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old fallout thread; please disregard and post in the new one

freakish lightfreakish light Registered User regular
edited January 2009 in Games and Technology
disclaimer: I don't know if said mod actually exists. However, if someone finds it, I will link it.

In the meantime, you can gratify yourself to Tulip.
what the hell just happened.

nsfw. or maybe nsf-mind.
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Buttcleft wrote: »
Yo, freakish light! It's Tulip! Not Moira!

I know. I saw it.

I prefer to think of Moira though.

You're not the only one.

What?
Nerdgasmic wrote: »
Freakish Light, are you still adding silly bits of fanfiction to the OP?

Tee-hee.
Field report 6:After investigating loud screaming coming from paradise falls,we discovered that they were in the middle of being attacked by cerverus and his army of feral ghouls,however before we could go further,a large bit of debris cut us off from the battle,so we had to improvise by climbing up the slave pens,after reaching the slave pens and finding a good position to clib,we were too late,all we found were corpses and some normal feral ghouls,as well as a "leader" ghoul screaming something,after sneaking up to the guard post,we killed the leader ghoul and most of the ferals,however two of them infected a corpse and suprisingly infecte dit and made it a feral ghoul,my squad quickly took them down,we also caught a glimpse of a wounded eulogy jones escaping during our takedown of the ferals. -protector shaun nickleson
Buttcleft wrote: »
Fuck Roy

You first. Perv.
I fucked him already.

Shoved my Fatman right up his cornhole.

You shoved your fat man deep into his quivering nether regions.. :winky:
Buttcleft wrote: »
Nuzak wrote: »
ok guys seriously this is on the road to fallout fanporn STOP STOP STOP

And as Moira handled the vault dwellers searing hot potato, its burgundy glow signaling its emanate eruption, She could only smile..Knowing soon the experiment would come to fruition.

Buttcleft wrote: »
I hate you, Buttcleft.

And Moira stood, amazed, as the vault dweller whom was stationed before her, began to unfasten his jump suit. Slowly that zipper clicked as it made its way down over the curves of his abdomen, until it was revealed. That large, magnificent mass of flesh which set Moira's doe eyed gaze aglow. She clasped those calloused hands together in amazement as she let out a giggle of delight, before tentatively reaching forward to prod that standing, fleshy protrusion with single outstretched finger. It was only then when flesh met flesh that Moira knew, the radiological experiment was a superb success.
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Here's a set of tutorials: http://www.youtube.com/user/BethesdaGameStudios

So Fallout 3 is out now. People have a lot of questions about it. In fact, people keep asking the same questions over and over again. I figure I might as well answer them here, and direct people to this post.

But this thread isn't just about Fallout 3, even though it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. We also cater to the retro crowd of Fallout and Fallout 2. I'll split this into two parts, then.

Fallout Classic!
Spoiler:

Fallout 3: The New Fallout. Same great Fallout taste, brand new formula!

So, wait, what is Fallout 3?
Okay, you've obviously been living under a rock for the past couple of years.

Fallout 3 is a post-apocalyptic hybrid of a turn-based RPG and an FPS. Your character grows up in one of the last unopened Vaults - which are basically big underground self-sustaining fallout shelters - living peacefully with your father. One day, he up and leaves the Vault (which is unheard-of, as nobody leaves the Vault, ever, period). Forced out by the maniacal Overseer, who is convinced that both you and your father want to destroy the Vault's stability, you get thrust into the harsh, unforgiving reality of the Capital Wasteland. This is basically the area in and around Washington, D.C. (which is not the same place as Washington state, the latter being on the west coast and the former being on the east coast, for you eurotrash out there reading this) and includes some real-life places such as Olney, Bethesda, Maryland, Fairfax, VA, Falls Church, etc, etc. Of course, the scale has been compressed and the landscape is unrecognizable, but it's still neat seeing all these places in-game that you can also see on a map.


