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Fallout 4: Nuka World

Rating Summary

Based on 31 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

73

Top Critic Average

39%

Critics Recommend

Based on 31 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 30, 2016
Xbox OneAug 30, 2016
PCAug 30, 2016

Developer: Bethesda Game Studios

Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

Genres: RPG, First-Person Shooter

Take a trip to Nuka-World, a vast amusement park now a lawless city of Raiders. Explore an all-new region with an open wasteland and park zones like Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, Kiddie Kingdom, and the Galactic Zone. Lead lethal gangs of Raiders and use them to conquer settlements, bending the Commonwealth to your will. Nuka-World features new quests, Raiders, weapons, creatures, and more. Enjoy the ride!

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IGN

7.9 / 10.0
Dan Stapleton

Fallout 4: Nuka-World has a great setting that’s densely packed with spectacle, surprises, and tough battles (depending on your level), and the ability to conquer settlements back on the main map is a fun novelty, but the lack of meaningful decisions leave it feeling more like an actual theme park ride than a choose-your-own-adventure story. Next to Far Harbor’s intriguing storyline and moral decisions there’s not much nuance here.

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Attacking settlements, especially your own, is good fun, but there’s hours of chores to complete before you can really become a raider.

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Nuka-World's fantastic new setting and cool new opportunities belies its overall lack of depth. There's a lot to do in this expansion, but not a lot of it is all that interesting. It could be worse, but it could also be a whole lot better.

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Nuka-World is big and impressive and flashy, but just like any theme park, it’s all a facade. Peek behind the curtain and you can see the struts and wires that animate the mascots. In Nuka-World’s case, that’s a scaffolding made of bones and spent magazines. It’s up to you if that’s a park you feel like visiting.

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