My only traveler from Vault 111 is as much a stranger in a foreign country as it is a person returning to the familiarity of his own home. Its crisis of identification with the world echoed my journey through Fallout 4, a game that is as new and exciting as it is old and familiar.
Approximately seven years have passed since Bethesda Game Studios Fallout ventured into wasteland, but you’d think the development team never left, like Fallout 4 feels like a well worn Pip-Boy. The studio clings to most major (and not-so-great) gameplay trappings and overarching concepts that made Fallout 3 such an exciting release. This wealth of identifiable content is used as the backbone of this suite – sometimes a challenge – but all in support of making the act of wandering Commonwealth Wasteland one of the most rewarding experiences (and time ) in the game.