Hacking!
When you enter the Hacking minigame, you'll get a screen filled with words and random characters. The goal is to guess the correct word, and it plays out like a game of Mastermind. Pick a word, and the system will tell you how many letters in that word are in the same place as the target word. For instance, if you pick "Meaning" and the word is "Fucking" (for example), you would get 3/7 correct for the "ing" part. There are hidden character sets, delinated by {} <> () on a single line in that order, but there may be characters in between them like {$#$#&%}. Click on one of these when the whole sequence is highlighted and you'll get more password guesses or a dud will be removed from the screen. If you get down to one attempt left and there are no hidden character sequences, and you're not sure you can guess correctly, just cancel out with B and try again. You get a fresh puzzle, but you also get all your guesses back.

Hey, where's the instruction book?
If you're borrowing the game or it's a rental, you might not have the manual for this game. Fear not, Steam will provide!
http://store.steampowered.com/manual/22300/

Holstering and the Pip-Boy Light!
To holster your weapon, hold down reload (X on 360, R on PC, [] on PS3). To turn on the light on your Pip-Boy 3000, hold down the Pip-Boy button (B on 360, Tab on PC, probably O on PS3).

Repairing Items
In order to repair an item and improve its CND, you need two things: a high enough repair skill to repair an item past its current CND, and another item to scavenge for parts. Say you have two 10mm pistols at 25%. Select one, hit Y (or Triangle for PS3, I guess. I don't know the PC button, it's probably in the manual). Then select the one you want to scavenge for parts, they'll get combined together and the CND will go up, more damage, etc.

Note that you don't need an exact item to use for parts. The unique versions of weapons can be upgraded with the regular version - the Lincoln's Repeater can be repaired with the Hunting Rifle, the A3-21 Plasma Rifle can be repaired with the regular plasma rifle, etc. If you have one of those special weapons, try repairing it and you might have the right piece to use for parts. There's always a cap to which you can repair something (determined by your repair skill), so if you have two 50% guns you might not be able to combine them together. The resulting CND would be higher than the CND you can repair to.

Hotkeys and You!
To set a hotkey for an item in your inventory, on PC press a number key and then click on the item. On console, hold down RB or R1 and hit a direction on your d-pad while the item is selected. Whoever told me you don't need to hold down RB, you're a dirty liar.

In-Game frequently asked questions

I want to explore the Wasteland, but I don't want to skip any of the story!
Spoiler:

Housing
Spoiler:
Where the Fuck is the Family?!
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Where's Dogmeat?
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How do I get into Rivet City? There's no bridge!

Okay, this isn't so frequently asked and it's not a spoiler, but I had trouble with it the first time I went. Climb up that building with the stairs on it that appear to lead nowhere, and at the top (next to the poor guy who needs water) there's an intercom. Click it, and Harkness will send the bridge over for you.

How do I get into the broken-off bow in Rivet City?
Spoiler:
List of Bobbleheads, via Vault wiki
Spoiler:

Unique Weapons
These are better versions of weapons you find in the Wasteland
Spoiler:

Huge gigantic awesome map with lots and lots of locations - if not all of them - filled in. Spoilers, obviously, for people who like to explore on their own.
http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/fallout/images//d/d6/Wastelandmap.png

Here's another map that's a little different, but probably just as good. Shows bobbleheads, too.

http://crasheras.awardspace.com/fo3m.swf

Complete list of schematic locations - it's a little messy, I might post it in here and clean it up a little later.
http://www.madnesswithoutmethod.com/2008/11/fallout-3-weapon-schematics-guide-info-locations-map/

A list of stuff you'll need throughout the course of the game - if you see any of these, pick them up and save them for later. If I missed anything, feel free to PM me.
Spoiler:

Zen recommends PC mods!
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I'll update this with other questions I see getting asked a whole lot, at least the ones I know the answers to. ;)

Hey, my game ended too soon!
So Fallout's got some DLC coming down the line. I'll let Eurogamer articulate.

(source: http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=319322)
Eurogamer wrote:
Bethesda has whipped the wrappers off three chunky downloadable additions to Fallout 3.

