History VideoGame / Fallout

19th Jul '17 11:04:28 PM kome360
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** ''Fallout 4'': If you were disgusted by them, you and your army storm The Institute and blow it up with its own reactor. If you decide to side with them, then you fight the Brotherhood of Steel at [[spoiler:their airbase and hijack Liberty Prime to see their airbase as a giant communist carrier]]. "Boom".
17th Jul '17 5:24:28 AM razorrozar7
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* LuckStat: Puts the L in SPECIAL. Increases your chances at {{critical hit}}s, positive RandomEncounters and all sorts of other nice things. In ''New Vegas'', one dialogue option for characters with high enough Luck lets you successfully ''guess'' a password off the top of your head. [[ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish And it's not even "swordfish"]]; another lets you '''perform brain surgery''' with a tiny fraction of the Medicine skill you'd need otherwise. Getting it up to 8 or 9 will allow you to clean house at the Blackjack tables.

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* LuckStat: Puts the L in SPECIAL. Increases your chances at {{critical hit}}s, positive RandomEncounters and all sorts of other nice things. In ''New Vegas'', one dialogue option for characters with high enough Luck lets you successfully ''guess'' a password off the top of your head. [[ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish And it's not even "swordfish"]]; another "swordfish"]]. Another lets you '''perform brain surgery''' with a tiny fraction of the Medicine skill you'd need otherwise. Getting it up to 8 or 9 will allow you to clean house at the Blackjack tables.
17th Jul '17 5:23:28 AM razorrozar7
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* LuckStat: Puts the L in SPECIAL. Increases your chances at {{critical hit}}s, positive RandomEncounters and all sorts of other nice things. In ''New Vegas'', one dialogue option for characters with high enough Luck lets you successfully ''guess'' a password off the top of your head. [[ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish And it's not even "swordfish"]]... Getting it up to 8 or 9 will allow you to clean house at the Blackjack tables.

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* LuckStat: Puts the L in SPECIAL. Increases your chances at {{critical hit}}s, positive RandomEncounters and all sorts of other nice things. In ''New Vegas'', one dialogue option for characters with high enough Luck lets you successfully ''guess'' a password off the top of your head. [[ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish And it's not even "swordfish"]]..."swordfish"]]; another lets you '''perform brain surgery''' with a tiny fraction of the Medicine skill you'd need otherwise. Getting it up to 8 or 9 will allow you to clean house at the Blackjack tables.
24th Jun '17 2:32:58 PM nombretomado
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* WebGames: Bethesda created a demake of ''Fallout 3'' for browsers. The graphics are 8-bit style and similar to the early ''DragonQuest'' games. The demake is currently only in Japanese, but it's fascinating: http://www.bethsoft.com/jpn/fo/fo_quest/index.html

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* WebGames: Bethesda created a demake of ''Fallout 3'' for browsers. The graphics are 8-bit style and similar to the early ''DragonQuest'' ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' games. The demake is currently only in Japanese, but it's fascinating: http://www.bethsoft.com/jpn/fo/fo_quest/index.html
19th Jun '17 2:24:09 AM rmctagg09
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* GreatOffscreenWar: ''Fallout 3'''s ''Broken Steel'' DLC had the East Coast Brotherhood of Steel's war against the Enclave, in which the Lone Wanderer gets involved only at the tail end of said war. While ''New Vegas'' has a number of events mentioned, like the First Battle of Hoover Dam as well as the crushing defeat of both the West Coast Brotherhood and Enclave at the hands of the NCR. All of which have lasting repercussions by the time the Courier enters the picture.

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''Fallout 3'''s ''Broken Steel'' DLC had the East Coast Brotherhood of Steel's war against the Enclave, in which the Lone Wanderer gets involved only at the tail end of said war. While ''New Vegas'' has a number of events mentioned, like the First Battle of Hoover Dam as well as the crushing defeat of both the West Coast Brotherhood and Enclave at the hands of the NCR. All of which have lasting repercussions by the time the Courier enters the picture.
18th Jun '17 5:03:51 PM Mr.Bubbles
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** The Resource Wars are one for the series as a whole. Between 2050 and 2077, conflicts in the mid-to-late 21st century broke out in response to the decline of oil. Major events include the U.S. destabilizing and invading Mexico, the collapse of the United Nations, the European Commonwealth invading the Middle East and waging war for eight years before pulling out when the wells dry up, which was followed up by a civil war; China invading Alaska, and the U.S. annexing Canada before retaking Anchorage and sending troops into mainland China. {{Justified}} since this took place over 200 years ago.
14th Jun '17 1:43:45 AM TheHoff779
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** ''Fallout 4'' downplays it's Critical Hits to merely double-damage attacks that can't be triggered during regular combat, but instead are manually triggered during V.A.T.S. attacks where they guarantee that an attack will hit it's target. Certain weapon mods can increase Critical damage and a number of perks allow the player to store more criticals or even gain criticals outright on a V.A.T.S. kill.
1st Jun '17 5:42:25 PM highlander.ii
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** Also in Fallout 1, [[spoiler:once you finish the water-purification chip quest, that's not the end.]]
31st May '17 5:23:55 PM DrakeClawfang
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** "War. War never changes." Specifically, war is always fought for the same fundamental reasons (resources, greed, ideals, etc.) and has the same destructive results, no matter the state of the world or the methods. Also changed in the ''New Vegas'' DLC ''Lonesome Road'' to "war never changes, but men can".

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** "War. War never changes." Specifically, war is always fought for the same fundamental reasons (resources, greed, ideals, etc.) and has the same destructive results, no No matter the state of the world or civilization, humanity will always be driven to war with itself again, and always for the methods. Also changed in the ''New Vegas'' DLC same fundamental reasons; resources, greed, ideology, etc. ''Lonesome Road'' amends the saying to "war never changes, but [[HopeSpot men can".can]]."
31st May '17 5:20:48 PM DrakeClawfang
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''[[TvTropesWillRuinYourLife Tv Tropes was never suppose to save anyone.]]''

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''[[TvTropesWillRuinYourLife Tv Tropes was never suppose supposed to save anyone.]]''
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