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- Fallout Shelter Review
Available for: Android, iOS
There's a honeymoon period for F2P games with premium content: you play it, you enjoy it, then you hit this ridiculous wall that -to overcome, will require countless wasted hours of grinding, or opening up your wallet. At that point, the honeymoon ends. With Fallout Shelter, it never does.
This is a game that gives you an addictive kind of feeling that will keep you coming back for more. The graphics are splendidly well designed and the artwork brings a familiar style for fans of the series. Best of all, it boasts of an incredibly robust yet understated backstory -it is there only for the people who appreciate it, but it will not burden any newcomers to the series with the feeling that they're not in on a joke, at least, not so much.
- Fallout Shelter Guide, Wiki, Walkthrough
Welcome Overseer! You are now in charge of an amazing state of the art Vault-Tec Vault as well as the dwellers living within it. You will be responsible for their well being as well as the general safety of the vault itself.
Of course, managing the vault is not a simple task and there are plenty of things that you need to know. Fortunately we have set up a full guide that will not only help you keep things running in tip top shape, but also prepare you for the many potential challenges and dangers that the job entails. So buckle up and get ready, for we have a whole lot of ground to cover and dangers to overcome!
- Fallout 4 Contraptions Workshop DLC, Automatron News & Late Game Tips
It has been a while since the launch of Fallout 4 and players have been able to search high and low for hidden secrets, easter eggs, and all sorts of other goodies hidden in the vast wasteland. But for those of you who feel like the game has nothing new to offer, fret not for Bethesda is releasing DLC content for the game. Automatron adds an entirely new questline, an additional NPC companion, and all new conversation options for all characters. Wasteland Workshop on the other hand, allows players to fully maximize the Animal Friend and Wasteland Whisperer perks by adding an all-new monster taming system.
- Fallout Shelter 2 Discussion
The original Fallout Shelter game for the mobile platform set a pretty high standard not only for the series, but also for all other F2P building management games –it was fun, well paced, and despite being free, it did not have a paywall that prevented or slowed down the progress of players.
It was a game experience that was fun and the IAP content were present as rewards for those who decided to support the game with real money –instead of making free players feel like they are missing out. But while the game was good, it also create a bit of a closed loop: in terms of content, Fallout Shelter already delivered what players expected of it and more. For the game to have a sequel, they would have to go beyond the shelter. Join in the discussion.
- Fallout Pip Boy App Review for Fallout 4
Fallout 4 has a Pip Boy companion app and it is unbelievably fun to use. All you need to do is run the game on your console or PC, activate syncing via the settings then fire app the mobile app on your preferred device. It gets even more novel for those of you who have managed to acquire the IRL Pip-Bioy arm accessory (which comes with the Pip-Boy edition of Fallout 4) –the device has a holder and several adapters to that you can mount your device on your wrist (not all devices will fit). The best part of all is that the app is completely free for anyone to get.
- Fallout 4 Review
There is a bit of a duality with regards to how the gaming community finds Fallout 4 –in general, most people think it's a good game. But it's either a good game that excites them or it's a good game that they're rather take a pass on. The issue comes from the fact that gameplay-wise, it really feels a little too much like the previous installment, Fallout 3. Not that F4 is not crammed with all new features: a map that is larger than ever, a wide range of companions with relationship mechanics, a refined combat mechanic that focuses more on skill instead of stats, a deep crafting system for items/food/equipment, base management, and so much more. If you're new to the Fallout universe, this game is a great title to get started on, but for previous fans, you'd need to be really into Fallout to go for another ride.
- Fallout 5 Discussion
It is still a long way before Bethesda decides to work on Fallout 5. They might do a whole spinoff like New Vegas and probably squeeze in another Elder Scrolls game before we go past Fallout 4, but that does not meant we can’t look towards the future. So if Fallout 5 does come out, what kind of game should we expect? What lessons can we take from the previous issues in the older games? Anyone who has played Fallout 3 and 4 would have their own ideas about what might be good or fun to add, and we have put together some of the most interesting ideas we could come up with.