First to arrive, in January 2009, will be Operation: Anchorage. It's a military simulation that takes players back to the historical battle of Anchorage, where Chinese invaders threatened the future of Alaska.

The Pitt follows in February, and adds an industrial raider town in the remains of Pittsburgh, where players will face tricky allegiance decisions. (Jen or Ange?)

Finally, Broken Steel arrives in March. Here, players will be recruited into the Brotherhood of Steel, and be swept up in the furious termination of all Enclave supporters in the Capital Wasteland. Broken Steel takes Fallout 3 past the conclusion of the main quest.

There's no word on exact pricing, although Pete Hines has once again stressed (this time to MTV Multiplayer) that the DLC will be similar in many ways to Oblivion's add-on quest, Knights of The Nine.

This, remember, was open to both new and existing saved games from the main map, and was usually prompted by a letter in the inventory or by an NPC in one of the towns.

Knights of the Nine lasted a good few hours, too, and was released for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360 (GBP 6.80 / EUR 9.60 / USD 10). PC owners eventually got the same standalone content for the same price.

Still, PC owners needn't necessarily fork out any extra money, as Bethesda is releasing the G.E.C.K (Garden of Eden Creation Kit) toolset for free in December.

This lets the curious tinker with any bits of data from Fallout 3; landscapes, towns, locations, nuclear rats, dialogue, weapons, armour, creatures and so on.

A more in-depth look at Operation: Anchorage, kindly provided by Kotaku.:
(source: http://kotaku.com/5107085/fallout-3-dlc-lets-take-a-good-look-at-it?skyline=true&s=i)
Kotaku wrote:
We knew its name, but little else. Well, today, Bethesda have finally provided details on Fallout 3's first piece of DLC. For those short on time, for $10 you'll get 4-5 hours worth of gameplay out of it.

For those not short on time, pull up a seat!

Operation Anchorage - the first of three planned DLC packs for the game - is set in the game's "distant past", with players able to access a dusty old military simulator that "teleports" you into a battle against the Chinese army, in the days before the a-bombs started falling.

Being a battle, the focus here is on combat, players tasked with fighting (or sneaking) their way past a ton of Chinese troops. As a bonus, many of the weapons and technologies players encounter in Operation Anchorage will then be made available in the main game.

A new perk - called "Covert Ops" - will also be added to the pack.

Also discussed, albeit briefly, were the game's second and third pieces of DLC. The second, called The Pitt, takes players to Pittsburgh, a city that while still in a state of disrepair, never took a bomb or three like DC did.

The third, "Broken Steel", is mentioned only briefly, and will bring increases to level caps, new bad guys and new perks.

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  • Bionic MonkeyBionic Monkey Registered User, ClubPA
    edited December 2008
    I hate/love you Buttcleft.

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  • ButtcleftButtcleft Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Son of a bitch
    Spoiler:

    that's it, I'm shutting this entire forum down, everyone thank buttcleft
  • EliteLamerEliteLamer __BANNED USERS
    edited December 2008
    I just got this game to work on my computer and I don't know what to say.

    I know if I say I don't like it everyone will hate me but I hated oblivion more then anything and this game feels a lot like oblivion.

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  • ButtcleftButtcleft Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    EliteLamer wrote: »
    I just got this game to work on my computer and I don't know what to say.

    I know if I say I don't like it everyone will hate me but I hated oblivion more then anything and this game feels a lot like oblivion.

    Trust me, it will at first if you played oblivion.

    but also trust me when I say that, in no short amount of time, that feeling wont be a bad thing at all.

    that's it, I'm shutting this entire forum down, everyone thank buttcleft
  • MalakaiusMalakaius Grand Rapids, MIRegistered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Yeah, It does feel like oblivion at first, but this game makes oblivion feel Good, Just give it a chance.(and Mods if you have the PC version)

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  • ButtcleftButtcleft Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Malakaius wrote: »
    Yeah, It does feel like oblivion at first, but this game makes oblivion feel Good, Just give it a chance.(and Mods if you have the PC version)

    Its kinda like that weird aunt who bad touches you.

