5 Games That Will Take You Over 100 Hours to Complete

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Not all games are created equal. However, that’s the best part about video games. You can play them however you want. Breeze through to the finish line in record time, or go for gold in being a Completionist. Completing every task, quest, mission, and achievement available. Sure, it will take a lot of time, but gamers don’t mind. In fact, game length is a common complaint for a lot of games. But rest assured. There are some games that can fill those desires for lengthy gameplay. Here are 5 games that will take you over 100 hours to complete.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt continues the epic journey of Witcher Geralt of Rivia. Geralt, in search of his adopted daughter Ciri, the Goddess of Time and Space. Geralt must track down Ciri through every twist and turn with the help of his longtime allies and some former acquaintances. Battling monsters, beasts, evil henchmen, and creatures of myth and lore.

Completing just the main story will take you about 30 hours. However, going for the complete finish, including all questions, missions, and locations; The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt offers you complete gameplay of over 200 hours.

Fallout 4

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Fallout 4 is a sole-survivor post-nuclear fallout game. Being the last survivor of Vault 111, you and your canine companion are left in a destroyed world. Fighting for survival every moment. The fate of the Wasteland rest on your shoulders. You—the sole survivor has the choice to rebuild this tarnished world.

Fallout 4’s main story line will take you just a short 25 hours. But where’s the fun in that? For the completionists out there, according to howlongtobeat.com, Fallout 4 offers about 150 hours of entertainment.

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is highly regarded still for its immensely vast open world map. Despite being release 6 years ago (2011). Skyrim gives players the option to completely customize their character. Choosing a race, sex, scars, hair and facial features, and your name. Thrusted into the rise of the long extinct dragons; you, as Dragonborn, are the only one who can put an end to the dragons destroying Skyrim. And the dragon of prophecy, Alduin.

Skyrim is one game that just seems to have missions as quests pop up at random, no matter where you go in this world. You can expect to follow the main story quest for about 32 hours. That’s if you don’t detour with side quests. However, for the Completionists, Skyrim will take you no less than 230 hours to finish. That includes all the locations, side quests, and achievements.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

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Continuing the work of Snake from previous Metal Gear Solid games, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, follows the aftermath of Ground Zeroes and the destruction of MSF’s base. Falling into a coma, Snake awakens nine years later and quickly gets back to work. Forming the Diamond Dogs.

You can expect quite a length main story of 45 hours. With totally complete gameplay of over 160 hours. Surpassing all previous Metal Gear Solid games in glorious fashion.

Dragon Age: Inquisition

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Dragon Age: Inquisition, set in the land of Thedas. Which is plunged into great turmoil over a catastrophic event. Filling the land with darkness, Dragons conquer the skies. A once great, quiet kingdom, now left to the shadows. War develop among the Templar and Mages. Prompting nations to take up arms against their follow brothers and sisters. The fate of the land lies in your hands, Head of the Inquisition. With legendary heroes fighting at your side, you must restore order to this once peaceful land.

A main story that can give Metal Gear Solid V a run for its money at around 45 hours. However, you can expect almost 3 times that to finish. At 125 hours, Dragon Age: Inquisition surely can provide you with many long hours of gameplay.

I love lengthy gameplays. I enjoy the journey to find and do everything. Even if that means I don’t find out the end of the story right away. These were some of the most popular games in recent years. All of them were critically loved for their continuous gameplay. Lasting days on end of entertainment. If you’re looking for some games that can take you days, weeks, maybe even months to beat, look no further than these.

Let us know what you think. How long did it take you to beat these games? Any games you think deserved to be here instead? Leave your thoughts below!

Fallout 4 Virtual Reality Game Might Be in the Works

Have you ever thought how cool would it be to play Fallout 4 in VR? To get as close and personal as possible with raider scum, ghouls and Supermutants? Or maybe face a Deathclaw in an “as real as it gets” virtual reality battle?

Well, apparently you are not the only one who thought about all these amazing possibilities! Bethesda did too as Bethesda’s Todd Howard admitted.

Speaking with Glixel, when asked if Bethesda is trying to put Fallout into Virtual Reality, Todd Howard answered:

“We definitely are. That’s the promise of VR, being in a big virtual world. The core experience, meaning you put on the headset and you’re standing in the world of Fallout and can go where you want, just that little bit is every bit as cool as you hope it would be.”

That’s unexpected, but actually amazing news. Even better is the things that, at least on paper, Bethesda is not doing this for the money:

“We’re not so worried about how many we’re going to sell or what the market is,” Howard said. “We have an opportunity to make something really unique. We’d rather do that than make some other tiny experience. I don’t think that’s what people want from us.”

