Which do you think I should get a paid subscription to?
BTW: Is fallout 3 better than mass effect?
I'm assuming you mean forum subscription, in which case I wonder why would you get a subscription to either? Gamefaqs forums are much better overall, once you get past all of the Final Fantasy fanboy fgts.
I've always been fond of Gamespot.
I'd say Fallout 3 was better in a sense that the gameplay was a lot more fun and had a lot of comical stuff to keep you around to explore, but Mass Effect had a longer lasting story and a more epic futuristic feeling. Depends on what you're looking for, really.
Liberty Prime, anyone?
I can totally vouch for Mass Effect. Excellent game!
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Don't pay for either, but if you must, go with Gamespot. They are less biased than IGN.
I like Fallout 3 so much more, personally. It depends on what kind of games you like though.
Hmm, mixed views...
IGN can normally be trusted more on the ratings.
FO3/Mass Effect are both great games, it will just go to personal feelings/what people like.
I was in the IGN Founder's Club when I had money. I've beta tested more then 30 games in a single year through Fileplanet and downloaded thousands of files through fileplanet. Also high-def videos on IGN and there's some more nice stuff. IGN isn't only about IGN, but the whole IGN network which is kinda huge.
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Neither one is worth it.
All the files and things you have access to via those subs are easily obtainable / viewable by using our good old friend google.
Fallout 3 was so much more enjoyable than Mass Effect.
Also with the bajillion expansions FO3 it justs doesnt stop being fun.
Gamespot because IGN puts the PC section after all the consoles, but Gamespot puts it first.