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Discussion in 'Fallout General Modding' started by Dionis, May 21, 2017.
Hey Dionis and fellow translators. Thanks again. Take all the time you need.
I'm in New Reno now, I am really impressed! The gameplay is great, and finally the English translation is available! Thanks!
This experience is equal to Fallout 2 (in my opinion the best one).
btw, right now I am investigating the attack on propaganda team in New Reno, cannot figure out where they were shooting from, any help? I couldn't find the section on the forum where people ask about Nevada quests, so maybe someone could help, thanks!
Ok now that the 100% version is out I think this thread should move back on top
So far it is so good I can not possibly believe it. It really feels like an official game. This one should get Mod of the Year award. Thank you all so much!
Same for me, gonna wait a bit more. Great work guys!
Finished it couple of days back, my spine still tingle!
Top notch and well polished modification with excellent maps full of details; couple of brand new mechanics added on top of tried-and-true interactivity full of skill/stat checks; well balanced difficulty and economy; interesting quest design ranging from simple to really hard nuts to crack.. I was sucked in and hooked really hard after couple of hours, hats off.
Thanks for translation, my rusty Russian carried me over a handful of untranslated pages and I had enjoyed the mod greatly. 10/10 would play again
Thanks for this great mod and translation.
In my game I am fooling around for exp and money.
Is there a time limit (As 13 years in Fallout 2) or you can play as much as you want?
Thanks in advance...
There's time limit set to 13 years by default in FN. And
you can choose perk Tirelessness at level 18(?) in order to play further after finishing the game.
Thanks for reply.
Is there any way to disable this limit?
Yep, very easily thanks to sfall. Open ddraw.ini file in some text editor and set this parameter:
I just finished the main plot at level 16 a couple of days ago. Overall, my impression is between Fallout 2 and FNV. Quest designs are not built upon combat anymore. It's more balanced than FO2. It's like Pillars of Eternity that it discourage you to grind levels in battle. There are still endless enemies, but the player get less exp from them. In the other hand, you get more exp in solving side quests.
Now I am working on the power armor quest. It doesn't feel right without a power armor in the end, don't you agree?
"Sneaky" Aprouch indeed...