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 Post subject: Re: Fallout: New Vegas
PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 7:06 am 
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My PC died on me last week. I just build what would have been am awesome gaming rig in 2010, but is very reasonably priced in 2013.
FONV with all settings on max: Holy shit. :shock: The graphics are a lot better than I thought.

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 Post subject: Re: Fallout: New Vegas
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Oh yeah, When I saw doc mitchell for the first time I was very impressed with the graphics for the time.

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 Post subject: Re: Fallout: New Vegas
PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 7:01 pm 
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Anyone try the hi res mod?

kotaku.com/5932800/fallout-3-is-suddenly-the-best+looking-game-on-earth

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Nutpantz wrote:
Anyone try the hi res mod?

kotaku.com/5932800/fallout-3-is-suddenly-the-best+looking-game-on-earth

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No but if that ever came out as a mod pack I would literally rebuy FO3 off steam to use it.

Still wouldn't get rid of the horrible gameplay though :?

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http://www.geekscape.net/a-fallout-television-series-may-be-in-the-works

Fallout Television series may be in the works. Read above.

All I have to say is... Woot.

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Listening to Johnny Cash and I really wish I could mod the game. Some of his songs would fit seamlessly on the radio. Give My Love to Rose is what made me think of it.

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Fallout 4 thread starting....... viewtopic.php?f=35&t=106279

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 Post subject: Re: Fallout: New Vegas
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Teaser trailer for another Fallout based fan film I came across.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRZfR1Wz4kg

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I still have not beat this game. Guess I need to before I buy an xbox one just to play 4 when it comes out...

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Finally beat. It sucks you can't play once you beat it. I understand they'd have to program a ton of possible ending environments, but shit, why bother giving so many options if the only consequence is an alternative narration at the end?

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On the bright side, you took so bloody long you only have a few months to wait for Fallout 4.

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Confession time: I've played every Fallout Game other than Shelter (Android) and The Console Game That Shall Not Be Named. It's my favorite series.

I'm certain I'm averaging well over a hundred hours per game. Probably quite a bit more. I've played multiple characters on each. Between the five games that's a minimum of 500 hours, and I wouldn't be surprised if it turned out to be over 750 hours total.

I have never beaten a Fallout game.


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I never played tactics. It's not canon, so that doesn't really bother me. 4 looks like it's gonna be so good, November can't come fast enough.

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If I could enter a medically induced coma and reliably be awakened in November I would seriously consider it. Screw muscle atrophy, I want me some Fallout 4!


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I haven't finished a Fallout main quest since the first one.

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There are so many side quests and random encounters that the main story isn't even really necessary.

I did like how the New Vegas main story had a pause built in at a certain point. I always felt a little guilty for fucking around when I was supposed to be finding the water chip/the G.E.C.K./Dad or whatever.

With the whole settlement building thing in Fallout 4 I expect I'll ignore the main story line even more than in the previous games.

(I actually completed nearly the entire main story in the first Fallout, but I couldn't figure out what I was supposed to do at the military base after killing the big bad supermutant guy, so I got mad and killed just about every NPC in the game.)


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