    At first its like " omg, no, stay away "

    Then its all like " Mm..Well...This is..Okay I guess.. "

    Then it ends up with you drooling in a stupor not realizing 18 hours have passed since the last time you got out of your chair.

    that's it, I'm shutting this entire forum down, everyone thank buttcleft
  • Drunk_caterpillarDrunk_caterpillar Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Buttcleft wrote: »
    Then it ends up with you drooling in a stupor not realizing 18 hours have passed since the last time you got out of your chair.

    Was this still part of the aunt analogy?

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  • ButtcleftButtcleft Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Buttcleft wrote: »
    Then it ends up with you drooling in a stupor not realizing 18 hours have passed since the last time you got out of your chair.

    Was this still part of the aunt analogy?

    No, its part of my Fallout 3/Oblivion analogy :winky:

    that's it, I'm shutting this entire forum down, everyone thank buttcleft
  • EliteLamerEliteLamer __BANNED USERS
    edited December 2008
    What do the mods for the PC version do?

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  • never dienever die Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Buttcleft wrote: »
    Malakaius wrote: »
    Yeah, It does feel like oblivion at first, but this game makes oblivion feel Good, Just give it a chance.(and Mods if you have the PC version)

    Its kinda like that weird aunt who bad touches you.

    At first its like " omg, no, stay away "

    Then its all like " Mm..Well...This is..Okay I guess.. "

    Then it ends up with you drooling in a stupor not realizing 18 hours have passed since the last time you got out of your chair.

    Thanks you for that awkward ending....

    Anyway, I had an amusing experience the other day. My friend was playing while my brother and I watched. He started walking into this small towm on the way to Oasis, when I realized he's at Old Oney. I warn him, as he had seen me in their earlier, and new the trouble I had. My brother hadn't. my friend doesn't heed my warning, and slowly creeps into the town, looking through the .308 scope. My brother, getting impatient, asks where the deathclaws are. About a second afterward, my friend dies and all we see that kills him is this giant claw swatting his head. It was such great timing, I couldn't stop laughing for a minute.

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  • MalakaiusMalakaius Grand Rapids, MIRegistered User regular
    edited December 2008
    EliteLamer wrote: »
    What do the mods for the PC version do?

    What Don't they do? Everything from reskinning your pistol to taking the ladies underwear off :winky: to replacing all the raiders with cliff racers...... ok, maybe that last one isn't such a good thing.

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  • DubhDubh Sailor V Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Cliffracer mod? I'm in. I've always wanted to sling nukes at cliff racers.

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  • MightyhogMightyhog Registered User
    edited December 2008
    Uhhh posted from page 100 of last thread

    I'm debating whether or not to end this first character of mine and just finish the main quest... I feel like there are things left for me to do, but basically my last quest is the Nuka-Cola Challenge...
    This was my good karma play-through, any specific things a good guy can do before the end of the game? I suppose I haven't explored Old Olney yet, but this late in the game I kind of wonder what the point is. It may be more "fun" running through that town as an evil, melee/unarmed character anyway- what I plan to make next.
    On that note, any advice how to make an effective melee/unarmed character? Perks to focus on? Skills I may not realize are vital?

  • Zen VulgarityZen Vulgarity Ask me about Super Propane and Super Propane accessoriesRegistered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Buttcleft wrote: »
    Malakaius wrote: »
    Yeah, It does feel like oblivion at first, but this game makes oblivion feel Good, Just give it a chance.(and Mods if you have the PC version)

    Its kinda like that weird aunt who bad touches you.

    At first its like " omg, no, stay away "

    Then its all like " Mm..Well...This is..Okay I guess.. "

    Then it ends up with you drooling in a stupor not realizing 18 hours have passed since the last time you got out of your chair.
    Sigh.

