5 Best Fallout Video Games You Should Play Right Now

Fallout Was one of the first video games that perfected the genre Post-Apocalyptic. In 1997 Interplay Entertainment dropped the first game. The First Fallout game was pretty well received and critics praised the gameplay and RPG elements. With Fallout 2 it was more improved with better RPG elements and slightly better graphics.  But it was the 3rd game when the series changed completely with 3D Graphics and huge open world. Today we are counting down from worst to best fallout games.

5. FALLOUT (1997)


Perhaps the strongest aspect of Fallout is that it is ideal for RPG newbies yet at the same time provides a depth of role-playing that veterans can really get stuck into. It also has the best replay value of any game I’ve experienced to date. – Quandary

The story is so well developed in this game you’ll wonder why you’ve been playing mindless shooting games like “Quake.” When you start the game you’ll be treated to with one of the most chilling, well-written introductions a game has ever been blessed with. – Game Revolution

Above all, the NPC interaction and voice acting are the best in any game to date. This game is possibly the best investment an RPG fan can presently make, and will prove entertaining for countless gaming hours. – Adrenaline Vault



Nothing short of superb – it takes “Fallout,” expands upon it, enriches it, enhances it in so many ways that it makes one feel as if the original was immature. – Yahoo!

Few RPGs provide so deft a balance between the wandering monster-slaying and the NPC interaction phases of role-playing. – GamePro

A worthy successor to Fallout 1, and for those who loved the original they’re in for a whole new experience. – Game Over Online



The PC version’s controls are certainly sharp and I found myself pulling off many more headshots and quick kills with a mouse and keyboard than I could on the console counterparts, but if you really do want to play with a gamepad, Fallout 3 does fully support the 360 controller on the PC as well. – AtomicGamer

In Fallout 3 Bethesda has made a very good thing, though it is somewhat hampered by the lack of variable scenery and a VATS that plays less than perfectly. – Game Over Online

A massive, enthralling achievement. – The A.V. Club



Unsurprisingly, Fallout 4 is closer to Fallout 3 than it is to the former episodes. And it comes with all the qualities and problems we already know. But Fallout 4 belongs to this hypnotizing kind of games that you should not miss if you love Western RPGs. – JeuxActu

It really does feel like Fallout 3 with slightly nicer graphics and a few mods (like “homebase customization”) thrown in, and while Fallout 4 has everything that made the last game great it has all the weaknesses too, like a terrible inventory menu, stiff character models, interior locations requiring loading screens, and more. Fallout 4 is an amazing game that I doubt anyone will be disappointed by, but it’s not unique. And I still prefer New Vegas. – GameWatcher

The fact that it’s heavier on combat than stats is sure to annoy RPG classicists, but the fact that the combat is fantastic helps a lot. So, too, does the intriguing world, the excellent characters, the hidden secrets, and the difficult decisions. – PC Invasion



Fallout: New Vegas, looks and plays exactly the same as Fallout 3. But the additions that Obsidian have made push the survival angle even further to provide a much more immersive and authentic experience, and just like its predecessor New Vegas proves to be a role-playing masterpiece. – RealGamer

In New Vegas, the fun Fallout 3 formula is intact, with more polished combat, high-quality side missions, and the exciting setting of the Vegas strip. Unfortunately, the bugs also tagged along for the ride. – IGN

Fallout: New Vegas marries the best of Bethesda’s open world tradition with Obsidian’s excellent storytelling, writing and quest design. This is a huge and addictive role-playing game with an enormous amount of content and options for the player. – Gamer.no

#5 Best Fallout Video Games You Should Play Right Now