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  1. As a huge fan of RPGs and specially open world games, what is your opinion on the Fallout series? I'm a huge fan of fantasy games, but a big fan of post-apocalyptic and sci-fi games too. Fallout series is special to me, specially Fallout 2. Now most new people would probably not play Fallout 2, but at the time it came out, it was such an awesome game. You could do so many things, the map was quiet big and the karma system was amazing. The new Fallout games; Fallout 3 and Fallout NV weren't bad, but I prefer Fallout NV over Fallout 3 as it felt more lore friendly. There were some music themes added from Fallout 2 and even some characters. I loved the Enclave design in Fallout NV more than in Fallout 3 for the same reason. Fallout NV had the original Enclave armor and it looked just more bad ass. What I probably loved about Fallout 2 the most was so many features and yet such an old game. The amount of perks, skills you could have was astonishing. Not to mention the game had quiet a rich story, good quests...they felt very authentic. One quest that kind of just always comes to mind is when in Klamath people talk of some spirit in the canyons emitting lights and scaring people and then when you go out to explore, you find a robot instead...which wasn't that friendly. Fallout 2 is still probably my favorite, but rest of them weren't bad at all. If you have never played Fallout 2 btw, you should. Specially if you like post-apocalyptic games, it has tons of features, it's a very rich game. I can't even believe it's so old, but so awesome. Don't forget to Google out for Fallout 2 Restoration Project if you decide to play the game for the first time or just simply re-play it. =) Also if you have some cool experiences in those games, please share them. =D
  2. One thing that I've noticed ever since the forums have started is the Angry Army's overall love for the Fallout franchise. Coincidentally enough I recently found Fallout: New Vegas...... I was bored out of my mind, and I honestly don't know why because it has everything I love. It has a character creator, a vast of open world, tons of likable character, and pretty much just let's you do what ever you want. So I wanted to ask the Angry Army if New Vegas is the best Fallout game for new players, I have heard more praise for Fallout 3, so I might try that.
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  4. I decided to make a Fallout 4 wishlist video since Fallout 3 and New Vegas are both 2 of my favourite games. None of my ideas and suggestions are too specific or far-out so I can imagine that Bethesda (or whoever actually ends up making the game) including many of these features. http://youtu.be/V5je-MER0kU I cant wait for an actual announcement of Fallout 4 but until then it will be fun to discuss what we want to see.
  5. I don't know if anyone has brought this up yet or not (I have looked and I haven't found one yet) but I have an insane idea for a game I would love to pitch to Bethesda and Obsidian (doubt I ever will but hey I can try right?). I have taken a lot of thought on it and I still haven't ironed out all of the issues, but I want to see what you guys thought. What if we had one game where the country of Tamriel was fused with the American Wastland? Or in lamen's terms, what if the worlds of Elder Scrolls and Fallout collided for one game? With the technology I have seen in all of the Fallout games (especially New Vegas in the Big MT) and the magics of the Elder Scrolls games it could theorectically possible to see a breach between these worlds and a gateway between them open up. For example some scientists try to harness the power to open up and escape from their world while on the other side some Daedric Lord is convincing a cult to use and Elder Scroll to open up a portal to another world and BAM! We have a fusion of the worlds. Not perfect but a basic idea thrown out there. For gameplay to balance out guns vs swords obviously the tear in reality may make some technology and magic go into flux. Arcane weapons and armor may be highly resistant or immune to energy weapons but magic may also be out of control and not function the way it used to. We could also see some hybrid technology like a gun that fires bolts fused with fire, electricity, radiation, ect. I mean creative ideas for tech could be limitless. We also could see new creatures and even new "races". Like Super Mutant versions of Mer (Elf) races, Mutanted trolls, ghoulified Khajit, Securitrons with Orc brains, Vampiric Raiders, etc. As I said it would be an interesting concept to work on. I could even see Cybernectic Dragons if the story could permit it. It also be interesting to see how the various factions and races would react to this breach. Like the Brotherhood of Steel taking arcane artifacts and weapons along with technology. The Aldmeri Dominion being besiged by Super Mutants and going into a genocidal killing spree. And new factions appearing with new agendas and new motivations (One I came up with was the Brotherhood of Blades which was made up of a renegade group of Blades and BOS trying to close the breach). The possibilites are endless. So what do you guys think? Am I just insane or does this sound like a good idea? Heck if you have some creative concepts for this please share it. I would love some feedback and especially some random creative ideas. Hope you enjoyed reading this and I hope to hear back from you guys.
