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#16 Nothing Here

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 06:14

I hope that the opening scene is three dog getting shot with a mini nuke, and his remaining body parts falling down into a subway filled with glowing ones.


At least I'm not the only one who thought he was annoying.


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Posted 13 January 2013 - 06:29

That's unfortunate, the experience system is what I liked the least about Skyrim, in fact I would say it sucks.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 09:40

At least I'm not the only one who thought he was annoying.

The music on the station was fine, but man was he annoying. I never did use the radio much, but when I did I think it was either the Enclave one or Agatha's radio.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 14:27

I hope they put longer shows on the radio. Considering how many hours a game like fallout soaks up, you'd think they'd have longer radio shows.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 14:56

Yes, Chatterbox FM style. Where a guy calls in and talks about cooking possums. And pidgeons - like fortune cookies with wings. Squirrels... are not so good, they taste like goldfish.

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 15:56

The music on the station was fine, but man was he annoying. I never did use the radio much, but when I did I think it was either the Enclave one or Agatha's radio.


Exactly. I loved the game. But he annoys me so bad, that now I blast him after I finish the quest. Then you get that old lady on there, but if you visit the station, there's no one but the BoS there. LMAO!

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 22:19

  • Bethesda has no plans to reinvent the leveling up system to make it more like Skyrim and want to make Fallout 4 more distinct from Skyrim since of the complaints that Oblivion and Fallout 3 were too similar. Bethesda is thinking about introducing a system, similar to Skyrim, where your skills can level up if you perform certain tasks.

http://www.examiner....ut-3-and-skyrim


Uh, I don't understand what the hell that means. They don't want to reinvent the system to a more Skyrim-like system but...they are thinking of putting in a system similar to Skyrim? :s

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Posted 15 January 2013 - 14:39

Uh, I don't understand what the hell that means. They don't want to reinvent the system to a more Skyrim-like system but...they are thinking of putting in a system similar to Skyrim? :s


I think they meant the actual levelling system (character level) wont be like skyrim however the weapon and skill levelling might be similar to skyrim (use it to level it)

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 04:25

I'd much prefer a levelling system like Oblivion/Skyrim (where using a skill makes you more proficient at it, rather than having to put points into it). There's a bunch of skills that I've just never thought my character would need, just to find out that at late game stages are actually kinda useful (And then I have to grind enough levels to put points into them, throwing everything else off), but I can imagine that setup annoying diehard fans (It simply being made by Bethesda annoys those fans anyway, so meh)

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 04:47

It would make a lot of sense to push the new game after the release of the next gen consoles. Expect it to be out holiday 2014?

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 04:51

I'd much prefer a levelling system like Oblivion/Skyrim (where using a skill makes you more proficient at it, rather than having to put points into it). There's a bunch of skills that I've just never thought my character would need, just to find out that at late game stages are actually kinda useful (And then I have to grind enough levels to put points into them, throwing everything else off), but I can imagine that setup annoying diehard fans (It simply being made by Bethesda annoys those fans anyway, so meh)


ya like the more you talk and win the speech challenges the more it levels. It still lets you build your character because it will obviously be stronger at things you do and weak in things you don't. (melee char as opposed to ranged or firearms character).

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 05:07

I'd much prefer a levelling system like Oblivion/Skyrim (where using a skill makes you more proficient at it, rather than having to put points into it). There's a bunch of skills that I've just never thought my character would need, just to find out that at late game stages are actually kinda useful (And then I have to grind enough levels to put points into them, throwing everything else off), but I can imagine that setup annoying diehard fans (It simply being made by Bethesda annoys those fans anyway, so meh)


As opposed to grinding that one skill to get it high enough to be useful? I don't really see any difference here.. other than that Skyrim system would never fit a Fallout game :)

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 05:24

You still need to grind either way, but the oblivion system doesn't require you to plan out skill point progression ahead of time.

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 11:43

Hey there Nifty America, This is your president John Henry Eden speaking... Only joking this is Three DAWG!!

hehe Loved that radio station and that it updates. I Miss Three Dog while I'm playing New Vegas :(