As the sole survivor of Vault 111, you enter a world destroyed by nuclear war. Every second is a fight for survival, and every choice is yours. Only you can rebuild and determine the fate of the Wasteland. Welcome home.
"Fallout 4 / Standing up with a nice day, get up the next day in a night nightmare"
This must be the first game that has an amazingly good start in the game. The game involves starting with a good morning day that ends up with a very bad day the next day.
You start as a survivor of Vault 111, who emerged approximately 210 years after the great war. Prior to this, the player is shown to have lived during the pre-War era with their spouse and child.
S.P.E.C.I.A.L. - Strength / Perception / Endurance / Charisma / Intelligence / Agility / Luck - So many choices! I've never seen so many fun choices can be selected. This is not just the only thing you can do about. You can upgrade weapons, your power armor and not only that you can build your own house. It never ends what to do in this game.
Fallout 4 is a very large and open world and incredibly big city. And no, you can not play this game without sound. Theres enemy everywhere, not only that but also monsters.
Take right decisions, it is not easy to make new friends in this new world!
The positives of the game: You have many different choices like face, guns, armor, skills and so on. Beautiful graphics "Decision taken for PS4" Great story line.
The negative of the game : Find some bugs here and there. Very easy to die fast. Not easy to tell who is the enemy or friendly.
So my full scores for this game is - 9 / I highly recommend this game!
The best review ever made for this game:
(not mine, credits go to MisterCaption)
Buggy FPS, it's not RPG. No moral decisions. That's not fallout.
It's a solid sequel with improved weapon and armor crafting, settlement building, and feels like a shooter when you opt to use guns. But it's on the same old engine, with the same bugs (though much fewer), and more of the same in terms of muddy graphics, ho-hum main quest, and fairly aged AI and environmental design practices. That said, I have played hundreds of hours in two high level character builds. The companions and settlement building were the best, if a bit flawed, aspects for me. I feel like ESO, they really needed to double down on this but decided to keep it on the conservative and mass appeal side.
It's a solid Fallout game so far, but a little crude and somehow empty so far, it will be absolutely amazing once the mods come out though
Decent game but so many missed opportunities on Bethesda's part. Modding community pretty much finished and polished this game adding weapons, cosmetics and fixing broken mechanics.
story guns and choices are complet trash
After 400 hours, i still can't put this game away. I just keep coming back!
Okay this is a long time after I played this game. Game alone and later also with mods. I don't want to talk too much so.
The most important thing I think is, the taste of a player. There are some old school fallout fans that loved Fallout 4, and some that did not. There are some younger people that didnt play older Fallouts, and again, some of them loved the game and some did not. So I think review cannot be any helpfull in this case.
I can only say what I personally liked/hated about the game:
- workshop and huge potential in combination with some mods, but even without them, plenty of things to do
- weapon diversity and crafting / upgrading / building weapons, you can really make your own gun that suit your play-style the most
- Game Difficulty really matter (higher difficulty, more real damages, both for you and enemies and also higher chance to find better gear and weapons)
- Graphics, not so good, but better than in F:NW
-very detailed and quite huge world of Boston to explore, also DLCs, in matter of metres squared, it is probably smaller than Mojave in F:NW, but there are so many explorable buildings and so many underground levels that it overcome the amount of places you could visit in F:NW, simply ITS MUCH BIGGER
- I think I've played F4 twice, and it took me more than 300 hours in-game time, dozens of hours I just spent in some workshop building my own base etc. because it is really fun in F4, and building bases really makes sense as there are enemies, riders and robots that can raid your settlements
- characters and Commonwealth are truly alive - they are going from place to place, fight each other, hunt, garden etc.
There are much more good things about this game...
- graphics was not bad, but could be much better for 2015
-another settlement needs your help ....
- you are given many quests without any interaction (for example you just visit certain place and you get a quest - breaking the immersion of a game imho) and also it sometimes caouse, that you don't know how to continue in some quests as you missed some important information / person / fight etc.
- there is some stereotype after playing longer, 90% of time, you just go to some place and kill everybody, take loot, some important item and so on
- also IN MY CASE, after almost finished the game twice, I really can't get back to it anymore, I mean, in my case, the playability is really low, you know all places, all missions all characters, and there are not many choices you can do differently
best of the series.
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Highest Rated (4 agree) 9/10
"Fallout 4 / Standing up with a nice day, get up the next day in a night nightmare" This must be the first game that has an amazingly good start in the game. The game involves starting with a good morning day that ends up with a very bad day the next day. You start as a survivor of Vault 111, who emerged approximately 210 years after the great war. Prior to this, the player is shown to have lived during the pre-War era with their spouse and child. S.P.E.C.I.A.L. - Strength / Perception / Endurance…
Nov 12 2015 by Kark-Jocke