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Average User Score: 6.6Nov 12, 2015It's a nice game. Interessting world design, some good NPCs. Unfortunately it isn't as good as Fallout 3 or New Vegas if you are inIt's a nice game. Interessting world design, some good NPCs. Unfortunately it isn't as good as Fallout 3 or New Vegas if you are in Roleplaying Games. They removed the old skill system, instead you chose to spend a point at each level up on attributes or a perk. The perks decide if you can or can't do something.
The good thing in the new game is you don't have to zone as often as in the old games. Big buildings are still there own zones but houses are part of the "overworld".
It's a game you can have fun with but it will disappoint you if you have specific expectations for a Fallout game.… Expand
Average User Score: 4.0Sep 5, 2014Nice game. Has some flaws but overall its entertaining.
The emotion system is great. Having a character coming from work and see he isNice game. Has some flaws but overall its entertaining.
The emotion system is great. Having a character coming from work and see he is angry about something which happened there and have to option to vent on someone is great.
On the not so great side is the user interface. Per default it hides to many information. Everytime you have to click on a button to see something. Further to make room for the game they've removed most of the interface resulting in not having a buy-menu button. The buy menu is now a sub section of the build menu which is confusing and ends in a search marathon on first play.
Further to rotate the bought object you have to either use the keyboard to be able to rotate clock- and counterclockwise or click the right button to rotate it clockwise. I've preferred the old system where I was able to click and hold the mousebutton and the drag the mouse around.… Expand