Fallout 4, one of the most highly anticipated triple A games of 2015 definitely lived up to it's name and all I can say is that Bethesda have done it again. If or when you buy Fallout 4 it's guaranteed that you won't have much of a life once you do as you'll be completely glued to the screen, at least I certainly was.
I'll start with what is good about this game and later discuss a few issues that I had whilst playing it. Fallout 4 is a big improvement over the earlier titles Fallout 3 and New Vegas, mainly due to the redesign of nearly all the models of in- game equipment, world objects and robots. Let's not forget that there is new content in Fallout 4 such as the improved armour system where you can choose a full piece that covers the whole body, or a set that you can mix and match to your hearts content. The combat system in Fallout 4 is a big improvement and makes Iron sights a viable option in combat whilst VAT's is as good as ever with some minor improvements like a critical hit meter which you can activate after landing multiple hits on an enemy.
The weapon actions, such as reloading and swinging, are a vast improvement and look more realistic. Also the sound quality of the game is excellent, especially the weapon and creature noises.
The companions still get in your way, blocking doors and stairways and sometimes even getting you completely stuck, the problem is a longstanding issue within the franchise. Also the companion wheel is hell to use as I have found that some companions tend to run away whilst you try to open their inventory or you move slightly and the wheel disappears which gets really annoying.
I don't know if anyone else found this but the Perk System confused me. My brain perceived that you had to reach level 10 of the first row perks before moving on and subsequently this messed my early game up as I only realised when I was level 35 that I could select perks on lower levels. Bethesda didn't really explain anything about the perk system other than how it gives you better skills and for me their help guide doesn't really help as it doesn't give an in-depth explanation of each feature the game has.