How Fallout Shelter fails as a Videogame

Fallout Shelter has been recently released for Android, a freemium mobile that picked up $5.1 million on the first two week as an IOS app. It’s purpose is to be a cute marketing tool for Bethesda’s upcoming Fallout 4 (So excited :D), play a couple hours for its novelty but don’t get hooked onto it. As smarter people have pointed out, it’s a shallow game experience that will take time (and even money) and leave you nothing but a somewhat empty feeling. It didn’t have to be. It’s set in one of the most creative post-apocalyptic universes in video game history and could have been so much more. Here’s how.
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