Ladies and Gentlemen, I've taken meticulous-ish notes  notes on the BE3 stream, and I'm SUPER psyched about the new titles being released soon! Except for one of them, but I'll get to that soon. Also, I discarded the meticulous notes, because writing notes and making detailed posts isn't how I roll. That's boring! This is incoherent fanboyism and excitement coming out however I make it come out!

The first game detailed out on the Bethesda conference was Doom. The single player gameplay is a fast-paced, deadly first person shooter with badass melee, cool weapons, and a lot of blood and gore. It looks to be a rather formulaic entry to the series, as far as first-person shooting goes. The main attraction for me, personally, is the Snapmap and the multiplayer. Snapmap is an in-game editor where the players can sculpt their own maps and challenges, alter game logic, and so forth, to create endless unique multiplayer missions, challenges, and so forth. All-in-all, though, it's not the top of my list of "must-have" games, although it is one I'd like to eventually get.

The next game they revealed information for was Battlecry, an MMO that is being released. Oceania has been involved in a beta of the game, and it's going to be opened up to a worldwide beta soon. This game is the one I am the least interested in. I'm sure Battlecry will have its own unique twist, but overall, it's largely a heavily stylised and cartoony PVP MMO, and it felt very "Team Fortress 2"-ish, in my own opinion, and I'm not terribly interested in getting the game.

Next up is Dishonored 2: The realm is being taken over by a usurper, and Corvo and a new protagonist Emily are going to be teaming up with their own unique abilities and skills to save the world. It looks quite intriguing, although I've not played Dishonored yet. (Someday I will, honest!)

While we wait for Dishonored 2, a Dishonored: Definitive Edition is being created, which is a remake of Dishonored with all of the original DLC remastered for the Xbox One and Playstation 4.

The Elder Scrolls Online stuff, I'll leave to Alarra to go on about, since she's the ESOTU guru of the lot of us, and she wants to do her own impressions post about BE3 shortly after mine.

Before I get to the biggest attraction of the release, Fallout 4, there is a spin-off TES game that Alarra will hopefully cover (because I missed it and heard only a few details as I got a drink), and there's a Fallout Shelter smartphone game. Fallout Shelter, I do know about, and it's a stereotypical micromanagement game where you build a vault, gather settlers, and blah, blah, blah. Looks cute and adorable, but I don't have a smartphone, so as these are my own impressions, I'm going to gloss over this as I'm not interested.

FALLOUT 4 COMES OUT ON NOVEMBER 10, 2015!! In Fallout 4, you make your player, a voiced male or female of a family from pre-war, and you sign up for the local Vault 111 in Boston. The player will witness the bombs go off, and though spoilers were not given, you survive the blast and two centuries later are the sole survivor of Vault 111.

The UI is beautiful, simplistic, and the game is running off a modified Creation Engine from Skyrim. At first, the thought of a rehashed Creation Engine bothered me, but when I saw what the next generation of Creation can do, it took my breath away. In Fallout 4, the player will be able to construct a settlement in this large world by dynamically creating and building buildings in real time, can draw in settlers and traders between settlements they found, and can and should build defences to protect against bandit raids. Customised weapons and armour are possible, and the player, by stripping down any item in the world, can build and customise weapons, armour, and handmade and placed buildings to an extreme degree that just makes me giddy as hell and SUPER SUPER excited!

The characters have had hundreds or thousands of popular names recorded, so whatever name you enter as your name, characters can dynamically say it and include it in conversation, for instance using the name "Howard" from the presentation. Cosworth, the family robot, would address the player by this name, as would his family, and that was absolutely incredible! It will definitely make the world feel a lot more alive and that you're definitely a part of it! The gameplay looks amazing!

The player's power armour from the trailer looks like it's a tank, with speedometers, jetpacks, badass weapons, and other cool stuff, all customisable, and it's really exciting that the game will at last feature power armour that's a mechanised warrior capable of mass damage instead of a sturdy heavy armour as has been done in the past.

The last thing I want to touch on is the pip-boy from the collector's edition of Fallout 4. It allows the player to insert their smart phone and use an app to access the pip boy i-game. According to Todd Howard's own words, it's like the other "stupid fucking gimmicks" that other people do, but his looks really cool. The one thing I'm curious about is why on earth you'd drop your controller to touch your phone on your wrist. Eh, still cool, though, and since I finally have gainful employment, I'll have to pre-order the collector's edition when I can do so. Yes, I know, people say don't pre-order, but it's a game I'd get anyway, and unlike Ubisoft, BethSoft has a good track record, and I'm a hypocrite anyway.

These are all just my random and excited thoughts on the game, and I can't wait for Fallout 4 to come out this year on the tenth of November! I'm definitely saving some money to build a gaming computer to take on this game! And Doom and any other cool ones. No way I'm playing such a game like the other console peasants, no offence to you people (okay, maybe a little offence).

I CAN'T WAIT!!! Also, here are three screenshots (in no particular order) of concept art for Fallout 4, an image of the player outside of the vault, and of Fallout Shelter, which if I haven't mentioned yet, is now available on your smartphone app stores, and was released at the end of the presentation. I wanted these images in-line with the text, but the blog always wrecks my formatting and other stuff.

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