With hopes of Fallout 5 already on our minds, we rank the Fallout games to decide which one rules the Wasteland
A great free-to-play management sim spin-off that will keep you hooked with its compelling sense of progression.
This off-shoot turn-based tactics RPG is a well executed deviation in the series that introduces the wastelands to a slightly different genre of play.
Where it all began. The original Fallout laid down the foundations for the retro-futuristic world we all know and love.
Taking what its predecessor had established, Fallout 2 tuned the first game's foundations to offer up something bigger and better.
From building settlements to finding intriguing side quests, and discovering a Ghoul-invested town, there's no shortage of things to do in Fallout 4.
The entry that changed the game. By opening up the Wasteland and giving us a first-person perspective, Fallout 3 took the series from a 2D RPG to an open-world experience like no other.
No other game here had a chance at the number one spot. New Vegas is a near perfect example of how an RPG should be, with a scintilating setting and one of the best openings ever.
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