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Fallout 4 - Hopes and Dreams

Stu at Sushimonster85 writes 'This year E3 starts a little earlier than usual, the Sunday evening (June 14th) sees Bethesda host their first ever E3 press conference. Whilst the company spent a lot of the previous generation expanding as a publisher, their biggest franchises remain their own games, namely The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series. With the Elder Scrolls taking center stage for the past few years thanks to Skyrim, and The Elder Scrolls Online, many believe Fallout 4 used to headline the companies first E3 press conference.Fallout 3 and New Vegas were two of my favorite games of the previous generation, the retro-futuristic world in ruin look was one I really dug. I decided to put together a list of five things I’m most looking forward to hearing about regarding Fallout 4.'

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GameTechZero1743d ago

Some interesting things you guys are looking forward to.

akurtz1743d ago

More guns. Bigger world. More secrets to discover.

Germany71743d ago

Sorry, but i disagree. Fallout should stay as a single-player experience only, that's why so many people likes Bethesda games.

KryptoniteTail1743d ago

Why? If they outsource the work, make it optional, and it doesn't detract from the game's development in any way, there's literally no reason not to have it. Then it's a bunch of crybabies and elitists dictating our experience. No thanks, I want co-op and PvP online.

Of course, if it does detract from the main game significantly then obviously ditch it. They can even just setup the framework now and do a MP DLC later. Then just don't buy it if you don't want it.

No pleasing some entitled Nazi gamers though.

Perjoss1742d ago

"If they outsource the work, make it optional, and it doesn't detract from the game's development in any way"

Outsourced stuff is usually crap and feels like it doesn't really belong. Deus Ex: Human Revolution boss fights spring to mind.

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