  6. Removed from catalog: Fallout 1, 2, & Tactics I copied this text from GOG.com Today, we bid farewell to the legendary post-apocalyptic 2D classics. Due to circumstances beyond our control, we needed to pull the three classic Fallout games, that is Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics, from sale and remove them from our DRM-free catalog. These classic titles have been with us since day one, that is for over 5 years now, and they were always one of the highlights of the selection of games that we offer. There are very few titles in the history of computer role-playing games, that have had so much impact on the gaming landscape, players' expectations, and even the popular culture. The iconic setting, the memorable quotes, and unparalleled amount of fun and challenge these games provide--it's all burned in the memory of a whole generation of gamers. Probably even more than just one generation. It was an honor to have you here, Fallout. Take good care of yourself out there, try not to mistake a gecko for G.E.C.K. (not even remotely the same thing!), and remember to take your Rad-X pills! All those who acquired Fallout, Fallout 2, or Fallout Tactics on GOG.com prior to the date of removal (that is before Tuesday, December 31st 2013, at 3:59PM GMT), will still be able to download the games' install files (as well as the bonus content) via the "My Games" section of their user accounts. Gift-codes for these three games acquired in our recent giveaway are no longer valid. However, if you own a gift-code for any or all of them that was purchased outside of the said giveaway, you'll still be able to redeem it in the foreseeable future. We sincerely apologize for all the inconvenience this situation may have caused you. We invite you to browse through 671 other fantastic titles offered in our DRM-free catalog of the best games in history, and we wish you a Happy New Year of gaming! Link to the article: http://www.gog.com/news/removed_from_catalog_fallout_1_2_tactics Follow GOG Twitter for more information. https://twitter.com/GOGcom
  7. Just seeing people's opinion of the series, I think it's really good.
  8. What is your favorit RPG of all time? My favorit RPG is Fallout New Vegas, Dark Souls and The Elder Scrolls: Chapter II Daggerfall.
  9. I know this should be on the Bethesda forums, but I wanted to know what the Angry Army thinks. I am a huge fan of the Fallout games and I have been playing them since I was a kid back in the mid 90's. Heck Fallout 3 won game of the year in 2008 and Fallout New Vegas won some awards but wasn't as good as Fallout 3. I bought an XBOX ONE because I want top of the line graphics to play all of my games on (mostly Bethesda and a few other game developers). There has been nothing but rumors and hearsay about "Fallout 4" as most people are calling it. The guy who plays Three dog in Fallout 3 has said that "There will be more of the dog coming soon..." That was last year. I was hoping that they would announce the name or a teaser trailer or something small like that by now! It is rumored that it will be in Boston. It could be in Mexico for all I care. As long as they use the compatibility from the XBOX ONE and PS4 to it's full extent. Well that's my opinion. Take the poll and reply if you agree or don't agree. I just had to get that out there.
  10. yep there giving away these games on: http://www.gog.com/ 24 hours left so be quick guys thank me later
  11. In light of the recent Fallout 4 hype, I've found myself reincarnating my Fallout experiences, be it Fallout 3, New Vegas, or the original two. While playing, I remembered Operation Anchorage, DLC for 2008's Fallout 3, was my first ever piece of DLC I had bought. It brought up a discussion in my head (I'm not crazy) as to which DLC I liked the most from Fallout 3 and New Vegas. This is obviously opinion based and may not reflect your choices. Favorite DLC Fallout 3: Point Lookout I chose Point Lookout because there's something about backwater towns with secrets that gets into my head. And also dolls, dolls are scary shit. Point Lookout made me feel cold, and isolated from society, mainly because of the many inbreds with shotguns trying to kill me. I didn't want to go back as the island played on my deepest fears (dolls, zombies, swamp creatures, inbreds with guns, death), but often found myself hoping onto the river boat for the novelty that Point Lookout provides. With the voodoo vibe, and the ghouls, and the dolls, it is truly a unique experience that I think every Fallout fan should enjoy. Favorite DLC Fallout New Vegas: Old World Blues Old World Blues took this one because I love the 50's sci-fi aspects that compose the DLC. With a twisted sense of humor, and science experiments gone wrong, you'll constantly find yourself pitted against enemies that seems only a person eating mushrooms could think of, but that's why I love it. The characters and the enemies are so vibrant and imaginative. The world, the atmosphere, the characters, the weapons, the back-story, it all plays out like some B-rated sci-fi flick from the 50's that tugs on my sweet spot. If you liked the original War of the Worlds, you'll love this. So, those are my favorite Fallout DLCs, with explanations as to why I think they kick-ass. Feel free to comment on which one is your favorite from Fallout 3 or New Vegas, or both. As well as anything you can think of that should be incorporated into Bethesda's next Fallout development, or anything you think should return from the previous fallout games.
