"Fallout 4," which came out in November, is more of the same, though artfully refined. Set in Boston, the game tasks you with aligning with local factions and clearing out raiders, ghouls, and mutants from ruined breweries (think Sam Adams) and the Boston Harbor (think wicked gross). Early stages have you crawling around Cambridge and a radiated settlement in Concord. I laughed out loud and became oddly sentimental when I walked by an Irish pub sign knowing the interior of the building was decimated. I'm praying I'll stumble into a crumbling Gillette Stadium, infested with half-melted quarterbacks. With Bethesda's ambitions, it's not unlikely.