• Fallout Series Thread V10: Viva New Vegas
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[QUOTE=Takuat;34662113]Is there any mod for new vegas which does the same thing as this? [url]http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=6002[/url][/QUOTE] I don't think so but sweet jesus I want it now.
[QUOTE=Darth Hater;34660812] We need something to revive this thread.[/QUOTE] [img]http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lz1rz3l8su1ro87vzo1_500.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=WeekendWarrior;34662650][img]http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lz1rz3l8su1ro87vzo1_500.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Not enough. I guess we could have a good mod finding contest? And the winner gets... This [I][B][U]antique[/U][/B][/I] rolling pin set! [thumb]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/ac/Rolling_pins.JPG[/thumb]
[QUOTE=Darth Hater;34657350]Project Nevada has a pretty awesome Rail Gun, but yeah I think there needs to be an official one. Chicago has so much potential for cool Prewar/Enclave shit. [thumb]http://newvegas.nexusmods.com/downloads/images/40040-4-1307105639.jpg[/thumb] [thumb]http://newvegas.nexusmods.com/downloads/images/40040-3-1307105638.jpg[/thumb] You monster. He may be a selfish, rich old man, blind to the troubles of the outside world. But he's still a weak, broken man. Nobody deserves to be beaten to death. To have every bone in their body broken while disease and infection sets in. Unable to die because the machines you built to keep your heart beating have become your mortal cage. But that wasn't enough for you. [I]You [/I]had to kill him. Kill him faster then the machines can save him. You had to squeeze what little life was left from his cold shriveled corpse.[B][I] You monster. [/I][/B][/QUOTE] And then i ate mr.house.
[QUOTE=Takuat;34662113]Is there any mod for new vegas which does the same thing as this? [url]http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=6002[/url][/QUOTE] The first thing I saw was that video's thumbnail and I assumed you had become one of [I]them[/I]
Does anyone think that fallout 4 should use some new music made by bethesda to fit the 40s/50s music in game? I mean, surely people did not just constantly listen to 200 year old music but mqde more in a similar style.
This is one of my old posts on my idea for Fallout 4. [QUOTE=Cdr248]You are an astronaut living by yourself on a space station with no connect to outside world(Maybe like the movie Moon.) The station is attacked by aliens and you are captured by them. You then hijack the ship (possible tutorial level similar to mothership zeta but shorter) You crash in Houston, Texas. Locals find you and patch you up (like goodsprings did) and you find that the world has been ravaged by nuclear bombs and radiation. Because the locals found you in a space suit you are called Space man(or something like how they named The Courier, The Lone Wanderer, and The Vault Dweller). You find out what a shit hole earth is and you wish to go back to the moon, locals learn about your plans and beg you to take them and gangs start to threaten you if you don't bring them (which you can't because you don't have supplies for more than 1 person) they start attacking your starting town so you defend the town Blah blah blah factions want to also make rockets and shit blah blah blah side quests and free roaming and shit and finding companions to help you find salvage you go back to the moon. You find the nasa base and repair one of the ships and you find out that you can bring more people on the ship (you get to choose which 2 companions come with you) and on your journey to the moon aliens found out about you and what you did to the other aliens and start attacking the ship (this will be the hoover dam battle) The aliens will shoot out the life support systems of your ship and so you run and grab the space suits ( there are only 2) and you must choose what companions Will take the suits or you can sacrifice your self to save everyone else. If you choose your self and someone else then the other person will go berserk and try to destroy the ship to kill all of you and you must stop them while fighting the aliens. I will now take your money. [/QUOTE] Suggestions?
[QUOTE=cdr248;34664708]This is one of my old posts on my idea for Fallout 4. Suggestions?[/QUOTE] mind if i take the astronaut idea and run with it?
New idea on how you defeat Large Marge. You nuke her. Captain Baha reveals that there is a Fatman on-board the ship. You then choose between: A) "What? Are you insane? I'm out of here!": You fail the quest and citizens of the Aleutian Islands have no respect for you (prices raised, refuse to talk, etc.) B) "Alrighty then. Let's blow this thing out of the water!": You complete the mission, but there is a chance of getting horribly irradiated after blowing Large Marge up. You receive half the haul of the wreck.
[QUOTE=Zillamaster55;34665201]New idea on how you defeat Large Marge. You nuke her. Captain Baha reveals that there is a Fatman on-board the ship. You then choose between: A) "What? Are you insane? I'm out of here!": You fail the quest and citizens of the Aleutian Islands have no respect for you (prices raised, refuse to talk, etc.) B) "Alrighty then. Let's blow this thing out of the water!": You complete the mission, but there is a chance of getting horribly irradiated after blowing Large Marge up. You receive half the haul of the wreck.[/QUOTE] Wouldn't it make sense for Captain Baha to bring some radiation protection? Plus I think there should be a greater incentive not to nuke her. Like, it'll basically kill all the fish and/or make them into horrid mutants, so a village that relies on fishing to feed their people will help you if you don't kill the fish.
