After a month and a half, I have officially accomplished something I rarely do, and something I have never done with a Bethesda game: I finished Fallout 4 in its entirety, including receiving the platinum trophy. That’ll make my second platinum I’ve ever gotten (right behind one of my favorite games of all time, Shadow of Mordor). I never go for platinums. Having kids makes it difficult to focus on getting those platinums, mostly because you practically need to treat the game as a second job in order to do so. So, when I get a platinum, it really says something. The strange thing is, I have no idea why I went for this one. Out of all the Bethesda backed Fallout games, this was my least favorite. In fact, I’m not even sure I particularly liked the game.
I’ve been clearing through my backlog of games and, due to my enjoyment of Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt, I decided to play through The Witcher: Enhanced Edition. I was never a big PC gamer, so I missed this one when it initially came out, but I’ve fallen in love with the universe through The Wild Hunt and the Witcher books, so I’m giving it a shot.