Stop right there, criminal scum! Yes, it is time to return to the Imperial heartland of Tamriel and face the infernal armies of Oblivion once again. Centuries before we ventured north to the frozen continent of Skyrim, we found ourselves flying over the impressive Imperial City, listening to the impressive voice of Patrick Stewart foretell an impressive Doom, and we landed in a familiar setting: a dingy prison cell. From such lowly beginnings all the stories of the Elder Scrolls stem and Number IV offers perhaps the best-told tale in the book.
Let’s get this out of the way, there will be some mild spoilers in this article. To meaningfully talk about Fallout 4 without some spoilers is like drinking some irradiated water without getting a few rads – its just not gonna happen. Still here? Awesome, then I’ll begin.
Remember being back in school? Where you’d be very conscious of every step you made because you wouldn’t want to do anything stupid or embarrassing that might risk getting you the wrong kind of attention? Where gossiping and rumours could lead to a good kicking? Well in 2006 Rockstar released Bully, or Canis Canem Edit as it was called in PAL regions, which let you experience school life from the other side of the fist.
Having played Grand Theft Auto V on Xbox 360 and remember thinking “WOW! This looks amazing” I thought that it was the…