15 Amazing Secrets And Quests That You Need To See In Fallout 4

Here are 15 of the most memorable quests and secrets in Fallout 4 so far.

Posted By | On 23rd, Nov. 2015 Under Feature, Slider | Follow This Author @supergurst

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We’ve put in more than a couple of hours in Fallout 4 and love what we see. Like any Bethesda game, Fallout 4 isn’t about the story, but rather about the interactions and moments you experience in the world. Here are 15 amazing quests and secrets that you need to see in Fallout 4.

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Holotape Games

Fallout is a massive game, sometimes overwhelming so. Thankfully in Fallout 4 you can pop a holotape into your Pip-boy and enjoy a variety of retro, fallout inspired games. They aren’t very deep but they act as a good distraction if you are lucky enough to stumble upon them.

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  • DarthDiggler

    Save yourself some time with the page clicks.


    The Red Menace is a blatant take on Super Mario

    It’s Donkey Kong not Super Mario.

  • Sea Bear

    The water didn’t dry up. I’ve been swimming through it for weeks. The constitution flies and it’s stuck on top of a building. Play the game before reviewing it.

  • Dan Smith

    Yeah I’m not clicking 15 times to find out something when there’ll be at least one other site out there that knows about scrolling.

    • Frenden

      this. i basically have to go to reddit just to find info now

  • UrAnIdiot24

    On the order up mission, you have it backwards. Wolfgang got Trudy’s son addicted to jet, not the other way around….

  • ItalianMom

    How would anyone attribute that to Super Mario? Has the writer never played Donkey Kong? He would stand at the top throwing barrels as you tried making your way to the top of the screen. DarthDiggler knows, and I’m surprised the writer did not update his list.

  • Fannar Þór Bergsson

    The toy monkey is originally from the movie Rebel Without a Cause with James Dean. Here is the wiki about the monkey toy appearances in movies: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cymbal-banging_monkey_toy
    Also see Monkey Shines for a good horror refference to the creepy toy. 🙂

  • Niall Bahnmaier

    Yeah some secrets. So done with half assed lames af articles. Do people really get paid to make this garbage?


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