Unfortunately, that’s all that he had to say about Fallout 4 VR… but that’s enough to plant a seed deep inside our minds and prepare us for the future.

I personally don’t think that the developers are actually planning to bring a Fallout 4 remake for Virtual Reality, but are rather working on a separate thing: this would make most sense since a true VR game on Fallout’s scale is mostly impossible at the moment. But smaller experiences could definitely change this game forever and I am happy to hear that Bethesda is working on that.

What about you? Do you think a Fallout 4 VR game would be successful? Would you give it a try?

8 Great Gaming Gifts this Christmas

Seven more sleeps until Christmas day is upon us once again. This wonderful day brings so much joy around the world. What it also brings is a lot of disappointment when gamers wake up to realise they have been gifted Devil’s Third or even the unthinkable Tony Hawks Pro Skater 5.

So, if you are still struggling to find a present for that lovable gamer in your life, then maybe these eight items will help keep them sufficed. All products below were found from myself scouting the internet combined with some personal items I have or wish to own one day. Hope this helps with your shopping woes.

Amiibo 

Any collectors or fans of Nintendo’s many IP’s would be delighted to receive a figure of their favorite character. Whether it’s Mario, Link, Pikachu, Samus, Fox or Marth, it’s very likely they’ll have a figure. Scan them into your Wii U for added content or just display them to make your friends jealous. With over 50 in the Super Smash Bros line, you may end up regretting the first one.

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Hyrule Historia

Zelda fans rejoiced once Nintendo agreed to shed some light on the infamous timeline. With Hyrule Historia, there was finally confirmation of when The Legend of Zelda games actually took place and, most importantly, in what order. For a detailed analysis on this, as well as how some of the greatest entries came about, this is a must for followers of the series.

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Milk Chocolate Games Controller 

A great stocking filler. A game controller completely made out of milk chocolate is sure to bring a smile to any sweet-tooth lovers. Slightly expensive for chocolate at around £3.99, but terrific for the presentation. Remember to brush your teeth afterwards.

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Pac-Man Ghost Light

Are you afraid of the dark? Well, fear no more as this Pac-Man ghost light will brighten up any room. With the feature to change into six different colors, this retro gift is a winner.

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Subscription to Loot Crate

The gift that keeps on giving. To keep any gamer happy all year round, how about giving them a subscription to Loot Crate? Every month, subscribers will receive a crate full of gaming goodies ranging from T-shirts to toys and every month is different. A bonus is that usually these products are exclusive to the company.

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First4Figures

For those willing to spend more than average, you could treat someone to a limited-edition figure. These statues are beautifully hand-crafted and completely unique to the industry. Including some some of the biggest franchises in gaming, you have Super Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog, Castlevania, Street Fighter, Legend of Zelda and Megaman. These hot collectibles tend to not hang around very long, so if you want one you better look for announcements and pre-order dates.

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Question Block Lamp

Ever wanted to punch a lamp? Well, now you can with this Super Mario Bros inspired Question Block lamp from 8BitLit. Just like in the Mario world you punch the bottom of the block to make it light up. Perfect nostalgic fun for any gaming room.

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Latest Video Games

So, this one should be obvious, but with an array of releases like Star Wars: Battlefront, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Super Mario Maker and Fallout 4, there is plenty on offer to keep your console busy for months. Shooter fans pick Star Wars. RPG fans wanting to devote hundreds of hours; Fallout 4 is perfect for you. Love adventure? Tomb Raider is right up your street. Finally, for creators everywhere, Super Mario Maker is waiting.


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So there you have eight gaming Christmas presents. Hopefully this will help with your decision making. What do you think is a great gaming present this Christmas? Leave us a comment below to tell us why.

Merry Christmas from Vgamerz

 

Five Fallout Starter Tips

With a world so vast to explore it can be quite daunting being dropped into the post-apocalyptic nightmare. With a 360 degree choice of direction, a fully personalised avatar and a rich leveling system it can all seem a bit much. Having already spent a good thirty hours exploring what Fallout has to offer here are what I believe to be vital tops that I wish I knew before starting this monumental video game.

Note: No specific cheats are in this list as this takes away from the experience that is on offer. These tips are only my personal opinion and are conjured up from my initial ten hours. Also there may be minor spoilers from the first ten hours. You have been warned. Enjoy.

