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Nocturnal
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posted June 03, 2015 08:19 PM
Edited by Nocturnal at 20:22, 03 Jun 2015.

Fallout 4

It's announced!

Here is the announcement trailer.

It takes place in Boston.
Will be released for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
No release date yet.
The first full reveal will be at E3.
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EnergyZ
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posted June 03, 2015 08:26 PM

It... is finally here. After four years of development.

It is a shame they couldn't make a development site, or at least give an announcement before.

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Adrius
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posted June 03, 2015 11:16 PM
Edited by Adrius at 23:16, 03 Jun 2015.

Please stand by...


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Nocturnal
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posted June 04, 2015 02:50 PM
Edited by Nocturnal at 14:51, 04 Jun 2015.

New screenshots revealed
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Tsar-Ivor
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posted June 04, 2015 02:59 PM

Would've been nice if the screenshots weren't all pulled from the damn trailer.
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xerox
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posted June 04, 2015 10:55 PM

I think the graphics, particulary at the human model, are very disappointing. Just look at those hands! They barely have fingers!
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Kareeah_Indaga
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posted June 15, 2015 05:18 AM
Edited by Kareeah_Indaga at 05:24, 15 Jun 2015.

Watching the E3 stream for this now; it looks like they're building the creation kit functionality right into the game proper (editing weapons and buildings and such). Also, the guy who gets your stats from you looks very uncanny valley, or is it just me?
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posted June 15, 2015 02:09 PM

Saw the E3 presentation. Game seems to be amazing. Haven't played any Fallout tho.
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Nocturnal
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posted June 15, 2015 04:41 PM

Insanity!

Fallout 4 -- Character Customization -- Official Gameplay Demo #1

Fallout 4 -- Escaping Vault 111 -- Official Gameplay Demo #2

Fallout 4 -- Pip-Boy Walkthrough -- Official Gameplay Demo #3

Fallout 4 -- Building & Customization -- Official Gameplay Demo #4

Fallout 4 -- Weapon Customization -- Official Gameplay Demo #5

Fallout 4 -- Blood 'n' Guts! -- Official Gameplay Demo #6
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Adrius
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posted June 15, 2015 05:39 PM

Dat weapon customization oh god oh god oh god. This is Skyrim hype all over again.

Squeeeeeeee.

*reinstalls New Vegas*
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Adrius
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posted June 15, 2015 11:51 PM
Edited by Adrius at 23:51, 15 Jun 2015.

The combat parts of the trailers are just a bit too intense imo... I think it does it a disfavour... Fallout was always more about that slow, creeping atmosphere for me. Think it's mostly editing for intense E3 trailer experience and **** though.

Lots of things to be excited about. I'm mostly thinking about what an amazing modding platform the weapon customization and house building parts will be. Will make it so damn easy to get amazing custom weapons added... and just imagine all the downloadable house content mods!

Makes me all the more convinced the whole Skyrim paid modding ****-up was all about checking the market for the future Fallout... this **** be mad rigged for allowing custom content. Hope they learned their lesson...
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Kareeah_Indaga
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posted June 16, 2015 12:49 AM

Stevie said:
Saw the E3 presentation. Game seems to be amazing. Haven't played any Fallout tho.


Likewise. Now I might be able to persuade myself to crack open New Vegas...it's been sitting untouched in my Steam library since I bought it a few Steam sales ago.
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Adrius
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posted June 16, 2015 01:06 AM

You're in for a ride

Hope you got the DLC, playing through them in succession makes for a very epic story.
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Nocturnal
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posted June 16, 2015 01:40 AM
Edited by Nocturnal at 01:41, 16 Jun 2015.

OK, I want to mention two problems with Bethesda games

1- They simply cannot grasp their leveling systems.

I loved Skyrim, but I dropped it the first time I played it. Because when I got to higher levels, every enemy was dying like a fly and it got incredibly boring. Then that legendary skills came along. I started the game anew. It was exciting. Unfortunately legendary skills also didn't help. I was struggling with enemies only for some hours and the skill would go up to a medium level quickly.

The same thing but with different consequences happened with New Vegas. But this time all my skills were full in mid game. I had to spend my points to the skills I was not interested. The gameplay became banal.

They create long games with huge worlds and lots of stories. But they cannot adjust the leveling accordingly. I'm obsessive. I must do every single mission and visit every single corner of the game. That's the reason those games are created the way they were. But in that case, I must not become fully trained in two-handed before even entering the Elven Embassy. It mustn't be that easy. Even the legendary difficulty means nothing at that point when my advancement in my main skill ends during the first quarter of the gameplay.

