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Fallout 4 - PlayStation 4

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    would get a 5 if the bugs wasn't so bad should

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    DaSoyncere1
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    Is Fallout 4 a perfect game? Absolutely not. Is it fun? Definitely. Things I like: +The character customization is easy to use and ensures you can't make a truly disgusting character. +The voice overs are extremely well done. I like not reading the dialogue (note: you can turn on subtitles still) and just skipping ahead; the main character does a fantastic job and so do most supporting characters. +Looking into containers can be done in real time. You can still enter the container to loot all, but everything can be taken without going into another menu. +Weapons and armor can be modified. Most modifications will change the appearance. The modifications have significant impact. +During conversations, you can move around. By interacting again, you'll go back into the cinematic mode. +Power armor. You feel POWERFUL in that piece of equipment. They don't restrict it to "heavy" armor experts anymore ensuring everyone can use it. It's more like a vehicle than an armor. +Building settlements is fun. I've spent way too much time already. +Legendary enemies. They keep you on your toes and will offer some fantastic rewards. +Radiation Storms. Foggy, green, and lightning. +Perk system. It replaces the old skill system and allows for a wide range of customization and play styles. While not as clean as Skyrim's to navigate, I love the update here. Things I don't like: -Stiff facial animations, wooden character movement. The lips will move but the face remains stiff, creating awkward looking dialogue cinematics. -speaking of that The dialog options suck. You always got four choices and one of them is 'sarcastic'. Every so often a dialog option in yellow will show up and if you got a high enough charisma, there's a cha-ching sound and you get some experience. I don't get the sense that dialog actually really matters and talking to people is a drag and is not a relaxing break in the action that I hoped it'd be. I don't think I like the third person perspective. I think it worked for Mass Effect and the older Fallout games because in that game you really need to lose yourself in the story in order to enjoy it and if you skip all the dialog stuff. I think Fallout 4 should have either gone the DA route or done away with the third person cutaways altogether because they're clunky and they seem kinda buggy at times. And they're uninteresting for the most part, but the voice acting is good. And the overall plot of trying to find your kidnapped son doesn't appeal to me, though as a sandbox game, you can kinda overlook it. I didn't finish the game, so perhaps the story becomes better later on. -Dated graphics. Some of the textures are amazing. I've ran into some really low resolution (some look straight out of Xbox/Playstation 2 generation). I've also run into an LOD (level of detail) distance rendering bug at some quarry - the textures didn't switch over and it looked like Minecraft... it also created a veneer over the actual terrain causing me to fall through the textures and have difficulty navigating. -Companions are very powerful, even on the harder settings. I play on the harder settings and I can sit back and let my companions take over 90% of fights. The only times I need to help is if there is a legendary or particularly strong enemy. -The difficulty of combat situations span a huge gulf. It can go from a pathetically easy encounter to nearly impossible one minutes later. -Bugs, bugs, bugs. I had high hopes that after 6 years they would have ironed out more of the basic, common bugs. Unfortunately I was wrong.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    An honest review - No Spoilers

