3 years ago500+ Views
I had bought the game hopeing for something great and they made that happen in mor ways then one. This game has great graphics a great story and cool music. lets just say I dont have school today! ;) REVIEW Most of the way this huge roleplaying-shooter game works is carried over from its excellent predecessors, Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. It is the Skyrim to Fallout 3’s Oblivion, if you will – it iterates on the previous game’s already amazing systems, and it’s similarly dense with locations to explore, genuinely creepy monsters to fight, and superbly engrossing post-nuclear atmosphere that blends unsettling gore and death with dark comedy. After more than 55 hours played I may have seen an ending, yet I feel like I’ve only begun to explore its extraordinary world; from the look of it, I’ll easily be able to spend another 100 happy hours here and still see new and exciting things. :) A story that begins as a basic search for your lost family evolves into something much more complex and morally nuanced. Like in Fallout: New Vegas, we’re drawn into a struggle between several groups competing for control of the region, and deciding which of their imperfect post-apocalyptic philosophies to align with made me pause to consider how I wanted events to play out. Even the highly questionable Institute has a tempting reason to side with them, and turning away from them in my playthrough wasn’t as clear-cut a choice as I’d expected. I was impressed by the sympathy shown toward the villains, too - even the most irredeemable murderer is explored and given a trace of humanity. ✌
@VinMcCarthy Many players were able to preload the game 2 days in advance on steam, and there are many players who played the Beta. The beta was and has been live for months and was only patched into becoming the full release. People also have used a third party Unlocker which unlocked the game for them to play early.
@Haku33 Exactly.
how can you have played 55 hours? The game came out less than 55 hours ago