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The 5 Biggest Problems With 'Fallout 4'

It’s always a bit strange to see such huge disparities between the positive and negative reviews and reactions. Interestingly, however, many of the positive and negative reviews seem to agree on many points. The game has some very big problems. Where they ultimately differ is that for some gamers and critics, these problems don’t detract much from the overall experience. For others, issues ranging from technical to intentional game design choices have left a sour taste in many gamers’ mouths.

Here are the five biggest problems with Fallout 4.

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EazyDuz221096d ago

Disregard anything Forbes has to say due to having to wait 5 seconds to even read the Fallout 4 bandwagon clickbait article.
Nothing to see here folks

pandehz1096d ago

Agree with everything except the part where ''When The Witcher 3 came out looking, in my humblest of opinions, worse than The Witcher 2, that mattered to me'' like whatttt?

Are they blind?

That one guy 861096d ago

I don't agree with most in this article.
Graphics are okay, its more about the quality and amount of content. I personally haven't experience any significant bugs. Conversations are a bit weak and wish there were more consequences to my choices. I find the combat to be fine and VATS now requires faster planning and puts more pressure on your decisions. More of the same is just fine. I haven't played a Fallout game in many years. This is all relatively fresh to me. Overall, I love this game and can't get enough!

sander97021096d ago

I agree on too many bug and that the dialogue system is really bad compared to 3/NV but the rest I don't really agree with.

Takwin1096d ago

The dialogue is very poor and the graphics are abysmal for a game and studio of this magnitude. The modding is a 10/10 and the open-world experience is a solid 9/10.

The Witcher 3 stands as the pinnacle of open-world RPG excellence IN MY OPINION. That said, I'm almost 35 hours into Fallout 4 and loving it.

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