- Paperback: 544 pages
- Publisher: Prima Games; Pap/Psc edition (November 10, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0744016304
- ISBN-13: 978-0744016307
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 1.1 x 10.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 852 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,073 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide: Prima Official Game Guide Paperback – November 10, 2015
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Prima Games, an imprint of DK and a division of Penguin Random House Inc., is the world’s leading publisher of strategy content for PC and console video games. Prima Games understands what gamers—both casual and hardcore—want and need from strategy guides. Every guide features in-depth content, detailed screen captures, quick-reference tips, and professional strategy. Prima Games is also a leader in the digital strategy realm, offering interactive maps, streaming video, searchable online guides and apps, and a full website at primagames.com.
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This great quality book is full of useful guides of perks, stategies, enemies - whatever you need!
The mini posters are a cool collector's item, the quality is very good and look nice as they are made out of cardboard.
If you are like me and get easily lost while exploring dungeons, this books has a free code to download interactive maps to your tablet or smartphone which is very useful.
As a fan, this is a must.
Getting to the content of the book, well ... its ... not the best. Comparing it to the great FO3 game guide or the TES5 guide, it just cant hold itself up to those. The book's info doesn't go deep enough into it's categories, what I mean by that is that it doesn't go over things clearly enough. Say if you are looking over a mission and want to know what kind of conflicts you'll come across (combat, dialogue, etc.) it doesn't say. Or if the mission had a hidden chest or safe that is obscured or hidden, the guide says nothing about these certain items/containers. So you could completely barge over a great gun, or good armor piece, or something like that. The reading is very light and is not very descriptive as well. The pages that are designated for missions and quests just tell you how to do the quest, rather that giving tips for combat, or how to avoid it all-together, as I stated before. A great example of a guide that does this is the fantastic GTA-5 guide, that went over mission branching, avoiding obstacles, certain short-cuts, weapon/collectible locations, etc. This guide simply doesn't, which is pretty frustrating, if you expected something like that (as I did). The book does (as i felt) deal with weapons, bios, and locations pretty well though. The book does have a pretty good array of tables, pictures, and columns, which helps add detail, and makes it a bit more immersive.
So no, Ladies & Gentlemen, this guide is not the best Prima has done, but in makes up for its lack of description, and mission content in pleasing aesthetics, crisp looks, and good presentation.
Dovahkin isin't gonna Fus Ro Dah over this,and the lone wanderer isint going to loose a limb over it. but there's still enough here to make a pleasing game guide.
As far as the vaule of the guide (and the Lithograph and map poster that came with it) for the purpose of collection is concerned, you can't really go wrong there. The lithographs are printed in glossy slightly thicker version of printer papers that will not flop if you hold it by the bottom but stay straight (quality). The commonwealth map seems like it has too many things going on at first look but it begins to make more sense (like any other games) as you progress through the actual commonwealth as you progress it.
For the price, it's a great collectible, and a conditionally efficient guide.