 

Study The SPECIAL'(s)

Loading the game up you are immediately given an introduction in a style of seven classic films. These mini-movies go through the seven SPECIAL abilities you can use to improve your player. From strength to luck the decision is vitally important impacting your experience throughout. This important choice is given to you after five minutes of gameplay. Initially I viewed the mini-movies not really taking in what was on offer; boy did I regret this. Thankfully though you are given a second chance around twenty minutes later where you can tweak your original choices. Take this second chance seriously as from here on outs you are stuck. Really think from the outset what would benefit you most. Also if you bought a physical copy you receive a poster detailing the enhancement system. Study this well.

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So Much Junk, So Little Time

So you’ve become a hoarder. Collecting every single piece of junk you can get your nuclear-ridden hands on. What do I do with it all though? Where do I store it? Well this is really your choice because you can store any items you pick up any settlement or location you discover. These are normally sets of draws or tool benches. Personally i’d recommend keeping everything at Sanctuary Hills as you continuously return. Now you have the choice of what to do with all this rubbish. You can improve life for your settlement by giving them food, water and electricity. Or you can upgrade your weapons however to get the most out of this you will need a high intelligence level. Strength is another perk to consider as the higher it is, the more junk you can carry. Something to think about as you won’t need to return to base as often. Helping the settlers is a smart start as you can gain both more missions and experience.

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Explore ASAP

The greatest aspect of Fallout is the sweet sense of discovery that is available from the first hour. Left, right, forwards, backwards ahhhh I don’t where to begin. Well it doesn’t really matter as long as you can explore immediately. It can be so easy to get tangled up in the story so at every given opportunity you want to be wandering to see what you can be find. I tremendously benefited from this. Not just from seeing what is on offer, but the enhancements it made to my character. Later on in the story I ended up fighting a giant abomination of a creature; The Queen Mirlurk. Thankfully on my travels I came across a laser rifle that does double damage to Mirlurks. Without this I have no idea how I would have defeated the deformed Kingler.

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Preparation Is Key

The world can be a horrible place. Filled with deadly, disgusting creatures ready to tear you limb from limb. Stocking up with plenty of stimpacks and other healing remedies you can make missions much more achievable. Trash Can Carla normally makes her way to your location once in a while so it’s worth using this opportunity to fill your boots. True you do find lots of health perks but you never want to get to the stage where your entirely dependent on finding one. Risky times.

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Company Is Bliss

They say Dog is Man’s best friend. Me on the other hand found that a 210 year old robot can do the job just as well. Picking the right companion can help make the adventure more completable especially when you are taking on armies of enemies, it’s nice to know you’ve got someone by your side. Each one has individual assets that can benefit you. You can however choose none and go rogue. I’ve found having someone else you can give junk to and can fight whilst you reload handy or should I say Mister Handy. In all seriousness though I chose Codsworth because I enjoyed his company most. His commentary while in battle has made me smile on several occasions. Most importantly Codsworth is the closest to any sort of family you have left and for that reason I feel he is integral to seeing this out to the end with me.

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So there you have five Fallout tips to make sure you start your journey on the right foot. What tips would you recommend when starting out? Leave us a comment below to tell us why.

 

Why it’s Great to be a Gamer Right Now

Christmas may still be a few weeks away, but for gamers everywhere it has certainly arrived early. Assuming you have one of the two leading consoles or PC your blessed this winter with a stunning line up of mainly third-party titles. There is so much on offer currently that it’s hard to find the time to enjoy them all.

Starting off in early September we had the mammoth 200 hour plus Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. A solid outing for Snake receiving all around praise from critics and fans of the series. Then at the end of October Xbox owners finally got their hands on Master Chief’s latest adventure with Halo 5: Guardians. This time questioning the hero for his actions giving this exclusive a nice edge. Then on top of the story you have the multiplayer aspect which will merge your days into weeks making you lose track of time altogether.
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Start on November rolled around bringing plenty of presents including Bethesda’s latest entry into the Fallout series which dropped another 200 plus hour campaign into the mix. On the same date the follow up to 2013’s Tomb Raider was released for Xbox One. Two highly anticipated titles leading into the third week in November. Come the nineteenth we had EA’s Star Wars Battlefront. Whatever your opinion no one can doubt that the Star Wars universe has never looked so glorious. Planets like Hoth and Endor now look so immersive that it’s impossible not to appreciate them. With multiple updates coming in the near future, this is something we could all be playing for a crazy amount of time.

