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The shit you guys said about the combat mechanics not working well enough must be console only.
I had absolutely no problem with any combat aspect of the game playing it on ze pc.
"Obsidian is the master of making garbage games"
My god man, how ignorant can one be? Obsidian has a track record of buggy games, sure, but their dialog and story is often so good that even Bioware should be ashamed of themselves. Then again, Bioware should be ashamed of themselves anyway, going through a downward slope under EA's wing
I've played every TES game since Daggerfall...Oblivion HUGELY disappointed me with its drastic dumb down for the consoles to get people onboard with RPGs.
Does Skyrim hearken back to the Daggerfall/Morrowind complexity and depth of gameplay? Or does it just feel like a retard RGP experience like Oblivion? Also will it feel too much like Fallout 3 or Fallout NV?
to be honest after playing Fallout 2 it was an big disappointment to me. The ai and npc problems killed the game for me. Story and gameplay was overrated to me. The ending of the story was just a few slides. Never felt like I changed anything. It was worth beating it once but NEVER again will I play FO2. At least in FO3 you could see the price your actions had in the long run.
Hey! What about me!? I was the star of the show!
But in all seriousness, the most memorable characters, off the top of my head, are probably Moira, Amata, Butch, Stanislaus Braun (whom you mentioned), Allistair Tenpenny (hah, I love that guy), Harold (though technically he isn't exclusive to F3), Overseer Almodovar, Fawkes, and of course Three Dog. Speaking of dogs, Dogmeat was also pretty awesome. And speaking of companions, Sergeant RL-3 was fucking great, though he was pretty stereotypical of the Mister Gutsy model. I loved those two, though. Oh, and there was Dave from the Republic of Dave. He was pretty funny, too.
Of course, I've played the shit out of Fallout 3, so my memory is probably better than most. Only... I can't help but feel I'm forgetting someone...
Oh yeah, who could forget LIBERTY GODDAMN PRIME!?
Wow, I listened to this review twice since it was posted and missed my cue for Training Day reference #260
@John Henry Eden
I just find barely any of the characters memorable and unable to carry the the events of the story. There were a few decent ones but they were barely in it. Fawkes was decent character-wise but they couldn't be bothered using her to give the non-fallout players feedback on the story involving the master and the creation of the super mutants. The only mention of him was a conversation between two super mutants. Anyways Three-Dog and that guy in charge of the virtual world were decent. But that's really it.
Well, you got me there. I can't argue Fallout 3's ending is good, or even decent. I guess it might be more of a personal thing, at least for me, but I really can't agree with anything else you just said. Although I'm curious what characters you're referring to who are so unlikeable in Fallout 3.
Yes it had no feel. It looked like any other apocalyptic world. This 1950s thing was just used in the Vault, advertisments, the radio and Mr. Handy. Everywhere else, just a bland and barren wasteland that doesn't stand out. New Vegas succeeded in this by actually having likable characters and connected enough to the Fallout canon, unlike 3. And we see the 1950s in this better through the NCR's mindset along with how Vegas looks the way it did in the 50s. And you feeling connected in all of this through your decisions instead of a shoe-horned-in choice at the end.
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