The post-apocalyptic world of Fallout - a dog-eat-dog world to the extreme where everyone is out for themselves, or are they?
Enter your character, known as the Vault Dweller from Vault 13. Unlike the many looking out for numero uno, you're actually trying to *help* people! Sure, it helps you were brought up in the relative safety and prosperity of the vault, so it's a tad easier to be altruistic, but the Vault Dweller manages to pull off some pretty impressive feats.
Not only does the Vault Dweller manage to save his Vault from dying of thirst, but he also stops an entire Super-Mutant Army to boot. If you're a bona fide good two-shoes, you can also help to empower just about every town and village that you encounter as well.
What does the Vault Dweller get in return for all these good deeds you ask?
Exile: He's told that his extensive knowledge of the outside world would corrupt the minds of Vault 13's citizens so he has no choice but to leave and wander into the desert on his own. The huge personal sacrifice that the Vault Dweller makes for the greater good of his Vault means he fits in quite comfortably as one of my top 10 PC Gaming Heroes.