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Discussion in 'Wasteland Discussion' started by Proletären, Aug 28, 2020.
There was to be a hotel in Wasteland 2 where people could have a last meal, and then commit suicide in the forest behind it.
It was a tradition that started after the nuclear war happened and the hotel guests decided to commit suicide.
Every night I pray for hair and hats together, guess I'm gonna pass on this one...
Cheyenne Mountain? Stargate confirmed!
The last DLC for Wasteland 3, Cult of the Holy Detonation, was released today.
Funny, I was thinking today about Wasteland 3 and when the new DLC would be released.
So did the Faders and Cheyenne Mountain also make it in?
Edit: oh at least Cheyenne Mountain does.
Someone on Youtube was so kind of uploading all the story parts so that I could find out what it is about.
I have to say that it is personally not much to my interest, the storyline that is.
Not just the Cult of the Holy Detonation, but also that of Steeltown and Wasteland 3 itself.
I would really like to explain why here but I am going to have to think about it.
So it would have to be gameplay that would have to make me interested in playing Wasteland 3, and that unfortunately is also not my taste.
I am not saying that it is bad, but I am not that big of a fan of tactical combat on its own. That is why I also never played Jagged Alliance.
Almost a spoiler but not quite;
I think I would have found it a little more interesting if the original idea of the Faders had been used instead for Cheyenne Mountain, and that this would just have been a regular location instead of a DLC location.
They would have been cliche in their own way, but I did not find the mutant cults such an improvement.
InXile asks on twatter which the best ending is. Do we have an opinion?
I did the Cordite ending where you expand into Kansas but I would side with the Patriarch if I had to do it over again.
Interesting. I did Ranger's ending but would like to see how the others go. I think you can side with Liberty? Which sounds like it could be interesting if the right amount of content is there.