One of the most impressive-looking games in production right now is the upcoming Fallout 3 from Bethesda. Having acquired the license a few years ago they’ve been steadily creating that highly anticipated sequel to Fallout 2, the last true RPG in the series (sure, Tactics for the PC was fun but the xbox game was rubbish and both were more action than anything else). Unfortunately there’s been a bit of bad news. It’s nothing quite so bad as cancellation; nowhere near as dreadful as a delay. Unfortunately in considerations of what portion of the game to slice out and serve to fans in demo form they decided that there’s nothing they can give us. It seems that none of the game is really ideal for giving you a sample. Anyone who played the original Fallout demo can recall that they successfully baited gamers by making the demo a complete experience in and of itself. The gameplay was the same, but there was a mini-plot where your character had to intervene in a dispute between two rival gangs. Of course there were multiple possibilities to solve it, either taking away what they were fighting about or killing one of the gangs being two possibilities. Unfortunately due to the much more involved nature of the new title, there’s no possibility of that.