The Master of Horror John Carpeter Weighs-In of FALLOUT 76, Calls It “Hit & Miss”
The gamers I know have all been raving about Fallout 76, while others have been complaining about programming glitches and over-hype. So, who do you believe? If you’re a horror fan, you put a lot of stock into the opinions of John Carpenter. Let’s be honest: We weren’t even truly excited about the latest Halloween sequel until we heard that Carpenter had given it the proverbial thumbs-up.
So, what does The Master of Horror think of Fallout 76? In a nutshell, he has mixed feelings. Here’s the quick review he shared with his Twitter followers:
FALLOUT 76 is a glitchathon of a game, stuttering and freezing, but still fun, addicting with its post nuke open world. A big game with hit & miss missions. Despite its flaws, I dig it.
— John Carpenter (@TheHorrorMaster) November 24, 2018
“FALLOUT 76 is a glitchathon of a game, stuttering and freezing, but still fun, addicting with its post nuke open world. A big game with hit & miss missions. Despite its flaws, I dig it.”
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