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    TheRealRuffy
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    Previous Experience: 100's of hours in Fallout 3 and Fallout NV - Completed them both a few times. Playtime: A little over 3.5 hours. Cons: Same engine, the game feels the same in many regards. Graphics seem dated. A lot has changed since 2008, npc movement for example. Enemies run towards you using the most direct path, bounding on top of some obstacles instantly. It seems like some area's are a direct copy from fallout 3 (with new textures), so far that has been limited to an overpass. Settlement Crafting can be annoying if you are missing 1 unique part, with no way of knowing how to get it. There is a lot of junk you can break down, but it's tedious to do. The beginning in vault 111 isn't a very fun story and it's a little too forced, unlike Fallout 3. Minor Bugs or glitches: The only one I experienced so far is dialog subtitles, they get stuck and quit working. It's a minor annoyance really and you might not even use them (disabled by default). NPC's didn't use my selected in game name "Bob", thought it was on the list, maybe not. Neutral: Some PS4 controls aren't really intuitive, the good thing is the physical manual actually does have the default keymap in it. I've had to reference it a few times. Digital buyers I don't know about your manual. Some of the music is exactly the same from fallout 3, maybe that's good for some of you, I was looking forward to an entirely new soundtrack. Pro's Settlement building is pretty neat and pretty fun. Weapons are fun, and customization options are extreme but they depend on your skill set and salvaging abilities. No more weapon breaking in the middle of a firefight. The enemies are pretty fierce, be sure to wear your brown pants if deathclaws are around. Powerarmor is even more fun, although wearing it is limited by your fusion fuel, still its a good balance. However it does also take damage and need repairs. Shooting in general is a lot better, it does feel like a FPS if you don't use VATS for every shot, a mix of both is usually required in my experience. Lots of new ground to explore, and living just northwest of Boston myself the game hits home. The enveloping environment more than makes up for the dated graphics. Takeaway: The game is fun and adds new elements as well as fixed old annoyances. If you loved Fallout 3, you will probably enjoy Fallout 4. If you've never played Fallout or Skyrim and think you might be interested in a new RPG, I'd say this wont disappoint you if you are willing to accept graphics that seem a little dated.It's really like it's own little world, and you get the feel of it quite well. For these reasons I give it a B+

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good game!

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    Savage223
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    I am new to console gaming, having used PC for two decades... except for Wii and Sega Genesis... so bear that in mind. I am still getting used to Sony's implementation of gaming and online play for these. Another friend recommended this game, and is a power user. His view on play online for this game is that it is either nonexistent or not worth playing online. (No ability for team play?) I'm not sure but mention this so that if the game sounds interesting but team play is important, you check that aspect out first before purchase. Now for the good stuff. What I just said above is the converse of what I was looking for. Because I'm still getting used to the controls on this system I don't see myself as a significant benefit to any team online and I've avoided playing in that mood for that reason. Another words I personally I'm more of a liability than a benefit when it comes to other members and team play. So for me being this new user I appreciate the fact that this game has a primarily offline orientation. I can play without making mistakes that everybody sees in other words. And there's plenty of content for an offline player. It sports an interesting (and always pertinent) storyline about what it takes to survive after a nuclear war. It has some more modern gaming features like crafting collecting resources strategic play. I recommend it for anybody who wants to play on their own offline can appreciate a survival based storyline and especially those users who may be new to the system. I say this because the game play works well for somebody unfamiliar with the controls by starting out at a very slow pace introducing opponents at a very easy rate and allowing you to survive a little bit longer and learn a little bit slower then it may be for you to walk into the game like a first person shooter or other action primary games. Fallout has a nice mix of everything it is a great introduction to Sony's console gaming and for that alone I rate this game very highly.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    more Fallout

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    r462
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    If you played either Fallout 3 or New Vegas, you'll have an idea about what to expect. Yes, it's more of the same overall, with a few noticeable changes. Settlement building is the newest addition. It's a great idea, though a bit poorly implemented, requiring Perks to really taken advantage of the concept. It can be fun, however, and I definitely spent way too much time doing it. The world is massive, and it's easy to ignore the mostly forgettable main story to forge your own path in the world, which is wide open to your character, so long as they can survive. There are some poor design choices really holding the game back. Repeating radiant quests involving certain characters are more annoying than encouraging, unless the idea is to make you the player want to quit the game. Now your character is voiced, but that aspect doesn't add anything and instead detracts from how conversations are structured, and there's a to of sameness to many of the environments/locations, meaning you go in, clear it of whichever enemy type is in there, pick some locks, hack some computers, rinse, repeat. More variety in mission structure would've done a lot to alleviate the issue, but it seems like the focus is on quantity over variety. You can easily play this game with one character for over 100 hours, but I'm not so sure that's always a pro given the repetitive nature of the core gameplay mechanics. I did encounter glitches. Twice the game quit with an error message, but I didn't lose much because I saved often (seriously, save often). I also had some audio loop bug that just kept repeating, which was solved by quitting the game to the main menu. Funny how stuff like that works sometimes. There are some other minor problems. The framerate can seriously stutter at later points in the game when Vertibirds are around, or just when a large number of enemies are encountered. Or just because. Some of these problems will probably be ironed out at some point. Overall, it's a great game that is perhaps a bit too ambitious for its own good.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Despite bugs and random crashes, great game

