The Fallout games could be yours for a horrifyingly small amount of money, thanks to Bundle Stars.
No, not including Fallout 4. Sorry.
Normally these full games are priced at $9.99, while the DLC should cost about $4.99 each, so this is a really good deal. Of course, do check system requirements before booting up your fancy new/old Fallout game. Windows 10 makes some old games chug pretty hard, but running the game in compatibility mode could alleviate some of your pain.
About The Games:
If you haven’t played games in the series yet and have been hearing the ravings about Fallout 4, this is obviously your best chance to catch up on the series of post-apocalyptic RPGs. Of course, the games aren’t sequential or connected, so you don’t necessarily need to catch up to enjoy the new game.
Bundle Stars cautions that the Steam keys are region-locked, and won’t work in Russia, Poland, India, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, or Lebanon.
The DLC included in this bundle are all for Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, which are the two most recent games in the series preceding Fallout 4.
The games are all bleak but somewhat humorous imaginings of life in the post-apocalyptic United States, after a nuclear explosion in the year 2077. The player character usually emerges from a Vault, which protected people from the fallout (ha!) to find the world destroyed and full of dangerous creatures and factions.
Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel is a departure from the rest of the series. Rather than a third-person action RPG, it’s a tactical game from a top-down isometric perspective, and it offers single-player and multiplayer modes. It was first released in 2001, and while it was criticized for not featuring the open-world roleplaying that Fallout is known for, it was generally well-received as a strategy game.