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I had Fallout 4 for a week before release and all I

first_imgThis bear awaits a grim fate, locked away with adorable little bear handcuffs. This bear was ready for the war before it began, you know, since it never changes. Despite being surrounded by raiders, these bears bedded down on a tiny rug and some lovely flowers. There’s more to Fallout 4 than its large teddy bear population; the world is vast and demands exploration, but I spent a large portion of my play time trying to figure out how to get this Brahmin off my damn roof:He’s above my spawn point, so each time I fast travel to my main settlement, I’m greeted not by the bark of my faithful canine companion Dogmeat, but by the sounds of mutant mooing.Fallout. VIEW PHOTO GALLERY Fallout 4 toilet bearFallout 4 toilet bearEven in the nuclear post-apocalypse, this bear still relishes his privacy.Fallout 4 sex bearsDespite being surrounded by raiders, these bears bedded down on a tiny rug and some lovely flowers.Fallout 4 army bearThis bear was ready for the war before it began, you know, since it never changes.Fallout 4 caged bearThis bear awaits a grim fate, locked away with adorable little bear handcuffs.Fallout 4 baby bearThis little bear just wants his mommy.Fallout 4 bomb bearLook at his eyes — he’s very aware that he’s leaning up against a box of live explosives.Fallout 4 ominous bearThese corpses were there before I arrived. This bear either presided over the slaughter, or is a dark omen of a slaughter to come.Fallout 4 box bearThe best part about this guy was I turned that crate over to find him sitting upright in it. This means he lived upside-down, head-on-the-ground until I saved him.Even in the nuclear post-apocalypse, this bear still relishes his privacy. Fallout 4 releases to the masses at midnight tonight, and we lucky few with little pieces of paper in our fedoras that read “press” have had it for a while now. As of writing, I’ve sunk about 25 hours into Bethesda’s new post-apocalyptic nuclear opus, and I can now provide you with the most comprehensive, extremely detailed, everything-you-need-to-know review of the game: It’s Fallout. After looting office building after office building, being ambushed by countless mutated mole rats, and learning that androids are just as susceptible to bullets as humans and mutants are, what I ended up doing most in Fallout 4 was creeping on the Commonwealth’s teddy bears.You probably remember from Fallout 3 that, every now and then, you’ll come across a teddy bear or two propped up in a variety of scenes — hilarious, sadistic, romantic, and everything in between. The teddy bears are back in Fallout 4, and after 25 hours, these are the best I’ve discovered. You can check them out in the gallery above, or scroll through them below.Even in the nuclear post-apocalypse, this bear still relishes his privacy. These corpses were there before I arrived. This bear either presided over the slaughter, or is a dark omen of a slaughter to come. This little bear just wants his mommy. The best part about this guy was I turned that crate over to find him sitting upright in it. This means he lived upside-down, head-on-the-ground until I saved him. Look at his eyes — he’s very aware that he’s leaning against a box of live explosives.last_img read more