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Fallout 4 - PlayStation 4

Platform : PlayStation 4
Rated: Mature
4.6 out of 5 stars 1,487 customer reviews
Metascore: 87 / 100
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  • Next generation of open-world gaming
  • Developed by Bethesda Game Studios under the direction of Todd Howard
  • Fallout 4 is the follow up to the 2008 'Game of the Year' Fallout 3
  • First title from the world-renowned studio since the release of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard

Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Fallout 3 and Skyrim, welcomes you to the world of Fallout 4. Winner of more than 50 Game of the Year awards, including top honors at the 2016 D.I.C.E. Awards. Fallout 4 is the studio's most ambitious game ever and the next generation of open-world gaming. As the sole survivor of Vault 111, you enter a world destroyed by nuclear war. Only you can rebuild and determine the fate of the Wasteland. Welcome home.

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Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B00YQ2KCWO
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.6 x 6.7 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 10, 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,487 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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By David A. Jayne on November 14, 2015
Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Standard
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.

So, OK. Obviously I like it.

But it is a Bethesda game, and believe me, it never lets you forget that. If you didn't know Fallout 4 was going to ship with some rough edges, well, have you played a Bethesda game before?
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Standard
After reading numerous mixed reviews I decided to write one that should clarify a lot about this latest installment of the Fallout series.
I have played every fallout game, from fallout 2, through New Vegas. I have also played Morrowmind, Oblivion, Skyrim, and Elder Scrolls Online. I have enjoyed every Bethesda game for it's time. That being said....This is not like any fallout game you have ever played, nor is it like any of the Elder Scroll series games. This game is it's own. You may see similarities to the other Fallout games because the setting is the same, a post-apocalyptic landscape with many factions of survivors vying for control of the local populace. That is the only connection Fallout 4 has to the other titles mentioned above. This is a brand new genre of gaming, FPS/RPG/SIM/Builder. Now that we have clarified that I will NOT be comparing this game to the other Fallout's or The Elder Scrolls games, and I will try my best to not have any spoilers to the story, so lets jump in to the review.

My first impression of Fallout 4 was of awe. The character creation is unique and versatile, sculpting the facial features to you exact preference, choosing you sex, race, and body type, all while the game is actually beginning to build the story around you. There are thousands of preset names in the AI database so when you name your character (i.e. 'John') the AI in the game respond accordingly calling your character by the name you have given him/her. There are pre-loaded faces and body types that are varied and stunning.
The landscape in the game is beautiful, even for a radioactive wasteland. The world is vast, and intricate, every detail sculpted to please the ocular palate.
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I spent days in the wonderful worlds of Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas. Played all the FO3 DLC and half the NV DLC. They are (like many) easily 2 of my favorite games ever. You have so many thing to do in these worlds. I'll just give a quick run down of my thoughts on the game.

Pros

Guns - SOOO many more guns than the other games. The customization options really are intense. You're not just stuck with a 10mm pistol.. You can turn that pistol into so many different versions of its self.

Special - The special and the perk system has taken a huge step up in my opinion. First thing I noticed right away, is you now have the ability to cap your special (all 10's). With the no level cap this is something that can be achieved. A lot of us might not bother, but the flexibility with the perks is also an amazing thing. You have a lot of the familiar options to choose from that were on FO3 and NV. If you want a more in depth analysis on it, google is your friend. : )

Power Armor - I've seen some complaints about power armor. I can kind of agree with them, but at the end of the day. I prefer it this way. Power armor has taken a drastic change from previous games. It gives you the feel that power armor should. It's not just another piece of armor that sits in your inventory for easy application. When you put it on it doesn't change your mobility just a tiny bit, but feel pretty much the same. It's not just a couple pieces of armor.
The power armor is a full robotic suite. It's something you have to climb into, in order to use. You can climb into it with your gear you currently have on. However, you can't carry the power armor around with you. When you get out of it, it stays where you leave it (it also show's up on your map, when you get out).
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