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Fallout 4 - Xbox One

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fun single player, lots to do

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    goat
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    I almost didn't get this game, but my memories of Fallout 3 and the promise of the Xbox One version of Fallout 4 having mod support are the two reasons why I did. (I haven't tried modding yet.) So far, the game is immersive. In addition to the typical Fallout scenario of coming out of a bunker years after a nuclear war, you are thrust into an exciting mission with the power armor pretty quickly. I don't believe I played Fallout 3 enough to get to use a power armor suit like this, but Fallout 4 made me want to replay 3 simply because of that armor. (Fallout 4 for Xbox One comes with a code for a free download of Fallout 3 for the 360. I believe Bethesda also said they are sending out codes for a free copy of Fallout 3 to people who play Fallout 4 before a certain date in March.) People you save in Fallout 4 can join you in settlements (and some can join you on missions!). There are different areas where you can upgrade and repair armor, weapons, power armor, and construct items on a workbench which easily became the most fun part of the game for me. The workbench can make things for your settlement, such as sections of a building, furniture, defenses, etc. Many items in the Fallout world can be picked up and brought back to a workbench, where the items can be broken down into more basic parts. For example, duct tape can yield two adhesives, a fridge can become ten pieces of steel, and a tree can become 8 pieces of wood. I heard that these settlements can turn into a tower-defense style game, where you are called back to the settlement to support the citizens during attacks. As far as the main gameplay, it seems like a cross between Borderlands and Resident Evil. I say Borderlands because the area is a wasteland, and you'll spend a lot of time scavenging for ammo, currency, fighting bandits, and messing with updating weapons and armor. It's like Resident Evil because there is a somewhat limited supply of ammo, depending on what weapon you take to particular regions, and there are some crazy uber-monsters and irradiated ghouls that rush out at you like speedy zombies. I believe you can change the difficulty at any time though. The open-world concept works really well. I am easily distracted by side quests while on my way to doing story-line quests (by choice, of course). Sometimes I just wander around to explore the detailed map, picking up as much garbage as I can so I can get back to the workbench!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Gameplay - A Tad Buggy

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    DannyR
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    If you've ever played a Bethesda Open-World RPG (Elder Scrolls Series, Fallout 3, etc.) you'll be familiar with the overall format of Fallout 4 that carries over the same mechanics. Yet, without reinventing the wheel, a few tweaks have been added to Fallout 4 to make the experience more immersive. One such tweak is the ability to establish thriving settlements of wastelanders simply trying to survive and make lives for themselves. That adds a depth to the world within Fallout, and adds hours - if not days of gameplay to the already deep story. The cross between first-person shooting/hacking mechanics and the ability to think critically and target enemy extremities is a unique feature of Fallout that works incredibly well and ties together gamers who favor both shooter and strategy genres. Overall, the game is stunning, deep, and even terrifying at times. If it weren't for some of the frustrating bugs/holes that need to be worked out by Bethesda, I'd give this game 5 stars. For example, some of the new features - like the building of settlements - are left for players to essentially figure out on their own. Mission-critical NPCs are on many occasions not where they are supposed to be, and there is no way to track them. On occasion a completed mission will not trigger the next task. More than a few times, I've had to google what do do when a mission gets "stuck". That's frustrating. It's a good thing the rest of the game is just THAT good. PROS: - Immersive, Open World Adventure - Massive Customization of Weapons and Armor - Beautiful Graphics - the genuine "feel" of a Nuclear Wasteland - Days upon Days of Gameplay CONS: - Glitchy, at times - Little explanation of possibly unfamiliar features - Over-the-top violent (personal taste) With a little more polish, it would be an easy 5-star game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome!

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    Dipial
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    It's hard to believe I just said that, but there it is. Skyrim was inarguably one of the very best games of last generation, and I think Fallout 4 has topped it handily. That said, if you didn't like Skyrim or Fallout 3, you probably won't like this either. Also you are a terrible person. So yes, this game is amazing and as far as I'm concerned has lived up to the hype. But here's the thing: it didn't immediately suck me into its world the way Skyrim did. For me it wasn't until around 20 hours in that I started wanting to live in this world, but that's probably my own fault because that's when I really started working on the main questline. Up until that point I was basically doing relatively mundane side missions, building up my base, and tweaking my weapons. "This is pretty fun," I was thinking, "but where is that Bethesda magic?" Well yeah, me, it's down the main path. Duh. Bethesda magic in spades. Or some other card suit even better than spades. Not only is there a mindf*** post-apocalyptic cyberpunk neo-noir story that unfolds, but as you pick up missions from the various NPC's in the settlements you pass through, their stories and motivations tie into the plot in deep and convincing ways that make this virtual world spring believably to life. And I know at level 19 I'm still only scratching the surface. I played for 12 hours yesterday, and couldn't wait to wake up and do it again today.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding

