FALLOUT 4 CONFIRMED
FALLOUT 4 CONFIRMED
FALLOUT 4 CONFIRMED
FALLOUT 4 CONFIRMED
Voice actor lines aren't something that gets done first, you'd see a PV or trailer before they even record lines.
He also post this several times in the last few years, it was just extras and shit.
obsidian has to wait for bethesda to make a new game, from their ip they're whoring out, so they can kikestart a couple million so they can resell the same assets and the engine and gameplay mechanics
plus they're going to have to wait for bethesda's modding community to make gameplay improvements to plagiarise
This. I used to think F3 was one of the best open world RPGs, but then I played F:NV and saw how barebones and boring F3 setting was.
F3 is still good, but F:NV is so much better that mkaes F3 seem weaker in retrospect.
Listen, fallout 3 was a good game if a little grey and empty, you can shit all over Skyrim for being grey and empty too all you like, you can say that Fallout NV was better than 3 in every conceivable way, fine.
but in this market, right now, even an empty uninspired bad remake of fallout 3 is going to be better than 90% of the games available, and if it's anything like Skyrim it's going to have mods, and may open the doors for another game like New Vegas.
Just like you could kill Tandi and Harold in Fallout 1.
And how you could kill Marcus, Dr. Henry, the Bishop family, and...Harold in Fallout 2.
There's always been a very vague "canon path" in the Fallout series.
LOOK EVERYONE I POSTED IT AGAIN
LE BETHESDAR IS SO EVIL
You know you will play it even if it is made by Bethesda
>Three Dog will be out of your grasp
>you will never be able to kill him to make the air waves clear
Shouldn't you be working on Skyrim 2?
Sure, I'll pirate it, play it for a few hours, realize it's shit and never play it again until there's a few massive overhauls to fix the plethora of bugs, awful quests, and terrible gameplay choices it will have to make the game somewhat playable just because I really like open world games where I can play as a cute loli. Basically exactly what I did with Skyrim.
He does this a lot. He likes to build hype and say cryptic things about Fallout, Three dog, etc, and in end they had no merit or anything to do with a future fallout game. It feels more like trying to feel relevant.
But Fallout 3 really wasn't good. The world was grey and empty, the gameplay was awful and clunky, the quests were nearly all bland and the dialogue was horribly written. Absolutely nothing about the game was good and nearly everything bad about New Vegas was because it used the same engine/gameplay as Fallout 3.
And being better than complete shit doesn't mean it isn't still shit. It's still going to be shit and I'll be busy with better games at the time.
>there are people who hate Three Dog
I didn't know it was possible.
must really suck to have only done one significant thing in your life for a very small insignificant group of people like 10 years ago and still cling onto that dying light with all your might
>Bethesda's gonna break the lore some more
I just hope they have the decency to stay in the East Coast, it's fairly easy to break all their stupid shit and imagine Harold died off screen instead of magically travelling 2000 miles away from California.
Honestly no, I won't. Skyrim is only good as a mod playground, and Fallout 3 is a disgrace to the RPG genre which even Obsidian couldn't entirely set straight.
I have absolutely no will to play any BGS games ever again.
I mean the engine and the "flow" of combat, for lack of a better term. It's still mostly about tanking damage and spamming heals while out DPS-ing everything else. The movement and aiming are still clunky too.
However, they did improve everything the engine would let them, so I give them credit for that. And they tried their best to make the combat as involved as they could with what they had with the DT system and ammo types and such.
The only thing I'll give them was that he had a unique line for every level and Karma shift of 101's exploits. But that's not really a reflection on him more than the writing.
He was a pretentious douchebag who acted like he was suffering as much as anyone else in the wasteland when he had a fucking entourage of BoS bodyguards. The only 'good fight' he fought was asking other people to do things for him.
Not even John Henry Eden was as full of shit.
I'll admit Fallout 3 was a mess, but it didn't really break much of the lore. Even the idea of part of the Enclave surviving the oil rig incident and moving is plausible, if silly.
The only thing that bothers me lore-wise is
why there's Jet on the east coast
Yeah I know what you mean. I appreciate what Obsidian did with the engine a lot. I've talked to a lot of my modder friends and they keep telling me how much shit Obsidian fixed from FO3's engine. Its quite amazing how much they managed to do in that time window.
>bottle caps used as currency
In the first game, bottle caps were backed by the merchants of the Hub, who had a shit ton of water. This ensured the value of the bottle cap.
Why the fuck are bottle caps of any value in FO3?
Daily reminder that Fallout 3 had better atmosphere and opening sequence than New Vegas. And New Vegas was linear and half the size. Obsidian is a shit and you New Vegas fags are the worst fanbase for any game series ever.
