>/v/ loves Skyrim
>hates Fallout 4
How the fuck can you rationalize this?
Why hello there Reddit!
What is your favourite FALLOUT 4 character? Mine is PIPER, because she is cool, hot and doesn't lives like a sheep. She always hunts the TRUTH and tries to enlighten people. I also love the MINUTE MEN because they protect the WEAK.
i'm pretty sure that only /tesg/ loves skyrim
not because the gameplay
Skyrim base game is fucking terrible, how can anyone defend that shit?
They were saying shit like "It never tried to be anything other than a casualfest" but seriously, how does that get rid of the fact that there's nothing interesting in the fucking game? Barely any character development either.
That's my biggest problem right there, the general lack of content or engagement within the game itself. The Main Quest was disengaging, the Civil War was dull, most of the guilds were padded with radiant quests to make up for the lack of actual quests to the point where none of the characters were actually developed - to the point where they could kill off tons of NPCs and you still didn't give a shit because they'd not interacted with you in any meaningful way.
The only reason I have time in that game is due to mods.
>playing games you enjoy regardless of other people's opinions
Feels good, man.
Skyrim was comfy and the game world design was really good. This made all the random fetch quests less of a drag. The combat was horrible and the story was boring, but all in all I enjoyed it.
Fallout 4 does some things right. More fleshed out characters (although only a few of them were actually interesting), better factions. It also has many colourful side quests, but since the game effectively ruined role play (with the new perk system, the predetermined story and the simplified dialogue system), the replay value is pretty bad. The lack of replay value is enhanced by how time consuming and ultimately unfulfilling the settlement management is. I hope DLC will fix some of these things, but I'm not holding my breath.