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    GoneAViking
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    This is a great follow-up to Fallout New Vegas. If you liked that game and Fallout 3, you are sure to enjoy Fallout 4, which presents improved graphics, character voices, and a very broad and involved central story line. Add to that numerous side quests, and you're set for days and days of adventure. This time you are the "Lone Survivor," a man or a woman, whom you can customize at the outset. Though you have a main quest, there is plenty to distract and involve you the moment you step foot out of Vault 111 in the Commonwealth - what used to be Massachusetts. There are, as there were in New Vegas, several competing factions. Gone are reputations, either global or local, and that is something I would prefer had remained, as it was both useful and realistic. On the other hand, there are various improvements, like having to actually worry about powering your power armor. You can also make modifications to weapons and armor, give them improved sights, new stocks, faster reload times, etc. You can improve your power armor, even giving the helmet a red military light. You can give it different paint jobs. There are other dramatic changes as well, including founding settlements. You assign the settlers to various tasks, from defense to growing crops or running stores (which create income for you). In return, you have to protect these settlements if you want them to prosper, rescue kidnapped settlers, and so forth. The maintenance of settlements can be a bit of a micromanaging bore, but you can avoid it altogether if you don't care about them or avoid the faction that fosters their founding and development. All in all, it's a lot of fun. The familiar perks are there, the followers are interesting (sometimes delightful) with voices too, and various quirks, sometimes annoying. Absolutely recommended.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Don't be intimidated if you're a casual gamer

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    jasonw754
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    This game has a tremendous amount of details to learn and master. I'm a casual gamer, and I've sometimes been reluctant to try this kind of game because I don't have a lot of time to play and sometimes a simple linear shooter is easier to jump in and jump out. Fallout 4 is worth it, though. This game is visually stunning, the story line is intriguing and the character interactiions are realistic enough to immerse you in the game. The problem solving is more than just puzzles or finding which drawer the key is hidden in to get to the next level, and you can't just run & gun, so you have to make more rational decisions than the usual gaming experience. I like this about it. I find myself in a situation where I have 3 rounds of ammo to my name and I really want to complete this mission before I go to bed. The obvious path is so well guarded that I run out of ammo and the rangers are able to take me out from a distance, but it's an open-world so maybe there's a sneakier way in. I search around, find more supplies and junk, and end up finding a back way where I can take out one guard at a time in close-range combat so that I can collect his ammo and progress. When all that is done, I can easily forget about the going to bed part and jump back to Sanctuary and enjoy a totally different gaming experience of building a stronger settlement and crafting weapon & armor upgrades using realistic methods like gathering the actual supplies and components rather than just an arbitrary in-game currency. I highly recommend this game for other casual gamers. You can take it at your own pace, the soundtrack and visuals are amazing, and it seems like there will literally be hundreds of unrepetitive hours to enjoy in this game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Gaming, Gaming never changes

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    Lothmar
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    Sure there are some things im disappointed about but its hard to simply stop the hype train after it reaches its destination so of course im gonna get a little scuffed while jumping off at the station. I've got nearly a week on my current main save file (7x24 hours) and nearing level 90 but man this game map is still jam packed with things for me to find. Sure i've had a few issues, such as having to delete all the excess save files after a certain point because once the que is full it saves your files over the bottom file which isn't readily available. Which had me nervous the first time it happened cause I thought it was erasing my saves. *chuckle* But once I got rid of all the excess autosaving and just did it myself i've noticed I haven't had to do that. I haven't run into any game breaking bugs on the xbox thankfully. Most of them have been charming bethesda boques of oopsie daisies which they're known for. Like bears hanging in the air around a tree like fruit to be shot down for xp and crafting resources. Or pack Brahmin falling from the sky to where they were supposed to be traveling on the ground and taking out a verti-bird. And sure Bethesda could have made my connection to the story a lot deeper by making me feel connected to my family with a simple opener like the movie up and heck, maybe even include some proper tutorials for their more obscure crafting and settlement features. But honestly the fan base has been fantastic about helping each-other online with this game so i've never had a problem a google/youtube search couldn't solve. Story - Excellent Gameplay - Excellent Replayability - Excellent Overall 8/10 but only because I think Bethesda could have done better.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Just don't really see the appeal.