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    Eddie
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    I never got the opportunity to play the previous Fallout games, so picking this one up I was not prepared for what was coming. There are only two things I can say. Wow...and can I have my life back? Yes, the clarity of the graphics are not current gen when compared to games like Dying Light or even Battlefield 4 (hard to describe in words about clarity, you just have to see it in person). But the detail in the environment will suck you in…arguably one of the best environments I have ever played in! So many places to explore, so much interaction with people in the game, and unlike any of the GTA games with the open world sandbox model, there are A LOT more buildings to explore. The side missions are also better (much longer and, to a certain extent, a side story to the main story. Some of these side stories even merge into the main story from what I can tell!). The game is extremely deep in content, so expect little down time! You can also modify your weapons, armor, and other items that you collect. Your “companions” all have strength and weaknesses, which makes for an interesting adventure. This excellent game though is not perfect. There were random crashes which would dump me back to the PS4 main screen, so doing quick saves is essential. In addition, the graphics (as explained above) are not as clear as other PS4 games. Oh yes, and there were instances where the drawing distance were questionable. A good example is I saw a dead cow or pig levitating in mid air! But as I got closer I realized that the wall supporting the cow was not drawn yet! Weird! If you like playing games where people may have you listed MIA, get this game!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful game that is only slightly brought down

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    AyanFaust
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    I've had some time off the last few days, so I've managed to put in around 35 hours into the game so far. The game has been awesome so far, and I look forward to going back to it and getting rid of some raider scum. The game isn't the marvel that Fallout 3 was when it was released, but it is a vastly improved version of Fallout 3. Significantly better gunplay, and the streamlined perk system is actually better than I thought it would be upon playing it. The dialogue wheel is a little constricting at times admittedly, but it doesn't bring it down too much. The new mod system for weapons, armor, food, and settlements is also a really fun break from the main game and finally allows a use for all those pesky toothbrushes you may find while crossing the irradiated wasteland. Also, the main story is leagues better than the main story in at least Skyrim, Fallout 3, and Oblivion. It's actually an interesting story, and I look forward to each quest I do for it. The companions also get some character development, and you actually come to like some of them quite a bit(Piper is especially great imo ;) ). The game does have some flaws though. It's a much more streamlined RPG than previous entries with all the pros and cons that entails. Most of the quests, while still pretty fun, don't have as many branching ways of solving as some of the others in previous games, and the bugs, while not many, are there. In 35 hours, I've seen some minor frame rate issues which weren't bad and some random clipping and some other silly stuff. I did have to reset the ps4 once when I got stuck in an elevator, but other than that it's been fine. Overall, it's a great game, and if you're a fan of sandbox RPGs with tons of stuff to do. It should be a no brainer. Happy Playing!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    One of the best games this year!

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    ehauser
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    I have not ever played the Fallout series, so this is my first encounter with Bethesda. That being said, this is an excellent game. The world is massive, you can free roam and explore, or you can follow missions and a storyline. From the first person shooter side of the game the mechanics are great. It is fairly easy to target the enemies and make kills. The ability to scavenge and take materials to build your settlements and defenses is another aspect of the gameplay. While I feel like this was less of a focus, it is still another element to add to the overall experience. The building mechanics aren't as good as Minecraft for example, things snap together, but you also can't prevent them from snapping, so precision builds can be difficult to line up just the way you want it to look. Also, the building pieces are limited, so therefore so is your imagination. The only other downfall of the game is the lack of multiplayer. I know Bethesda wanted to focus on the story mode, but having the ability to play with 1 or 2 friends would have enhanced the gameplay to another level. It wouldn't have needed to be as extensive as Destiny or Elder Scrolls where you have 100's of people online together, but the ability to invite even just 1 friend to co-op your world would be great. Still, this game is amazing. I have been playing several hours a night since the release and I don't see me stopping anytime soon. I would have given it 5 stars if not for the couple of things I mentioned that would have made it the BEST GAME OF THE YEAR by far! I still rank this game higher than Star Wars Battlefront, which came out around the same time.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    The Good far outweights the Bad.