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Nintendo’s Wii U on the other hand has a tremendous library of games available for anyone purchasing the console this holiday season, however for those of us that bought the console earlier in its life cycle there is little to shout about. Yes 2016 seem’s to be growing with games but their ending to this year is nothing short of disappointing. At the start of the year we had a Zelda and Star Fox lined up, now we have a Mario Tennis and Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival. Saying all this we have the much requested Super Mario Maker which can easily keep owners occupied until the new year. Creating and crafting levels until your heart contents is something that gamers have been dreaming of since the original Super Mario Bros. Now a reality its hard to put it down.

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These are just a handful of the stand out titles this winter so how is anyone suppose to enjoy all these? Normally we are treated to one or two major releases that stand apart from the crown, but this year it’s looking more like half a dozen. Unless your lucky enough to own all platforms and have the time to sink hours upon hours into all of these releases then sadly not every game can be played. This case is never-ending though as there is always another game to play. All these anticipated new games combined with every previously released title begs the question how we manage to say “I have nothing to play”. I’m not condemning others as I myself am guilty of this because when you sit down and think about it there basically an endless amount of video games to fall in love with. This is truly a gift and a curse.

Fallout 4 Guide: How to Debug Your Settlement

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From time to time, you might encounter a naughty bug in one your settlements. Basically, most settlers will disappear and/or they won’t perform their assigned tasks. As a result, the settlement’s happiness will drastically decrease. Here’s how can you resolve this issue.

This seems to be a random bug that doesn’t happen that often. I only found it during my second journey at Sanctuary Hills. My settlers went missing, I couldn’t find more than 4 out of 16. Despite my amazing stats, the happiness decreased from 78% t 52%, which clearly meant that the settlement was bugged. Some people still can see their settlers but their stats get bugged too. This is a quick guide explaining how to debug and unstuck your settlement.

 

Fallout 4 - Unstuck Settlement - Build a Bell1. Build a Bell

Build a Bell on V under Resources>Miscellaneous. Put it in an relatively accessible zone to avoid further path/stuck bugs. This item will allow you to call every single person living in your settlement, including companions and traders.

 

Fallout 4 - Unstuck Settlement - Ring the Bell2. Ring the Bell

Now, ring the bell several times.  Wait around 10 seconds between usages. I did this five times and everyone came back. The settlers that you see will quickly get to you and the ones missing will eventually return to the settlement. They might get stuck in barricades and fences if you have any, so you might want to look around after spamming ringing the bell.

 

3. Leave the Settlement

Aright, so now to refresh the settlement go anywhere else and come back. The loading screen should refresh the settler’s confusing bug. If they disappear again, try to do the same procedure. Call them with the bell to get everyone in place, then save the game.

 

Fallout 4 - Unstuck Settlement - Assign Settlers4. Re-Assign Everyone

The boring part comes now. You need to assign everyone one by one again. If you don’t, they’ll most likely go back to do whatever they want. Missing, walking around, everything else but working on the assignment you gave them. Click E on each settler and then assign them to food, security or trading.

 

5. Wait for the Assignment Delay

Once you’ve re-assigned everyone, wait around two minutes. In my game, the 16 settlers took awhile to assume their re-assignments. Some kind of delay took over and around two minutes after my last assignment order, the system was still sending messages.

 

Fallout 4 - Unstuck Settlement - Move Settler6. Exchange Settlers

If your settlers remain bugged, try to send them somewhere else. Send a few to another settlement and get fresh ones from any outpost you wish. Then, check if the bug is finally gone. If so, repeat this method until all your bugged settlement is fixed. To move a settler, click V, then select someone and click R, now pick a new settlement choice.

 

7. Save and Restart the Game

Ultimately, save your progress and restart the game. All your settlement stuck bugs should be revolved by now. At least they worked in my games. Remember that you might have to repeat certain steps several types until it fully unstuck.

 

This is how you debug your settlements. If you’ve followed these steps, your settlement should be bug free now. Or at least, your settlers shouldn’t be wandering around anymore. This is a settlement bug fix and it works in every settlement.

Fallout 4 Mission Guide: The Silver Shroud

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The Silver Shroud is a very long yet rewarding mission given by ghoul Kent Conolly at Goodneighbor. This is one of the required missions to get John Hancock as a companion too. Learn how to solve every step.