2- Bugs; no surprise. Disappearing objects, characters stuck under water, unending missions, level-ups that don't take place, that silenly accumulate and after 10 levels suddenly happen altogether, and this:



I hope Fallout 4 won't have these problems.
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EnergyZ
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posted June 16, 2015 05:53 PM

You know, I am kinnda feeling that they are now overdoing things. See, I always thought that the game franchise has to develop and evolve to fit in to the newer times. But seeing how much they spend time on modding and making that new feature, now I am not so certain.

I have heard many people claiming Skyrim is one of great games. I don't disagree, but it is just the game seems to be lacking... something. My guess is just that the world was too big, felt like agoraphobic to me. I thought this was just my opinion, but hearing a fellow person here, I see there are others about.

I always liked some games that didn't require too much time to finish them. You could complete Fallout 1 in a week, Fallout 2 in about two or three weeks. My point is that these old games have just this charm about them; it felt like if you could play them once or twice, you actually understood the depth of the game. Skyrim felt just too big, like you needed six months to play over each quest and finish it (hence why I didn't finish it in the first place). Oblivion was a mix; it was big, not as much as Skyrim, but big enough. I don't remember how much it took me to finish it, but I can claim I understood a part of it. Not fully, but partially.

Now, Fallout 4, as someone claimed, is "Skyrim with guns". I don't understand why they all need to get such high-quality graphics; I'd go even with the old generation ones. I also heard the game will be bigger than Skyrim; so much about that disappointment. And I know well how many bugs will it have. Older games had so many bugs you could count them on your fingers.

Someone that may read this, I am not complaining that they evolve and expand, but it feels that they left something out...

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Adrius
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posted June 16, 2015 06:08 PM

So you want it smaller, shorter and less graphically intense.

Dunno what to say about that really haha.

Having huge, expansive and graphically impressive worlds that take weeks upon weeks to fully explore is kinda Beth's trademark.
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EnergyZ
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posted June 16, 2015 06:16 PM

Adrius said:
So you want it smaller, shorter and less graphically intense.


Well, I am not saying that. I just think that they may be focusing on wrong stuff here. Many criticized Fallout 3's story, surely that should be improved. But from what I see from the trailer, it will be, again, cataclysm and emerging from the vault to do something. Hopefully this is just a feeling and not what it really is.

Practically, I'd just want to feel the depth of the game. You have Heroes III (since we are at Heroes Community); not a very large game, yet feels I can do much with it.

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posted June 16, 2015 07:33 PM

I for one am excited to see and play Fallout 4. I doubt it will truly bring anything ground-shaking, but I had enjoyed Fallout and ES-series both by Bethesda. For me Fallout 2 was the best part of the series, games after that were pretty much crap until Fallout 3. I liked the dark atmosphere, but it didn't quite reach the depth 2nd part had. New Vegas was a step down for me, it just felt more "perky" not so apocalyptic and dark as I would wish to see. It was a good game, I played it through few times. Both games did lack greatly in difficulty though compared to old games. On Fallout 3 I played very hard since start, 5 minutes out of vault I had assault rifle and flame-thrower. 15-20 minutes out and I had minigun and nuke-launcher. The fact that higher difficulty also gave more exp actually made the game easier in a way on higher difficulty. I don't remember if NV had same thing with exp, I do remember it added dehydration, but it's not like it was truly any different having it or not. It just added extra time spent on inventory for me aside external water sources. I never encountered many bugs in either game really even though I played them since release(though I did hate the invisible walls at mountain-tops in NV, but not really a bug).

Would be cool if it was possible to be slaver, child-killer, prostitute/porn-star, grave-robber and stuff like that(or brahmin caravan guard that is included in game) which was possible in early games(the slavery felt so artificial by betheseda it to me). Also some encounter more like past games had would be cool, 2 parties at war, caravan under attack, not to mention random encounters. These encounters should be easy to implement if they allow the old kind of movement via map as in the past as additional way of movement(for example between places you have already been to). Anyhow I'm confident it will be a good game and I will pre-order it. I got good experiences from Bethesda games overall and it's a series that feels like it's moving forward in terms of game-play at the very least.

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EnergyZ
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posted June 16, 2015 07:58 PM

TD said:

Would be cool if it was possible to be slaver, child-killer, prostitute/porn-star, grave-robber and stuff like that(or brahmin caravan guard that is included in game) which was possible in early games(the slavery felt so artificial by betheseda it to me).


Well, Fallout 3 and New Vegas had children, but couldn't be killed, due to some new rule in US or something. Porn star is also unlikely. Others were seen and may be added, even if the game is rated 18 PEGI.

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posted June 16, 2015 08:13 PM

Really? Sex-appeal has been on some quests, but I don't recall prostitution(as in getting money for the act like in fallout 2). Could you point out where you can be prostitute? Grave-robber was something I haven't been called as in bethesda games either, don't recall having it in my stats either though action itself was possible. And as you said children are present, just immortal.

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