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    Odifc21
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    *disclaimer* MY personal thoughts and opinions, just mine. For years I've been hearing from friends and family how great the world of Fallout was. The months leading up to the release of this game were no different. Everybody told me I had to try this game. I finally decided to do so. After about 10 hours of playing the game, I'm certainly impressed, just not blown away. Graphically the game is beautiful and I like the game mechanics. The challenge is good, although a bit frustrating for me because I was brought up on jrpgs. (Yes I changed the difficulty.) Dealing with your inventory and managing quests is also a pleasant experience. But therein lies the problem for me. I don't find the quests interesting in the least bit and I feel like there are just way too many useless items. I understand that most games nowadays are like that, I guess I just found Skyrim and Far Cry much more interesting. Speaking of Far Cry, that game blows this one of the water when it comes to fun. I realize they're completely different games, but still. Again though, that's just my opinion. I keep hearing about all the action and excitement this game offers, but it feels incredibly slow to me. If anyone reading this can tell me how to make my experience more enjoyable, that would be great. I'm definitely open to suggestions. Another thing I've been considering is, maybe I'm just not a Fallout kinda guy. So please anyone, feel free to insult me for this review; or here's a thought, tell me what I'm missing.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Tourist RPG no more, go rebuild the wasteland!

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    HugeBullfrog
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    Fallout 3 and Fallout:NV are equally my two favorite RPGs of all time. Fallout 4 has to live up to not only its stalwart predecessors but also the enormous hype Bethesda put out before the game was released. The game is awesome, but not perfect. As with many RPGs it takes at least a few hours before things really get interesting. Don't let some of the reviews out there and a few of the game's hiccups prevent you from getting into it. Yes. There are SOME glitches (people are making it sound like the game is littered with glitches and low frame rates etc) yes there's a few annoying glitches but it's not game breaking. Yes. A few traditional elements of previous Fallout games have been "oversimplified/streamlined" (skills, voiced protagonist, repair etc) but BUT there are so many better and more interesting things to fill you time with - namely the enormous crafting system. You literally build guns up from a basic shell of a gun that barely works into something unique, powerful, and awesome. The settlements building is truly outstanding. When you compare F4 to F3 and F:NV this is probably the biggest single improvement. Something that was sorely lacking in previous titles. Not only do you build it but you also build up defenses and a militia to defend it. Truly impressive. I feel so much more connected to this game world than so many other RPGs. If you aren't playing this game you are hugely missing out! Go getting and start rebuilding the wasteland fellow wanderer!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great for new and old Fallout fans

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    Normandy
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    I've been eagerly anticipating a new fallout game since Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. When the player begins Fallout 4, a vast new land is open for exploration. There are plenty of things to discover and quests to embark on. Players can choose to play through the exciting new story right away or explore the wastes instead. The story is a very new and interesting Fallout experience that is filled with choices and takes the player on a fun Fallout adventure. However, I found the story to be somewhat shorter than I expected it to be. I also played straight through it upon beginning my first play through. After finishing the story, I wish I would have further explored the wastes before starting the main story quests. After beating the main story though, players can still continue to explore the wastes and complete other quests they find and level up without a level cap. The graphics of the game are beautiful and still have that Fallout feel to them. The mechanics are a little new as well, but I think the changes are good. Another thing players can now do is create and watch over their own settlements. This is not necessary to complete the story, but it's a very fun and new experience. I wish the story was longer, but other than that I was not disappointed with anything else. Fallout 4 is a great game for Fallout fans and newcomers to the franchise alike.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Amazing, but not without flaws

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    Derek
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    I love this game, and every game that comes from Bethesda Softworks. But as with every game this publisher pushes out, it comes riddled with bugs. The game is massive, so to push a perfect product is asking a lot, and the developers and QA department have a lot on their plate. Frame rate drops are a plenty, crashes and freezes happen every now and then. AI gets wonky and will stop in its tracks sometimes, corpses will decide they don't want to be on this planet any more and fly off into the distance so you can't loot them. Quest bugs happen quite a bit, mainly with companions so you can't complete loyalty/perk missions. The graphics are nothing to go wild over compared to other current gen games, even though compared to Fallout 3 we are looking at a night and day difference. Combat is tighter than ever, and you no longer have to rely on VATS to help you win every battle. The music is lacking though, with quite a few rehashes from Fallout 3. The dialogue system they took a step in the wrong direction though, now you only have 4 options centered around the A, B, X, Y buttons that are shortened to yes, no, sarcastic and more information. But I guess that's the price of having a fully voiced protagonist. TL;DR Game of the year nominee. Bugs are a plenty though, but it took almost everything that Fallout 3 was and improved it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great RPG