>and imagine Harold died off screen instead of magically travelling 2000 miles away from California
This is what he was supposed to be doing in Van Buren, though, and considering the time gap between 2 and 3 there's no reason he couldn't be in DC by then. My problem is the accelerated growth.
FO2 implied a supercomputer did it. The idea is that everyone is implied to have done it so you have no idea who actually did.
...But is Bethesda capable of that kind of subtlety? I don't know.
I couldn't stand that little shit. All he did was preach about fighting "the good fight" while he literally did fuck all in his stupid little radio tower.
And he has the balls to judge me for actually getting off my ass and doing something in the post-apocalyptic shithole he likes to play shitting vinyls over.
>Slathered with exhausted platitudes.
>Doesn't even attempt to inject any of the fallout feel.
>Bugged so that even as you complete events, they're reported wrong, breaking immersion.
Shit sucks. The only good radio station in Fallout Lore is pic related.
I'll agree with that. I just like his dialogue on the radio. I don't like how his dialogue is a million decibels louder than the music, though.
I also never killed him because I was afraid the music would stop.
And what would they back the value of the bottle cap with? They don't control a majority supply of anything valuable.
It looked better too, the colors actually fit the atmosphere. Lighting in NV was just stupid.
>Myron discovered that the fumes generated from brahmin who had been fed the contaminated protein extract could be used to create a powerful drug. By placing the augmented brahmin dung in large vats, Myron and the Mordinos were finally able to begin producing the potent drug they had been after. About a hundred slaves were killed in initial testing—mostly results of heart attacks, cerebral hemorrhages, and psychotic episodes—but jet was ultimately produced.
Its fucking Jen'kem before the joke ever existed. Holy fuck that's hilarious.
And? It doesn't excuse FO3 at all, just commits the same crime.
NCR was using paper money backed by gold, but the BoS wrecked their gold reserve during the war. Some people have insisted that House was backing the value of the bottle cap with the wealth of the casinos, but I haven't seen it said ingame or confirmed by a developer.
>That speech check.
>That science check.
No where, but I was drawing comparison to the only other radio host. Three dog is alright as a personality, but when I say I prefer him to Mr. New Vegas I really mean that I prefered the music he played.
>it ends up not being confirmation of a new fallout game but a Fallout Soundtrack that features three dog doing some unique voice overs for it.
calling it now. screenshot this.
I do say that this is exciting news. Fallout in the hands of Bethesda Game Studios is quite the treat!
Writing was a shit ton better in NV. Even the main conflict of Ceaser vs NCR was leagues above Brotherhood vs Enclave. The gameplay was a flat improvement. The Pitt was the only thing that even came close to NV dlc, OWB and DM blew it out of the water. And come on man, nobody likes Anchorage or Zeta
>get their supplies from CC caravans
Which they buy with caps, that are backed by the value of the stuff which they are buying, which is bought with caps? There needs to be something backing the currency, as to say "Caps can buy this much of X." In Fallout it was water, which had obvious value, but in FO3 it's nothing. It needs to be medical supplies, or drugs, or cigarettes, or books, or something. You can say the merchants are the ones propping it up, but that's pretty much speculation at this point. It was a stupid oversight on Bethesda's part, simply because they thought it was a 'clever' callback to the first game.
Does anyone seriously think FO3 is better than New Vegas? No one really cares if you prefer Fallout 3, but come on, how is it better in any way?
Just replay in TTW to see it the clear differences in qualities.
FO3 atmosphere was stupid, they just used setting as they please to create fantasy world where bombs just fallen and everything is possible, instead of a story of people trying to live in a new world.
I have never understood why anybody can like him. He's so fucking loud and annoying. I always make sure i kill him. There's so little fucking moral ambiguity in Fallout 3, but just to make sure you realize this they have a black man scream at you and call you an asshole if you don't pick the "Good choice". I fucking hate 3 Dogg. I fucking hate Bethesda. I fucking hate Fallout 3, and i'm probably going to hate Fallout 4.
It makes me unreasonably mad whenever i think of what Bethesda is doing to Fallout. The only good thing that's come of them is that Obsidian got their shot to make New Vegas
New Vegas haters scrape the bottom of the barrel to try to attack the game. I once read a person complaining that the Legion was stupid because no one would dress up my Romans in the post apocalypse. There's just a lot of idiots.
>Tirelessly try to convince the people in Tenpenny tower to let the ghouls in.
>Save-scummed like a casual whore to pass all the speech checks.
>Get the Ghouls in.
>Come back later.
>They're killed everyone.