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    RPV173
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    Reason's why I give it 4 stars instead of 1-3.... -Very addicting game with so much to do. The world is pretty big and filled with all types of weird creatures. When you get tired of doing mission's you can just build a settlement to defend against outsiders. That feels like a whole new game itself. -Power Armor and weapons. At first you might think, "What the heck? Why am I using a wooden gun?" But don't worry. As the game goes on you'll find a huge variety of awesome weapons. Regular armor, power armor and guns can be customized. You can turn the cheap wooden gun into something deadly and nice to look at. Why I give it 4 stars instead of 5.... - Graphics. I'm playing on a PS4 and it feels like a PS3 game. This is not that big a deal for me, but it might be for some. GTA5 for PS3 has very similar/better graphics. The game glitches a lot too. Far more than any PS4 game should. Plus, why the loading screen when entering buildings? It's like the first Resident Evil for PS1. - The game doesn't explain stuff well. I'm constantly going on Youtube or Google to try and figure out how to do things or how certain things work. They sometimes show a pop up in the top left corner, but most of the time I'm too busy fighting off an enemy or involved in something else to even read it. It doesn't come back either, so if you miss it, then you are **** out of luck. Overall the game is great and well worth it. It's definitely one of the most addicting games I ever played. If you are a role playing game fan, then I'd say this is the game for you. Just don't expect to play multiplayer or co-op because it's only one player.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Evolution of Fallout Franchise

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    TheGeneralCube
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    Fallout 4 is exactly what was needed for the next installment of the Fallout Franchise. Many of the limiting mechanics were eliminated due to the power of the PS4, making a smooth interface throughout all gameplay. This allows inexperienced Fallout players to engage as a first-person shooter or the experienced Fallout player to engage the VATS system. (The PipBoy is much easier to navigate through, yet retains its comical appeal.) The addition of Settlement creation/management creates a pleasant depth to the game that allows interested players hours of fun and uninterested players the ability to bypass. The story line is a refreshing and well thought-out perspective and adds to the Fallout canon nicely. Easy to understand S.P.E.C.I.A.L. attribute and Perk system that allows the player to tailor their character to the type of game they desire to play (allowing for multiple replays). The only drawbacks are limited in-game tutorials for beginning players. A lot of trial-and-error play that can be frustrating at times. Very few but inconvenient glitches (I failed a mission because a creature fell off a cliff and disappeared. I had to restart a 30-min segment because the QuickSave feature only saved at the entrance to the area). All in all, great game, hours of fun. Suggested for Adventure gamers. First person shooters will enjoy the variety of weapons and creatures. Role-playing gamers will enjoy the in-depth character creation, armor/power armor modifications, and settlement management. - TGC

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    "All we've come to expect... and a bit more..."

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    Gregojira
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    I doesn't take a genius to look up Fallout 4 reviews online to decide whether the game's massive free-form action role-playing format is to your tastes... there is a wealth of articles and videos out there for you to feast upon. What isn't readily apparent about the game from action packed combat videos and in-depth review sites is the mind boggling scale of the game. The incredibly immersive quality of the engine... how one actually loses track of time just wandering about and getting distracted by all this rich, artificial world has to offer. This game does many things... but one of its finest points is its ability to completely capture your attention and create a feasible and living environment for you to run about in. Events play out with or without your interference or notice... your actions have long lasting and eventual influence on how the world of the game plays out. It truly feels like a living, evolving world to run amok in! Add in a micromanaging town-building mechanic and you have a recipe for utter and complete distraction. The long game isn't for everyone... but almost anyone can sit down and have a fun time with it through the main quest. What other madness the world of Fallout holds for you... well, that just depends on how invested you are... and how long you can avoid going to work;-)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    An excellent game but missing icing on the cake

