Gaming Review Xbox One: Fallout 4

Fallout 4 is a post-apocalyptic open world RPG made by Bethesda. Fallout 4 is the fifth installment of the Fallout series. It was released worldwide on 10 November 2015. Fallout 4 is available for Xbox One, PS4 and Microsoft Windows. And here, we will present you with gaming review Xbox One for Fallout 4.

Gameplay

As in the previous games, in Fallout 4 you will in a post-apocalyptic world, as the world has been destroyed in nuclear war. It takes place in Boston, in 2287, 210 after the war and 6 and 10 years after Fallout New Vegas and Fallout 3, respectively. Basically, the gameplay is not so much different with the previous games, Fallout New Vegas and Fallout 3. In this game, you will play as the sole survivor of Vault 111. Don’t worry, though, Fallout 4 comes with additional features. Those features are base-building, split piece armor system, in depth crafting system which enable you to implement lootable objects and a dynamic dialogue system.

And as usual, the main character is kind of a fish-out-of-water character. You will explore the post-apocalyptic world with a companion, which you can choose based on your liking. You will be able to build a settlement in this game too. Yes, you can rebuild the ruined world.

Pros and cons

First is the pros. Fallout 4 gives the player freedom. You can scavenge materials from the wasteland and then turn it into an upgrade for your weapons or armors, or to help your effort in rebuilding the world. The choice is totally yours.

There are a lot to explore and to do. Fallout 4 ensures the player that there will always things to do. You can spend hours doing side missions, upgrading weapon and armors while forgetting the main missions.

Cons

And now, for the cons. First, is the loading takes too long. Second is the characters’ face expression is not that convincing. And it also takes time to understand the game mechanics.

Fallout 4 has its pros in cons, but if weighted, the pros outweigh the cons. It is a great game for those who want to take a tour in a beautiful (although weird) post-apocalyptic world.