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Old 01-12-2009, 06:44 PM   #121
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My major gripe was Dogmeat kept going to that great kennel in the sky. So I cured that by getting the PC version, then cheating to make him essential. It was also interesting to find out where Walter kept disappearing to. First I found him dead, so I resurrected him then he disappeared off the map with half the citizen of Megaton.
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Old 01-12-2009, 10:18 PM   #122
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@Lance: Well like i said, Fallout 2 atleast top my list of best games i played, and i played all those you listed there. And i think all the games you listed also is very good, Kotor, PS:T, BG2 are atleast very high up on my same list.
What are you doing making a list of all you're favorite games when you can be playing them?
Oh, and I love Fallout 3, LOVE it,
Kotor 1 and 2, psychonauts, jedi academy, half life 2, portal, are crushed under Fallout's Epicness.
Only real bug I found was when I disabled the bomb, and found Jericho dead right next to it on the opposite side I was on.
I proceeded to yell "JERICHO, NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!" then spent like 5 minutes trying to put him on a couch nearby insisting that "He must be a comfortable corpse!" then died getting shot down by the other people 'cause some dude sat on jericho's death couch, and jericho came back and everything was wonderful.
I kinda wonder if he killed himself because he wanted to blow up and I took that away, so he shot himself
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Old 01-12-2009, 10:27 PM   #123
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Old 01-12-2009, 10:33 PM   #124
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I'm pretty obsessed with this game myself at the moment. I'm level 18 and have Star Paladin Cross as my follower...she's a badass.


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Very nice. I like to sneak and followers don't seem to be real good at it, forcing firefights when I could avoid them if I was on my own. Hence I'm not so big on followers. Out of curiosity what kind of weapons do you equip Star Paladin Cross with?

I'm not sure how long it's going to take me to complete this game. I've got over 150 hours invested thus far in my first play through and still haven't made it to Tenpenney Towers though I do know where the towers are at least. I think I hit the level cap around the 120 hours mark. This being my first Bethesda game I didn't know what to expect but it's incredible to me, the sheer amount of content and scale in this game. As an explorer type who likes to experience all the content a game can offer this game suits me quite well.


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Old 01-30-2009, 12:37 PM   #127
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Cross has a ton of stuff...that I think she mostly picked up on her own...but her weapon of choice is a super sledge so she can get in my line of fire sometimes, but I'd rather have her with me than not. I think in her inventory right now she's got a minigun, combat shotgun, laser pistol, laser rifle, and a few other things that I don't remember.

I love the exploration part too...I made sure to hit all the DC momuments like the White House, Capitol Building and Lincoln Memorial. I've done the Tenpenny Tower quest and I've been working my way through the other sidequests. They just released the first DLC for the Xbox 360 but I don't have it yet, and there's more to come that I can't wait to see.


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Old 02-02-2009, 07:45 PM   #128
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So anybody played the new Fallout 3 DLC, Operation Anchorage? I just read an article over on bit-tech where the reviewer wasn't able to get Games for Windows Live working well enough to download to his PC and thus couldn't do his review. It should be needless to say that the article does not cast GfW in a favorable light and so I was wondering if anybody else had tried this out. I don't plan on getting any DLC until I finish my first playthrough, whenever that happens.


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Old 02-02-2009, 09:44 PM   #129
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On my second playthrough. Probably my 4th favorite RPG, behind KOTOR I-II, and Oblivion. Probably tied with Mass Effect for me.
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Old 02-03-2009, 10:20 PM   #130
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I finished the Operation Anchorage DLC earlier today. I thought it was pretty cool, plus you get some very nice items after you finish it. Though I will say that I'm playing the game on my Xbox 360 and not PC so I can't speak to the functionality of GfW.


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Old 02-03-2009, 10:24 PM   #131
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Is OA worth the money/points?
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Old 02-04-2009, 04:23 AM   #132
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Old 02-04-2009, 09:04 PM   #133
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Is OA worth the money/points?

Absolutely.

It's a nice break from decapitating super-mutants.



Nice list. I put KotOR II behind Oblivion and Mass Effect though. KotOR rules all.


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Old 02-06-2009, 12:23 AM   #134
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I'd say it's absolutely worth it. The T-51b winterized power armor and Gauss Rifle alone make it worth it especially since the armor doesn't seem to take any durability loss...at least on the 360 anyway.

Plus it is a nice little break from the super mutants and talon company mercs and what not.

I think they've done a fabulous job with this game despite any complaints that it's "too much like Oblivion."


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Old 02-06-2009, 12:37 AM   #135
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There's a bug that makes the winterized armor in the cache the version from the simulation, which has like 10 million HP.



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Old 02-06-2009, 02:06 AM   #136
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well...I hope they don't fix it


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Old 02-10-2009, 01:42 AM   #137
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Old 02-12-2009, 06:25 PM   #138
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I'm not concerned here...Bethesda is probably just making final tweaks and implementing bug fixes and what not. I'm still excited for both of them.


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Old 02-13-2009, 09:46 PM   #139
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Yeah, not a problem for me either and I appreciate Bethesda's efforts for a quality gameplaying experience. Besides, I still haven't finished my first run through this game.


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Old 02-14-2009, 12:45 AM   #140
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I finished mine a couple of days ago and started on a second because I know I missed a ton of stuff the first time.


