Fallout Shelter Review for iOS

Fallout Shelter

Bethesda’s Fallout Shelter is the all-new app that was released for mobile devices immediately after Bethesda Games’ first ever E3 conference. The game allows players to become the Overseer after creating their very own vault. The Overseer’s job is to watch over everyone in the Vault, constantly add to the Vault, and name the children born within the Vault. In Fallout Shelter, players must make sure that order remains within the shelter.

Fallout Shelter

Within your Vault, Vault Dwellers will live and interact with each other. Some dwellers will spend their time bringing up their strength in the gym, while others will spend the majority of their time in the bar leveling up their charisma. The game is highly entertaining, and has a colorful and cartoony feel to it.

Fallout Shelter also does not feature any pay walls. Everything in the game can be earned, and everything can be built immediately. The Vault Dwellers will work to make sure the Vault is in perfect condition, as long as they have a good Overseer telling them where to apply their skills.

Fallout Shelter

As the game goes on, your Vault will become more complex and interesting. More Dwellers will be able to move in as your expand your Vault, and this makes for an extremely enjoyable mobile gaming experience. The characters and environments are well-animated, and the game shares a similar feel to that of Bethesda’s Fallout series. It is very entertaining to watch from the point of view of the Overseer and see exactly how the Vaults operate in the game. Fallout Shelter proves to be a great mobile addition to the beloved franchise, and will do an incredible job of holding me over until November 10, 2015, when Fallout 4 releases on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC! For all of your Fallout news, make sure to keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!

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