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Author: Zydrate
Posted: December 02, 2018 (10:21 AM)
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Christ it hasn't aged well on an aesthetic basis. Probably the best one in the franchise so far, and I'm including my much loved FO4. (I seemed to have enjoyed 4 more than the consensus, it seems).


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Author: JoeTheDestroyer (Mod)
Posted: December 04, 2018 (03:51 AM)
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Eh, I'm still giving FO4 a try. I'm sure I'll enjoy it.

New Vegas' visuals didn't age very well, but at least they look more bland than outright gross. Games like the first few Gothic titles and some of non-cartoony PS2/Xbox games look positively dreadful these days.


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