>>1382309>tfw I've played all 5
Nier Automata is basically Nier but with panties. It's an awesome game in that improves the clunky gameplay while having a sexy protagonist along with the cool music and mindfuck narrative of the original Nier game.>Fallout 4
Story is actually good, i think I'm one of the few that likes it, it goes to shit once you reach the Insititute. It's like the reveal of the man in the Wizard of Oz, from that point on, it loses its magic and I couldn't have cared less for the plot. But before that it was neat. The best aspect of the game is the settlement building, arranging your farms and houses for your settlers to live and work in then setting up shops etc. is really fun if that's your thing. There's a huge island off the corner on the map where you can pretty much build as much as you like to your heart's content. The gunplay was also nice.
Fallout 3 was good, I liked it better than New Vegas. It feels like a genuine wasteland RPG, where you emerge as this lone wanderer in a dangerous wasteland, where everything is a danger and you struggle to fight radroaches. However as you progress you become stronger and stronger and become this god of the wasteland. It really encapsulates the feeling of a lonely empty wasteland struggling to survive and aspects of the game especially in Rivet city feel melancholic, I really liked it.
Red Dead Redemption 1 was a good wild west sandbox where you can ride around, get into fun gunfights, and skin animals. It's not as good as Red Dead Redemption 2, but if you want to play it I'd say go ahead.
Mass Effect Andromeda wasn't bad per se, but its a great example of how far Bioware has fallen. It doesn't feel remotely like an AAA game, it feels like a third party title or made by a B team. The world is plain ugly, the textures bug and glitch a lot, the plot is barely enough to keep your attention. You basically play as someone arriving in a "new galaxy" except it doesn't feel like a new Galaxy