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1. Posted: Wed 7th Jul 2010 23:10 BST
Is the 3DS powerful enough for Fallout 3,because that would Be cool having a great RPG portably=)
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2. Posted: Wed 7th Jul 2010 23:13 BST
It's possible, but somewhat unlikely. Who developed that game anyways?
But at the same time, I'm sure they don't want to miss out on this- and we all know it may be some spin-off title of the Fallout games.
3. Posted: Wed 7th Jul 2010 23:17 BST
Bethesda softworks made Fallout 3,Interplay made 1-2 and Obsidian is now making New vegas.
4. Posted: Wed 7th Jul 2010 23:19 BST
No, but from what I can tell it would be possible to make a Fallout-3-like game for the 3DS.
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5. Posted: Wed 7th Jul 2010 23:19 BST
I can never see fallout coming to a nintendo system. If you really wanna play it so much get an hd console. Anyway, what makes you think the 3ds is more powerful than the wii? They're not gonna start porting ps3 and 360 games to the 3ds so you can stop dreaming about that.
6. Posted: Wed 7th Jul 2010 23:21 BST
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7. Posted: Wed 7th Jul 2010 23:22 BST
Definitely too big a game.
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8. Posted: Thu 8th Jul 2010 00:59 BST
It would be nice to have this "type" of game on the 3ds. The more genres and expandability the better.
To each his own.
9. Posted: Thu 8th Jul 2010 01:06 BST
Is it powerful enough? Almost certainly not. Doesn't mean they couldn't do a spin-off, though.
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