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Discussion in 'General Fallout Discussion' started by naossano, Jun 23, 2014.
Lmao I always end up storing every single one in my trunk
119. You first lay eyes upon Doc Mitchell's shelf of pre-war books and think to yourself "JACKPOT!"
To be fair, in most games with an economy books have a decent Weight/Value ratio, especially TES
120. After playing Fallout 3, you just assume that everytime you repeat the last sentence of an npc and add a question mark, a check of intelligence is involved. You consider those intelligence checks too hard in the classics, as npc call you a moron every time you repeat their sentence and add a question mark.
121. Having started with the Beth episodes, you wonder if the first ones were actually made before Beth ones, or if they are some satire of everything that went wrong about Fo3 and Fo4.
122. Having started with Fallout 4, you are still searching the Fo1 deathclaw cave for the Power armor and the minigun that are meant to kill the beast in two turns.
123. Having started with new Vegas, you wonder why thé Brotherhood don't attack the gunrunners, thé shi, vault City or other groups in the classics.
I did not know that. I suppose it's destroying the nuclear reactor? I always fix that thing.
A very welcome change, IMHO.
124: When you thought T-51b was a "new armor" in fallout 3, Operation anchorage.
I hate the very obvious skill checks between bracket. It is immersion breaking imo. I prefer when the dialog is fluid and you try to find the more fitting answer by yourself instead of having a magic win button.
125. Playing Fo2, you are surprised that those lunatics from Nuka Wolrd actually managed to get their own HQ and tons of followers.
126. You were overwhelmed with joy when you found out that each classic games had several actual cities and actual distances between them, unlike the gamebryo episodes that only have one city where everything is at walking distance from everything else.