fallout? Anonymous 22568
anyone here like fallout :>
I think the NCR ranger armor is hot and I'm tired of pretending I don't.
wish i could have that aromour irl
heres another picture of amazing armor
I've played every fallout (yes, even brotherhood of steel and tactics) but I've never beat a single one
I fucking love Fallout! My favorite might be New Vegas
same, NV was very comfy. a true melting pot of unholy but miraculous wonders. shame we might never get a similar fallout again.
do want to try getting into fallout 2 (or even 1).
I've played both recently, moreso Fallout1. It's really good! The first main quest is timed, but after finishing that you basically have free reign to explore the wasteland and finish the second main quest. I've started Fallout2 and it's good but I'm not too sold on it since so far it seems like the dialogue is a bit too goofy imo
Fallout 3 was better than NV
Come at me
planning to play new vegas some time soon>>22569
Play it NOW. The game is so cozy and comforting. The radio station with the old songs on it fit the atmosphere more than the songs for Fallout3 does in my opinion. The whole experience of the game is so satisfying and intriguing. Even just running around through the desert is exciting and atmospheric.
Joshua Graham is my ideal husbando. A man who actually has to take care of his skin and has a voice that could melt steel, it's so rich. And he's damn right to kill the White Legs, fuck 'em.
Damn it anon, I was gonna post about my love for crispy bacon too.Also it might be weird but that reloading animation he does when you first meet him in the cave is strangely hypnotizing to me.
Great minds think alike. And yes, I too like the reloading animation. However, what I wanna know is when he gives you his outfit, realistically speaking, would he just be running around nude?
I don't think of it as him personally giving you his stuff. It's really just the devs wall-breaking giving you a copy of his stuff.
i love post apocalyptic games
my dad showed me mad max thunder dome and that was my entry point and i have loved every similiar aesthetic theme since
i loved reading the road and playing new vegas and sometimes i make post apolcapytic prop guns and armor :)
i love the guns used in thunder dome. i hope one day to own a mini 14>picrel and mod it to look as cool and post apocalyptic as possible
i loved fallout 4 as well because of the weapond modifications that were possible
76 sucked i dont even have to say that, i hope that the next fallout is made by dennation games and devolver digital (the creators of hotline miami) instead of bethesda (which recently has been bought by microsoft)
big lose hate bethesda fallout apocalypse nice
youre so right. the first meeting in the cave generally felt like a spiritual experience.
New Vegas is great.
Fallout 3 was lame. 4 is just a generic shooter game, but I'll admit that I enjoyed the crafting/building system.
If you like Fallout New Vegas, give Disco Elysium a try.
my favorite is 76, easy put 400 hrs and like 50 bucks into it,
Why is Fallous3 so disappointing for me? I accidentally finished the game while playing it, the main questline was that much of a breeze. Then I went back and realized I didn't really have many quests and didn't even finish that many. So I got the explorer perk and went to every single location, which was mostly boring and also didn't give any quests or anything except empty subways and stupid ruins.
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I love fallout, its probably my favourite series out of all of them. New vegas being to me the high point of the entire series. The setting is grim and a perfect showcase of humanities inability to change. of course that is when the game actually is grim. I hate Bethesda and my dislike of them has only ever grown with time. the fact that 76 was a game that was allowed to be released at all is an insult to the games that came before it.
I just want it to die at this point. Just let it rest in peace.
You should consider suicide.
Oh I hate 76. Doesn't mean I can stop playing unfortunately.
Let's see>575 hours>I hit rank 105 in Nuclear Winter>I have spent about $350 on Fallout 1st and atoms (come to think of it my 1st is about to run out…)>Not counting the ~$60 for secret stuff on g2g>I make sure to play each and every season to completion
I know it's awful and I don't want to play it anymore but I love Fallout so I can't miss anything!
Luckily I don't think this game has too much longer left so I should be free soon enough.
Oh and the game I've played the second-most amount of time?Fallout Frontier
i don't hate 76, it may be my favorite 3d one. very fun messing around online, especially with friends.
still don't get why people love new vegas so much. for me it was just like playing 3 again.
i want something that plays and feels like 1 & 2 again, writing included
You might want to check out Underrail.
I recently finished an unmodded, semi-completionist playthrough of New Vegas where I tried to take the decisions seriously and not just kill random things and try to get big guns. It was definitely an enriching experience, but holy shit does the game have some issues. It's way more than just bugs, lots of the deliberate details make no sense. The companion system is basically meant to be at least as important as the main Hoover Dam plot, but it is filled with ridiculous problems and you paint yourself into a corner if you aren't literally following a guide.
There's no way to sugarcoat this, Fallout 3 is genuinely a low IQ game for low IQ people. The plot is simply a vector for some superficially 'cool' stuff they wanted to present. Bethesda didn't take what they were doing seriously at all.
I really have to disagree with even such a moderate defense of Fallout 3, it only makes sense if you insist that this particular set of 'nukey' images are essential by virtue of the sub-genre it labels itself with. New Vegas is way, way better as far as delving into what society would be like 200 years (don't forget that) after a nuclear war. From what I know about Fallout 2 (I've barely played it, I'm ashamed to say I don't have the temperament), I'm pretty sure that was already what they were going for. They intentionally set it 80 years after the first game so the nukes were now a historical fact, not a primary factor in what was going on. The Fallout 3 devs hated this, which is why they had to set their game on the other side of the continent.
Also, I think New Vegas basically used the "vegas didn't get nuked as hard" line as an excuse for getting closer to the scientific reality without breaking the canon, since Fallout 3 is full of shit and things would have cleaned up a lot by that point.
I prefer New Vegas over 3, but I would like to take moment to say how little I care that 3 is an inaccurate depiction of society 200 years after a nuclear winter. Cinema Sins level criticism.
I'm not sure if you're the same person but similar sentiments so I'll respond to them as one.
It's hard to bridge this gap because Fallout 3 is basically from a different series (which includes 4 and 76) that just happens to share the imagery of the other games. I've enjoyed playing it and it definitely has some cool moments (my favorite is Tranquility Lane), but they just don't do anything to contribute to the sort of grander story of American society that the earlier Fallouts plus NV tried to write. The issue isn't so much about 'le unrealistic' as about giving up on trying to have a deeper message about human civilization and just making petty plot lines where people in power armor blow each other up.
I was just the most recent post and it sounded a bit more aggressive than I meant it to. I should only compare my worst enemies to Cinema Sins from now on.