Some of us are stepping out of our vault at the following link.
I should honestly let one of the other guys write this. By that I mean Matt or ArJay. Outside of James and myself, they are the only two whoâ€™ve put in any kind of time with Fallout 4. Or say, enough time to have a better assessment of the game than I do.
Fallout 3 never got its hooks into me when it released and it still hasnâ€™t. Fallout 4 isnâ€™t doing it either. However, itâ€™s taken only the first 30 minutes to an hour of the game for me to feel that way where it took a lot longer for me to realize in Fallout 3. While the game, on PC at least, doesnâ€™t seem like it was rushed, I personally feel rushed playing it in those first 30 minutes. There is obviously some odd special connection a player makes with a character when youâ€™re literally BORN in the game.
So back into the vault I go. Where I sit and play Destiny while waiting for the next distraction to come along. Iâ€™m not very hopeful for Battlefront, but, like anything else, Iâ€™ll give it a chance and see.