Of all the post-apocalyptic wastelands we've dragged ourselves across, those of the Fallout franchise have to be our favorites.
Pretty they ain't, but they're full of character with just the right mix of treachery, quirk and comedy. It's those good qualities that have consistently made Fallout a gamers' favourite despite all of its frankly glaring foibles. But Fallout could be so much more if those creases were ironed, if the engine was brought up to date and if the foundations of a some good ideas were well and truly capitalised on. This is what we want to see in Fallout 5.