Discussion in 'Computers' started by jhonebrin, Feb 13, 2012.
I am creating my new home currently. It´s still in the making so don´t expect too much.
I haven't even gotten around to Fallout 3 or New Vegas yet.
About time then
I did actually start Fallout 3 quite a while back, but I had problems with it crashing and gave up. I'm pretty sure I haven't tried it since I put my newest PC together, though.
I'm playing Saints Row 4 at the moment, and when I'm done I might go back to Assassin's Creed (I have Black Flag waiting to be played), or I still haven't gotten around to playing the Elder Scrolls anthology I bought a long time ago (it's got the 5 games from Arena to Skyrim). I have so many games waiting to be played, I don't know when I'll actually get to Fallout again.
I loved the first 2 Fallout games, but they were very different from the newer versions.
Fallout 3 had a problem with Quadcore CPUs and crashed regularly. Very annoying.
I have been working on my home and Sanctuary, here some pics.
My home, work in progress of course:
I figured out that meanwhile, items normally do not move around and disappear to somewhere. Some still do.
I constructed a bridge from my home to the home of the first settlers:
Visiting Preston´s flat
All flats do not only have light but are directly connected to the electrical grid, so I can later add computers and other fun:
First level corridor:
View from the bridge. Sturges somehow managed to get on that roof:
It´s quite fun to build that settlements and each item built also grants XP. There seems to be no annoying level cap in Fallout 4, btw.
Fallout 3 had SERIOUS problems when it was released. All the bugs have long ago been patched though.
I had very little trouble with Fallout 4 - buying ID did wonders for the Bethesda engine.
That is the main problem that I have with Bethsada - most of their games include massive and wonderful worlds with absolute shit mechanics and quality control. FO3 and all the elder scrolls the community made great games with mods including massive patches that the developers didn't even bother integrating. I find that rather unacceptable. FO4 was one of the first games that did not require many mods to make a good experience though there were always some that made things better. The leveling system was far superior IMHO too.
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