Andrew: Fallout 4 might well be the best game I've ever played. Although I love both, I've always preferred the setting in Fallout to that of Elder Scrolls. That being said, I can honestly say that I've been waiting for this game for a half decade. My lofty expectations going in were indeed met. There aren't many games out there where, after finishing the central story, you can honestly say, "I'm just getting started." But with Fallout, that happens to be the case. I'm just getting started and I can't wait to see what else is waiting for me out there in the Wasteland.
Jean-Luc: Fallout 4 was a little overwhelming right off the bat. There's a lot going on, and a lot to learn. But that's also its biggest appeal to me. While I can't say I've loved every single aspect of gameplay, I appreciate its vastness, its detail, and what feels like a general increase in difficulty, trade-offs, flexibility, and decision-making. I'm honestly excited to play Fallout 4 for years, because that's how long it will take to explore and read all the incredible material scattered across the Wasteland. And although character creation could be a little more dynamic, I'm still looking forward to building different protagonists whose adventures are uniquely their own.
Ahmed: Still making my way through the game, but I am having a blast with it. After giving up hope on Fallout 3 due to overall clunkiness,I’m pretty pleased with Fallout 4. It’s still kiiiinda clunky in terms of bugs and graphics, but I love the customization, world-building, and the gameplay. It actually makes me want to give Fallout 3 and New Vegas a chance again.