Fighting crime in Goodneighbor as the Silver Shroud will be taking some of your time once you engage this mission. Between recovering a forgotten costume to killing several criminal targets, the fun is just about to get started. Remember to impersonate the Silver Shroud as much as you can to keep the hero role alive and don’t spare the criminals, because it will really disappoint any companion that you might bring with you. Here’s how to succeed as the righteous her of Goodneigbor.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Kent Connolly1. Talk to Kent Connolly

The Silver Shroud mission is given by the radio broadcaster Kent Connolly at the Memory Den in Goodneightbor. Talk to him and offer your help with a glorious but forgotten costume that should be found in a nearby comics store.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Hubris Comics2. Go to Hubris Comics

Go to Hubris Comics ‘N Toys, which is located near Vault 114 and east of Trinity Plaza. The place will be empty, so just find your way upwards once inside the building.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Costume3. Get the Silver Shroud Costume

On the last floor, you’ll find a huge scenario with a flashlight. At the left, you’ll also realize a fancy suit displayed in a mannequin. Pick it up, its the Silver Shroud costume that you’re looking for.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Receive Costume4. Give the Costume to Kent Connolly

Return to Connolly at Goodneighbor and retrieve the costume. The ghoul will tell you that he is no hero and the costume will not suit him well. Offer yourself to become the mighty Silver Shroud to continue the mission. You’ll receive the costume and respective hat in your inventory.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Silver Shroud Radio5. Listen to Silver Shroud Radio

After receiving the costume, don’t forget to wear it. Then, turn on your radio at the Silver Shroud Radio frequency. The next step will be enabled shortly after you do this. A new location will be displayed in your map, head there. Also, try to keep the radio on until you finish this mission. I know it’s annoying but you’ll need to turn it on several times.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Kill Wayne DeLancy6. Find and Kill Wayne DeLancy

You must take down Wayne DeLancy, a top criminal in the town. He’s located at a slightly hidden alley near the Memory Den. You can’t miss it, it’s right to the left side of the building, then just follow the one way path and you’ll find Wayne. Kill him and leave a calling card on his body. To do this click on his body and then press Space.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Kill AJ7. Find and Kill AJ

Listen to the radio again to get the next criminal’s location. Head to the entrance of Goodneighbor and head right from the main path. That’s the alley, where AJ and his bodyguards will be waiting for you. This time is AJ, a drug-dealer that sells even to children. Kill him too and leave a calling card on his corpse with Enter.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Whitechapel Charlie8. Talk to Whitechapel Charlie

Now, head to into the Third Rail, it’s the underground metro station just under the Old State House. Keep going until you find a bar stand with a robot behind it. That’s Whitechapel Charlie, go talk to it and ask about your next target, Kendra. You’ll learn that she’s a skilled assassin and that she is staying in an outpost close to the town.

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9. Find and Kill Kendra

Finding Kendra is a bit tricky but here’s what to do. Head outside of Goodneighbor and turn left. Keep going until you see a green-orange bridge, go there and keep walking until you see a path to a building with a wooden ramp. Enter the outpost and keep going up until you find Kendra. You’ll find a few enemies in your way but nothing serious. Don’t forget to leave the calling note on her body.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Talk to Hancock10. Meet with John Hancock as the Silver Shroud

Go back to Goodneighbor and listen to the Silver Shroud Radio once again. Then, you’ll get a chance to personally talk with the mayor of the town at the, John Hancock himself. Go tot he Old State House, where he’ll request you to take care of some dangerous people that are threatening the civilians around the area. Accept to do justice as the Silver Shroud.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Kill Smiley Kate11. Kill Smiley Kate

Now, head north towards Bunker Hill and look outside the town. You’ll find Smiley Kate and her gang in a corner. Ambush them and leave no one alive. Then, put a calling note on Kate’s body to proceed.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Kill Northy12. Kill Northy

Your next target is Northy and he’s located in a building to the west. Follow the road and be aware of ghouls and wild animals. When you reach the destination, kill everyone as usual and leave a calling note on Northy’s body. Check his body for clues too, you’ll find a note called Find the Silver Shroud.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Talk to Irma13. Talk to Irma and Listen to the Radio

Return to Goodneighborn and head to the Memory Den to talk to Irma about Kent Connolly. She’ll tell you that Sinjin’s gang came to kidnap Kent. Listen to the radio frequency once more to learn about Sinjin’s location.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Milton General Hospital14. Go to the Milton General Hospital

Sinjin is waiting for the Silver Shroud at the Milton General Hospital, which is located south of Diamond City. Enter the hospital and seek a way upwards through two elevators. Then, when you reach an area with many rooms, there’s one with a gap in the floor, fall down and keep going. Note that there are several enemies and turrets in this place.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Kill Sinjin15. Find and Kill Sinjin

Now, you’ll see a door to your left and that’s where the gang is waiting you with Kent as a hostage. Saving him is optional, so the decision is entirely up to you. You need to aim at their heads while pressing Q in order to save Kent. If you’re too weak or slow, you won’t be able to kill them fast enough tho. Kill everyone, including Sinjin to complete the mission.

