Fallout Games

Fallout 2

  • How S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Are You? Test Your Fallout Knowledge
    So you’ve played through the Fallout series, from the first game through to New Vegas, and now think you’re something special. Just how special? Find out by taking Bright Hub’s Fallout Quiz.
  • Quest Help in Fallout 2: Getting Through New Reno
    New Reno is one of the classic areas in Fallout 2. A seedy remnant of pre-war vice and debauchery, New Reno is chock full of prostitutes, gamblers, and mobsters. Naturally, some of the most interesting side quests in the game take the player to New Reno, and into the dens of mob boss stereotypes.
  • Slow Down and Walk Sometimes in Fallout 2
    Fallout 2 is an enjoyable game due to the depth of its plot and side quests. But just focusing on quests and missions doesn't do the game justice. The designers incorporated a great deal of dark humor and pop culture references that only stand out of the player slows down and looks for them.
  • Fallout 2 Settlements - And Their Real World Counterparts
    Set in Northern California more than a century after a nuclear war devastates the Earth, Fallout 2 features visions of real world locales like San Francisco, Reno, and Redding. Let's have a look at how the in-game locals are similar to their real-life counterparts.
  • The Navarro Run: Fallout 2 Power Armor Exploit
    Fallout 2 is a classic PC role-playing game set in post apocalyptic northern California. Any player looking to rapidly level a character and go straight to wasteland domination can use this walkthrough for Fallout 2 to make a Navarro Run to get some of the best Fallout 2 power armor available.

Fallout 3

  • Minigame? Heh, No: Hacking Fallout 3 with Console Commands
    Sick and tired of drab, unsatisfying descriptions of Fallout 3 console commands? Wonder just what the heck that particular command string actually does? You've come to the right place! Read this guide and discover some of the hidden details that other sites seldom mention.
  • Fallout 3 Weapons Guide: Explosives And General Tips
    Throwing a grenade at a Super Mutant can net some great and gory results, but Explosives are more complex than simply making things go boom. This final article of the Fallout 3 Weapons Guide addresses the finer points of blowing things to pieces, and offers some more general tips.
  • Fallout 3 Review: A Step Up
    Is the Fallout series, beloved by its fans, still good in the hands of Bethesda? Fire up your pip-boy, open up a glass of Nuke-a-Cola and read on to find out.
  • Fallout 3 Weapons Guide: Big Guns
    Sometimes you just need to blow stuff up. And not just blow it up, but blow it up into very tiny pieces. Then toast it with a flamer, just to make sure. When those times come, you'll find that nothing in Fallout 3 works better than a Big Gun.
  • Fallout 3 Walkthrough - Strictly Business
    What would a post apocalyptic world be without a bustling slave trade. You too can join the illustrious ranks of the slavers with this quest. Strictly Business will give you 4 targets and a big payday at Paradise Falls for some easy work with the mesmetron.

Fallout: New Vegas

  • A Trip to the Mojave Wasteland - Everything You Should Know About Fallout: New Vegas
    Fallout: New Vegas was a surprising return to form for the old series. The mixed fan reviews of Fallout 3 turned into a roar of support for the New Vegas expansion. If you need help understanding the quests or skill system in this game, you can look inside for all the help that you need.
  • Fallout: New Vegas Trivia Quiz
    Are you a trivia buff? Do you love playing Fallout? Did you explore every corner of the world looking for treasures and side quests? Test your knowledge of the Mojave in this trivia quiz! We'll find out just how knowledgeable you really are.
  • Guide to Fallout New Vegas Side Quests
    What's an RPG without good side quests? Since Obsidian did a decent job with their latest shot at the Fallout universe, there are plenty of side quests available for enterprising couriers looking for bottle caps and weapons across the wasteland.
  • Fallout: New Vegas Walkthrough - Wang Dang Atomic Tango
    The Atomic Wrangler needs a few more people to serve as escorts for its more eccentric clients. I'll tell you how to find a ghoul dominatrix cowboy, a charismatic "real boyfriend" and a sexbot of some kind...it's actually more distributing than you think. It's a good way to get caps in Freeside.
  • Guide to "Run Goodsprings Run" in Fallout: New Vegas
    Run Goodsprings Run is a counterpoint to Ghost Town Gunfight and the evil option for the starting town. If you don't want to help Ringo and Trudy, you can join the Powder Ganger assault and help Joe Cobb conquer the town for his own purposes.