Few game franchises are as beloved, enjoyed, and unique as Fallout. Starting out as “a post nuclear role playing game” by Interplay for personal computers in the 1990s, the series came back in full-force with Bethesda’s Fallout 3 in 2007 for PC and consoles.

From there, the series has only grown in both stature and fandom, becoming a greater success in all fronts. Since each of the games is an RPG, the things you can do almost feel unlimited. Following the “main story path” isn’t usually emphasized unless you the player want it to be. As either the Vault Dweller, the Chosen One, the Lone Wanderer, the Courier, ...

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