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I haven't played Fallout 3 yet, but the way this game apparently railroads you into this ending is downright stupid.
@SimonPetrikov, oh child, please take you’re place on the heretic burning stake
@SimonPetrikov, If you have Broken Steel it doesn’t do this, if that makes any difference. I would highly recommend a playthrough.
@SimonPetrikov, I *think* you can convince the BoS lady to do it for you, but admittedly it’s been nearly a decade since I’ve played so I might be off.
@Ultimatum, Yeah but I hear that everyone - including the narrator - shames you for not making the sacrifice yourself, even if you have a FVCKING SUPER MUTANT who can do it no problem.
@SimonPetrikov, Fallout 3 doesn’t really railroad you here. There are four options. You can send this mutant in if you pass a speech check, you can send your ghoul ally in if you pass a different check, you can go in, or you can send your Brotherhood of Steel ally in.
Fallout 3 was a great game, especially if you had all the DLC.
@I Are Lebo, Because you can play through Operation Anchorage straight away and spend the entire game in Power Armour? 😁
@Nellybert , hell, I go through Operation Anchorage first because that DLC has the best glitch in the game.
You can take stuff out of the simulation if you play your cards right. You can get unbreakable items (sim weapons and armor have nearly infinite durability since you can’t repair in the sim), and you can also get unique items (such as the winterized combat gear).
It’s really hard to pull off, but you can also get an unbreakable Chinese Stealth Suit from inside the sim.
@I Are Lebo, Ah, I didn’t know that. I randomly played that very early on and spent the rest of the game stomping around in Winterised Power Armour. Combined with the Rivet City guy’s plasma rifle and the skill where you get all your action points back if you get a kill in VATS, I was unstoppable.
Except for the swamp folk in Lookout Point - those guys were crazy hard to kill.
@Nellybert , that one was my least favourite of all the DLCs, but it was still fun. It’s hard to go back to 3 now, because I always get frustrated at the lack of sprinting, as well as being unable to modify guns. For all the story and functionality issues of 4 and 76, they did do a good job of improving the gameplay mechanics.
@I Are Lebo, I never played the DLC in 4 - will have to download it and replay the game from the start.
@Nellybert , I loved Nuka World, and Far Harbour was really good
@I Are Lebo, Is there a good order to play the DLC in to get any decent kit?
@Nellybert , not really. A lot of the stuff scales, and none of it was for me obvious as to how to go about it. Honestly, I don’t even remember the other DLC off the top of my head.
The workshop ones were kinda meh, but the rest were worth it. I prebought them as soon as they became available and ended up saving like $30 because of it.
Thank you for the meme Mr. imgonnafúcktherobot!
@almightysto, are you gonna do that on every post i make?
@almightysto, thanks for letting me watch
I’m the opposite, gimme dem hours and allllll the money
Aka hell no