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  • DeathPrawnDeathPrawn Registered User
    edited December 2008
    never die wrote: »
    Buttcleft wrote: »
    Malakaius wrote: »
    Yeah, It does feel like oblivion at first, but this game makes oblivion feel Good, Just give it a chance.(and Mods if you have the PC version)

    Its kinda like that weird aunt who bad touches you.

    At first its like " omg, no, stay away "

    Then its all like " Mm..Well...This is..Okay I guess.. "

    Then it ends up with you drooling in a stupor not realizing 18 hours have passed since the last time you got out of your chair.

    Thanks you for that awkward ending....

    That's what he said to his weird aunt.

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  • SepahSepah Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    So... no Moira romance mod yet?

    We could get Ron Perlman to narrate it with Buttcleft's script.

    Minerva_SC wrote:
    I don't think I've ever raged as hard as I just did. The amount of stupidity was so intense I couldn't eben think of words venomous enough to insult my team mates. I was literally choking on my own rage. I can only hope they all live in the same city and die in a tragic bus accident today, or tommorow. I'll pray to whatever dark god I have to.

    ah yes another night of LoL.
  • DartboyDartboy Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Fanfiction never changes.

  • PonyPony Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    moira is the worst character

  • CarcharodontosaurusCarcharodontosaurus Registered User
    edited December 2008
    Pony wrote: »
    moira is the worst character

    Well it's a good thing you can kill her in any number of ways then!
    Spoiler:
    Spoiler:

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  • PonyPony Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    i crush moira's dreams every game

    even as a good character

  • NuzakNuzak Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    if only we could crush her vocal chords

  • PonyPony Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Whore. Whore never changes.

  • CarcharodontosaurusCarcharodontosaurus Registered User
    edited December 2008
    Nuzak wrote: »
    if only we could crush her vocal chords

    Oh, but you can! There's the direct although terminal method, and there's also massive cellular degradation if you want to be particularly cruel.

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  • Iron WeaselIron Weasel Dillon! You son of a bitch!Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Moira is great.

    Regarding a melee build: I would suggest that you put some points into Repair, so you can keep your armour shiny and so that you can build good-quality shishkebabs. You should try to acquire a fire sword as soon as possible (Vance has one, plus the plans to make more), and take the Pyromaniac perk at level 12 (or 14?) for truly unreasonable damage. This is important because powerful melee enemies, like mirelurks and deathclaws, will push your shit in up close. Seriously consider drug and alcohol abuse to boost your damage output (especially Jet and Psycho). Mitigate the inevitable withdrawal effects by investing in a My First Infirmary (it will pay for itself after just 8 de-toxes), as I guarantee that you’ll end up addicted all the time.

    I have found that explosives are a good complement to melee, since you can heave grenades at people or lead them over mines you’ve placed to soften them up and cripple limbs before moving in for the kill. This is useful for when you find yourself at one end of a corridor with gun-wielding super mutants at the other. To that end, I took the Little Leaguer Perk early on.

    Alternately, if you want to go with an Unarmed build, make sure you grab all three ranks of Iron Fist as early as you can, and consider boosting your Sneak so you can take Ninja at level 20. Get a deathclaw gauntlet as soon as you can.

    Also, I really like the Comprehension Perk. 2 points per skill book may not seem like a big deal, but when you consider that there are 25 books for each skill in the Wasteland, it’s a huge increase in “free” skill points. All the books plus the associated bobblehead is good for +60 points with this Perk.

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  • DubhDubh Sailor V Registered User regular
    edited December 2008

    Also, I really like the Comprehension Perk. 2 points per skill book may not seem like a big deal, but when you consider that there are 25 books for each skill in the Wasteland, it’s a huge increase in “free” skill points. All the books plus the associated bobblehead is good for +60 points with this Perk.

    What I love about this is that I can leave all my "alt" skills at around 40 points, knowing that eventually I'll find enough books + bobbleheads to max them out. And if you have any points to spare, you can just use them to advance as normal. Very little headache if you have 10 INT.

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  • PemulisPemulis Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    I think we should have a shop running/dating sim with Moira and Morlan ("Welcome to Morlan's famous shop") from Mass effect.

