Couch Podtatoes Episode 69: APG – Fallout 4


Remember that thing we called “Actually Playing Games” a couple of weeks ago? In it, we discussed a game we had been playing together, Warhammer Vermintide, and then decided that the next game we’d play together was Secret Ponchos. We did play Secret Ponchos, but decided it wasn’t the type of game that would make for a very long conversation. Plus, Fallout 4 came out, and we couldn’t stop playing it.

So, we start off talking briefly about Secret Ponchos, and then move onto talking in-depth about Fallout 4. We tried to avoid spoilers, but if you haven’t played the game yet or haven’t explored much of The Commonwealth, keep in mind that we do talk about some side quests, various funny things we’ve come across and talk about one of the factions a little bit. Mostly though we concentrate on mechanics and systems and compare this title to previous iterations. I think we sound like we’re gushing over it for the most part, and I’m not ashamed of this. Feel free to share your Fallout stories with us in the comments.


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Couch Podtatoes Epsiode 69: APG: Fallout 4 (runtime: 59:20)

Discussion: Secret Ponchos & Fallout 4 (starts at 00:00)

Host Contact information:

Blog: Me vs. Myself and I
Twitter: @mevsmyselfandi

Blog: Healing the Masses
Twitter: @ausj3w3l

Music Credits:
“Bit Rush” by Riot Games
“Loser” by Beck (from the album Mellow Gold)
“Enchanted Rose” by Bury Your Dead (from the album Beauty and the Breakdown)

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