I honestly think the BGS could have done better with Boston than they did, as well as the Commonwealth, in general. However, I can say that at a good height they did an amazing job at the landscape. I need to check the night sky, but I do think that FNV does have an amazing night sky. I do like a number of games. One amazing game, believe it or not, and one I think is a bit better than the Fallout series at landscapes is actually Assassin's Creed games. Assassin's Creed 3, I believe, did an awesome job between changing seasons, and hampering, a little, the PC as you go about the heavy snow. I believe where BGS dropped the ball with Fallout 4 was in the actual writing of the story, and even some of the factions, and other things. Aside from the whole mess with the main story line, which is a mess of epic proportions, I feel that they just threw about half the stuff they had made canon through Fallout New Vegas, and created mew stuff for Fallout 4. The first big change was power armor. Changing if from a mechanized suit you can put on to one where you have to put in a fusion core, and get into it, that is one huge step. The other problem I have is the whole dialogue system. (I have said that a lot, and I apologize, but it does severely irk me to no end.) There are other things, but I will agree that the Fallout series, since 3, has had great landscapes. And even sky scapes.