Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel Reviews

A couple of fairly negative reviews for Interplay's Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel have hit the web. The first is over at Into Liquid Sky with an overall score of D+:
If you've never played a Fallout or hack-n-slash game before, don't start here. Go out and pick up the first two Fallout games for the PC, they are vastly superior and can be found together for around $10 (and if you're reading this, your computer can likely play them, the requirements are quite small), and the original Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance is only $20. If you are a die-hard hack-n-slash fan, this might tide you over until the other games in the genre come out, but once you get those you'll likely never play through Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel again, so a rental would be best. In fact, I can't recommend buying this game to anyone, especially at full price. Maybe when it drops to the bargain bin, it would be worth picking up if you're in dire need of another hack-n-slash, but until then, rent or stay away entirely.

And the second is at EDBIS with an overall score of 45%:
If you're a Fallout fan, do yourself a favor and don't go within twenty feet of this game. If you're an action-RPG fan, try a Dark Alliance game or Champions of Norrath instead. The game gets an (M) rating, but it's the least mature game I've ever had the displeasure to play. Since Fallout 1 and 2 were the most mature games I've ever played, I am seriously displeased.