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  • X Pr3dat0R XX Pr3dat0R X Registered User
    edited December 2008
    Pemulis wrote: »
    I think we should have a shop running/dating sim with Moira and Morlan ("Welcome to Morlan's famous shop") from Mass effect.

    ...and when you complete the dating aspect they raise a child, Moirlan, who is the most famous shopkeeper in the entire galaxy and is writing a book on the matter.

    Paragon wrote: »
    In my dream world I am MacGuyver and I can erect threesomes from stationery supplies.
  • PemulisPemulis Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Are there actually time limits to some of the quests?

    Specifically: Riley's Rangers

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  • FoefallerFoefaller Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Pemulis wrote: »
    Are there actually time limits to some of the quests?

    Specifically: Riley's Rangers

    nope

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  • PeregrineFalconPeregrineFalcon Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Foefaller wrote: »
    Pemulis wrote: »
    Are there actually time limits to some of the quests?

    Specifically: Riley's Rangers

    nope

    Yes - Escort Cherry to Rivet City
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  • PemulisPemulis Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
  • LanrutconLanrutcon Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    So much Moira hate. Makes me sad.

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  • urahonkyurahonky Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Moira's a stupid [warning, foul language ahead]
    Spoiler:

    Also, this game is one of the best games. It does feel like Oblivion, but I played the SHIT out of this game, unlike Oblivion. I kinda miss being a porn star, but whatever.

    Oh and apparently my friend played through his first run in this game entirely in third person. What the FUCK? I told him he was a dirty liar because that view is impossible to do anything in, and it looks terrible. But he swears it's better than I think.

  • freakish lightfreakish light Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    urahonky wrote: »
    Moira's a stupid [warning, foul language ahead]
    Spoiler:

    Also, this game is one of the best games. It does feel like Oblivion, but I played the SHIT out of this game, unlike Oblivion. I kinda miss being a porn star, but whatever.

    Oh and apparently my friend played through his first run in this game entirely in third person. What the FUCK? I told him he was a dirty liar because that view is impossible to do anything in, and it looks terrible. But he swears it's better than I think.

    I'm sorry to tell you this - and you might have suspected yourself - your friend is an idiot.

  • StrikerkcStrikerkc Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    urahonky wrote: »
    Oh and apparently my friend played through his first run in this game entirely in third person. What the FUCK? I told him he was a dirty liar because that view is impossible to do anything in, and it looks terrible. But he swears it's better than I think.

    3rd person is much more enjoyable if you zoom in enough not see anything on your character below a little above the knees. Makes it a little more of an over the shoulder view. Still can't snipe from that view, and you'll miss shooting things like rad roaches at your feet becuase the bullet shoots left of the reticle within a few feet while in 3rd.

    And Moira rocks. She's like the main character's 'Q' from the James Bond movies. Cheery, easy to make go into some self righteous rant, all manner of goodies to buy and get fixed, and has a total disreguard for the character's safety and well being. It's awesome.

  • urahonkyurahonky Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    urahonky wrote: »
    Moira's a stupid [warning, foul language ahead]
    Spoiler:

    Also, this game is one of the best games. It does feel like Oblivion, but I played the SHIT out of this game, unlike Oblivion. I kinda miss being a porn star, but whatever.

    Oh and apparently my friend played through his first run in this game entirely in third person. What the FUCK? I told him he was a dirty liar because that view is impossible to do anything in, and it looks terrible. But he swears it's better than I think.

    I'm sorry to tell you this - and you might have suspected yourself - your friend is an idiot.

    Haha it's dark_vejito. I do believe he's lying to me, but I can see him going in 3rd person.

    Strafing in 3rd person makes me want to put my testicles in a vice.

  • HypertimeHypertime Arlington, VARegistered User regular
    edited December 2008
    My girlfriend and I both live and work in the D.C. area, where she has lived for over a decade. She saw me wandering the wastelands last night and recognized some key spots. I wasn't sure if the pace and content of the game would be up her alley, but I let her start a game for herself from scratch.

