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Discussion in 'Fallout 4' started by Polynoid, Apr 21, 2016.
And you felt the need to repeat this because? So you like fo4? Cool. But please give a specific example.
"Everything" is not an example. Please specify ONE thing
Guys don't feed him, put him on your ignore list and wait for an admin to ban him.
Good point. It's already started another flame bait thread after several warnings already so the ban is probably coming.
I don't care for ban anymore. I hate every one of you.
Now that would be pretty damn exceptional.
I do like the design of the Vaults and the jumpsuits compared to 3 and NV. Don't much care for the actual experiments though. Nothing tops Vault 11.
Just ban him, he is obviously a troll.
"I hate everyone on the site. I don't even care if I get reported. This is just madness, disrespectfulness and criticism." (taken from Slayerite's status at the moment)
It obviously wants to troll and flame bait at this point.
I liked how there was no big quest to direct people to explore Vault 11. In fact, the objective appears as a note in the Pip-Boy as though the Courier decided to investigate on their own. As for the vault suits, the ones in 4 do have the skin-tight appearance of the classic Vault suits at least.
Yes. Thing is I can't ban people, so I have to wait for someone else to do it.
See? That's what I said.
Not as near edgy as writing in eastern europe fallout 2 mods, let's not give credit where it's not necessary.
Armor- I do like the feel of the power armor, though I am disappointed that they introduced it so fast. I also like the fact that we can chose our armor pieces.
Combat- The shooting is better. VATS isn't so bad.
Environment- Certain regions didn't have a ugly, green tint to it.
Some minor features like sprinting and being able to pick perks whenever you want is appreciated.
I liked the visual design of certain things, I enjoyed the way power armour felt and the way radiation worked.
I think that's it.
The Pre-war section would have been great, if they had actually let you explore a bit, and had a few scenes in the pre-war world, rather than rushing you in to action. It seems like they obviously care far more about getting to the mindless shooting, then letting you establish your character's pre-war life.
Yeah, the pre-war part was definitely a wasted opportunity. But, then again wasted opportunity must qualify as the subtext of Fallout 4 at this point.
Personally, I would've liked it if the pre-war prologue had been expanded to allow you to build your character's backstory across several defining moments from the protagonist's life (one of the few ideas I liked in FO3).
Or, hell, they could've shortened the whole sequence and had the game start with the protagonist queuing up to get into the vault and have character creation occur as you fill out questionnaires, sit aptitude tests and answer interview questions, etc. Such a sequence could've also served as the games tutorial.
I just wish there hadn't been any pre-war sequence at all. The original Fallout games were always about leaving it to your imagination. The pre-war world should've been pieced together from what little we do see of it. Instead we get this mind-numbingly dumb sequence involving '50s bullshit and soap opera.
That's a fair point and piecing knowledge of the pre-war world together without ever really knowing it for certain was something that I really enjoyed about Fallout 1 & 2. My little brainstorm above was more in the vein of "if you're going to do a pre-war bit, do it properly".