Can someone explain the appeal of Fallout? I've only played New Vegas and 4, but it strikes me as second-rate as both a shooter and an rpg. Games like, for example, the Far Cry series, have better action and shooting, and Elder Scrolls-type (to use another Bethesda series) games beat it as an rpg. I get it's a blend of two genres, it's never going to be the best at either, but I think it could have done both better than it did. Like I said, if I want to play a shooter, I'll play a better shooter, if I want to play an rpg, I'll play a better rpg. Maybe it's just me, but I don't see why Fallout has gotten as much hype as it has.