Which is the point; 'Good' is a measurement of quality, 'Popular' of quantity. Would the different costs have something to do with it? A bunch of people like to eat dogs and rats, does that make dogs and rats 'good' food for everyone? Also, you should cut down on the fallacious hyperbole there, it's not flying. That doesn't make it 'good'. Who's saying that is bad? Again, 'popular' does not equal neither good nor bad. In itself the game's not so bad (not so good either), but as a fallout game, as an rpg, and as a fallout sequel, it's bad.