10 Things We Want in Fallout 5: Page 10 of 10

Charging on to the next fight.

1. Extended Choices and Dialogue Options

Press X to Shaun.

My biggest disappointment with Fallout 4 was the crippled dialogue system. Fallout 3 and New Vegas boasted a staggering amount of choices and responses. But in Fallout 4 you're limited to a few vague statements and questions. It doesn't feel like I'm roleplaying my creation, but rather helping an established character fulfill their goal.

And that'd be fine if this wasn't a Fallout game.

I want my snarky responses. My confused statements of idiocy, violence, and barbarism. My shockingly helpful heroic sentiments in a world rife with murder and chaos. I want to feel like I'm shaping my character's personality and making meaningful choices.

Fallout 5 needs to take a step back to the RPG roots we love. It should give us a huge variety of choices and personalized dialogue. Even if that comes at the cost of a voiced protagonist.

I don't know about you, but I can't wait for Fallout 5. The game won't be coming out for a long, long time. But we can talk about it as we squirm in anticipation! What sort of new features and improvements do you want to see? Discuss in the comments below.

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Currently Playing: Fallout 4
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