I'm sick at the moment (think it is swine flu had it since last weeeeeeeekend ) so I reloaded all my old fallout games and I have had a
I quickly went through 1&2 and tactics and played 3 for a day or so but I love New vegas more, I downloaded loads of mods to enhance the game (more
companions is a must) my only gripe with New Vegas is the music is nowwhere as good as FO3.
Here is some music
Also I have subscribed to this guys FO channel he is funny as fick.
Absolutely loved the fallout series
No mods for me though except for Fallout 1,2 and tactics. the others are on the PS3 but atleast I have all the add on's
And I'm checking out those videos some funny stuff right there
And here is some butcher pete too
I agree the music on Fallout 3 was better but still a good couple of songs on NV.
I remember the first time I played Fallout 3.... the goose pimples listening to I don't want to set the world on fire by the ink spots totally epic
intro to the game
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I think you just inspired me to have another playthrough of the Fall Out New Vegas games. I forgot how great these games are even the first two. I
wish they would remake the first two as a prequel. Give the old ones the Fallout 3 Engine.
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Did you know there was a great deal of content in Fallout 2 that never made the final cut? It was included in the game, but the requisite links never
installed. A few years back a group of programmers finished it. Its called the Fallout 2 Restoration Project.
Funny I find this post, been spending alot of time replaying FO3 and FO NV, got tons of mods, including the ones to improve the graphics and it works
WONDERS, looks soooo much better
I really wish they would have done the FO MMO
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