I’ve had the Fallout 4 for a week and am still not sure what the hell I want to play with it.
I’m in a bit of a pickle here.
First, it’s really, really difficult to enjoy Fallout 4.
I’ve got a hard time picking apart the game.
The world is cluttered with small, uninspiring quests and NPCs.
My main interest in Fallout 4, at least for the time being, is in the character progression, and I’ve found the story to be more interesting than the other games in the series.
I played Fallout 3 and 4, and it’s definitely a lot more story-driven than its predecessors.
However, I’m still struggling to find my footing.
Fallout 4 takes place in New California, a city-state and the hub of the New California Republic.
New California is the home of the Brotherhood of Steel, a faction that has been involved in a war with the Commonwealth since the original Fallout.
New Vegas, a wasteland located just outside of the city-states capital, Vegas, is the only one of the game’s main settlements that has a major military presence.
I’d say that’s a good thing for the game, as the story isn’t particularly strong and the worldbuilding is sparse.
New CA is a sprawling metropolis with many towns, cities, and small towns.
The player’s primary objective in New CA’s early game is to explore, but the game introduces a number of side quests that offer more gameplay.
You can buy supplies, hire a mercenary, take part in military training, and even join a cult to help with missions.
These quests offer an additional layer of depth to the game world, and they’re more interesting because you’re exploring a world that you don’t actually own.
Newcomers can get stuck in a tutorial mode, where the game presents a simple tutorial, but it’s still pretty hard to get the hang of it.
And if you have no idea what you’re doing, you’re going to want to jump back and forth between New CA and the Commonwealth.
But even though New CA lacks a full-blown storyline, the new content offers a solid foundation to build on.
Fallout is known for its extensive, sprawling, and expansive settings.
Fallout: New Vegas takes place a lot farther into the future than its predecessor, so it’s not as if there’s a lot of time to explore every nook and cranny of the world.
It’s still a big, sprawling world that contains a lot to discover.
And unlike its predecessor’s questing, Fallout: San Francisco is an entirely open world.
This means that you can explore the city and the surrounding areas and even take a shortcut around the NCR headquarters.
The main goal in Fallout: SF is to find the Brotherhood Headquarters.
This is where the faction’s leader, Lyons, and the rest of the leadership team meet to plan the attack on the NCRC headquarters.
As you explore the game and pick up new weapons and armor, you’ll unlock new quests and add more side quests.
It doesn’t take long to find your way to the base, and as you explore, you learn more about Lyons and the Brotherhood.
You’ll learn that the Brotherhood is working with the NCRP to rebuild the NCRL, and you’ll also learn about their plans for New California.
As a result, you start with a very broad sense of what the Brotherhood has in store for you.
This expansion to the Fallout universe adds to the lore and story of Fallout 4 and gives you more options to play as various factions and characters.
Fallout New Vegas is also the first game in the franchise to support the PlayStation 4 Pro.
It supports cross-save and the ability to use PlayStation VR for cross-platform play.
For example, if you’re playing on a PS4 Pro, you can play with other PlayStation 4 owners at the same time.
There’s also a new feature called “Prey,” which lets you explore and hunt other players.
It works on the same basis as it does in Fallout 3, allowing you to pick up other players and take them on missions.
The first player you can pick up is the one you’re in control of.
You’re supposed to be the only player in control, but if you get distracted or do something wrong, you could lose the mission.
That’s because if you lose the other players, you lose control of your character.
If you’re not sure who’s who, you may be able to track them down using the new “Prowler.”
The new “Hangout” feature is similar to the chat system from Fallout 3.
This system lets you talk to other players on the PlayStation Network and on PlayStation 4.
You will get a message and see what they’re saying.
It can be funny, informative, or downright annoying.
I was pretty annoyed at the Hangout feature from Fallout: V, but after playing the game a bit more, I started to enjoy it more.
It was fun to