Fallout 4: Far Harbor is an expansion pack for the 2015 video game
Fallout 4, developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda
Softworks. It was released in May 2016 for Microsoft Windows,
PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In the aftermath of a cataclysmic nuclear
war, the player character is recruited by a detective agency to
investigate the disappearance of a young girl. The game's quests and
puzzles can be played in first-person or third-person perspective. The
puzzles feature a variety of game mechanics, including lasers and
building blocks. The expansion was influenced by player feedback, which
faulted the base game's dialogue system and showed interest in
additional explorable territory. Reviews from critics were generally
favorable; the addition of new quests was praised, but there were mixed
opinions on the game's atmosphere and its use of fog. The main
criticisms were directed at the puzzles, which reviewers thought were a
waste of time, unnecessary, or overly frustrating.
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and the UK cause to join the war.
The first international football match took place at Hamilton
Crescent, Glasgow, between Scotland and England.
World War II: Imperial Japanese Navy warships defeated United
States Navy forces during a nighttime naval battle near the Tassafaronga
area on Guadalcanal.
Protests by anti-globalization activists against the World
Trade Organization Ministerial Conference in Seattle, Washington, U.S.,
forced the cancellation of its opening ceremonies.
Swami Rambhadracharya, a Hindu religious leader, released the
first Braille version of the Bhagavad Gita scripture.
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Vision is the art of seeing things invisible.
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