Hello friends. Fallout 4, as you may have guess is going to be a huge game both in terms of scope, and time commitment. As such, reviewing this game will surly prove to be a humongous challenge and undertaking. As the lucky individual bringing to you the Fallout 4 review, I was faced with a conundrum.
Unfortunately, I was unable to secure an advanced copy of the game and I will be enjoying Boston for the first time, just as you all will in the next few hours. Once I was aware that I would not be getting the game early, I chose to go on a bit of a media blackout regarding Fallout 4, meaning aside from the latest trailer, I have yet to read an article or watch a video with Fallout 4 as the subject. However, with my lack of exposure to the medium, where does that leave our review.
If I were to give Fallout 4 the time it deserved to get a review out, you wouldn't be reading my thoughts until after Black Friday. Conversely, if I were to simply rush through the game, I'd be out 60 bucks and I couldn't give an accurate account of a game so focused on exploration and patience. Therefor, we're going to try something a bit different and (I think) something exciting.
Our Fallout 4 review is going to be released in three separate portions as I wander my way through The Commonwealth. My first impression will be given at 25 hours with the game, the next at 50 and finally 75 hours.
I feel that this will give a reasonable account and impression of the game as most people will experience it. While, as a triple "A" title, most will simply buy it on impulse in a few hours, however, this account of such a unique game will not only give you an accurate account of a typical play through of the game, but a chance to maybe experience the game in a different manner than you may have first thought possible.
I can't wait to share my journey with you. Stay Tuned.