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    dcy1982
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    My last foray into the Commonwealth involved following a dog who led me on a trek through a myriad of junk and a Yao Guai, looking for clues ala Detective style and raiding random bodies for loot all to a classical soundtrack on the Pip-Boy. A change of pace to the high-tempo shootouts I had just been in but alas this is the beauty of Fallout, I didn't have to do this and I could have strayed off east somewhere but my subconcious told me otherwise. I can't leave that poor dog on its own. But this is both the strength and weakness of the latest instalment of Fallout. As open as the world is with the variety of enemies and locations, you lack consequence in your actions. Switch on Hardcore Mode on the much maligned Fallout New Vegas for example and those companions can die. You can be affected by thirst, and radiation, carrying twenty nuke-bombs means it will break your back. It's a beautiful game, Fallout 4 though they are typically Bethesda in style and the famous glitches are still around. I just feel the game could have benefited with that last bit of punch, consequences which echo the ruthlessness and harshness of a post-apocalyptic world. That said, I will still sink many hours into this installment but really hope the planned DLC can provide the missing icing on the cake.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A solid game that missed the mark

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    Arisen117
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    I've put about a hundred hours into this game. I've built up settlements and gone exploring on my own and just "finished" the main storyline. I went for a sniper/rifle build with high perception and intelligence and have to say that gameplay is great in this game; guns handle well, and melee (for my second character) is satisfying and challenging. It's a solid FPS. Where the game fails is in the RPG part of its identity. Most quests could fall under the fetch quest category and almost everyone you meet is either a damsel/gentleman in distress or someone you kill on sight. There are instances where Bethesda creates an opportunity for good storytelling, but it feels shallow in comparison to Obsidian's Fallout: New Vegas. Most of the storytelling/ world building comes through texts (notes and terminals). Most NPCs feel like NPCs without any real depth, though companions have backstories that involve completing a kind of loyalty mission for them, but even they can get on your nerves if you don't find one that suits your preferences. Overall, feels like a real missed opportunity to create an engrossing experience. Still, the gameplay is enough to bring me back in the future despite these issues.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Near Perfect Start

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    Eddy
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    As a Playstation gamer, I was always interested in trying Bethesda's titles on PS3 as I was really big into their earlier titles. Unfortunately they were married with multiple glitches, bugs, and in most cases were downright unplayable. Fallout 3 and New Vegas were technical messes on the PS3 but Bethesda has managed to put together a title that will make you forget all about it. Fallout 4 is the first title from the Bethesda line in the series in which I could really get into. Gameplay is not a huge step up from the previous two titles but I find myself having a lot of fun here and I can see why people enjoy this serious. The story may not be top notch but there is a number of things in which you can do out in the Wasteland. The new base building mechanics and the expanded crafting system added an extra dimension to the game that is satisfying for those of us who enjoy those type of things. From the days of play, I have gone from uninterested in this game at first (picked it up in a buy 2 get 1) to being thoroughly entertained. Definitely worth a buy if this is your entry title.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Amazing game, but...

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    MeLikeTech
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    I love Fallout. I've owned and played the extensions for Fallout 3 and New Vegas. When I got Fallout 4, I was delighted by the updated look, obviously, but also disappointed that the graphics are not up to par with other current gen games. Though, that disappointment sort of went away as I traveled the wasteland (The Commonwealth) and saw how much Bethesda packed into this game. You can be in the middle of nowhere and stumble upon a scavenger doing target practice with bottles in the woods, or be hiding behind a bunch of cars as a firefight breaks out between Gunners, Raiders, and Super Mutants. The fact that there can be these full fledged battles in the middle of a massive city is just amazing. Though, there can be slowdown when a lot is going on. The story is also great, pretty straight forward but with some twists. Then there's the infinite number of side quests and overall crazy things that happen. Tldr: amazing game, don't pay too much attention to the sub-par current gen graphics but the amount of playability in this game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very challenging, yet even more rewarding!

