- Jul 12, 2012
Occasionally I keep on a crappy set of armor because I like the way it looks in RPG's.
It was very much possible to get through the Dead Space-games using only the plasma cutter without almost any particular difficulty.Alcamonic said:Going through Dead Space 1 and 2 using only the plasma cutter, did upgrade it though.
Not sure if that is really any feat, considering that thing is incredibly powerful at cutting. But it added a bit of tension during hordes of enemies.
Should add it was only on normal difficulty.
Fallout is one of the best for this. I played a psycho one time, where all I carried were a straight razor, or things similar. I had to hide bodies unless they were near my house, in which I arranged them decoratively. Then there was that guy who was a pedophile (the fourchan post), but putting different personalities on Fallout characters is fun.maninahat said:I impose all kinds of crazy rules. Like with Fallout: New Vegas, I had a rule that said I wasn't allowed to loot bodies or loot containers, unless I needed vital quest items. Really increases the challenge until you start making real money through the quests. Then I had a "retard run", in which I made the stupidest character possible, and contrived to always produce the worst possible outcome to any quest. It's interesting seeing the hilarious stuff you can do; especially as it's the kind of thing you never get to see on a sensible play through. Finally, I did play throughs in which I designed my characters to resemble team fortress 2 classes, restricting them to the same clothes, weapons and behaviour.