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Disclaimer: The Weekly Saturday Poll is a poll (not a pole!) every Saturday asking the community what they think about the fallout series ranging from skills, guns, music and other paraphernalia. Have a suggestion for the next poll? Tell me on my talk page!
I missed having slavers to kill in Fallout 4. New Vegas did not disappoint on that front though.
Well, it would have made the show a lot more interesting than what it is.
Question #1 I asked In New Vegas and Fallout 4, did you miss being able to enslave people?
In third place with 21 votes was no, slavery is naughty! Santa doesn't care if you're naughty or nice.
Coming in second with 30 votes is it would have been nice as an option. Everyone's gotta make a living right?
And in 1st place with 37 votes was I wouldn't care if it was there or not. Fallout isn't exactly renowned for slavery mechanics.
Question #2 I asked Ever feel like there's not enough people in the Wasteland and its towns?
In third place is seems like there's enough for me with 11 votes. It does seem quite big, until you start running into Bethesda/Obsidian's budget and the same voices are used again.
Second place is it's just game engine limitations with 42 votes, exactly what I said before!
And in first place with 47 votes is Yeah, is there anybody out there? It felt like a deserted island sometimes.
Question #3 I asked Did you prefer the four story branches of New Vegas or Fallout 4?
In 3rd place with 10 votes was Fallout 4. Because what's better than the back in black Brotherhood, hobo cowboys, robofetishists (James Garret would be proud) and people named after a transport network?
In 2nd place with 12 votes was I loved New Vegas and 4 equally with this respect.
And 1st place with 69 votes, apparently replying to 3rd place is New Vegas is better! *insert meme here about wishing for a nuclear winter*
Were some achievements/trophies not worth the effort to get?
Would you have preferred if faction armour like the Ranger Veteran or Centurion didn’t make factions hostile to you?
Ever felt like a Fallout game needed a dancing side-quest?
Have you ever been put off from getting into a game series because there are too many games in it?