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  • Bilirubin
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Fallout:New Vegas
What a clunky interface. I now understand why I quit it the first time

  • Bilirubin
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Playing drunk however owns. One can stumble around and still find useful shit.

  • tysixtus
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It is the best Fallout after 1 and 2.

  • Bilirubin
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Starting to get the hang of it. Holy hell though, cluuuuuunky UI

Story is cool and the sandbox world is occasionally hilarious

  • tysixtus
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Are you playing it on PC?

  • Bilirubin
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yes

  • ksen
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If you were Steam friends with bili you would have seen him logging on and off Fallout: NV all weekend.

  • Bilirubin
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then there was me opening the launcher then going out of town leaving it open and recording 9 consecutive game hours that never happened because Steam sucks

  • tysixtus
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then there was me opening the launcher then going out of town leaving it open and recording 9 consecutive game hours that never happened because Steam sucks

This is why I have a thousand hours in Dragon Age Origins or whatever.  I mean, I did play a lot of that game, but I also leave stuff minimized for days at a time.

  • ksen
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Yeah, I'm the same way with EU4 and CK2.  I have over 400 hundred hours in both because I tend to leave the games paused and go do something else for awhile.

  • Bilirubin
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Man getting to Novac is a pain in the dick

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what are the best must-have quality/life improvement mods? I've never gotten around to doing any of the DLC and want to fire FO:NV back up.

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then there was me opening the launcher then going out of town leaving it open and recording 9 consecutive game hours that never happened because Steam sucks

excuses for not reading my labmate's thesis, again?

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Reply #13
I am playing fallout 4.

  • ksen
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I am playing fallout 4.
That's pretty good too.  I haven't finished it yet though.  But I enjoy the base building.

The current story-driven game I'm playing is Resident Evil 7.  It's pretty creepy.  It's supposed to have VR support but I can't imagine playing something like that in VR and not having a heart attack or a stroke.

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i hate the base building.  if I wanted to build bases I would play a base building game.  I messed around with it a little bit at first but now I do the bare minimum to get by.

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FO4 has a bad story but is fun as a generic post-apocalyptic shooter.

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I don't hate the story (so far). 

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I am playing Mass Effect Andromeda!

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True story.

  • ksen
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tits or it didn't happen

  • Bilirubin
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then there was me opening the launcher then going out of town leaving it open and recording 9 consecutive game hours that never happened because Steam sucks

excuses for not reading my labmate's thesis, again?
It wasn't ready until yesterday bing bing bong

  • tysixtus
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I am playing fallout 4.
That's pretty good too.  I haven't finished it yet though.  But I enjoy the base building.

The current story-driven game I'm playing is Resident Evil 7.  It's pretty creepy.  It's supposed to have VR support but I can't imagine playing something like that in VR and not having a heart attack or a stroke.

It is pretty good in VR; one of the best VR experiences to date, in my opinion.  And yeah, it is a good amount of scary.

  • Bilirubin
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Anyone have experience modding their New Vegas installs?

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i've modded the shit out of skyrim and they have practically the same engine, but nah

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also this seems as good a place as any to post this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLJ1gyIzg78

  • MikeS
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Only Fallout 3 mods so far.  I haven't even searched for New Vegas.

  • nesb
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Anyone have experience modding their New Vegas installs?

A couple years ago. I remember using an awful gaudy ENB preset with depth of field turned to 11.

  • ksen
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Anyone have experience modding their New Vegas installs?
Head over to Nexus Mods.  They've made it really easy to get and install mods.

  • Bilirubin
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Was more asking about the process. But I muddled through and seem to have things installed and working.

What I really wanted was a mod that improved the autosave system so that I would not accidentially pull an entire faction, go through a door, then get locked into that outcome lest I replay like 5 hours of content (fuck the White Glove Society anyway). But to install that mod I first had to install a mod management system, then an advanced script manager, then the mod I wanted. But it all seems to be working fine in the end.

  • Bilirubin
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And I, er, seem to have bought Fallout 4 on the Summer Steam sale at 50% off

  • ksen
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Was more asking about the process. But I muddled through and seem to have things installed and working.

What I really wanted was a mod that improved the autosave system so that I would not accidentially pull an entire faction, go through a door, then get locked into that outcome lest I replay like 5 hours of content (fuck the White Glove Society anyway). But to install that mod I first had to install a mod management system, then an advanced script manager, then the mod I wanted. But it all seems to be working fine in the end.
Ahhh, this is the power of PC gaming.

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Was more asking about the process. But I muddled through and seem to have things installed and working.

What I really wanted was a mod that improved the autosave system so that I would not accidentially pull an entire faction, go through a door, then get locked into that outcome lest I replay like 5 hours of content (fuck the White Glove Society anyway). But to install that mod I first had to install a mod management system, then an advanced script manager, then the mod I wanted. But it all seems to be working fine in the end.
you need an autosave mod anyway because the base game's autosave system can and will corrupt saves.

use mod organizer: http://www.nexusmods.com/newvegas/mods/42572

Re: Fallout:New Vegas
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Was more asking about the process. But I muddled through and seem to have things installed and working.

What I really wanted was a mod that improved the autosave system so that I would not accidentially pull an entire faction, go through a door, then get locked into that outcome lest I replay like 5 hours of content (fuck the White Glove Society anyway). But to install that mod I first had to install a mod management system, then an advanced script manager, then the mod I wanted. But it all seems to be working fine in the end.
Ahhh, this is the power of PC gaming.
modding is the game :getin:

  • ksen
Re: Fallout:New Vegas
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And I, er, seem to have bought Fallout 4 on the Summer Steam sale at 50% off
You can get Shadow of Mordor GOTY edition for around $5.00.  Well worth it and runs great on the PC.

I bought a walking simulator, Homesick, which while quite short (just over 2 hours) had a great soundtrack.  I also bought this weird game called The Cat Lady about a woman that commits suicide but gets sent back by an old lady she meets named Queen of Maggots to violently deal with "parasites" that Queen of Maggots wants dealt with.  It's basically a point and click but the style is really weird.

The Cat Lady trailer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOyuMltA1qA
  • Last Edit: July 03, 2017, 11:02:03 AM by ksen

  • Bilirubin
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Re: Fallout:New Vegas
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Was more asking about the process. But I muddled through and seem to have things installed and working.

What I really wanted was a mod that improved the autosave system so that I would not accidentially pull an entire faction, go through a door, then get locked into that outcome lest I replay like 5 hours of content (fuck the White Glove Society anyway). But to install that mod I first had to install a mod management system, then an advanced script manager, then the mod I wanted. But it all seems to be working fine in the end.
you need an autosave mod anyway because the base game's autosave system can and will corrupt saves.

use mod organizer: http://www.nexusmods.com/newvegas/mods/42572
I am using both it and LOOT

Re: Fallout:New Vegas
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let me know when you start using FNVEdit to make custom patches, buddy!

  • Bilirubin
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Re: Fallout:New Vegas
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I could cry was running through Vault 22 and CASM was making backups left and right. Nothing can go wrong now :unsmith: