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I thought about doing this in Help and Advice but thought I would get better assistance over here for this one.
So, I bought Fallout 3 for my PC around when it launched. I liked it at first, but with glitches and crashes and too much openness I burned myself out. Now, I understand that some of the mods make the game really fun, but I also understand that some of the DLC makes it even buggier and more prone to crashing, and that will piss me off to no end.
Now I've recently, finally, picked up an HDTV to make my 360 worth owning and thought that having Fallout 3 GOTY edition would maybe make it fun and I'd actually finish it. Does anyone think this is true. You don't get the fan mods that are all the rage, but I assume that it wouldn't have all the bugs and crashes which is really kills it for me.
In addition, I don't have a PS3 and so I can't buy Heavy Rain, but I'm in the mood for a good point and click. Would I like Phantasmagoria? It's on GoG for way cheap and I'm pretty sure the netbook would run it, so that's a plus. (I've already played Indigo Prophesy)
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