Typically, a major “AAA” title like Fallout 4 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) will spend years in development after it’s announced. But Bethesda chose to officially unveil the game during this Summer’s E3 Expo, which was just a few short months ago, so open-world RPG fans didn’t have to wait very long before getting the chance to begin their post-apocalyptic adventure this past November.
Regina Townsend recently reviewed Fallout 4 for Teen Services Underground, and found a lot to like about the game:
So, while I have seemingly found NO time to actually READ more than two books in the past few weeks, what I have found more than enough time for apparently has been playing (and beating) Fallout 4. If you’re unfamiliar, Fallout 4 is the latest installment of the Fallout Series, a post-apocalyptic RPG set in the United States. I could write out the history for you, but why re-invent the wheel when there is a perfectly good wiki to do it for me?
The review warns about the game’s Mature-rated violence, but recommends Fallout 4 for teens (and everyone) due to the interesting moral dilemmas it raises and the choices players are asked to make.