Fallout 4 - The Silver Shroud - Return to Hancock16. Return to Hancock

The final step is to return to Hancock at Goodneighbor. He’ll reward you extremely well and your chances to get him as a companion are now much higher, since the Silver Shroud mission is one of the requirements.

Fallout 4 Companion Guide: How to Recruit and Romance Paladin Danse

Fallout 4 - Paladin Danse

Paladin Danse is one of the strongest companions in Fallout 4 and probably the hardest to romance. Hist peculiar personality and endless requirements make him a very devoted choice. Learn how can you recruit and romance Paladin Danse.

This is an extensive guide that explains the exact steps that you need to follow to get in very good terms with the elite soldier. Certain mistakes will cut off this possibility, so you need to play carefully with your choices, specially during his personal mission Blind Betrayal. Also, keep in mind that romancing Paladin Danse will take a very long time and you won’t be able to do it if you don’t actually follow the Brotherhood of Steel until end-game.

General Profile

Gender: Male

Race: Human/Synth

Faction: The Brotherhood of Steel     |     Rank: Paladin

Main Personality Traits: Devoted, Loyal, Aggressive, Righteous, Fearless

Hair Color: Black     |     Eye Color: Light Brown

Companion Perk: Know Your Enemy (20% more damage against irradiated ghouls, mutated humanoids and androids)

Fallout 4 - Romance Paladin Danse - Know Your Enemy Perk

1. How to Recruit Paladin Danse

To get Danse you need to walk on foot toward Diamond City. Eventually, you’ll get a radio distress signal at the military AF95. Turn your radio there to receive the first quest named Fire Support, which will lead you to the Cambridge Police Station, now in hands of the Brotherhood of Steel.

Head there and be ready to perform a series of missions given by Paladin Danse, Scribe Haylen and Knight Rhys until you’re given the opportunity to join the ranks as an Initiate. Alright, so the part to get Danse to join you as a companion is a bit of a mystery.

The short answer is keep playing and you’ll eventually get him as a companion. This is what happened to me. Right after killing Kellogg, The Institutes’s elite soldier, during the Reunions mission, a huge giant ship appeared in the skies of the Commonwealth just when i walked outside the mission’s building. Then, I automatically received a new mission via radio – Shadows of Steel. All you have to do is follow the simple steps, finish this assignment and Paladin Danse will be ready to accompany you with your business all across the Commonwealth.

Fallout 4 - Romance Paladin Danse - Shadow of Steel Mission

2. Paladin Danse Romance Requirements

  • Brotherhood of Steel chain missions, all after his recruitment, such as Outside the Wire and Blind Betrayal.
  • Paladin Danse must be alive and exiled at the Commonwealth.
  • Maximum Affinity.

3. How to Romance Paladin Danse

Paladin Danse is probably the hardest companion to romance in Fallout 4, there are just way too many requirements and time involved. But a relationship is built step by step, so here’s what you need to do in detail.

Fallout 4 - Romance Paladin Danse - Entering and Leaving Power ArmorStep 1. Building Trust

In order to break the cold, you need to do anything to please him. Start by helping the Brotherhood of Steel, at any cost. Performing all missions and being truly loyal tot he cause will impress Danse. But that’s not all you can do to raise his affinity. Check the two lists below to know more about his likes and dislikes. In the meanwhile, remember to always be unfriendly with  other races when you’re traveling with Paladin Danse.

Fallout 4 - Romance Paladin Danse - Talking to Danse Step 2. Friendly Conversations

Be as supportive as you can whenever Danse wants to talk to you. He’ll generally tell you small confident details about his past and all he seeks is a friendly word, not judgment. So, don’t be negative or truthful in this case, just be on his side no mater what. There are four conversation before you get to romance him and in each one of them, you get to build your relationship with him. The dialogs let you know him better with direct and indirect clues about Danse’s values.

Fallout 4 - Romance Paladin Danse -Step 3. Flirting

Besides being friendly and supportive, you need to take the first step. Whenever you get the option to flirt during your talks with Danse, do not hesitate. However, if your affinity with him is not that high your feeling won’t be that well accepted. To be more successful with flirting, you should raise your Charisma field first. I’ve played with maximum charisma and I never failed any flirt with any character so far.

