You know, I wonder why I didn’t choose a lady from Fallout: New Vegas. Not that I regret focusing on Piper. Anyway, in this newest edition of Stuttering and Stammering I’m talking about the only good companion in all of Fallout 4, and what made me make the track I recorded sound the way it did.
Listen to WAIFU at: Soundcloud, and Bandcamp.
RADUTRON ANNOUNCES “WAIFU”
“Waifu” (‘wife’ in Japanese) is a term associating with fictional characters in video games that players have a crush on. Musician and gamer, George V. Radutu decided to glimpse into the memory of his beloved female characters of games past and present. Fall/winter will see 5 songs that celebrate the admiration and character of each woman.
- Jack Naught
- Lara Croft
- Piper Wright
- Angela Ziegler
Some highlights of my first play-through of Fallout 4. The inclusion of your companion’s input, and the drama of the main story was nothing short of spectacular. V.A.T.S. is always fun too.
Here’s the last of my screenshots of my first play-through of Fallout 4. I’m still playing this game. Love it…
I always felt like I was on another planet (ala Mass Effect), while in The Glowing Sea.
This Mirelurk Queen never saw it coming.
Piper just had to pose for this one.
A nice close-up of White, in conversation.
We swam to the eastern most area of the water to have a chat.
Piper decided she’d take up smoking.
A nice contemplation after killing a mirelurk.
This is was happenstance, as I hopped onto the pipe and looked up.
There’s been more than a few instances where I walk into a place and instant symmetry on screen catches my attention.
Piper I’m just in love with.
I’ve wrapped up the main story in Fallout 4 for the first time, so here are some of my favourite shots along my journey. Please excuse the HUD display. No spoilers.
Eerie. Gloomy. Who’s that at the end of the tracks?
“No…no…It’s not fair…There was time….”
Diamond City, made inside Boston’s famous baseball diamond.
Watching this fly over was something spectacular under the morning sky.
My collection of Power Armour.
Found this at the Atomic Cat’s Garage. One of my favourites.
A perfectly composed scene with Nick Valentine asking my character about Shaun.
A very artistic scene here. I tip my hat to the programmer who placed these here.
A gorgeous retro-futuristic poster. Nearly preserved in the Commonwealth.
I just love The Minutemen symbol.
I think I found this in an office somewhere.
This kitty lived in Covenant. The only thing not keeping a secret.
Piper wondering why this place stinks so much, and wondering when we’re gonna leave.
This Mirelurk looks like he’s doing “Buddy Christ”.