About the Game:
Initial release date: November 10, 2015
Developer: Bethesda Game Studios
Designer: Emil Pagliarulo
Awards: BAFTA Games Award for Best Game, more
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
Fallout 4 Game Review:
After re-appropriating the gameplay codes of a cult license to make it into the next generation with Fallout 3, Bethesda has – not without clear-sightedness – entrusted Fallout New Vegas’s writing to Obsidian, Veterans of the first opus. Modernity of gameplay and science of writing had then allied to give birth to an episode of Fallout that did not have to blush in front of the prestige of his name, quite the contrary. In 2015, Bethesda chose to fully take over the orders of the making of Fallout, intending to open the legend to the general public. For the best or for the worst ?
When you attack a piece like Fallout and offer a successor to the last episode of the saga already 5 years old, you have to make choices. Bethesda took his own and opted for the democratization of the post-apo license by trying to recover in its lap a whole section of the public never having set foot in the universe initiated by Black Isle in 97. This will to ‘Opening Fallout 4 to the greatest number will be felt in the first few seconds of introduction since for the first time the context that led to the war is copiously explained through a very serious and tearful cinematic that does not correspond frankly to the tone from the Serie. However, this bite reminder allows Bethesda to offer himself an unprecedented intro since it will allow you to live the day when the bombs were dropped, thus destroying the civilized world.
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