My Brief Excitement Over a New Fallout Game

If there was one thing I wasn’t expecting to come out of Bethesda this Summer, it was the announcement of a brand new Fallout game. Only three years after Fallout 4 and with little of a sniff of a new main Elder Scrolls game in the meantime.

After a long and “eventful” 24 hour lifestream from Bethesda themselves, the excited masses were treated to a teaser trailer for their brand new game; Fallout 76.

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Wooderon Games of the Year 2015: #3

Top three time. I’m betting some of you are going to be able to guess which games I’m going to put up on the top of my list this year. Well, writing a header for each of these is difficult so let’s just jump to the chase.

#10 Halo 5: Guardians

#9 Ori and the Blind Forest

#8 Splatoon

#7 Dragonball XenoVerse

#6 Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

#5 Destiny: The Taken King

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The internet wants to lower our expectations of Fallout 4

Whether it’s people wanting to be realistic, trying and ease the jets of hype that have been gushing all week leading up to Fallout 4’s release, or my fears are coming true and enjoying things is well and truly out of fashion. But all the early coverage of the Bethesda’s new game has been negative.

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Fallout 4 comes out tomorrow, and while Bethesda themselves have been relatively light on the marketing of their game in comparison most big releases these days gamers have been stirring themselves up into a frenzy of excitement. So it might be a bit galling to see a number of articles from the reviewers and early players all commenting on the same bugs and crashes that go a step further than the traditional Bethesda jank. Continue reading “The internet wants to lower our expectations of Fallout 4”