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--> @bmdrocks21
If you want a great story-driven game, try Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas. Don't be alarmed that Bethesda made it, this was back in their golden age. Obsidian made New Vegas. Probably both top 5 games I ever played.
New Vegas is better than 3 and I might go as far as just play New Vegas because how much better it is. Variety of factions, better DLC, better characters and a better storyline.

--> @drafterman @irontoaster
Don't know why people like Zelda apart from nostalgia. Bought Majora's Mask a while back and thought it would be enough of a departure for me to like it but it wasn't. You start off talking to people, getting introduced to how the game works with dungeons then you talk to some more people and then more dungeons. The main story was barely addressed since you are too busy finding masks on right times. The side-quests I found to be engaging somewhat but due to my dislike of the time system and how little there is I can't exactly appreciate it even though I did like it.

I used notsalgia as a reason mainly because I played Ocarina of Time and remembered enjoying it. Basically ran around had fun then literally was lost. I think it was before entering Lord Jabu Jabu's Belly when I couldn't find what to do. Later on I found out you needed to place a fish in order to continue on but I didn't find any clues to point me to that direction. I think that is the main problem for me if I don't understand what to do then I can't progress. Even when I played it later on I got stuck in the forest temple not realizing where to go. After this I had to deal with the annoying water temple. It literally requires a thing which I dislike which is literally interact with everything after an event occurs. I dislike this if there isn't any fun barrier between this like interesting characters. The water temple is one such place where you have to raise or lower the water level. I didn't realize I had to go to x room at x water level which meant I was completely confused on what silver keys I missed and literally quit given it wouldn't be fun literally repeating the entire water temple in the hopes of finding that one silver key that I missed.

TL;DR
Basically Zelda games go through the typical talk and dungeons and I find that to be boring given the lack of depth in characters due to the lack of resources on the console plus later releases didn't actually add lot more. This is rambly and because I am going off memory. I think I have a negative slant to the Zelda series but still found it enjoyable like when I woke up Talon with a chicken.


--> @TheRealNihilist
I am biased because I played Fallout 3 first as a kid, and had an amazing time. I also really liked the Enclave as the main villain. Liam Neeson is your father! Finding him was a better story than being some random courier. Had Liberty Prime in Fallout 3.

That being said, the combat in New Vegas was better, and I liked the fact that you could choose factions. Better dialogue options, which is to be expected from Obsidian. Old World Blues was best DLC.

--> @bmdrocks21
Liam Neeson is your father! Finding him was a better story than being some random courier.
A courier can do what he likes. You have a set path yet people still rarely stay on track about the main quest instead do side quest. It is the same problem with Fallout 4. Why are you helping settlements/ people in Megaton when you should be looking for your father? 

Sure a courier could find the man that shot him but do they really want to? There isn't really a choice for the Fallout 3 character since the only real hurdles to progression of finding your father is of course main quests but not side quests. Players chose to do the side quests instead of focusing on finding their father.
Had Liberty Prime in Fallout 3.
Literally only a big robot. All you did was escort it.
Old World Blues was best DLC.
Old World Blues for the all round content.
Dead Money for something new and I liked the Begin Again song. 
Honest Hearts for Joshua Graham and the two guns. Everything else was meh.
Lonesome Road for the finale as if I even cared about this barely mentioned story in the first place and I was for sure bored out of my mind listening to Ulysses.




--> @TheRealNihilist
Literally only a big robot. All you did was escort it.


He has hilarious. Super anti-communist robot that hurled nukes. It was a very epic battle for the purifier.

A courier can do what he likes. You have a set path yet people still rarely stay on track about the main quest instead do side quest. It is the same problem with Fallout 4. Why are you helping settlements/ people in Megaton when you should be looking for your father? 

Sure a courier could find the man that shot him but do they really want to? There isn't really a choice for the Fallout 3 character since the only real hurdles to progression of finding your father is of course main quests but not side quests. Players chose to do the side quests instead of focusing on finding their father.
Personally disappointed with Fallout 4, but for other reasons. They made the faction choices very diverse, but it was so short that you really couldn't get immersed. It had next to no interesting side quests like Fallout 3 and NV did.

They focused on side quests because the game ended soon after you found your father and the side quests were really good.

Old World Blues for the all round content.
Dead Money for something new and I liked the Begin Again song. 
Honest Hearts for Joshua Graham and the two guns. Everything else was meh.
Lonesome Road for the finale as if I even cared about this barely mentioned story in the first place and I was for sure bored out of my mind listening to Ulysses
Old World Blues was also hilarious.
Dead Money was super different from the base game. The holograms were a bit stressful which is okay, but navigating the city got a bit annoying. Fog made it hard to find your way around and the frequencies at times were infuriating. 
Honest Hearts was pretty meh overall. Not much content, and it was a generic story that seemed taken out of the Bible. Wasn't bad, though.
Lonesome Road had really good lore/story purposes. Gameplay value was decent.
--> @bmdrocks21
He has hilarious. Super anti-communist robot that hurled nukes. It was a very epic battle for the purifier.
Nukes in an already nuked America, okay?

The battle was literally an escort mission. It was barely a challenge since at that point you should have enough gear to kill people easily not to mention having VATS.
Fog made it hard to find your way around and the frequencies at times were infuriating. 
Liked it because it was a challenge that I didn't find it in the Mojave Wasteland. Radios to kill you if you stay near it too close. Fog to stop act as a risk and reward mechanism. If you go through it you will take damage but if you make it out alive you will either find loot or a shortcut.
Lonesome Road had really good lore/story purposes. Gameplay value was decent.
Ulysses was so boring to listen to and the lore only expanded from the one brief encounter you have with the courier manager or whatever he was back in Primm. His name was Johnson Nash.
The weapons were underwhelming because of Old World Blues weapons and how little it compared to the Lonesome Road DLC. It literally had a red glare gun which does so little damage compared to the missile launcher. Literally a 100 damage difference. Red Glare, Missile Launcher.