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Fallout: New Vegas

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posted on Oct, 25 2010 @ 05:39 PM
reply to post by Whisper67

They work over a period of time, ie: a Sunset Sarsaparilla works over a period of 30 seconds or so, it gives you a couple of bars ever 2 or 3 seconds for about 25 seconds. I think this is cool.

I think the whole game is awesome, my only wish is that the inventory could be sorted better, sooo much time in inventory management for me - perhaps because I am a prospector/scrounger.

posted on Jan, 4 2011 @ 09:45 PM

Originally posted by Lysergic
Wait til you find the guys crucified that was kinda creepy...course I killed them on their crosses...

Just past that part. I punched them.

posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 05:00 PM
i played, and then replayed... this game is wonderful, i do think FO3 was definitely longer, and possibly a little larger map, but this one is sweet all the same... in FO3 i fell in love with the gauss rifle after getting the expansion... and i found it here, the only weapon i enjoyed more was the anti-material rifle, the way those .50 caliber rounds make enemies fly... good stuff... i do wish there was a comparable armor to the winterized t-51b power armor, and the fact it never degraded... but in new vegas i have stuck with combat armor reinforced mark2... of course after finding the brotherhoods bunker and veronica to simplify getting in, i went with the t51.. i really enjoyed the multiple factions here, and it seemed more locations to find quests, if you just keep on searching...

so now the wait is on... ELDER SCROLLS, MAKE IT GOOD!!!

posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 06:48 PM
Legion fans.

There are far more quests to be had for almost all factions. This latest update kinda screwed it all up. I know some of the Legion quests to come as my son was telling me about it and I'm hyped.

For now though, if you get villified with the NCR quickly, you can't do a lot of quests for them and it royally is a pain in the butt. I really thought that the game was heavily NCR sided where those who want to play an evil chara just can't, unless they play the NCR side til the Boomers and then you can be safe to choose. But now that we found out about the massive quests they already have ingame for the Legion, I feel better about it all.

I do mod since Bethesda/Obsidian love us to play with their creations like that; if any modders ARE out there, and you mod yourself to be 100 percent idolized by the Legion or NCR, when either side 'forgives' you, you drop back to neutral. That's something modders are working on over riding I'm sure, as Fallout Nexus is great for that. I'm waiting on the Sharing and Caring Companions or the Groovy Followers to port to FONV so that I can have pretty much any NPC as my followers aside from the ones they already let us have.
Of course for me, it shall be Vulpes. And Lucius. He really needs to get off his keister and prove what a top fighter he is, you know? Plus it'd be just hysterical to dress them in NCR armor and to dress Boone in Legion-ware. All for the lulz, all for the lulz.

But yes, look for the Debug Mega Pistol. o.o
I have it and yeah, one shot, one total over over kill, anything. I played the game through already so it's all good. I never get the big boy toys til I've played through normally just so I don't ruin anything. Heck, for me, I prefer scouting and hunting up hidden stuff more than killing things anyway (save Dethclaws. They're just metal) so to have THE godgun really doesn't ruin the game for me at all.

I have to say I adore this game. I look at is as one heck of an awesome, brutal DLC for FO3 cuz I love that game just as much. Never did understand the haters. I mean, you have the abilities to make the game how you want if you have something wrong with it; new models, new enemies, create a better house, etc. Heck, they even have X rated mods but I'll leave it at that.The adult in my almost 38 yo self has not played with em but the giggly kid in me would try it out just for the horrified rofl that would ensue. Which means I just may, cuz I love a good lulz any day, but it's not my top priority.

Hardcore mode brings a new depth to the game which is just too awesome for words, and I do approve on the slow hp return while eating food. FO3 was instant and now that I've played NV, 3 is a little archaic for that reason alone but definitely not a game killer for me in any way.

posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 05:10 PM
This is a great game.

It definitely feels like a real sequel to Fallout 1 and 2, which I am a big fan of.

I highly recommend, if people have the PC version, to get some mods for it.

There are mods that add tons of new guns, ammo, and backpacks to carry the stuff.

posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 02:50 PM
Fallout NV is an awesome game but there are still some bugs that could have been worked out before. I totally agree that those flying things with he orange wings are damn HARD to kill (and not gonna lie I play on very easy). And the Deathclaws are back from Fallout 3 but for some reason their strength seems quadrupled and it takes much more to bring them down. The casino's are a nice touch in the Vegas environment but I wish they had put in a few more games. If they can have slots, then no doubt theres a few video poker machines lying around the Wasteland. But I can't deny that I loved it. I have logged about 25 hrs of play in and I'm at level 19 (I like to wander). Coming from a female that hates every other FPS, I highly recommend it. Especially in days like today where Nuclear waste is becoming an ACTUAL worry for some of us, it's almost training for an actual Fallout.

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