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    Wals
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    I'm not usually a fan of RPG/action games but Fallout 4 has won me over. It's probably because of the story about the aftermath of a nuclear war but mostly it's about the main character searching for his son after he was kidnapped. There's also the twist of him being frozen and awakening after 200 years in a place called the Vault which was part of some nefarious plot. RPG games require a lot of time, patience and for you to be willing to search all the nooks and cranny's where items are needed to maintain, modify and construct weapons and other required items. It's not a game where you can beat it in a weekend and is like watching a TV series for a season or two. The enemies can be difficult to stop and require progressively more powerful weapons which you acquire after locating the necessary parts or receiving them from other survivors after completing their requested tasks. The game runs and controls smoothly on the XBOX One with a huge world to explore where you meet and talk to the survivors to get information about his kidnapped son. It also involves completing tasks to gain confidence and trust from the survivors who will help you after you assist them. You get a lot of game at a great price and is certainly worth a try.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It's all in how you play

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    DavidJr
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    If you are the type of player that just wants to get through the story of a game, then this is probably not a game for you. If you like exploring, read extra content, and hording lots of junk, then this game is perfect for you. Many hours of gameplay, interesting story and a companion to keep you company, or tick you off. With the map having many real resemblances to the Boston area, and a twist to real world events, it can really get you thinking at times if that is how people will talk of stuff 260+ years in the future. Being played first person or third person, melee or sneaky sniper, friendly or aggressive, you can pretty much play how you want to play. You can also use your smartphone/tablet as your real life Pipboy. Allowing you to controlling inventory, track quests, and view the map. It is also great for showing off your stats and talking about missions with friends. The only down side is that you can't play with real friends. Being able to build amazing settlements and gain loads of followers, just no one real to share it with. I really wish they would have had at least a co-op option. There are so many ways they could have gone about it and it would have influenced other friends into buying it, but sadly it is not there.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    ADDICTING MASSIVE GAME

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    RedZodiaK
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    Fallout 4 is one of the best made games in years if not ever. this game will keep you busy for a long, long time. The amount of content in this game is mind blowing, and DLC hasn't even dropped yet. I'm currently 8 days (almost 200 hours) into the game and I'm only at 43% completion with plenty more to do. I havent even discovered half of all the locations yet. Major props to Bethesda for this edition to Fallout, the gunplay is so much better than 3, the weapon mod system is fairly deep for the weapons, the character perk system is amazing because perks have perks and with no level cap you can build whatever character you want. What gets me is this game has so much content that its an offline single player game and it has more longevity than a lot of these online games, I know for these online games its apples to oranges because its PvP or co op but my point is that those games are marketed and more or less sold to us as these products and experiences that have endless playablity but really don't. This game also features a mode where you can bulld up towns to your liking, its similar to Dark Cloud. There is just so much stuff in this game. Its a must buy in my opinion. You cant go wrong.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic fun in the wasteland!

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    Rachel0814p
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    14 hours in, and Fallout 4 has been a fantastic play. There are a lot of new features and some slight changes to button play from previous Fallout releases, so I did have some frustration in the first few hours figuring out how everything worked. Since it's been a few weeks since the initial release date, there are - fortunately - tons of blog posts and online articles from other players to help provide clues on how to get through some of the less obvious, less user friendly functions. I experienced no issues installing, launching or setting up the game on my XBOX One. Character development was quick and straight forward, and - unlike previous releases, which could be very slow to start - this story takes off right out of the gate. TONS of action. I found Dog Meat, found my power armor, and battled a Death Claw all within 2 hours of starting. Pretty fierce!! Graphics are smooooooth and land topography seems drastically improved. Not a lot of dead space on the map; you don't have to walk far to find some kind of activity. I give it a solid A. Bethesda did a GREAT JOB. I'm super happy so far.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great game, heavy flaws

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    theoldhunter
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    Fallout is an outstanding series full of wonderful surprises and great gameplay. Fallout 4 is a great game. But like any other Bethesda game, the releases can be buggy and down right game breaking. On 3 different save files, I've experience game breaking glitches. NPCs that don't move or get stuck eternally. Falling through the map. I found that Fallout 4 on XBone and Ps4 perform way better with good hard drives. In case for XBone, Fallout 4 performs better installed in a external USB 3.0 HDD and in the Xbox One Elite console which has a hybrid SDHDD. However, Fallout 4 is still beautiful and amazing. The vast wasteland is immersive and wonderful, while having a few qualms with it. The RPG elements of New Vegas and 3 have been stripped down a few notches. The conversations are less narrative driven. On its own standing, Fallout 4 is a game for Fallout fans that can live without some things. However, the game is still impressive scale wise and gameplay wise. If you love exploring, crafting houses like Minecraft, tower defense like mechanics, and great action. Fallout 4 is for you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Bethesda Did It Again.

