Fallout 4 Editorials

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The best Fallout 4 mods – Volume 2 (January 2017)

Well, I’ll be… there’s even more good Fallout 4 mods out there. So much more, in fact, that it calls for a new selection of what’s best among them. That’s the second time we’re doing this, so let’s not waste any space on needless introductions. Today’s menu: companions, settlements, ponytails, and music – here’s a dozen new interesting mods for Bethesda’s latest work.

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Smash hit video games – how many of them did we actually finish?

The gaming community loves to complain that video games nowadays are too short or at least much shorter than in good old times. But the thing is that no matter if it’s an FPS that lasts for a single evening or a sandbox that wants you to give up on your daily job, not many players actually finish the games they buy. The data on achievements collected by Steam and PSN says it all. Still, since it’s not the length that’s the real issue, then what is?

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Fallout 4 – The best mods upgrading visuals and improving mechanics

Bethesda’s youngest child may have raised some controversy upon release, but as the time went by the modders took matters into their own hands in the quest of ironing out the work of the developers (or kicking it up a notch). If there’s something that could have been done better, the community will find it and mod the living daylights out of it. Here’s a list of the best currently available visual and mechanical mods for Fallout 4 and instructions on how to install them.

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Impressions of Van Buren – what would have Fallout 3 looked like, if not for Bethesda

The tech demo of Van Buren has been forgotten by nearly everyone, and yet it can still be found on the internet. What we have at our disposal is only a small sample, but it’s enough to make one thing very clear – it would have been a Fallout 3 completely different from the one we eventually got.

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Interplay vs. Bethesda - Story of Fallout IP

Eleven years ago, on the 12th of July 2004, Bethesda informed the public that the long-awaited Fallout 3 will soon be in the making and the company working on it will be Bethesda itself. The creators of the Elder Scrolls series may have acquired the license necessary to do so but that wasn’t the end to their ambitions.

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