Fallout 4: Welcome To The Commonwealth! The Gang's All Here!
It's no surprise nor argument that Fallout 4, by all rights, could be considered one of the most immersive titles that could ever be created by its creator companies Bethesda, Havoc, have ever done. Incorporating all the most loved elements of the previous titles (collecting TOYS HELLOOOOO), it has also improved many of the common issues and bugs that plagued the rest of the series. Including but is not limited to:
A Look Into The Strange Hoards Of Gamers
Skulls, cheese, potatoes, potions, troll fat?! You may be asking yourself what do any of these things have in common, and the answer is simple. They are just a few of the things you may find sitting around in what I like to call "The gamer hoard." In a world that gave us such games as The Sims and Animal Crossing, where decorating is key to your character's success, it's no wonder that many have expanded their skills to include games that, in factual sense, are not meant for such things. Skyrim and Fallout specifically have seemed to develop a sub-culture of home decorators or collectors of random, seemingly useless objects that, as we do in real life, they have developed an unexplainable attachment for.