EDGE - Tont Coles has no intention of finishing Obsidian's RPG, and is instead defining an endgame of his own.
doing the extact same thing right now. I totally agree with your article I overcame the "the texturing aged and the animations stilted" with a list of almost 50 mods running at the same time. I´m also alternating with the DLC as well, so I´m currently in the Big MT & still have Lonesome Rd waiting in line
Really good game I still play it .the burned man walks
"May my hand forget its skill." Joshua Graham is a boss.
never played it. i heard too many horror stories about the ps3 version and having played the shit out of skyrim makes me believe them.
There was nothing much wrong with the PS3 version, unlike with other Bethesda games it was actually in better condition than the 360 version.
I seriously doubt that's true. All versions of Bethesda's games have bugs, but the PS3 always gets the shortest end of the stick.
It did have bugs but nothing serious. I would get the occasional freeze as you'd expect with bethesda games but that would only happen every 4-5 hours or so of non stop playing. My friends who got it on the 360 experienced bugs and freezes much more frequently.
*POTENTIAL SPOILERS* Even the PC version is a horror story. I had 3...THREE important diplomatic/faction options break on me. And I was only SORTA able to fix the one with console commands. I couldn't negotiate with the Brotherhood or the Kahns (without killing papa). I couldn't save the president without a glitch. A great story is ruined if the options you want to take are broken. It's infuriating.
I'm at 250 hours and counting, I still play all the time. I consider Lonesome Road more of an endgame than the dam, it's amazing from a narrative standpoint. They explain the courier's past without managing to imply anything about the quality of the character you've created, and it fully realizes New Vegas as a true follow-up to fallout 2 in a very clever way.
I hope for the next fallout that they make the leveling system like Skyrim's. Once I reached the level cap in NV I instantly stopped caring about the game. What's the point of doing quests if the point of quests is to get XP to level up, but you can't level up. Don't get me wrong, I had tonnes of fun playing both NV and fallout 3. Since Skyrim came along, it has shown how a leveling system should be implemented. Hopefully Bethesda realizes this.
New Vegas: The only BAD game in the series. You can click disagree on me all you want. It doesn't fix the stupid happy-go-lucky story. Still playing FO 1-3.
Yeah that I do agree with, New Vegas was too cheesy, I didn't like it at all, on the other hand Skyrim was too serious IMO, Oblivion and FO3 got it just about right.
What are you talking about?
"stupid happy-go-lucky story"???? Fallout 3 story: After Daddy abandons 17 year old "lone wanderer" in order to save the world, you set out on a quest to find him and work out your daddy issues :D Fallout New Vegas story: After surviving a bullet to the head, you " the courier" set out to find the man who put it there, only to unravel a bigger conspiracy at work that can shake the very foundations of human life as we know it. >:( Disagree all you want, i'm not hating on Fallout 3. I love Fallout 3, i just finished it for the second time 4 days ago. But you sounded a tiny bit ridiculous. No offense but, i respectfully disagree :b
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