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    br1103
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    This is a must-play for fans of the series and even newbies. Keep in mind it is a challenging game that will make you work for everything you earn. However, each time you finally get the "ah hah" moment and beat a tough enemy or clear a brutally hard enemy infested building i can ensure you the rewarding feeling makes it all worth it. I love the game and the atmosphere it provides but there are several faults as with EVERY Bethesda game. First, the human character models are average at best, the graphics are not quite up to par with other recent AAA games (Witcher, RotTR, Batman etc etc) as well as shaky dialogue and scenes. A lot of the dialogue options lead to the exact same outcome giving you a feeling to just hurry up and skip through the chat at times. That being said, none of this should deter you from picking up the game TODAY! Overall score i give it a 9/10 and it is absolutely in the running for GOTY imo.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It's a Bethesda game

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    Bear
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    Another unfinished game filled to the brim with game breaking bugs that will have you logging 400+ hours into completing 35 hours worth of gameplay because of constant restarts and hunting online for ways to fix glitches. This instant classic will have you yelling "GET OUT OF THE WAY DOG!" and "I ALREADY KILLED EVERYONE! WHAT DO MEAN CLEAR THE HOSTILES!?!?" right out of the gate. The mind bending graphics are expertly crafted to look like they were made on hardware that actually exists in the game, in some alternative 1950s where computer graphics didn't really exist yet but game companies did. The gameplay will make you feel right at home, like a time capsule to a game from 7 years ago which, itself, had outdated gaming mechanics. If you love media hype and being into the same things as your friends because a commercial told you to, this is the GOTY for you! All in all I give it a 7.5: not enough Charizard.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Epic game for Fallout/Bethesda fans!

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    kc44135
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    This game is, in many ways, the best Fallout yet. The combat and storytelling are greatly improved over previous games, the exploration is as compelling and addicting as ever, and an awesome new crafting system adds depth to the experience. There are flaws, however. Settlement building is fun, but the tutorial and controls are poor. The conversation system is a major step back from previous Fallouts. There just aren't enough choices in dialogue, and sometimes your character doesn't say what you expect them too. The biggest problem here, though, are the bugs. This game is very buggy, with very poor performance on PS4. It's just not acceptable to me to have a game released in this state in 2015. Despite these issues, this is a great game, and well worth playing, although you might want to wait for some of the kinks to be worked out via patches before you jump in.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Fallout 4 is finally out of the Vault

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    PandArchon
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    Let's be honest. If you're a Fallout fan, you've already bought this game and if you're not, you've likely heard the name of this game a ton. It is using the same engine as it has been so don't expect any big jumps in graphics or to be wowed by how it looks. You'll likely also run into a few bugs, glitches, or crashes. The dialogue system has also been made much simpler and it's fairly disappointing. Your character finally has a fully voiced character which is a nice touch and makes your character feel more alive, though there is only one voice for male and one for female so the voice may not match up with the type of character you created. Speaking of, character creation is in depth and there are a ton of options to make the character look exactly how you want.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A fantastic entire world to explore

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    I was traveling through the wasteland on my way to a mission, but can't seem to get there. I keep seeing doors to open or buildlings and places to explore. And before you know it, I've spent three days in a building collecting loot, fighting monsters and bad guys. It seems as if this game will last forever. If you like open-world RPG, this is for you. But be aware: I just finished "The Witcher 3" and "Fallout" is not as simple to understand. There is plenty of loot, weapons, ammo, armor to keep you busy for hours. Unfortunately, you do have to figure out much of the details of "how do I do this?" But still, that shouldn't keep you from getting "Fallout 4." From the creators of "Elder Scrolls: Skyrim" and it looks like it. This game is vast...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    New Content, Same Fallout

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    SirRanchelot
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    I have played Fallout 3 and all of its DLC as well as Fallout New Vegas with all of its DLC. For years I have had the urge for more Fallout. Fallout 4 comes back to deliver the chems I have been withdrawing from - only problem is the Bethesda trademark of glitchy graphics and menacing radroaches, err bugs, have come along with it. I have played for over 60 hours and at least 15 of those hours have been building communities, a new feature in the game. If you are a fan of the Fallout series that Bethesda has crafted, you will enjoy many of the new features as well as the nostalgia brought on by the old ones. Great character building and story telling keep the player engaged. If you are looking to get lost in a game, look no further.

    I would recommend this to a friend