I sort of like both... Skyrim for when ever I feel the urge for a fantasy game, and Fallout for the wasteland fps/rpg hyrbid that it is.... I do hope that fallout doesn't follow skyrims lead to much and starts combining the skills/stats.
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I've only played Oblivion and Skyrim thus far. I love them. As for Fallout, I've only played NewVegas, 1 and 3, in that order. 1 I liked, 3 was too bland compared to Vegas, and Vegas... I've played through the whole game 11 times so far. I love everything about it, even the terribad engine it runs on. I'd also racked up over 899 hours on Oblivion before the save crapped itself.
It's a really hard choice for me to say what's better. I haven't played too much of Skyrim, so I can't say much about it, but I really loved Shivering Isles for Oblivion, even more than the NV DLCs (and I FRIGGEN LOVE THOSE). Elderscrolls as a whole is really immersive and wonderful, but Shivering Isles to me was in a league of its own. I really hope Skyrim gets an addon as spectacular as that.
I'll go with Elderscrolls~
Chozz~ of course you get distracted, there are boobs in your house that don't belong to your mother The_Cloudy_One~ ^_^
FO:NV> FO3 for one reason...Hardcore, HC made the game seem so much more realistic, It made the Mojave actually feel dangerous just to walk through, Fallout 3 had no real sense of danger unless you ran into a albino radscorpion or deathclaw.
Now if Fallout 3 had HC, man that game would be so much better.
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I like them both, I've put hundreds of hours into each game without ever touching the storyline. Fallout 3 is the only Fallout I've played and I've been playing TES games since my aunt got me Daggerfall for Christmas when I was 11 or 12, and Morrowind is hands down my favorite RPG and game ever. I put well over 200 hours into it before even thinking about the main quest.