'Fallout 4' Will Get A Game Of The Year Edition This September

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This tickles my fancy. I have the game and all the DLC, but I'm a sucker for goodies. I'm also a sucker for the Fallout games. Fallout 3 really hooked me, but I went back and played everything I could get my hands on.

I think my dumb, hoarding, weirdo self might have another purchase on the horizon. I know it's a bad idea, but I just don't care.
 

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Fallout 4 was a fun game... I played some of the DLC but should probably go back and play it all. I didn't like the choices you had to make in the main storyline so I actually never finished the main quest line, but it was still a decent diversion and better than a lot of games I've blown time and money on.
 

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I'm not sure why, but FO4 didnt grab me like other recent entries. I've done playthroughs of NV and 3 several times over the years, but I have little to no desire to run through Boston again.
 

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It feels wrong calling this a Game of the Year edition.

There were some great games this year, but Fallout 4 isn't on that list. Not by a longshot.
 

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Bethesda makes great games, but, they are greedy pricks. Not even any value given if you already own the main Fallout 4 game. For instance, they, basically, just upgraded Skyrim to run on the PS4 and the Xbox One and are still trying to charge full price on it after about a year, despite releasing it for free on PC. They will do anything to milk the consumer. I think I am starting to agree with Elbert in that I will just start waiting a couple of years for them to release a "game of the year" edition before parting with my cash with these scoundrels.
 

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Heretical comment: I actually really, really liked Inquisition. It felt like the first actual RPG BioWare has done since Origins/Mass Effect 1.
 

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I thought DA:I showed a lot of effort on EA/BW's part, BUT---nothing about the finished game thrilled me in the slightest. In a sense, it was a perfect precursor to what Andromeda turned out to be.

You want heresy? DA2 has inspired me to playthrough multiple times, but I have yet to start a 2nd character in DA:I despite owning it since launch day.
 
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