[QUOTE=Zillamaster55;34665201]New idea on how you defeat Large Marge. You nuke her. Captain Baha reveals that there is a Fatman on-board the ship. You then choose between: A) "What? Are you insane? I'm out of here!": You fail the quest and citizens of the Aleutian Islands have no respect for you (prices raised, refuse to talk, etc.) B) "Alrighty then. Let's blow this thing out of the water!": You complete the mission, but there is a chance of getting horribly irradiated after blowing Large Marge up. You receive half the haul of the wreck.[/QUOTE] There should be a cool scene where Large Marge explodes and rains her guts down on the ship. And depending on how far off coast you are, you could swim out to where her body is and swim inside her belly, so you can loot all the shit shes eaten.
What if you have to go inside her to set the nuke? Like that kingdoms hearts level with Pinocchio.
Dialogue with the sink intelligence crashes my game every time, only idea on the net says that it's caused by Requiem for a Wasteland which I don't have installed.
Which DLC should I get first? I was thinking of getting lonesome road.
Can anyone link me to a mod that removes the level cap, that works with all the DLC? The one i downloaded made my game crash on start up
Anybody got some good fallout-y music? I'm arranging a playlist.
[QUOTE=Neat!;34668597]Anybody got some good fallout-y music? I'm arranging a playlist.[/QUOTE] This song is one of my favorites. [video=youtube;iZZB-MkQ6LE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZZB-MkQ6LE[/video]
[QUOTE=Neat!;34668597]Anybody got some good fallout-y music? I'm arranging a playlist.[/QUOTE] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gV7_2oy8LMY[/media]
[QUOTE=Crpto2007;34667531]Which DLC should I get first? I was thinking of getting lonesome road.[/QUOTE] Don't get lonesome road first. Play that last. The whole build up to the myth surrounding Ulysses is ruined if you don't play any other DLC first. There's some debate on whether Dead Money or Old World Blues should be played first. It can't really be explained without spoiling some parts of both DLC. Personally I think it should be. 1. Dead Money 2. Old World Blues 3. Lonesome Road I'm sure there are others who disagree, but I believe the devs intended the DLC to be played in the order they were released. That's just my personal opinion. Honest Hearts has nothing to do with the other DLC. You can play it at any time.
I hate those spots on the map that you should be able to climb over but you can't because the developers don't want you to get into that area easily.
So today begins the journey of my 100% pacifistic, diplomatic character. My goal is to talk my way past legate lanius and help Mr. House (IIRC, he's the only person you can follow that doesn't require you killing anyone else), and not to kill a single thing. I ran for it to New Vegas, I took the dangerous, deathclaw infested route. I finally evaded everything in 30-45 minutes. My plan to get the funds to get into the strip is simple, I'm going to the silver rush, and going to carry some goods to the bathroom where I can stealthily steal everything. My SPECIALS are, S:1 P:7 E:1 C:10 I:8 A:8 L:7 This includes stat boosts from equipment (as far as I know, only my hat increases perception) just so you know. Also, I'm playing on Very Hard + Hardcore
[QUOTE=cdr248;34664708]This is one of my old posts on my idea for Fallout 4. Suggestions?[/QUOTE] I think it sounds like a cool game idea, but in my opinion it wouldn't really work for fallout.
here's that playlist. i wanted to add a few more genres to the mix, so it may not be to everyone's liking, but it all seems to fit into the lore pretty well ( it could have been recorded at some point during history) [url]http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDD60EA2EB414A73E[/url] still would like more suggestions though
Fuck, how do I get the chip out of benny without killing him?
[QUOTE=Zoran;34672935]Fuck, how do I get the chip out of benny without killing him?[/QUOTE] Let him stick it inyour pooper. No, really.
[QUOTE=***zer0***;34667557]Can anyone link me to a mod that removes the level cap, that works with all the DLC? The one i downloaded made my game crash on start up[/QUOTE] Funny thing is im working on one now
[QUOTE=Crpto2007;34667531]Which DLC should I get first? I was thinking of getting lonesome road.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=Darth Hater;34671933]Don't get lonesome road first. Play that last. The whole build up to the myth surrounding Ulysses is ruined if you don't play any other DLC first. There's some debate on whether Dead Money or Old World Blues should be played first. It can't really be explained without spoiling some parts of both DLC. Personally I think it should be. 1. Dead Money 2. Old World Blues 3. Lonesome Road I'm sure there are others who disagree, but I believe the devs intended the DLC to be played in the order they were released. That's just my personal opinion. Honest Hearts has nothing to do with the other DLC. You can play it at any time.[/QUOTE] While I agree with him on not playing Lonesome Road first I wouldn't be so quick to toss aside Honest Hearts. Mostly because all the DLC have the same theme, with Lonesome Road tying it together and bringing it all full circle. So my advice just play them in the order they were released for the full experience.
Guys, how the fuck do I get through the Securitron Vault as a pacifist.
[QUOTE=Zoran;34673393]Guys, how the fuck do I get through the Securitron Vault as a pacifist.[/QUOTE] Stealth Boys.
[QUOTE=Zoran;34673393]Guys, how the fuck do I get through the Securitron Vault as a pacifist.[/QUOTE] Stimpacks and the forward key.
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