Sometimes it’s hard to love the house of Fallout.
You spend an hour on the character creation screen, only to don a full suit of armour and helmet at the earliest opportunity.
Bethesda is making an announcement!
It is not about Fallout 4.
And all those teasers and websites were elaborate fakes.
The Dead Money DLC for Fallout: New Vegas.
All the bugs.
Children in Skyrim.
Playing on console so you don’t have access to mods.
The original ending of Fallout 3.
Seeing somewhere on a mountain that you can’t reach without having to backtrack for ages and there are no fast travel points nearby.
The one, weak enemy you can’t find that’s stopping you from fast travelling.
Being over-encumbered and having no idea what you want to drop.
Saving a village but accidentally killing a chicken in the process, making you as much of a monster as the dragon, apparently.
The series of Oblivion gates you closed, not realising that, actually, you didn’t have to.