Yesterday, I rambled a little about the companies that presented yesterday and the day before. In a sense, E3 is almost like a holiday to me at this point. While I’ve been falling out of loop with the gaming world, tons of great titles and genuinely fascinating events have been pulling me back into it. That said, two platforms for gaming have been constants for me, even after I faded in and out of the fandom and community. Today, it’s all about PC gaming and Nintendo! Brace yourselves, this one’s quite a bit longer than the last one!!! More after the jump.
For those who remember, a couple of my reviews have had somewhat subtle digs at Fallout 3, Bethesda’s reboot of the Fallout series. This game helped to bring the series back into public eye with a different setting, an advancement of the timeline, and new mechanics to play with. Instead of continuing plotlines taking place on the west coast United States, focus was shifted towards developments on the east coast, particularly the “Capital Wasteland.” But, as I’ve mentioned, I have been rather critical about parts of it. And for a while, I even hated the game. Admittedly, it’s on the bottom of my Fallout list (next to those spin-off games shoved into the strictly non-canon section.) However, after returning the the game, I can’t say I really hate it anymore. Of course, there’s much more to it than just that.
Here’s a double-shot of “forgotten greats” to make up for my lack of “vault” posts for the past week or two. This time, I look at the classic D&D Computer RPG, “Planescape Torment.”
“What can change the nature of a man?”