Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel Review

PSXNation has posted a review of Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel, giving the console title an overall score of 6/10. An excerpt from their conclusion:
Let's face it, Brotherhood of Steel is not a true Fallout title by any means. With its bland, repetive gameplay, recycled in-game graphics, mid-battle slowdown, and awkwardly placed musical insertions, it's hard for the game's better features to really shine. But, with Interplay's recent disbanding of Black Isle Studios (and the inevitable cancelling of Fallout 3), Brotherhood of Steel is the closest thing out there to the post-apocalyptic role-playing experience gamers everywhere have enjoyed for the better part of the last decade. If you're looking for something new, you won't find it here. With the lack of personal character custimization and only wieghing in at around 15-20 hours on the first playthrough, you'd be better off saving your cash for Balder's Gate: Dark Alliance 2 or Champions of Norrath: Realms of Everquest.