Yeah, I can see why you like it. You're stuck inside a tomb/bunker filled with broken machinery trying to figure the fuck out what to do. It must be a lot like being you in a sense.
For a flash game, it was pretty good. And the fact that you have to use toothpaste and poison to melt the locker is a pretty retarded way of making the game feel frustrating as all hell.Nothing beats Fallout2. I lost my copy and I've been looking for a replacement for a while. Best damn game ever invented. In fact the only reason I stumbled across your blogsite here is because it turned up while I was doing some searches on Fallout and Vault-Co images. hehe...(A Thousand Good Intentions)
I prefer the first Fallout. It had a certain charm about it that the second game lacked. It captured the feel of a pulp comic perfectly, whereas the second one felt like it had some of the prerequisite politically correct New Age ideals in it.The atmosphere, characters, and just about everything else were better in the first Fallout. There was a real magic there that the second one lacked somewhat. Maybe that's just nostalgia talking; I'll have to replay the two and see.
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