@corvus_dove: That's what I'm thinking--the protagonist is an android, which explains why he's still around after 200 years in a Vault. Goes to sleep as a man, wakes up as an android, and doesn't realize it.
Would be somewhat cliché.
How about you wake up a man, discover you're an android, but at the very end you find out that nope, you're a real man after all?
@Salt_AU: I wouldn't go that far. Whilst the average gamers PC may be slightly below a PS4/Xbox One, I don't believe the difference is that much. Mind you, if I remember right, the new consoles all share the same sort of architecture as PC these days, so optimizing a game for consoles doesn't have that much of an effect on things anyway.
@59Hertz: In general it isn't, but not everyone has a $2000 machine with dual Titans. Games are programmed to be played by the most people possible - After all, that means more sales., so it has to be backwards compatible hardware-wise.
I mean my computer has gone 7 years without any form of an upgrade and still runs modern games on medium/high settings. Whilst I'm grateful I don't need to buy a new machine, it just isn't right that I an get away with that.
<< LINK REMOVED >><< LINK REMOVED >> It's only a disaster if you want everything straight away, and force yourself to run the same instance 2,500 times. In which case you only have yourself to blame. Delta Rising is NOT the best expansion ever, but it could have been a lot worse.