GameZone shares its tips on how to survive during an Apocalypse courtesy of Fallout. Read on to find out how to survive, live, and entertain yourself in a world where mutants roam the land.
If the apocalypse actually happened I sure hope the animations are better and there are less glitches. They'll probably be modded out by God though
God has left a lot of glitches in life though
God old fall out i really enjoyed 3 but i wish they made the shooting aspect more fluid and play like a fps sort of like mass effect does with third person shooters but the stuff you could do on fall out was amazing
LMAO! Definitely not the prettiest game.
Easiest way to survive the post nuclear wasteland? Be a Child.
You'd just have to hope the person trying to kill you hasn't installed the child killer mod first. Mungo!
why ABANDON the vault with purified air and water, clean interiors and supplies? How about, open the door, but dont close it and completely forget where it is
Who do we owe everything we have, including our lives, to? A)The Overseer B)The Overseer C)The Overseer D)The Overseer
Some people weren't allowed in the vaults. People were chosen at random and sent letters through the mail informing them whether they were chosen to enter the vaults or not.
Every time I play FO3, I think of using it as a guide on how to survive after 2012. I'm tempted to tell co-workers to go play this game for that reason, but then I come to my senses...
STALKER learned me a lot more
GET OUT OF HERE, STALKER
Nice article, but I have an issue with the subtitle. How does Fallout help you prepare for an apocalypse by robot uprising?
No no... It teaches you how to survive the Apocalypse in a video game universe by leveling up and getting better weapons! Imagine trying to level up in real life if this happened, then you met a Super Mutant Behemoth... Sorry, but those "Imaginary" levels will not save you this time! XD
I thought it was a chinese invasion that wiped out the world <.<' not a robot take over. In any case the best way to survive it is go into that matrix thing that they had in fallout 3, and forget about the world around you that has turned to poop ^.^
Nice article....good read!
fallout 3 taught me that the mustache can survive after a nuclear bomb exlodes on your city :O http://blogs.ocweekly.com/h... could'nt found an image after the nuclear atack so.. sorry :(
Who says video games aren't educational? These are real life lessons being taught! :-)
I love Fallout 3, but if you really came out of the vault for a little "adventure" you would die in about 3 days MAX! You can't use Vats first of all If you get shot once your going to be on the ground crying Raiders would kill you in your sleep You will probably become a slave
Funny post, and oddly helpful. :)
Few people are going to be able to survive in an world ending event. You have to be of a certain mindset to survive in that kind of a situation and most people will end up being grist for the mill. Nobody knows how a power plant works or how to make nails. There are so few people out there that have the kind of knowledge that would be needed to rebuild society and many of them will have been killed. Basic survival would become paramount. Who actually knows how to make a trap for wild game? Or how to skin and gut an animal? Or how to raise plants for food, with regard to seasons, soil and timing? Did you know that many of today’s farm crops use seeds that are genetically altered so that the seeds they produce can’t germinate? It’s so companies can make more money, when the farmer has to buy more every season. Will you freeze when someone comes at you with a mud and blood soaked hatchet or will you be able to defend yourself? Can you make the choice to leave someone to fend for themselves, so that you aren’t compromised in a way that will lead to your death, even if it’s a child? These are the things that will matter and make you a survivor. In an aftermath scenario, there are few heroes.
Sounds like you watched The Road lol
And kill anyone with a mohawk.
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