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    xIPillowIx
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    I have 20+ hours into this game right now and I'm enjoying it thoroughly. It is another well made game by Bethesda. There are a few bugs here and there. But as long as you're quick saving like a mad man, it's no big deal to reload and then the bug has usually disappeared. You are definitely going to get your money's worth out of this game. I got the gold bundle which included the season pass and socks. If you are upset that you missed out on the Pip Boy edition, I absolutely recommend this bundle. You could put one of the socks on your hand and pretend you have a pip boy while playing all the extra content you get from the season pass*, and you can put all the money you saved in the other sock. *playing your Xbox with a sock on one of your hands may result dropping your controller, and dying more often in game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Game Of 2015

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    TheLoneRanger
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    As a long time Fallout fan I was very excited about Fallout 4 and with how many years it took to be made since Fallout 3, so were a lot of other people.This is probably the best game of 2015.You can literally play this game for a month and still have fun left in the game.This game is not for people who like to only play a game for a week and then get rid of it.You have to invest a lot of time in this game.Being a long time Fallout fan I do have a few things that I think they have changed and not for the better.The voice of the main character eliminates interesting and funny dialogue options that were in previous Fallout games.Also I am not a fan of the new Radiation storms and bad weather.It seems to rain way to much and makes seeing things hard to do and the radiation storms can pop up during an important mission and screw things up.Also dead enemies and their items they are holding seem to disappear now sometimes and in past Fallout's you didn't have to worry about that.With all that said though the game is still better than any game you can find out there.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love this game!

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    Chris
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    I have never played any of the previous Fallout games before purchasing this one. I purchased it solely on word of mouth and reading/watching reviews. I knew I was taking a chance and I am sure glad I did. I have only scratched the surface of this game and I am hooked. The start of the story captured my interest and just the sheer magnitude of the game play did the rest. It is truly open world and you can collect just about anything you can think of to use later for bottle caps or weapon upgrades. It is actually slightly intimidating just how much you can and have to do but I still want to keep playing and building my character up and explore the nuclear wasteland to see what else is out there. I am not a hardcore gamer by any stretch of the imagination due to time constraints with work, school, and family but this game makes me sneak time in to play it because it is that good. I would recommend this game to any fan of open world games or someone just looking for a challenging game that will take some time.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A departure from previous Fallouts

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    Caulairdis
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    I'm a fan of fallout, so while this sounds like it is trashing the game, it isn't simply stating what is different. If you've played Fallout Shelter, it clues you into what is in store. The main focuses are building and maintaining settlements, modifying weapons and armor and Power Armor- all which require extensive scavenging. Weapons are reminiscent of Elder Scrolls- the more powerful they are, the heavier they are, leading to unlikely thinks such as 20 lb assault rifles and 17lb SMGs. Power armor is more like a mech in this iteration. It is the only thing that degrades through use and must be repaired. It requires fuel and can be modified. Regrettably, gone is Hardcore mode from New Vegas, so food, water and sleep are completely optional and you can carry 3000 rnds of ammo with no restrictions. If you are looking for something that combines the best of Skyrim and New Vegas, or if you live in the Boston area you will be disappointed. If you are looking for a new take on the post apocalyptic genre, you will be amused.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Buy it!

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    Drea
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    I really dig how it's going so far. The first part of the story was pretty intense, some may, call it slow, but if you're really into role playing story line it gives you a insight before everything goes wrong. They did a good job with the character creation. You can get pretty close into making yourself or get totally imaginative. I wish they took that a little bit farther in which you could modify some of the hairstyles, but youre stuck with what the Dev's gave you. Also be nice they also gave you the whole RGB for hair color. If you can, download the Pip Boy app, it connects easily and it's a nice way of seeing the map: local and world - along with setting waypoints, checking your status I've found it quite useful at least. Watch out for ghouls, I feel like theyre a bit more vicious, you're dog can at least drag them down for you, which makes them easier to kill.

    I would recommend this to a friend