Playing Fallout 3 with Boot Camp – Fallout 3 Game Play Video Part II – 18 Minutes

Playing Fallout 3 on Mac Boot Camp Mac

Fallout 3 was developed by Bethesda Softworks, a game developer of a hit role playing game The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Fallout 3 debuted in North America in October 28.

It’s true that we released the first game play video of Fallout 3 more than a month ago. Let’s see. Whatever the character name is… I named my character Thomas. Anyway, when he was 19 years old, his father disappeared. His friend Amata says he escaped from Vault 101. Thomas follows in his father’s footsteps and escapes from the Vault. Then he arrives at a small town called Megaton. After visiting a clinic and talks with Doc Church (local clinic’s doctor), the game ends.

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This Fallout 3 game play video starts at the very scene where the first one ended. Thomas goes to a local church building and meets Mother Maya, who gives him an important clue about his father’s whereabouts. Another man Thomas runs into says he remembers his father. Then this man tells Thomas a very disturbing story about his birth. Thomas thought he was born and raised in the Vault. At least, that’s what his father told him. And this version of his birth is not true?

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In the meantime, Thomas meets a man, who calls himself Mister Burke. This mysterious man wants to hire him. For what? Umm… I guess I shouldn’t spoil the story. Anyway, town sheriff Lucas Simms won’t be very happy if he finds out what Mister Burke is planning to do here in Megaton. If you do tell him, you will cause a big problem. Perhaps, somebody is going to die for that. Should I tell the sheriff?  Continue reading

Playing Fallout 3 with Boot Camp – Fallout 3 Game Play Video Part I – 42 Minutes

Playing Fallout 3 on Mac Boot Camp Mac

As we reported the other day, possibly one of the most promising PC games in 2008 Fallout 3 from Bethesda Softworks debuted three days ago.

More than two years ago, Bethesda Softworks released a hit role playing game called The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. It never made it to Macs. And we don’t know it will ever although an unofficial, hacked version of the PC game with TransGaming‘s Cider Technology seems to go around among Intel Mac users.

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The latest release from Bethesda Softworks is also a role playing game with an unique scenario setup. Survivors of a nuclear war are locked up behind a facility called Vault 101. That’s where the character that you are playing will spend his or her first 19 years without knowing what it’s like being outside. The leader of the facility is The Overseer, an old African-American man who prohibits anyone from going outside. But one particular member is forced to take risks and leave the facility. Why? Well, sorry… You will find out why when you play the game. Anyway, the story is a bit different. But it should remind you of that of 2005 movie The Island.

This QuickTime video shows the first 40 minutes of a game play movie of Fallout 3 with no interruption. The movie will start at the scene where the character that you are playing is born and you will get to choose the gender and then name and other character elements.  Continue reading