Fallout 4 is a massive game, but it's also a fantastic game which will take you a hundred hours or more to explore thanks to its huge landscapes and countless sidequests, which often distract you from the fact that the game's main character has a story all of her own.
The wastelands are a huge place, although you'll often have company in the form of your trusty sidekick 'Dogmeat,' or one of the other characters that you'll meet along your travels. There is just so much to explore in Fallout that it's hard to know where to begin. One of the features I enjoyed the most was the fact that you can now craft using materials that you pick up along the way. This means that you can build your own fort, modify weapons or even just fix the power armour that you get right at the start of the game. Yes, that's right, you can kick some serious butt right from the start, although you'll need to stock up on fusion cores in order to keep that armour going.
Fallout 4 is full of all sorts of enemies,environments, a huge variety of NPC's and more weapons that a factory that makes such things. We discuss this and more in our review below, so set yourself around 15 minutes to watch and let us know your thoughts on the game afterwards.
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Joe Anderson (Twitter: @_wotta | PSN/XBLA: wotta)
(Version Tested: Xbox One)
+ Hours of wastelands to explore
+ Crafting is excellent fun
+ Dogmeat is awesome
+ Great soundtrack
+ Wide variety in gameplay
- Graphics are a little disappointing