What's on your mind?
Do many of you find Victor in Novac?
I was level 5 and came to Novac through hidden valley, he had some additional dialogue and said he was going to New Vegas even though he can swap A.I. and doesn’t need to travel there directly
Does this happen normally or is this a random encounter?
I'd have to say
Should I get it or not? I heard it's immersion breaking.
Hopully this isnt a stupid question but, i've sided with the mechanist during superhuman gambit so I could get the unique later pistol but I can't find him now after I completed their quest, does anybody know where the mechanist goes after they quest?
How do you get it in Fallout: New Vegas?
how can I make him do stuff
So I just got a 15$ gift card and was about to get fallout NV but and also on xbox one s but any way I go to see price and hit continue but then it says (can't do this at this time try again later) I already did a hard reset but still the same.
Ok, what is your greatest moment(s) that happened to you in either game.
I forgot how frustrating this building is. Up here, jump down here. Jumping up on rubble.
A couple of times, I found it easy. I think it probably depends on your state of mood and tiredness.
I've been gaming more these last few weeks. Helps my anxiety and depression, for a while anyhoo.
Sunny day out there today. Probably help more. Nah, stay in.
Who else forgets to go back to Anchorage Memorial to properly scavenge and slaughter mirelurks after completeing the Wasteland Suvival challenges? I always wait until my skill level is higher but then forget to go back. Going there now. Topped out on skills and level 30. Time to head on over to New Vegas again.
Mine is every weapon
Se de alguma forma nós pudéssemos soltar o protectron de Thomas Jefferson que originalmente está na sala trancado no pod, e instalar no backup protectron o do Button Gwinnett (ou se tivesse como entrar na sala sem ter que eliminá-lo, instalar o programa de outro). Quão doido poderia ser?
My fallout new Vegas game (steam) has been quitting on its own lately, i don't know what to do. It's really annoying please help
Okay, let’s start this out, sorry it’s been a while, I spent so much time on this playthrough, I probably spent at least 200 hours on this one, I beat every single mission, got every unique weapon (with GRA), maxed out every skill (I heard it wasn’t possible, but I think they meant without dlcs,but...) got every possible challenge perk and beat every challenge possible. I 100% completed it on one character, and here’s what I got from it.
This can be pretty good, while most lore is available no matter what faction you side with, NCR has just a little bit more.
Definitely the best, you get so much great loot and stuff, the quest rewards are amazing, and it feels realistic, you can really feel the difference your making in the Mojave.
For role play:
This is great, really, you can do so many builds that fit here, basically anything except melee/unarmed, I did energy weapons this time, but I’ve don shotgun, rifleman, pistol, sniper, and stealth and it still fit pretty well.
There are more quests for ncr than any other faction in the game and I really think that this will be confirmed as the canon ending for the game, there are well over 30 different Quests for the ncr alone.
Love the NCR, absolutely love it, so much fun, always able to spend so long on these play through’s I recommend this for any first playthrough.
While the catalyst for my thoughts on this matter was Point Lookout, I think my question to all you lovely ones would encompass the entire Fallout francise.
Beware of some minor spoilers for Point Lookout.
I had a blast playing through the entirity of Point Lookout, especially via TTW and the more responsive FNV engine. The atmosphere was superb and the occult, spooky culture that was obviously simmering in the area was a great shift from the Capital Wasteland.
That being said, I found myself with a nagging thought right after I finished off both Calvert and his ghoul advisery: Does the supernatural fit Fallout as a whole?
No doubt that after however many years, a series needs to explore more and more facets in order to remain fresh. But from Fallout 2 and tribal visions and magic to 3’s Psyker brain-in-a-jar, I felt myself becoming a little detached from the solemn, sad reality of the Wasteland.
I’m more than accepting of wild, sometimes silly shifts in the technology of the universe and thought OWB’s was a blast (with some intriguing points made about unregulated progress and scientific chaos), so perhaps I’m just personally bias to sci-fi instead of fantasy. But what I found all the more appealing in terms of storylines involving spirits or, in some ways, deities, was Honest Hearts. Randall Clark, providing for the ancestors of the Sorrows in secret and therby becoming a force past his aging body resonated with me so much more than the Krivbeknih did.
(Thanks for reading. I know I write too much.)
What do y’all think? What has been your opinion on the magic or supernatural in Fallout, and do you think it has a place?
I'm always short on caps and I need to find an easier way of getting caps than going on longs missions
I'm about to head into the Courier's Mile anything I should bring or do before I should go there?