During my amount of time in quarantine, I’ve devoted my life to locating my kidnapped son and avoiding nuclear radiation.

Fallout 4 is a gaming that arrived in 2015 even though I might be late to the party, this game continues to be “bringing the home down.” Its flawless storyline has me by the end of my gaming chair, its graphics are visually captivating, and every second of its gameplay is an instant to be treasured. Despite being five years old this game continues to be worth playing.

The first reason Fallout 4 will probably be worth playing is due to my childhood. When I was little I used to play on the PlayStation 2. Those games were so difficult and glitchy that I’d often conclude in tears. Having said that, after many hours of struggling and I finally saw some success, I felt like I was unstoppable. Fallout 4 reminds me of the feelings I had when playing PS2 games. Everytime I believe I really know what I am doing, the overall game throws me another curve ball draining my time and sanity. Regardless of the challenge it offers, Fallout 4 gives its players a feeling of accomplishment because of their time and efforts.

Another reason Fallout 4 will probably be worth playing may be the storyline. In my own first 30 mins of playing through the story I had been sick to my stomach with anticipation and suspense. Every moment was valuable and carefully crafted, but what really sucked me in was the role playing aspect. The overall game enables you to design the characters to your liking and puts their decisions in the hands. This aspect isn’t new, since it has appeared in games just like the Sims and Dark Souls, but Fallout 4 goes the excess mile by making your entire decisions have significant (sometimes negative) repercussions on the storyline.

Furthermore to its tough gameplay and gut-wrenching storyline, Fallout 4 also offers some pretty amazing graphics. The overall game occurs in Boston and several its iconic landmarks are done justice by the game’s beauty. Another aspect which makes the overall game so visually pleasing is all of the 50s style architecture. There are a lot of carefully crafted dinners, drive-ins, and drug stores that are so real Personally i think like I am obtaining a virtual tour of the 50s.

As much as I really like Fallout 4, it has three big conditions that have to be fixed.

Issue one: The overall game offers third-person play, nonetheless it is designed to be considered a first-person shooter. Third-person is indeed bad I cannot land an individual shot with any gun. Everytime I play third-person my character eventually ends up dead or hanging on for dear life. RIP virtual Blake.

Issue two: The overall game has a built-in skill tree called S.P.E.C.I.A.L. S.P.E.C.I.A.L means strength, perception, endurance, charisma, intelligence, agility, and luck. When you initially start the overall game it asks you where you intend to focus your S.P.E.C.I.A.L points. My first-time playing the overall game I put nearly all my points into charisma and intelligence. The overall game told me easily did that my character will be a suave genius who could fix any problem along with his brains and smooth talk. What the overall game didn’t tell me is that a lot of problems can’t be fixed with either intelligence or charisma. What I learned was most problems in Fallout 4 can only just be solved with guns, grenades, and a lot of ammo. Due to my initial decision I had to restart the complete game because I couldn’t kill anything. I really do not care if the perks I picked on the first go round were useless, but I will not have to count on Youtube to determine why. Fallout 4 shouldn’t lie about the perk tree since it is unfair and will waste a gamers most effective resource, time.

Issue three: The outfits for characters in Fallout 4 either look excellent or provide a large amount of protection, there is absolutely no middle ground. This kinda dates back to issue numbers one and two. The overall game enables you to wander the post-nuclear wasteland in a tuxedo, but you’ll shell out the dough when things start going south, which is never long in Fallout 4. I typically can’t make it 5 minutes before things get messy and I am forced to whip out the “big guns.” Unfortunately, gun size will not matter because at some point enemies do an excessive amount of damage for me never to have armor on. Armor in Fallout 4 is indeed ugly and sometimes it generally does not even cover all of your body. For the tuxedo it includes no protection and regardless if it did I’d not have the ability to view it because playing the overall game in third-person is a nightmare and I’ll die, thus rendering my beautiful character useless. I wish the overall game allows my character to be deadly and beautiful.

Although the above critics seem to be harsh, I must say i had to nitpick to create them. Fallout 4’s pros outway the cons any day. If you want heavy action, explosions, unforgettable characters, suspenseful stories, and great graphics Fallout 4 is unquestionably the game for you personally.