I don't see the problem. Talking about the DLCs is a big part of Fallout 4, but doesn't represent the base game itself. So, you can have two different conversations. @Dreceratops
As for my thoughts on Fallout 4, I'll say this. I personally think it's a great game! I love exploring the map, encountering the various enemies, and all the weapons you can get. With that said...it was a bit of a disappointment as a Fallout game. DLCs and all. I felt Far Harbor added alot, and Automatron and Nuka World were good and defiantly had their high points. However they had their downsides.
Here are the things I liked. I liked the new workbench system, I really like the new legendary enemies and items(I hope Bethesda keeps that concept for future games.), I liked the Commonwealth as a whole and even months later are finding new locations, and I liked all the various factions.
What I didn't like. The speech systems was ruined, the lack of interesting clothing and armor to wear, the story seemed a bit linear and full of plot holes, the endings for each faction almost basically being the same, and the radio host got on my nerves.
As for the voice protagonist, I liked the idea and really the actors they got aren't bad. However I do want to point out that the male voice(Nate) can really ham it up sometime. I feel like sometimes he is either trying too hard or not taking it seriously. The woman voice(Nora) on the other hand does a fantastic job and knows when to be subtle and when to be over the top.
All in all, Fallout 4 in my opinion is not a perfect game. However it is a great game and I'm sure I'll be playing it alot from here on out. I know I didn't speak about the DLCs much, but really there's not much to say. I loved Far Harbor, thought Automatron was just okay, and Nuka World was decent. Vault Tech's DLC was boring and I'm not sure contraptions were necessary. But, that's just my opinion.
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