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Corakus
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11:55:40 AM Apr 29th 2013
There's an entry under the Fallout section that reads like this.

"This is also because Fallout 3 scaled the health and damage resistance of enemies to your level. Fallout New Vegas avoids this by 1) removing the scaling and making levels actually mean something and..."

Firstly, this is incorrect.The enemies in Fallout 3 replace each other instead of scaling by health, which it says on the Fallout 3 page and the Level Scaling page.Secondly, the tone for it sounds condescending, "making levels 'actually' mean something".Anyone who's played Fallout 3 will tell you that the game starts pretty difficult but gets much easier later on in the game due to how much you improve with each level, and how much more controlled the level-scaling is.This hate dumbing behavior seems to be pretty common on T Vtropes.Is it possible that maybe I can read about Fallout 3 without seeing an entry right underneath it that describes how much better New Vegas is?Popular opinion on New Vegas is that it's slightly better than FO 3 but still more or less the same.So why is it that I constantly see all these incredibly biased comments bashing Fallout 3 where ever I go?I feel like I'm on a forum for NV fans, not T Vtropes.
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