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  1. White Institute power Arm... oh wait
  2. Guy? Its a girl Especially fun when you dont know/expect it. Gopher passed through there months ago, so dissapointed when they didnt greet eachother
  3. He wants the ads to be taken down, as he doesnt agree with the 'violence as a sport'. He doesnt mind that his song is being used in the game itself as Zenimax had a license for that. Gopher uses about 10 seconds of the song for a non-violent intro(it shows a vaultdoor), so I dont think he has to worry about anything. As for that other case, go on Youtube and search 'Leonard French', he is a copyright lawyer who makes video's on Youtube who actually represents Imago Studio's. Cant get closer to the source.
  4. Honestly, I have no idea how much a penalty it is, I never play survival as I have my own personalized difficulty. I have just heard various people I know complain about it, so it must have been annoying enough. Though some might find it more irritating than others.
  5. Which brings us to another issue(unless it was fixed without me knowing ofc), if one of those molerats infects him...
  6. You can play VR on a 980, I did so until I installed my 1080 recently. And I have the HTC Vive. Unless Skyrim suddenly requires a much better card, but I havent heard anything in that regard, It would surprise me. They promised Fallout VR in June, btw, guess its delayed. As for the topic at hand; I actually have Wolf3d installed on my laptop and still play it(I played it when it was shareware and new in 1991, there was catacomb alleys before that). Just as I have Colonization(a 1994 TBS game) installed right next to Total Annihilation. My old laptop has Morrowind installed. And I really still enjoy those games. More than any sequels that were made and I was a competitive player in RTCW(I enjoyed it but dont play it anymore today), while The New Order' never properly worked for me(what I saw of that game wasnt what I was looking for). The original Wolf3d, while its mechanics are very limited and its graphics medieval is still a game I really enjoy. I have to agree that newer games have new mechanics and options and so forth and they are great, but that doesnt make the old games bad or worse. Just like some people own an oldtimer(a car) and enjoy driving it in the weekend while owning a modern full option car for weekdays. Sometimes, the originals are just very enjoyable, I disagree when Gopher calls them awful, Sorry Gopher. I dont think gaming is in a terrible state either though, I dont think it ever was. As for shady practices; some corporations have done some bad stuff; I dont buy anything Sony for instance. I dont support companies that secretly install rootkits on people's PCs and stuff like that. Other publishers are very very greedy, like Take Two when they say their game is undermonitized, then go after a modding tool that might rival their shark card system, I dont have GTA though. And I dont like Ubisoft either, I stopped buying their games aswell. Their DRM idea's are awful and it wasnt just Assassins Creed for me. I dont really care what others do or what they buy though. Argh, the drums...
  7. Hello Holly, didnt expect you to show up here, welcome.
  8. I think it was this one; Though I have a Minutemen mod aswell. And one that makes Preston less annoying.
  9. The funniest is when a dog runs past five enemies and companion to attack the player in power armour, maybe its the paint or oil but it must smell really bad for them to do that. In Warband singleplayer, bandits and enemy lords only attacked a player if you had a smaller party and low stats. If you had a large(r) party, high renown or a party with high level troops, they run away from you. Really liked that system. In Fallout, settlements with dozens of turrets and heavily armed settlers still get attacked by small raiderparties. I turned settlement raids off for that reason. Solves the problem aswell.
  10. Its one comment with one subject. Everything within it focusses on one specific problem; a bug. So its not about how someone plays the game, its about avoiding an issue that will arise.
  11. Everyone spoilering but noone actually talking about the Tina and Bobby bug. Its certainly more important than what the cat wants. He really needs to avoid reading comments, have someone read them for him and/or have someone assist to help make the right decisions ingame without the assistant giving info that will spoiler it for him. The above-mentioned bug may already have been triggered by now and led to confusion/frustration.
  12. I hope he uses a build limit extender/remover-mod or there wont be many video's
  13. You have him away in previous playthroughs? ... shame on you, I always kept it
  14. The reason the dialog system got so heavily critisized is because you can do it differently, you can have a list with 20 dialog choices you scroll through with your controllers arrow keys or thumb controller or whatever you have on there. A bit like FNV and FO3 did. In one dialog 3 choices, in another 5. Worked well enough. I suppose it just looked nice so they went with it. I agree that consoles have certain limitations and if we'll be honest, they keep back innovation in games. If you have to design every single game to work with hardware like an (upgraded, but still) AMD Jaguar while there is stuff out there that blows it out of the water does limit possibilities and advances.15 years ago games advanced incredibly quickly, new milestones being set all the time. The drawback was that a PC was outdated and unable to play new games within two years, if it did it was on low settings. I spent quite a bit of money upgrading to keep up back then. It inevitably means that some people get left behind because they dont have the cash to spend(by contrast, today a 'potatomasher' isnt expensive at all) so it wasnt really pro consumer and doesnt really help the developers sell more either. Then again, gamers at the time expected to see games advance and innovate constantly, I notice that that isnt true anymore or less important than it used to be. Dont want to be anti console or something like that, just saying what I've seen in the years. Some people buy a new expensive phone every month while I stick to an old phone that I'm really happy with. Not the best analogy but you get the point.
  15. I have to say that I roleplayed in quite a few games and some really were shooters or 'combat simulators'. Roleplaying is something that you can do in a lot of games without those games really being RPGs You will find that a large number of Fallout 4 players see a shooter. And they arent wrong. The one thing I remember when I started playing it was that it was a very smooth combat game. The one thing I missed(and it surprised me a bit, I have to be honest) were the quests that Skyrim had. All the secondary quests combined(Cabot, Silver Shroud, etc) are about as long as Skyrims Civil war questline alone. Its weird considering that Skyrim sold 23 million units(before the appearance of SSE). Then again, FNV had plenty of quests and didnt get more sales than Fallout 3. They consider the two to be seperate, I can understand that. Now that I think about it, I'm fine with that seperation. Thats what it comes down to really, if a different approach doesnt give you different results, you might aswell go back to what you already had. Giving Bethesda the franchise and having them do what they do best; make a shooter. Really, if you ask Bethesda to make a full fledged RPG, you may well get an ugly monster since thats not really something they have any (recent) experience with. And considering that Bethesda was already close to bancrupcy once(then Zenimax took over Bethesda and saved them), I doubt they are going to take any risks and just make more of the same. Nowadays they are just way to famous and way to big to take risks anyways. I can go on for hours about that stuff; Todd Howard who gets more shit than he really deserves or how in this gaming industry making profit is a priority. Ah well, I'll leave that for some other time. The next TES and Fallout games will be more of the same. If you have an interest but dont like what they did with the current Fallout, I suggest you wait until others have bought it and given their 2 cents. If you hear me say 'shooter with RPG elements', you'll know what I meant. I recommend making a character that looks/acts like your girlfriend, I guarantee; its fun and quite the learning experience