IM PLAYIN discuss why Fallout 4 should live up to the hype.
"Fallout 3 was one of the greatest games I’ve ever played. It’s by far one of my favourite RPGs, and I’ve played a lot of them. That being said, New Vegas was a bit of a disappointment. It didn’t have the razzmatazz that seemed to seep out of every corner of Fallout 3 – which was weird, because they were pretty much the same game. I think that’s what the problem was, though. New Vegas felt like a carbon copy, or a bulky expansion to me, and it always seemed a little forced. So I do worry about Fallout 4, sometimes – can it live up to the hype and the precedence set by Fallout 3?"