On the Shadowrun front, Dragonfall has been a far, far better game. Deffo worth picking up imo, captures the feel exceptionally well and is basically way, way more polished and actually has characters with depth!
As for this biscuit guy, I'm likely to pass, again it's not a slight against the guy. I just don't really get anything out of that sort of format of programming/vlog/whatever it's called these days. I watch a few channels for movie reviews on occasion (Red Letter Media probably quite unsurprisingly) but that's mostly because they talk about technical aspects and well they have the in depth discussion about films that I wish I could have with my friends, but none of them are that into it all.
For video games it's different, I've been around the block enough times to know how to look out for dog eggs really. Not to mention there hasn't really been anything that taken my breath away/fully immersed me in the game world for a long time. Basically imo the last great thrust of gaming was Stalker, no other game has had such a complete and distinct atmosphere to it, not to mention the mods... Jesus wept they can be amazing (on that front keep an eye on OGSE, I would really recommend giving it a go). I am really enjoying SR:Dragonfall right now, everything feels right. It's got the right about of slick, the right about of grime, the right about of abject horror that the world isn't too far off the fantasy being depicted here (asides from the fantasy and the more extreme cyberpunk elements ofc). There's not been a lot to come out in recent years that's I'd happily suggest people play, that is outside of specialist games like X3 (with XRM mate), but it's managed to pull me into it's world quite nicely. Now I am a bit of a cyberpunk/Phillip K Dickian fan (mostly because out of all the types of sci fi, cyberpunk is the one that came true, and don't kid yourself that it's not) but I think the game stands on it's own merits, hell I got it for £3 when it was on sale and I'd say it's worth it's standard retail price.
As for Fallout 1/2, they and a few other classic RPGs are the swansong of an era of greatness that we are unlikely to see again for some time. Not when games are crafted for market demographics rather than the passion of telling a story or creating a vision of a world with brilliant clarity. I love those games for a number of reasons, but mostly because they treated my as an adult without thinking that meant swearing and violence. Sure it had plenty of both, but it wasn't the focus of them. They held up a mirror to us all and said "yes humanity are awful petulant cunts, but their is also great compassion and reasoning to be had if you sift through the shit". Forgive me my poetic license there, but they did the morality play better than it has been done for a long time; there was black and white, but you had to wade through a awful lot of grey to get there.
Anyway, I'll stop lamenting a bygone age. With any luck we'll all be proven wrong, but I highly doubt it.