Fallout 4 - Romance Paladin Danse - Romance After Blind BetrayalStep 4. Personal Mission

Despite doing everything right, you can’t romance him until his personal mission Blind Betrayal. This event will turn tables around and it’s the exact moment when you need to defend and support him with everything you got. Remember, if you want to romance him, you need to save him first. Complete the mission and return to Paladin Danse at his new location. Note that I’m trying not to spoil too much here. Just follow the mission steps and once it’s done, return to Listening Post Bravo to face Danse about the new reality. That’s when you get to romance him.

4. Paladin Danse Likes and Approves

  • Creating/modifying any Power Armor, as well as entering and leaving it (it can be exploited if you have several power armors).
  • Entering any vertibird of the Brotherhood of Steel.
  • All forms of collaboration with the Brotherhood of Steel.
  • Negative comments about synths, ghouls and mutants.
  • Fighting The Institute and its supporters.
  • Helping people and protecting the interests of the Commonwealth.

5. Paladin Danse Dislikes and Disapproves

  • Stealing, pick-poking and forbidden lock-picking.
  • Taking drugs, boosts and alcoholic drinks.
  • Cannibalism is also despised by Danse.
  • Supportive or friendly talk with or about synths, ghouls and mutants.
  • Being cooperative or helping criminals in any form (such as bribing).
  • Attacking and killing non-hostile/innocent citizens of the Commonwealth.

6. Paladin Danse Romance Quotes

Things couldn’t be better between us… and for the first time in my life, I’m truly happy.

Being with you has made me realize that I never want to be alone again.

Whatever caused our fates to intertwine would never let them unravel.

You’ve taught me what being close to someone really means. I’ll cherish that forever.

If a machine and human can learn to live in harmony, then anything’s possible.

Best Fallout 4 Characters to Play as: Terminator, Vin Diesel, Vladimir Putin Saves and More

I spent over six hours trying to create a Fallout 4 character that looks exactly like me, but I failed completely. It was horrible (maybe because I am horrible, who knows?) Well, other people were not so unlucky. There are some really skilled players out there – at least when it comes to creating Fallout 4 characters that look exactly like movie stars, famous people and even famous characters from other games. Who thought that it’s possible to play Fallout 4 like the T-800 Terminator (and that’s an amazing character to play as!), Vladimir Putin, Sylvester Stallone or even Barack Obama? Well, the options are endless thanks to the in-depth face editor, and if you want to play as a celebrity, we’ve got you covered: here are the best Fallout 4 characters created so far you can play as.

All you have to do is to download the save file and load it in your game: all these are saved before leaving Vault 111 (while some also offer saves later on in the game) so you can change the Specials if you don’t like them. But with such amazing characters, the world will be at your feet anyway. So let’s check out and download the best characters to play as in Fallout 4!

1. The T-800 Terminator

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It just can’t get any better than this! Play as Arnold Schwarzenegger, equip a shotgun (or, even better, a minigun) and have fun! This is one of my favorite characters in Fallout 4 and it looks exactly like the Terminator. Click here to download for free.

2. Big Boss – Venom Snake

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It is missing the eye patch, but I am sure that some other modder will take care of that. If you want a bit of MGS vibes in your game, download this here.

3. Vin Diesel

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Play as Vin Diesel and rule the Commonwealth with this great replica of the man himself. All he needs now is to make the Lone Wandered motorcycle work and it will be flawless. Even without it, it should be pretty nice to play Fallout 4 as Vin Diesel and you can do so by downloading the character here.

4. Trevor Philips

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If you want a crazy dude roaming the Commonwealth and doing all sorts of crazy stuff, you can as well go for Trevor’s persona. Download the character here.

5. Taylor Swift

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She isn’t, probably, the best person to send out to take out super mutants and legendary raiders, but she sure is great to look at, so if you want the tiny blonde girl as a Fallout 4 character, you have the chance to turn her into a legend in the Commonwealth too! Get the save game here.

6. Vladimir Putin

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You don’t have to learn Russian to play as Putin in Fallout 4. You can’t even change his stats, because there can be only one and one alone. Click here to download the Fallout 4 save file and play as Vladimir Putin!

7. Barack Obama

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If you prefer the other side of the coin, then you can play as Barack Obama as well. People won’t recognize you as their president, but maybe you can help them change their mind! Check out the save game here and play as President Obama right away.

