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Submitted by Donnieboi 1015d ago | opinion piece

Regarding Fallout 4: A Love Letter to Bethesda

Bethesda, baby, a word?

Don't get me wrong, this new The Evil Within business? Awesome, wonderful. It's fresh, looks good on you, I'm really excited for you! But I have to ask you one question.

Where the hell is Fallout 4?

I know you like to try new things and experiment, and that's great, it's part of why I love you like I do. Sure, you could stick to RPGs and open world ventures. You could of course stick to your one sole niche like so many other developers and publishers choose to, but you don't. You like trying on new things for size, like Dishonored. That was great and it really suited you. (Culture)

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