Welcome back to Double Fine December! Every year I use up my supply of D’s by going alliterative for the end of Q4. I have to do that, or finance won’t allot me enough D’s for the next fiscal year and I have to start substituting letters like a novice ventriloquist. Anyway, enjoy week three’s installment: Massive Chalice.
So you’ve been playing Fallout 4 for a month now and cracks are starting to appear. Through these cracks reach the first sprouts of possibility: maybe, just maybe, you will one day spend time with loved ones play a game other than Fallout 4.
To help you take that first step, here’s a handy reckoner where you can choose this week’s GOTW based on some common Fallout 4 gripes.
In some ways, I like the sleepy, lazy weeks where the big publishers are either angrily thrashing their programmers with whips and chains to make the next release date, or are angrily yelling at programmers because the NPD numbers weren't as good as the people in finance said they were going to be a year and a half ago.
I love a good triple-A release, but there's something undeniably scr