What Does Fallout 4 Have To Do To Nail Down GotY 2015?
This is not a rhetorical question because I'm not all that familiar with the franchise in question. I'm wondering what the fans think Fallout 4 needs to accomplish if it's to be considered as the ultimate Game of the Year.
A lot of people believe it can compete with the stellar Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for the year's top prize, but how can Fallout 4 surpass Kojima's latest magnum opus?
I mean, in your eyes, what must Bethesda and Co. do to outstrip MGSV (or any other game you think is currently in the running for Game of the Year)? Does it need to be technically stable right out of the gate, very much unlike The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt? We've heard about the possibility of 400 hours of entertainment, so it has plenty of bang for the buck. But gamers really don't like boring cut-and-paste quests, so-to-speak. We don't want a hundred hours of filler, right?
Then again, maybe it just boils down to the gameplay, as it very often does. What do you say?
Related Game(s): Fallout 4
11/2/2015 9:56:53 PM Ben Dutka