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Starfield: 7  Best Things That We Love

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The best thing about Starfield is that it often does a great job of diverting our attention from the title’s couple of glaring letdowns. Here’s what we really love about Bethesda’s long-awaited RPG epic.

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The faction quests might be Starfield’s strongest suits. Bethesda’s latest RPG depicts a far future filled with all kinds of factions. From interstellar vigilantes to religious sects, the game’s world is a bustling hive of intriguing groups.

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STARFIELD’S FACTION QUESTS ARE SIMPLY AMAZING.

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Earlier studio titles leave you all alone in massive worlds in which the player shapes their characters through quests, interaction, and exploration. Both Fallout and The Elder Scrolls series combined the sense of exploration with solid roleplaying elements on wonderfully crafted sandboxes.

IT OFFERS THE ULTIMATE FORM OF BETHESDA’S RPG FORMULA.

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Bethesda’s last single-player title, Fallout 4, was met with negative backlash due to its voiced protagonist. For many, a voiced protagonist prevented players from connecting with the idea of Lone Survivor, usually the main character of Fallout games.

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STARFIELD ALSO BRINGS BACK THE SILENT PROTAGONIST.

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Starfield offers a refreshing depiction of the future, unlike most other sci-fi games. It has one of the most optimistic concepts of humanity’s future in space.

IT OFFERS AN ADVENTURE INTO A REFRESHING, NASA-INSPIRED FUTURE.

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The progression system of Starfield, along with its predecessors, is worthy of praise due to its flexible and immersive nature. Unlike many other RPG games, no game in the studio’s other franchises forces you to progress your character in a predefined class.

STARFIELD’S PROGRESSION SYSTEM OFFERS TOTAL FREEDOM.

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Starfield might not be the immersive space simulator and RPG you expect. The fact that there is no actual space travel is one of the most prominent complaints about the game.

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STARFIELD IS FILLED WITH MOMENTS OF BRILLIANCE.

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Starfield lacks the celebrated VATS system of Bethesda’s previous single-player RPG, Fallout 4. The VATS stands for Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System and has been a core element of the Fallout franchise’s gameplay, allowing players to shoot at the enemy’s specific body parts to deal more damage.

STARFIELD’S COMBAT MECHANICS ARE BETTER THAN THE ONES IN PREVIOUS GAMES.

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