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December 13th, 2018, 10:30
Originally Posted by crpgnut View Post
Well, I haven't missed a night since I got it and that included 3 days of strep throat Doesn't mean the game is great for everyone, but it's good enuf for me even with me griping.
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December 13th, 2018, 19:38
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December 13th, 2018, 23:45
Bit confused by this statement. I haven't played either game (will play fallout 4 one of these days); but my understanding is fallout 4 had a story ala fallout 3 - but was more fps oriented while this was just sort of a sandbox with not much in npc or story elements. Is this not correct ?

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They struggled to explain very simple concepts - because they were afraid to outright call it Fallout 4 with co-op. They tried turning it into something else - and they utterly failed.
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December 14th, 2018, 02:36
Just depends on your description. There are no humans. The early humans like the raiders and the responders and early Brotherhood types are all gone. They've been either killed or have changed into the Scorched. There is a Scorch Dragon that emits a gas that is somewhat like the Virus that mutated the Super Mutants. This virus infects its host turning them into a hive mind type creature. It feels like the many from System Shock 2 to me.

Okay, since everyone is dead the story revolves around learning what happened to the responders, the overseer, and various other groups. You'll read or listen to hundreds of pieces of lore as you put the stories together. It is interesting, but not as interesting as NPC's would have been. I'd rather have Piper, Nick, Curie, and Cait around and talking up a storm. Hell, I'd settle for Dogmeat and his whining and whimpering. It gets pretty quiet out here.
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