Thrasher said:Damaramu said:I started Fallout New Vegas. I bought the two disc 360 version that comes in an Xbox One box though since it's all backwards compatible and stuff.
I didn't realize the DLC was all on the second disc and I needed to install it first. Ugh. I'm 13 hours in. I'm sure all the DLC will still be good because I have a long way to go. I don't think I missed out on anything.
Dead Money can be challenging but very fun. Honest Hearts is very scenic. Old World Blues is great. I wasn't a big fan of Lonesome Road.
You know. I remembered it taking a while when I was younger to get to Vegas. I feel like I got to Vegas in record time this play through but I look up and I've completed a ton of quests and I'm level 17. It doesn't feel like I've been playing that long though.
I always tell myself I'm going to be a scumbag but then I become a good guy. I usually play Elder Scrolls as a meathead with a two handed sword and I always play Fallout with a very very high speech and talk my way out of most things. I feel I didn't have that option as much in Fallout 4 as it seemed to be more action oriented, but with this I'm talking my way out of situations and getting what I want left and right without having to go on fetch quests. I may end up redoing the game as a complete degenerate later and use my skills to constantly lie. But I feel if I get in good with Caesars Legion it's going to be really hard to do anything else in the game.
I may have said it in a different thread but I let the Powder Gangers off the hook way back when I first played and got the ending cutscene telling me they were terrorizing the waste. I told myself not to do it in the future and what did I do? I let the Powder Gangers off the hook again........