  12. Grave news, Apparently the site survivor 2299, which for a long time was assumed to be some kind of ARG or teaser site for the long awaited fallout 4, was indeed a hoax. The Site, which contained numerous Morse code transmissions and anagrams which revealed messages about the mysterious institute and an attack on vault 119, was confirmed a hoax by its creator, the WONDERFULLY named DcHoaxer. It costed about 1000 dollars for this sham to be created. sources:http://guardianlv.com/2013/12/fallout-4-survivor-2299-an-elaborate-hoax-bethesda-disappoints-fans/ http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/388434-fallout-4-survivor-2299-site-a-hoax-cost-1000-to-create/?photo=2 EDIT: Made this before I saw the other posts, disregard if you want.
  13. Yes they're both made by the same company and have very similar play styles, but both have different charms to them
  14. In the 30 or so years of gaming, there have been many games that have forced us to make tough decisions, will you go paragon or renegade? which crew member will you sacrifice? will you kill a friendly dragon for crimes long past or spare him, and alienate your supposed friends? There are those decisions that you really don't wanna make, that inevitable decision that will cost you dearly one way or the other, so I wanna know, in all your years as a gamer, what was the hardest decision that you guys had to make in any game ever?
  15. http://thesurvivor2299.com/ this site supposedly is owned by Zenimax and has morse code (not sure what it says) but do you guys really think it may be a Fallout 4 teaser and or have more info about it
  16. If you somehow fall on this topic and more unlikely you care enough to reply, tell me which franchise Elder Scrolls or Fallout is better and why?
  17. http://thesurvivor2299.com/ Fallout 3 = Year 2277 "The Lone Wanderer" Fallout:New Vegas = Year 2281 "The Courier" Fallout 4 = Year 2299 "The Survivor" Thoughts on this? personally if it does turn out to be the real thing i will lose my shit xD aha apparently the morse code is a date: 11.12.13 (EU Date)
  18. http://thesurvivor2299.com/ The morse code and the timer appear to mean December 11, 2013. The numbers 2299 are interesting... take a look at this timeline. 2161: Fallout 1 begins 2241: Fallout 2 begins 2277: Fallout 3 begins (James leaves Vault 101) 2281: Fallout New Vegas begins And "The Survivor" is a familiar naming scheme if you think about it... The Vault Dweller The Chosen One The Lone Wanderer The Courier
  19. I like Fallout a lot so here's a thread where we can all meet fellow Fallout fanatics. Which game's your favorite? Who are some of your favorite characters? Any ideas on how a new Fallout should be handled? Tell it here. My favorite Fallout is New Vegas, I'd say. It was an immense, yet buggy game, that I have spent way too many hours in alongside Fallout 3. Always gotta give respect to the original games though, Fallout 1 and 2 were fantastic.
  20. Looking into the future of one of my favorite franchises ever, where do you think Bethesda or Obsidian should go with Fallout 4? Here's my opinion. 1) New York City: While it would be mostly urban, think about walking through some bombed out skyscrapers. A gray sky with the obelisk-like shadows of skyscrapers long abandoned by civilized humans. Also, Central Park could be a major area, you could bring back the metro system with the NY Subway, and you could have some great vertical gameplay when you think of the skyscrapers as combat zones. They could do this well, especially with next-gen technology. 2) New Orleans: you want a creepy swamp style Fallout? Did you like Point Lookout? Then maybe you would want Fallout to be in New Orleans. New Orleans could be a great misty area. with ruined buildings covered with vines and flooding with water. Think about ghouls that run at you in the night while you explore one of those areas. Bethesda could do a great, and probably scarier Fallout title if they took ti here. 3) Maine/Canada: I don't know about you, but I want to find out more about the Canadian Annex in Fallout lore. What about a game that starts in upper Maine and branches into Canada. You could see the old trenches from where the Canadians put up a final fight before being annexed. If in Maine/Canada, it could also give new meaning to "nuclear winter." 4) Hawaii: Okay, this one's a stretch. But what if Hawaii was bombed along with the rest of the US. Think in terms of ash blowing through the palm trees, a real nightmarish paradise gone to hell. Hawaii was filled with resorts in the 40's and 50's, who could say it wouldn't change in 2277? Any other ideas? Thoughts, post-apocalyptic comments? Feel free to chime in!