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Todd Howard did what I wanted and admitted that trainwreck of a dialogue system a good chunk of the rest is surprising well built. I could spend hours craftin and building things up the perk system wasn't quite as bad as I had thouth it'd be other than not bein very mod friendly and most importantly the world presented is surprisingly well built and Shandified. no m9ore of Fallout 3's issue of "What do they eat?" in places like Sanctuary you get to answer that question with self-sustaining communities and the meat vendor in Diamond City actually explains where all their food comes from for example it feels more like a world filled with people rather than just a sandbox for the player in that regard. my one big gripe is a lot of the generically named non-hostile NPCs like "Settler" and "Scavenger" that's just lost potential.

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Your thoughts?

Posted January 7th by Brandy
Brandy

It's a pretty well built game but I honestly feel too much emphasis was put on the Settlement stuff... I dunno, maybe I am just bad at finding content in Fallout 4 but I feel like there's less to do than what I am used to in a Bethesda game.

Posted January 7th by Moonray
Moonray
 

I literally just gave my thoughts @Brandy

Posted January 7th by tnu
tnu

It's a fallout 4 joke . You'll get it the longer u play lol

Posted January 7th by Brandy
Brandy

if it has to do with dialogue prompts then I probably won't. first hting I did was install XDI.

Posted January 7th by tnu
tnu

I would say take it slow, because it doesn't have too much replay-ability, except if you want to play it again as a different gender and go a different alignment route. But then that's pretty much it.

Posted January 7th by Agis
Agis
 

FO4 is good. I'm just more concerned with what FO5 may become.

Posted January 7th by KnokkelMillennium
KnokkelMillennium

well if Todd Howard is to be beleived it won't have tha tstupid dialogue wheel and will hopefully rever to a m ore sensible list foirmat.

Posted January 7th by tnu
tnu

Before we get a FO5, we better get another Elder Scrolls game.

Posted January 8th by Q
Q
 

I honestly feel too much emphasis was put on the Settlement stuff


Same. I guess it could have been worse, but I never liked doing any missions that revolved around settlement management.

Posted January 8th by Axem Metal
Axem Metal
Need someone to tuck you in?

but I never liked doing any missions that revolved around settlement management.


And the problem I have with most of the settlement missions is they lack any character. Most of the time it's: "Help us the super mutants stole our precious locket!" and then you go kill a camp full of generic super mutants, get the item and then return.

Then you have Preston being all "we need more settlements!" so you go off to help a settlement only to be told to go somewhere else to do another generic kill mission.

I think of all the settlements only one (Covenant) has an interesting story going on that you have to complete before you unlock it. If there were others then I've simply forgotten.

Posted January 9th by Moonray
Moonray
 

Can't say I remember the Covenant mission. I may not have started it; I don't remember getting far in the main quest line. Mostly focused on The Railroad and learning about the Institute. I will never forget the robots guarding the ship, either. I applaud that ridiculous mission

Posted January 9th by Axem Metal
Axem Metal
Need someone to tuck you in?
Reply to: So finally broke down and bought Fallout 4 on sale.

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