Better looking textures, Fallout 3's vanilla textures are really low res, ugly and muddy, a texture pack for Fallout 3 (and New Vegas) is a must.
I'm looking at the original Black Isle games, why should I get them and whats good about these games? It's only 20$ on steam, how should I play it and what should I expect?
I've always wanted to get into some good older games, and Fallout 3/NV has a special place in the heart for me.
starting a strength 10 intelligence 1 character in FNV, wish me luck
using only unarmed btw
There was a huge mod for NV being made that takes place in New Reno, some screenshots were taken a while back. Is there any news on it?
Of alternatively you can use POCO BUENO but I prefer NMC.
And how you should play it is up to you, you can play them anyway you want, though I wouldn't suggest going rambo in those games. And except a very well written, very well voice acted, dated RPG with some really great art design and atmosphere.
And save a lot, in different slots.
Also, I'm in primm. Any tips on what to do from here, considering my only punchy skill set?
Also try getting New Vegas, some people say they got better FPS with it, I don't know since I never had F3, the only reason I look at F3 mods is to port stuff from cool mods.
Does anyone here use WMX, EVE or Project Nevada? Just interested, as I've never seen any recommendation of it/discussion. Also Nevada Skies.
I'd suggest as many HD mods as you can that can work together if you want to make things look purdy. After you make things look pretty, get a mod to enhance NPC respawns, respawn loot, and rebalance item weight. It's what I did, it was amazing.
Got Fallout 1 off GoG, how to put into a window? Also, have windows 7 here, what should I do for running it?
I'm probably SUPER SUPER SUPER late, but did you guys know that the FO:NV files there's the soundtrack for fallout 1 and 2?
Flashlight mods crash my game every time. Night vision ones do not.
It's fine continuity wise. Nukes just don't hit as hard in Fallout as they do in real life for some reason. A warhead landed on Black Mountain, but it didn't even disable the computers there, nevermind breaking the buildings. The Megaton nuke only destroyed what was in that crater. Hell, the nuke on the oil rig in Fallout 2 only destroyed that rig, it didn't even so much as break windows back on shore. In real life, the nuke that hit Black Mountain would have levelled Vegas, the one in Megaton would have annihilated the entire Capitol Wasteland, and the one on that oil rig would have sunk that oil tanker without a second thought.
Disliking how slow Fallout 1 and 2's combat is has nothing to do with ADD. Don't be stupid.
Also, if you can handle the Nightstalkers and the Den Mother and want some decent guns, head into Morning Star Cavern nearby. At the end of the cave, there's a dead guy with Leather Armor, some stimpaks, and a duffle bag next to him with either a Lever-Action Shotgun, .44 Magnum Revolver, or a Hunting Rifle, in my experience. Then head to Nipton and become unstoppable up until New Vegas or so.
Is there an alternate start mod? Like an actual one and not a "pick your fighting class and you go" so I don't need to listen to Mitchell tell me how lucky I am for surviving a scripted event?
Then drop the isometric POV. I find it less immersive anyway, why take the word of an NPC that a brown smear of pixels is a rotten old couch when I can crouch and zoom in on the bugs infesting it instead?
Besides, it doesn't hurt Renegade Ops. That's real time and isometric.
Wasn't there a mod that attempted to re-create fo1/2 for NV?
How would people react if Blizzard made Diablo 3 into a FPS, the backlash would be insane.
Hey guys, I just bought Fallout Three by using up a steam coupon, I've played Fallout: New Vegas and had a totally badass unarmed character, but I want to do a new character for this one. So what skills should I go towards to have a fun experience?
You can also try heavy weapons, just kick the door in and start spamming until everything is gone.
And if you didn't like it they wouldn't gonna force you to buy or play it, so there's no reason to bitch and moan.
They couldn't remake them, the worlds are just far too big for Bethesda's current engine to handle.
Unless its just a graphics upgrade.
Yeah but you aren't making a Fallout remake now are you? Bethesda would just use their own engine.
Personally, I don't see the original games working in any other genre but the Isometric cRPG.
So the only real solution now is to run like a bitch and hope I can get high up before they catch me and break my legs.