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Joseph Raszagal
Wallet After Summer Sale -

Emily Brickenbrackle III
As with all fallout games, just walking around and seeing the sights was fun, as well as digging up world lore through NPC interactions and holotape recordings. And yeah, some of the DLC was pretty cool (I was legit surprised to see the Hubologists again; been a good while since I've spoken with them x3).

If I had to pick one moment/quest from the game that I enjoyed the most, it would probably be my interactions with Captain Zao and his submarine, the Yangtze. It's a legitimately sad bit of backstory and I was more than happy to help him fix his vessel and send him on his way back home.

That's… the only real one that stood out to me though.
Bronze Bit -
The End wasn't The End - Found a new home after the great exodus of 2012

The Good Hunter
@Joseph Raszagal

Jokes aside I agree. Fallout 4's main story did not get to me at all. Most decisions were useless. Re spawning enemies took the enjoyment out of exploration. Overall still an ok game. That Island DLC was better for me that the main game.
Joseph Raszagal
Wallet After Summer Sale -

Emily Brickenbrackle III
I didn't dislike Fallout 4. I still hold 3 and New Vegas above it, what with 4 being more stripped-down, but I still enjoyed playing it.

76 is complete garbage though. I never needed an online Fallout and I still don't.