A Note About Life And Fallout 4
As I write this at 3pm in England, in my area is a bit drizzly, a strong wind has dropped temperatures to single digits Celsius and I am sat here knowing that in 24 hours I will be able to play Fallout 4, due to a situation with the store where I bought the physical copy.
Well, I just want to say this, we know of the hype surrounding this game, we know of the spambot brigades hitting Reddit and Youtube telling people supposed or even possibly real spoilers of the sort like “Darth Vader is Luke's dad” deal, which is totally not a nice thing to do, and there have also been people banned from Twitch.tv for playing Fallout 4 over the weekend.
All I want to say really, is that yes, Fallout 4 is less than 24 hours until release everywhere and that, as strange as it sounds, don't just get lost in exploring Boston, take breaks from your computer (though to be fair, I may end up spending 2 hours in character customisation) and remember to eat something healthy (or at least better than a pack of Sugar Bombs) don't forget pets, and children if you have them (though if they are old enough, you will know.)
Also, most importantly, don't go whining about lack of graphics quality in areas, this is a Bethesda game, expect some bugs, not the super HD Holodeck quality graphics and remember this is a game, it's suppose to be fun and give time for mod makers to make some of the beautiful detailed quest mods we have seen for Fallout New Vegas, and have FUN.
Fallout 4 is already out in Australia and New Zealand, and will unlock for Europe in 8 hours, America in 14 hours to 18 hours (assuming staged US launch). You still may have a chance to pre-order on Steam for £39.99