Fallout 4 Proved Bigger Isn't Always Better

Posted by Megalith 11:52 AM (CDT)

Saturday July 02, 2016

I don’t think I have gotten anywhere near far enough in Fallout 4 to come to this sort of opinion, but do any of you agree that things are just a little too bland in Bethesda’s latest wasteland effort? Do you think they should try scaling things down in the next installment so they can put more originality into each locale?

آ…there are many iconic Boston landmarks that are faithfully recreated in Fallout 4; not every building is a mishmash of prefabricated units. However, other areas though could have benefited from a little diversity. I've scoured the inner buildings of the Commonwealth and the scattered ruins beyond for settlement scrap and supplies more hours than I can count, but I'd be hard-pressed to tell you anything special about them. The ones I remember the most had a unique detail: the General Atomics Galleria with its imposing spire, Parsons State Asylum with its breathtaking architecture and sprawling, ivy-invested grounds, the great green wall of Diamond City.