Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop Reviews
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Xbox OneTrueAchievements (Apr 28, 2016)
Staging fights and being able to spruce up your settlement more is always appreciated, but even for a small DLC, there's even less than you might be expecting here and it does lose its charm fairly quickly. Once all of the cages are built and you've used up more components than you would have liked, the chances are that you'll be fed up of the sight of them. That's not to say that there isn't fun to be had here, though, and seeing Dogmeat come face to face with a giant Deathclaw will bring a tear to your eye. If you need to level up for perks or scout for items, then you might be able to spend more time than most with this content, However, for most this DLC will feel like filler to tide us over until the next larger expansion is due out.
WindowsXGN (Apr 13, 2016)
In arena's de mutanten uit de Commonwealth tegen elkaar laten vechten, is een droom die uitkomt. Helaas werkt de AI nogal wat tegen en is er geen kunst aan om de beesten te temmen. Wasteland Workshop is eigenlijk niet veel meer dan een magere uitbreiding van een post-nucleaire bouwsimulator.
WindowsIGN (Apr 15, 2016)
Wasteland Workshop adds some neat new cosmetic window dressing to Fallout’s settlement-building systems, but the piecemeal additions didn't include enough new gameplay applications to hold my interest. The traps and creature-capture mechanics are briefly enjoyable but not fully fleshed out, which quickly makes them deteriorate into disappointments.
WindowsTrusted Reviews (Apr 14, 2016)
Although entertaining at times, Wasteland Workshop is a bit of a mess. It feels like something that perhaps could have been offered as a free update – particularly since there are plenty of free mods out there that add tons of settlement building options already. This DLC is only for those consumed by Fallout 4’s construction; otherwise, it feels like a needless addition.
WindowsRPG Site (Apr 26, 2016)
The new items are very welcome if you enjoyed the settlement building, but much like Automatron, this is a DLC that's difficult to recommend unless you already have a Fallout 4 game in progress. If you do, it'll enhance that game for a reasonable price so long as you're into settlement building - but alone, this add-on is vastly underwhelming. In terms of Fallout 4 DLC, we're still in search of a killer app that'll actually drag you back to the Wasteland.
WindowsEveryeye.it (Apr 30, 2016)
Non c'è nessun problema nello sviluppare un DLC come Wasteland Workshop, ovvero dedicato solo a chi ama passare il tempo costruendo avamposti in Fallout4, il problema è che l'offerta rimane comunque insufficiente. Vada per le luci e le strutture di cemento, ma allora perché non metterci dentro anche una pugno di mobili in più? No, Bethesda ha preferito ancora una volta pensare in grande e sviluppare in piccolo, perdendo tempo con delle trappole che il “sistema gioco” di Fallout4, così come era stato originariamente concepito, semplicemente non riesce a gestire. E per questo ha pure alzato il prezzo del season pass...
WindowsGame Debate (May 02, 2016)
Hopefully the weakest link in Fallout 4’s season pass, Wasteland Workshop is textbook filler. Wasteland Workshop is a kind of greatest hits packaged of what I don't want from DLC. Taking into account how great the main game was, this can't be considered anything but a disappointment. If you’ve paid for the pass then you might as well give it a shot I guess, but in all likelihood there isn’t much here that many people will find fun, aside from those obsessed with base customisation. It’s a slight extra and nothing more, and certainly not worth picking up on its own. All eyes now turn to the far more promising Far Harbor...