that is actually one of its stronger points, its very much faction orientated so your choices matter along with how the area turns out long term ala fallout 2Vendor-Lazarus said:Nice to know, thanks! Though I do love me some exploration, is has to be meaningful and piecemeal.small said:very different.Vendor-Lazarus said:Is New Vegas that much different than Original Fallout 3?Johnisback said:No matter how hard I tried Fallout 3 just kept throwing up more and more barriers to my attempts to role play. And for a game that purports itself to be an RPG that's just not right.
Before I played any other Fallouts I would have called it a good game.
After I played Fallout 1 and 2 I would have called it and average game.
Now that I've played New Vegas I call it a bad game.
I've played Fallout 1 & 2 (prefer 2) and 3.
OT: I voted alright. The graphics was too monotone for me, color-wise.
I couldn't bring myself to search every nook and cranny like I did in 2.
Might have something do to with level sections. I can't take it all at once.
Captcha: blaze a trail
it pretty much ignores fallout 3 and is the continuation of the story from fallout 2, with the orientation more towards story and characters rather than exploration, where the third game felt like the bombs had dropped only a few years before hand, new vegas is civilisation clawing its way back
I will have to look into it further.
Oh, does it have sections/stuff you can't do after X thing happens?
I do like consequences of my actions, but it has to be informed ones. At least reasonably informed.
Again, thanks for the info.