The Giant Beastcast - Episode 27
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Slick production values, solid controls, and tons of fan service can't make up for mediocre progression and a lack of content.
Fallout 4 may feel overly familiar to some, but there are plenty of places to go, people to see, and mutants to shoot, and most of those things are still exciting to visit, look at, and murder (though not necessarily in that order).
The occasionally extreme performance issues found in the console versions of Fallout 4 make those versions more difficult to recommend than their PC counterpart.
3.7, 3.7, 3.7, 4.0, 4.0
Nate Smith and the Heartbroken.
Shazam, Swipe (or 8pen), and, a personal favorite of mine, Fruit Ninja. You could also look at Tested for some.
I own the Logitech Z-5500's and they are astounding. It might be a bit out of the range that you want but they are great 5.1 speakers. http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-THX-Certified-Digital-Surround-Speaker/dp/B0002WPSBC/
@Ace829 I knew that but, ideally, it would be great if major retailers carried AO games, retailers check I.D. cards of people of questionable age, or if parents actually looked at the games that they buy for their children.
@Axxol Definitely. Most, if not all, of the rules followed are based on the ZSG.
An AO rating so that it would be more difficult for little kids to get it.
As said earlier, S-video would be the best that you could do on SDTVs (to my knowledge).
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