Game: Fallout Shelter,
Release Date: February 7, 2017
Platform: Xbox One, Windows 10
Fallout Shelter by Bethesda Softworks is a free game for Xbox One and Windows 10. There are micro-transactions to boost in-game productivity, but they are optional.
Fallout Shelter starts with your creating a new “Vault”. A random number is selected, but you may choose your own. I quite liked the number selected for me. So off I went to create “Vault 306”.
I try not to have too many “rant” style posts. I’m not into creating controversy to garner views. Occasionally I will call out a company for missing the mark so widely that I am amazed at how bad their product is. But, in general, I like to stay upbeat. Hidden Valley, however, is making it hard to stay upbeat about their ranch dressing.
As an aficionado of video games, I enjoy displaying my hobby to others in the form of clothing. I particularly like t-shirts that have gaming-related characters or logos. And while I’m not bashful (I will rock a “Super Meat Boy”-face t-shirt loud and proud), I generally prefer shirts that are stylish and unobtrusive.
Many families have traditions of friendly mythical beings that visit the house on special occasions to impart treats to children. Common folklore includes Santa Claus, The Easter Bunny, and The Tooth Fairy.
Parents pretend that these ‘people’ exist for a variety of reasons. Many parents like to “keep the magic” of the tradition alive because their parents did them and they remember them as fun. Personally, I’m a bit of a buzzkill when it comes to these traditions. But there is one tradition I kept for both of my children, The Tooth Monster.
What’s in the Box?
Inside the well-designed package (I love the packaging on high-end tech devices) is:
- The Razer Atrox controller
- A joystick ball top
- A joystick bat top
- A 4 m/ 13 ft. braided USB cable
- 2 Razer logo stickers
- The manual, a welcome card, who cares let’s hook this thing up!