ComputerAndVideoGames.com has tossed up a review of Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel, giving the action RPG an overall score of 74/100. Their conclusion:
An atom of variety is added by the three playable classes and levelling up allows you to develop specific skills like sharp shooting or close-up head cracking, but it's the only opportunity you get to truly make choices and doesn't add enough to the gameplay.
That said, when the same gameplay lets you stick cleavers into radioactive mutant's skulls we can't be too negative. To be brutally honest, Brotherhood Of Steel feels like a half-arsed facelift of Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II, but that's not to say it doesn't offer some straight-forward RPG fun with a cool guns-and-guts angle.