You can do All Sorts of things with Liquorice/Licorice but if someone doesnt like the flavour theres nothing that will make it work. Except maybe if there are hints of it in a good strong PorterNot me. I think I posted a couple of months ago that I'm done with FC3, after playing a few more hours—uninstalled after being a constant on my PC for a decade. 4 and especially 5 are so much different and better in a lot of ways, so I'll leave 3 in its venerable historical shrine
Played FO3 on release, and liked it OK for the amount of time I played it even if I didnt come close to finishing it. seems about 40 hours of some things is about my limit for some reason. When Mass Effect released I didnt have money to buy a GPU with Pixel Shader 3.0, I remember that specifically because I had the same problem with Bioshock, except I had a PS3 to play that on instead. Disappointing I didnt play it closer to the time as I'd have probably got into it more.No heresy committed, just your opinion. I realize that not everyone likes the 1st person Fallout games, but those 3 games (FO3, FONV, & FO4) have given me thousands of hours of immersion and enjoyment without ever getting bored, but that's just from my perspective. They each have their own individual strengths & weaknesses, and while the game mechanics, animations and visual detail are less than what we'd see in current games, I still find them preferable to newer titles.
I have the same opinion about Mass Effect Legendary (which I'm currently playing). They're still basically the same 3 ME games released years ago with updated graphics. I've been playing the originals for years now and never get tired or bored with them. The arching storyline through 3 games of Shepard, the unique character personalities & interactions (with excellent voice acting) is something I've rarely found in today's games. Again, just my personal opinion.