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  • Summary: Take a trip to Nuka-World, a vast amusement park now a lawless city of Raiders. Explore an all-new region with an open wasteland and park zones like Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom and the Galactic Zone. Nuka-World features new quests, Raiders, weapons, creatures and more.Take a trip to Nuka-World, a vast amusement park now a lawless city of Raiders. Explore an all-new region with an open wasteland and park zones like Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom and the Galactic Zone. Nuka-World features new quests, Raiders, weapons, creatures and more. Enjoy the ride! Expand

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  1. Positive: 9 out of 12
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  1. Aug 30, 2016
    82
    A truly surprising DLC, and one that reaches the same peak of Far Harbor, in a completely different way. It's fun, full of new interesting maps and characters, and it finally gives you the chance to become a raider leader. Definitely a good way to close the lid on Fallout 4.
  2. 80
    Nuka-World is a fine new addition to Fallout 4. However, as the final piece of DLC it is a bit of a let down. It does offer a huge and interesting new area to explore, and the attention to detail in creating Fallout's Disney World is very much appreciated. But there's just not much here that hasn't been done before in the series. The factions can largely be ignored, and many players will find that the role-playing aspect is almost non-existent this time around. But overall Fallout 4 Nuka-World provides a ton of new things to do and check out, which is enough to warrant a purchase from anyone who has exhausted what's available now.
  3. Sep 24, 2016
    80
    For me, it was the prod I needed to get back into the world of Fallout 4, and wonder why I'd ever really left.
  4. Sep 5, 2016
    77
    Nuka-World is the last expansion of Fallout 4, which features a great map and new gameplay elements. However, the story of this DLC is too weak to be considered a great quality expansion. If you have enjoyed playing Fallout 4, Nuka-World will give you more hours of entertainment.
  5. Aug 30, 2016
    76
    Attacking settlements, especially your own, is good fun, but there’s hours of chores to complete before you can really become a raider.
  6. Sep 7, 2016
    75
    Nuka-World doesn't have the best story nor most interesting quests but is does have an astounding ambiance. The DLC is a roller coaster of amazing impressions, sometimes shockingly interrupted by the usual bugs.
  7. Sep 5, 2016
    60
    The Theme Park that every Fallout fan would love is the setting for Fallout 4 last expansion. Interesting locations and very action focused, but remains very repetitive in the mission's objectives.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 21
  2. Negative: 8 out of 21
  1. Nov 21, 2021
    10
    Un juega o dentro de un juegazo, una expansión enorme que te da un montón de horas de entretenimiento y momentos memorables.
  2. Aug 31, 2016
    9
    It doesn't have the story Far Harbor has, but the atmosphere along with the small stories hidden on terminals you'll find scattered throughoutIt doesn't have the story Far Harbor has, but the atmosphere along with the small stories hidden on terminals you'll find scattered throughout the dlc are amazing. The three raider factions are all interesting, each having a unique perk available depending on how you treat them. The new companion is decent, with a very cliche background, his perk makes up for his personality and it's pretty easy to get if you have him with you while you take the park.

    Overall, I've put a solid 15 hours in on this dlc and still have areas to explore and quests to finish. I give it a 8.75/10 as a whole and give the theme park itself 10/10 wish that place was real.
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  3. Sep 17, 2016
    8
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This DLC is about a quest to check out Nuka World, an old amusement park taken over by raiders. I really liked the idea of a theme park so I gave it a go, I found it quite fun.

    The Dlc has the same game mechanics, same maze like design and the bullet sponges got more sponge like, but the main story elements were intriguing and the general game play was still all about freedom to explore.

    This dlc fallows a story arc close to the raiders that inhabit the park, there goal is to take over the rest of the park, so I promptly killed all the raiders and still cleared the park; there was plenty to do without siding with the evil raiders. Each part of the park felt unique and immersive, I thoroughly enjoyed the space roller coaster area( big dark underground roller coaster through a battle zone).

    As far as Fallout 4 DLC goes, this one feels less empty and more adventuresome than far harbor, although far harbors intro was one of the better Ive seen.
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  4. Oct 20, 2020
    6
    The DLC is pretty okay, the idea of being a raider feels pretty good, but the game forces you to become a raider without giving you a hintThe DLC is pretty okay, the idea of being a raider feels pretty good, but the game forces you to become a raider without giving you a hint that there's another way to finish the story which skips 10+ hours of nuka world and makes the whole world lack any additional content after doing all quests. Expand
  5. Dec 26, 2016
    5
    The DLC has it's moments, but like the rest of them (maybe excluding Far Harbor) feels really empty and short for it's price, definitely won'tThe DLC has it's moments, but like the rest of them (maybe excluding Far Harbor) feels really empty and short for it's price, definitely won't recommend it as I won't recommend any except Far Harbor.

    If you are billionaire and swim in money, then go ahead and buy it, you will try something new for the price that won't matter to you, but for ordinary people, for this amount of money, it's one of the worst ways of spending it.
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  6. Dec 4, 2016
    4
    I'm not sure expanding the Nuka mythology really was necessary, but the setting was good anyway. The characters, story, quests, and choicesI'm not sure expanding the Nuka mythology really was necessary, but the setting was good anyway. The characters, story, quests, and choices were noticeably underdeveloped. 4/10 Expand
  7. Sep 28, 2016
    0
    utter disaster of a DLC.

    i purchased it after Far Harbor was such a blast to play through. If you liked Far Harbor´s story telling, if you
    utter disaster of a DLC.

    i purchased it after Far Harbor was such a blast to play through. If you liked Far Harbor´s story telling, if you liked Fallout NV you will most likely be totally disappointed by Nuka World.

    In short: the general setting sounds intriguing (wont spoil so just in general): you get to know raiders from the inside, may get to decide some fates and have some slavery elements. basically stuff a lot of players missed in vanilla Fallout 4. and all this in a setting of "nuka world" an eintertainment park that remembers somewhat of Westworld (if you remember the SciFi Flic, or read about the new series)

    ok, so whats wrong with it than.

    well it´s like they set up some interns to take care of the DLC. While the general surrounding (ie the amusement park) can and does deliver (10/10), the Quests (lets not forget this is an RPG were playing) are super dull (0/10) and are totally senseless and break any immersion.
    Its like you downloaded some user mod where the guy decided to shove of 203497829384702938 robots or mobs up your throat because he found out how to spawn or place mobs.
    really. thats basically it. go clear one zillion mobs. doesnt make sense that you got plasma equipped "entertainment park" star ships ? well ye, who cares. lets just break any immersion. they didnt even bothered giving any explaination. it makes no sense. it plays extremly boring. its a chore.

    the quests that let you work on your reputation are also super repetitive and the "slavery" options deliver less than any alpha mod on nexus. less would have been so much more.
    less **** more story and more thought through mechanics.

    what you have here is basically some shooter clone where on every step something "exciting" explodes, spawns, shoots and whatnot. bs man. mayb you should have told your interns that they arent working on a COD clone.

    if youre into rpg.. avoid. like totally. my $0.02.
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