series are ranked from the worst to the best.
10. Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel ( Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel )
Release Year: 2004
Platform: PlayStation 2, Xbox
Developers of this game (which should not be confused with Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel) , Discarded all the elements that made Fallout great, and instead decided to build a Dungeon Crawling-centric role-playing game.
This game gives you control of a number of steel cult trainees Their job is to find valuables on the phone. There are no moral choices in this game, the SPECIAL role-playing system is fixed for each character and cannot be personalized, and the story of the game is an insult to the stories written by Black Isle for the previous games in the series. It can be argued that Fallout: The Steel Brotherhood cult caused IP Fallout to sink into a coma, and if Bethesda had not bought it from InterPlay and made Fallout 3, the name Fallout might have gone down in history forever. Yes, this game is so bad.
8. Fallout 76
Release Year: 2018
Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Although the Steel Brotherhood has failed to become a Fallout, at least Fallout 76 can be considered a standard Fallout game in which you can complete missions and your character. Personalize.
In this experimental, online title created by Bethesda, players can collaborate or fight with each other in an open world environment. The idea of a multiplayer fallout game on paper sounds great, but the large number of bugs and the lack of non-playable characters have wasted the game's potential. By adding a monetary stake to the game, Bethesda has shown that it is not interested in offering the co-op experience that Fallout fans expect from this franchise.
7. Fallout Fallout Shelter ( Fallout Shelter )
Release year: 2015
Platform: PC, Android, iOS, Switch, PlayStation 4 , Xbox One
Surprisingly, Fallout Shelter is a good game. Ported to PCs and consoles, this mobile game allows the player to build their own shelter as an overseer and manage the shelter's infrastructure and inhabitants.
- Introducing the game: Fallout Shelter
Shelter residents can explore the phone and find new items to use. Some devices may fail or mutated mice may attack the shelter. All the crazy problems you would expect a shelter in the world of Fallout to experience are present in this game. Although this game does not have deep quests and memorable characters in the main titles of the series, but the overall experience is enjoyable and recommended.
6. Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel ( Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel )
Release Year: 2001
Fallout Tactics has more in common with the XCOM Strategy Series than the main Fallout titles. Unlike Fallout: The Steel Brotherhood cult, which was released for PlayStation 2 and Xbox and is the last title on the list, Fallout Tactics is loyal to the main features of Fallout and is not considered disrespectful.
This game has its own story. And tries not to damage the story of Fallout 1 and 2. In this game, the player controls a squad of six soldiers, whose species may vary from human to Deathclaw. Tactics can be played both simultaneously and in turn, so the fighting part is more tactical than the main games in the series and gives the player more options to decide. The game also has a multiplayer section where players can fight the squad under their control. The tactics of the game are enjoyable, focusing more on the fight part of Fallout than the story and its role-playing mechanisms.
5. Fallout 4 ( Fallout 4 )
Release Year: 2015
Platform: Personal Computers, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Fallout 4 is a weird game. There are no skills in this game, the SPECIAL system is simplified, the dialogue system is similar to the Mass Effect, and the main character is voiced.
The form we knew) to be damaged. What the game added was a more enjoyable combat system, a base-building mechanism, an unprecedented variety (between Bethesda games) in personalizing weapons and equipment, and a new Loot system. Fallout 4 has more in common with survivor games and looter shooters than a standard role-playing game.
- Review of Fallout 4
Now changing the course of the game also has its own charms. Trying to find the parts needed to make the best possible weapon is in itself a fun process that keeps most loot-based shooter games playable for a long time, but unfortunately Fallout 4 suffers from an identity crisis that cannot be ignored. Even the unique taste of the materialist community for Fallout can not solve the problem of shallow role-playing systems.
4. Fallout 3 ( Fallout 3 )
Release year: 2008
Platform: PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Whatever your opinion about Bethesda, you can not hide it Note that if it were not for the remarkable success of Fallout 3, Fallout would not be such a big name today. Implemented the gameplay that was developed in the series of old scrolls (The Elder Scrolls). These identity elements include the SPECIAL system, skills, and even turn-based combat in a system called V.A.T.S. Implemented in the game. The story of this game portrays the Steel Brotherhood cult as the heroes of the story world, but the rest of the story and worldliness of the game correspond to what was narrated in Fallout 1 and 2. In this game, teleshopping is a dangerous and depressing environment, and the fights, like the main games, are very bloody and violent. Fallout 3 is a good role-playing game thanks to its quality dialysis that everyone, whether they are fans of the original titles or not, can enjoy.
3. Fallout ( Fallout )
Release Year: 1997
Platform: Personal Computers
No Fallout game has well portrayed the dark post-apocalyptic setting of Fallout 1. At the beginning of the game, as soon as the player comes out of the shelter where he lives, he is confronted with a corpse and a pistol full of him.
Most of the in-game communities have a negative view of the shelter residents. They want to put a hat on you and take your money from you, but you have to survive in this high-risk network to find a new water purifier for your shelter. The story of the game is the best story among all the titles of the series, but the game lacks in terms of side content and companions. If you can cope with the game's old-fashioned graphics and grumpy combat system, the best way to immerse yourself in the world of the phone and understand it is to experience Fallout 1.
1. Fallout 2 ( Fallout 2 )
Release Year: 1997
Platform: Personal Computers
The first thing you notice about Fallout 2 is that this game takes itself seriously. The whole game is filled with small and large Easter Egg references, so the atmosphere is not as scary and engaging as Fallout 1. has done. The number of side missions and companions that you can add to your group is huge and the main story of the game always remains engaging. The game's combat system, while largely similar to Fallout 1, has evolved in some areas and is more important to explore thanks to the large scale of Fallout 2. If Fallout 1 has the best atmosphere among Fallout games, Fallout 2 has the highest repetition value among Fallout games. It is unfortunate that the game's over-references to popular culture and its outdated mechanisms have prevented Fallout 2 from becoming the best series game.
1. Fallout: New Vegas ( Fallout: New Vegas )
Release Year: 2010
Platform: Personal Computers, PlayStation 3 , Xbox 360
This game, which was made in less than a year, seems to many The best game is Obsidian. This game has both the enjoyable exploration system of Fallout 3 and the rich content of Fallout 2.
In this game, you play the role of a messenger when someone shoots him in the head and leaves him alone to die. . You spend part of the game finding someone who shoots you, but it doesn't take long for the game to turn into an epic battle between the three sides of the Hoover Dam. The number of your choices to change the course of the game was unprecedented for its time. Fortunately, constant references to popular culture in this game have become an optional feature (Trait) that the player can remove at will and is not a normal mode of play. Although the game is slow at first, it continues to be an epic encounter involving all groups and parties in the western half of the United States. There are few games that can compete with New Vegas in terms of writing quality and impact on player choices, which is why we think New Vegas is the best game in the Fallout series.