    She loved the introductory bits and became hooked once she realized she could be evil - she was pickpocketing and murdering left and right. Long story short, she started playing at 8PM, I went to sleep around 11PM and she didn't make it to bed until 3AM. She loved the writing, humor and open world aspects and was like a frickin' accountant managing her Pip-Boy.

    D:

    Background: When we first started dating, she saw my 360 and PSP and told me that "video games were for losers!" Over the past year, she's become addicted to Castle Crashers, Call of Duty 4, Puzzle Quest and Wipeouts Pure and Pulse. I'm happy that I can add Fallout 3 to the list! Mwuahahahaha. I guess Mass Effect or Oblivion should be next...

    Your mom.
  • KKprofitKKprofit Registered User
    edited December 2008
    Hypertime wrote: »
    My girlfriend and I both live and work in the D.C. area, where she has lived for over a decade. She saw me wandering the wastelands last night and recognized some key spots. I wasn't sure if the pace and content of the game would be up her alley, but I let her start a game for herself from scratch.

    She loved the introductory bits and became hooked once she realized she could be evil - she was pickpocketing and murdering left and right. Long story short, she started playing at 8PM, I went to sleep around 11PM and she didn't make it to bed until 3AM. She loved the writing, humor and open world aspects and was like a frickin' accountant managing her Pip-Boy.

    D:

    Background: When we first started dating, she saw my 360 and PSP and told me that "video games were for losers!" Over the past year, she's become addicted to Castle Crashers, Call of Duty 4, Puzzle Quest and Wipeouts Pure and Pulse. I'm happy that I can add Fallout 3 to the list! Mwuahahahaha. I guess Mass Effect or Oblivion should be next...

    Ask her if she likes mudkips.

    Also, the mods are pouring out like crazy... but I cant find any place that actually rates them based on how good they are. Nexus for example bans you if you rate anything but 10. (a tiny exageration.. but only very tiny)

  • ButtcleftButtcleft Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    KKprofit wrote: »
    Hypertime wrote: »
    My girlfriend and I both live and work in the D.C. area, where she has lived for over a decade. She saw me wandering the wastelands last night and recognized some key spots. I wasn't sure if the pace and content of the game would be up her alley, but I let her start a game for herself from scratch.

    She loved the introductory bits and became hooked once she realized she could be evil - she was pickpocketing and murdering left and right. Long story short, she started playing at 8PM, I went to sleep around 11PM and she didn't make it to bed until 3AM. She loved the writing, humor and open world aspects and was like a frickin' accountant managing her Pip-Boy.

    D:

    Background: When we first started dating, she saw my 360 and PSP and told me that "video games were for losers!" Over the past year, she's become addicted to Castle Crashers, Call of Duty 4, Puzzle Quest and Wipeouts Pure and Pulse. I'm happy that I can add Fallout 3 to the list! Mwuahahahaha. I guess Mass Effect or Oblivion should be next...

    Ask her if she likes mudkips.

    Also, the mods are pouring out like crazy... but I cant find any place that actually rates them based on how good they are. Nexus for example bans you if you rate anything but 10. (a tiny exageration.. but only very tiny)


    Not really an exaggeration at all. Its stupid, I can understand the idea behind the rule, but its implementation is bullshit. Have to rate everything 9 or 10 just to avoid hurting feelings negates the need for having a freaking rating system.

    that's it, I'm shutting this entire forum down, everyone thank buttcleft
  • StrikerkcStrikerkc Registered User regular
    edited December 2008
    Buttcleft wrote: »
    Not really an exaggeration at all. Its stupid, I can understand the idea behind the rule, but its implementation is bullshit. Have to rate everything 9 or 10 just to avoid hurting feelings negates the need for having a freaking rating system.

    I was under the impression that the rateing system they had was to rate it on how well it acomplished it's goals. AKA: The mod to make a bloat fly bright pink must be rated a 10 if it did indeed make bloat flys pink, and does not damage other aspects of the game in the process (breaks quests, make your character pink as well, etc).

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