8. Sylvester Stallone

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It’s back to action hero superstars, because they work best in Fallout 4. If you don’t want to be the Terminator, then you might want to play as Stallone. Save file even includes a military cap, fatigues, leather chest straps, sunglasses, and an assault rifle with 100 rounds. Great way to start the game, so click here to download it.

9. James Bond

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It looks like Daniel Craig after an unsuccessful plastic surgery, that’s true, but nothing to worry about. We still have double-o seven here and I’m sure you’ll have no trouble finding some gadgets for him to use in the Commonwealth and a Piper or a Cait to turn into the next Bond Lady. Download the character save file here.

10. Jennifer Lawrence

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The lady’s used with Hunger games and she proved that she’s not one to shy away from having sticky goo on her face, so she’s the perfect fit for the bad things awaiting for her in the Commonwealth. Plus, she will have no objections about earning more caps than a male character would… so download her here.

Bonus: Abraham Lincoln

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The guy took a long walk all the way from the Washington wasteland to Boston, but he’s here to save the day. It’s history in the making by a man who made history. Great for a bonus character, so click here to download the Fallout 4 save file and play as Mr. Lincoln.

This is it. Great options and obviously amazingly designed characters. Which one will you pick for your next adventure in the Commonwealth?

Fallout 4 Mission Guide: Blind Betrayal

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Expected or not, Blind Betrayal brings a huge plot twist into the game and gladly for players, there are many ways to end up this mission. Find out about what can be done with Paladin Danse and his future.

If you have this mission you already know that Paladin Danse is not human, he is a synth and he must be killed. At least, that’s what Elder Arthus Maxson asks of you. Depending on your relationship with Danse and on your charisma level, you can play with the options to either kill or save him. Despite all efforts though, Danse will no longer be a permanent companion after this mission, so be aware before you proceed. As for now, let’s see what can be done.

 

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Talk to Proctor Quinlan1. Talk to Elder Maxson and Proctor Quinlan

After receiving the mission from Elder Maxson, head downstairs to the Prydwin’s Main Deck and talk to Proctor Quinlan at the document research area. He will give you hints about Danse’s location and update the mission objectives.

 

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Scribe Haylen2. Follow Scribe Haylen About Danse’s Location

While talking to Proctor Quinlan, you’ll see Scribe Haylen interfering in the dialog. She’ll say she got useful information about Danse. Follow her downstairs and ask about the promising data, which is the exact location of Danse’s hideout.

 

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Listening Post Bravo3. Go to Listening Post Bravo

The location is a pre-war outpost that was an alternative Brotherhood of Steel base to the current Cambridge Police Station. Head east from the Greentop Nursery and you won’t miss the post. Get inside the building and be ready for heavy fire.

 

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Power the Elevator4. Power the Elevator

Get inside the post and hack the terminal to power up the elevator. Then head down and get ready for an intense fight against robots. Equip your strong weapon and projectiles before hitting the elevator button.

 

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Kill the Protectron5. Fight the Robots

Two Protectrons and roof turrets will almost instantly fire at you once you hit the under level. Use your companion as a shield if you want since there’s no cover at all. Move around and aim steadily, try to take out the turrets first and then, hit the Protectron’s head, which is their weak spot.

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Locate Paladin Danse6. Locate Paladin Danse

After cleaning the path, just run forward until you find Paladin Danse. There’s no other path so you won’t get lost. Talk to him and demand an explanation for the whole synth/run-away situation.

 

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Kill or Save Paladin Danse7. Kill/Save Danse

Your first decision comes here, you can choose to kill Paladin Danse on site or pick his side and walk out of the outpost together. If you choose to save him, it won’t be over just yet, you’ll need to convince Elder Maxson that is wrong to kill Danse.

 

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Persuading Elder Maxson8. Persuade Elder Maxson

If you walk out with Danse, you’ll have to face Elder Maxson. He’ll initially keep his orders but if your charisma is high enough, there are several ways to persuade him. One of them is to threat him to leave the Brotherhood of Steel. Reminding him of Danse’s humanitarian deeds can work too.

 

Fallout 4 - Blind Betrayal - Saving Paladin Danse9. Speak to Danse and Maxson Separately

If you chose to kill Danse, you can just talk to Elder Maxson to complete the mission. If you chose to save Danse, you need to talk to him first to discuss the future. Afterwards, head back to the Prydwin to close the matter with Maxson and receive your reward.

 

Saving Danse is not hard if your charisma is high. However, you won’t be able to count on him much, especially if you choose to side with the Brotherhood of Steel.