My brother has it, and while the game isn't terrible (he's hardcore into Fallout too) it dumbs down a lot of the mechanics, scraps others, and from an RPG perspective is apparently kind of lacklustre compared to the rest of the series. I'd wait for a GOTY if his experience is anything to go by.As a Fallout fan that owns all the series, this is the one I will holdout on for sometime.
yea to do that they would need to stop modding gamebryo and make a new engine... those problems wont be fixed.What about performance fixes for the inherent microstutter and frame-time latency that occurs (minimally) throughout the wastelands
yea its a big open world, where every single quest feels like all the choices are made before you even arrive and just go with the flow.Please explain to me how you consider Fallout 4 Linear? There is a huge open world and all RPG's and MMO's have quest lines.
It is for lack of a better work different...I am in the same situation except I played about 10 hours of Fallout myself then forced my self to wait until I finish TW3. Right now in TW3 I am only level 22 so I have a way to go. I also have that expansion which I may wait to play until the next expansion comes out..(taking a break of sorts from TW3). Looting in Fallout 4 seems paramount! Granted I loot everything in TW3, but I don't use most of the stuff...Every now and then when my inv gets full I go to alchemy and see if there is anything I can craft...Then I store all of my stuff.My son has been playing rabidly since the midnight release... I'm holding out until I finally wrap up Witcher 3 which I got a late start at and am now completely sucked into (what a fantastic title). At the moment it's hard for me to see Fallout 4 standing up to Witcher as the best title of the year... but based on my kid's experience I'm sure F4 will be a compelling (if not quite up to the same graphics standards) followup to the Witcher game.