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Old 03-31-2009, 04:43 PM   #141
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Is it true that you can play a female character in this game?
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Old 03-31-2009, 09:37 PM   #143
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So anyone who's played through The Pitt...what are your impressions of the DLC? I thought it was too short personally...but it was a nice addition for the sake of the lore and a couple of nice weapons as well. I'm really looking forward to Broken Steel and the level cap increase that it will bring.


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Old 04-01-2009, 01:31 PM   #144
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Can you customize your female character like you do FemShepard in Mass Effect(tm)?
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Old 04-01-2009, 01:49 PM   #146
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The female PC can be customized; basically to the same extent you can the Female PC in Oblivion (without the elf, orc, ect options).
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Old 04-21-2009, 11:43 AM   #147
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Broken Steel DLC coming May 5 - Kotaku

Some of the features Broken Steel will have are:
- level cap increased to 30
- 4-5 hours of new gameplay
- new perks, one of which will be an ability to revive Dogmeat and another called Nerves of Steel which will increase your action points.
- new and tougher Enclave, Mutant, and Ghoul enemies
- some new areas and updates to existing areas

Sounds like the main quest will be to help the Brotherhood of Steel fight the Enclave.


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Old 04-24-2009, 12:20 AM   #148
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Yup...I'm looking forward to Broken Steel Char Ell. Have been ever since they announced it along with the other two DLC's. I just hope it's not as buggy as The Pitt was.


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Old 04-27-2009, 02:28 PM   #149
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- new perks, one of which will be an ability to revive Dogmeat
Sold. I'm buying it as soon as I can.

Doesn't take too much to convince me, as I'm having a blast playing FO3 and it's DLC's ... but that perk alone I'd pay top dollar for

I swear I'm such a wuss when it comes to Dogmeat. If there's any a "hint" of the situation being too tough.. I'll send him away.

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I swear I'm such a wuss when it comes to Dogmeat. If there's any a "hint" of the situation being too tough.. I'll send him away.
I'm even worse, Dogmeat is a house dog with me.
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I'm even worse, Dogmeat is a house dog with me.
I'm tempted

I just like the whole "Mad Max" thing with me carrying my (combat) shotgun around and the dog trailing behind Maybe I'll keep him at home and just take him out for walks and the occasional mole rat flushing around Megaton

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I'm extremely looking forward to Broken Steel.I've played through the game and i know ALOT of people disagree with me but i actually thought the ending was okay in Fallout 3.I mean it's like in some other cases where some guy saves a huge number of people then its done kind of scenario.It's a bit more different which makes it stand out to me.Personally i thought oblivion was a great game but had some flaws and fallout 3 was a great game that had some flaws,but both were so great playing it was hard to not like game.Then people have their opinions.I didn't really think the F3 ending was great but i'm glad bethesda has a great respect for their game to totally change the ending and try to make it as good as possible.I'm also glad that Bethesda announced that they are publishing a new fallout game called Fallout:New vegas.It is officially being developed by Obsidian the remnants of the people that made the original Fallout games.



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Old 04-29-2009, 11:43 AM   #154
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I was fine with Fallout 3's original ending as well. I think the problem is that the regular Bethesda fan base (of which I don't consider myself a part of since FO3 is the first Bethesda game I've played) had developed an expectation that Bethesda produces open ended games. I am quite interested in seeing how Broken Steel alters the original ending.

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Yeah, pretty much the same. I don't want to risk losing Dogmeat. And since I'm playing a stealth character and Dogmeat can't go into stealth mode he really doesn't serve much purpose right now since he's too weak to serve as a tank. I was also disappointed that I could not successfully use Dogmeat to locate the Firelance at the random encounter point where the alien spacecraft blew up in my current game. I found almost all the ammo but couldn't find where the Firelance had dropped though Dogmeat would always point in a specific direction when I directed him to find weapons for me.


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Dogmeat is a bit of a liability isn't he? Ah well...Charon pretty much takes care of my light work anyway

I didn't have too much of a problem with the original ending either, but I am glad that they are altering it because I know I haven't been to every little nook and cranny of the game world and being able to continue play beyond the end will be nice so I can finish exploring

Speaking of Firelance...I have yet to be able to make that random encounter happen dammit


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Either I suck at this game or...I just plain suck.

I can't even find Galaxy News Radio--keep getting gunned down by Raiders and Super Mutants while I'm trying to navigate my way around piles of rubble and "red herring" non-enterable buildings that aren't IT! !$%^^%W$%#$ *sorry, but Fallout 3 has swears!*
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OK...never even gave this game a look...is it really as addictive as crack? (...whatever that means)

A pal whom I trust on these kinds of things has given it a very high reccomendaiton... Unfortunately I do not have the very highest caliber machine.

Without me having to go back and look over *everything*...what kind of gamer audience is it reaching out to?


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I was fine with Fallout 3's original ending as well. I think the problem is that the regular Bethesda fan base (of which I don't consider myself a part of since FO3 is the first Bethesda game I've played) had developed an expectation that Bethesda produces open ended games. I am quite interested in seeing how Broken Steel alters the original ending..
Also the ending was kind of retarded since there are a couple of followers you can gain who are immune to radiation (Fawkes, Charon, and that robot one) who decide they don't really feel like
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GTA: Most have it listed as a first person shooter with role playing elements. If you've played Oblivion and liked it then you're in the right place.

At the same time however, even if you haven't played or Oblivion, or any of the other Fallout games you can still enjoy this game. That was the situation I was in when I picked up this game and I absolutely love it. It can be very addictive if you let it...at least it was for me when I first started playing. The game world is pretty massive and the downloadable content that has been released imo compliments it nicely.


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