Regardless of what system you're playing it on, Fallout 3 is a great game, arguably one of the best this year. But if the Xbox 360 version of the title has any definitive "advantage," it's the inclusion of achievements; the PlayStation 3 didn't ship with support for Sony's version of achievements, trophies.
"It's going to happen," he says of the PS3 version receiving trophy support in the future, "[I'm] just not sure when. We'll let folks know when we have something more definitive."
And we, of course, will do the same as we hear more. It seems a lot of developers are shipping games without support for PS3 trophies and then shoe-horning them in later via a patch. In most cases, trophies aren't retroactive, which means you'll have to trek across the Capital Wasteland one more time to earn the virtual rewards.
We wouldn't recommend waiting; Fallout 3's a great game, with or without ego-inflating icons and points. Don't believe it? Check out our full review.
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