>"HURR DURR STUPID SMOOTHSKINS WERE MEAN TO US SO WE SHOT THEM!"
>They actually had be going with that 'We're Human on the inside' bullshit.
>Kill every one of them.
Never trusted a Ghoul since. Fuck them.
I disagree with you, friend. Bethesda handled the setting and atmosphere of Fallout 3 with aplomb. And remember that the east coast is different than the west coast so it's unreasonable to expect that both would be exactly the same.
If it's anything like 3 then I'm really not interested.
>you've invested your points into talking and sneaking
>here's a mission where you have to kill 6 very difficult enemies
>you're either the good side or the bad side
>no possible group of people interested in something more than general good and bad
>you have any hardware at all
>have fun not running the game
>soda caps are money
>said soda is everywhere
>counter-fitting is somehow impossible though
>And remember that the east coast is different than the west coast so it's unreasonable to expect that both would be exactly the same.
Indeed, which is why it's so disappointing that Bethesda rehashed Super Mutants, BoS, the GECK and Enclave instead of coming up for original characters, groups, and incidents for the new area. Tranquility Lane was an interesting concept, so were Point Lookout and the Pitt. Why was everything else so unoriginal?
So your saying that there needs to be a central bank like the old gold-stock system?
Capitalism stopped using gold-stock for currency since giving something that can occur naturally in the soil that much value is crazy.
Bottlecaps don't need to have a central bank, really, but it'd be interesting to understand how the bottlecap currency started. I'm guessing it started when collectors really wanted sarsaparilla caps (since that was nation-wide) and that started the currency.
and bottlecaps became a currency since they are no longer made and are hard and expensive to fake.
>There are people who want Obsidians bum ass return for Fallout 4 when Bethesda is superior
>BUT THE CASUAL
>Ignoring the fuck ton of improvement from oblivion to Skyrim
>Ignoring how shit New Vegas was which was the only thing obsodian ever did while Bethesda did Fallout 3
>>Ignoring the fuck ton of improvement from oblivion to Skyrim
The next fallout game allows you to travel between D.C. , Vegas AND and a new location?
Get ready for the Brotherhood of Steel being paladin's of justice again.
As long as they stay in the east coast i'll be fine, but honestly if they took Caesar's Legion and made them Disney levels of evil i would not be surprised in the slightest. I just come to expect such pure incompetency from Bethesda at this point
Everything Obsidian does nearly kills Obsidian.
But I can totally picture somebody at Bethesda corporate getting his panties in a bunch about Obsidian making noise about that metacritic bonus and handing it to id or some other Bethesda B-team studio instead.
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>Ignoring the fuck ton of improvement from oblivion to Skyrim
Are you trying to troll or something?
Arr, ye be needin' to understand that Fallout of course has certain thematic aesthetics that must be kept in or else the series risks losing it's essential Fallout-ness. Bethesda gets this, o' course, so the series is in good hook hands.
>a bunch of retarded talentless nigger faggots control the FO IP
>we will probably get dual pistols and rad powers while a ton of stuff just gets cut out
>shit-for-brains casualfags will gobble it up and praise it as the best game ever
Why even bother with this? We will never ever play a good fallout again.
>So your saying that there needs to be a central bank like the old gold-stock system?
I'm saying it needs to make sense - the bottlecap is worth something because someone who has a valuable resource says it is. The Hub merchants could have picked pretty much anything they wanted, and they picked caps. It was a nice bit of worldbuilding.
In FO3, apparently everyone in the capital wasteland all decided at the same time to start using bottle caps because ???. Why not just have a fucking barter system - trade water and medicine and ammo for someone elses water and medicine and ammo. Imagine the first time someone came up to a guy in D.C. and said "I'll give you these bottle caps for that gun there." He'd look like a fucking idiot.
>Guy talks about how you're fucking up the wasteland
>Actually being surpised that someone would talk about the fuck who nuked an entire town for some bottlecaps and a room.
That was the best part about it. No one else but Three Dog and your father ever question anything you do.
Even if it's wrong the DEFENDERS OF THE WASTELAND don't even fucking question why some asshole who's enslaved people all across the wasteland and murdered every resident in the biggest settlement is helping them.
If anything I wish there was some sort of lockout for quests. It isn't even a good or evil thing. It's more of a "Do these fuckers know he's insane?"
Even worse than all of this is that I just realized I haven't played an open world RPG without some sort of allignment that treated me like an asshole for something I did across the map unless it was some sort of ULTRA SERIOUS BAD THING or something I did excessively.
>took Caesar's Legion and made them Disney levels of evil
Like they were portrayed in New Vegas? They weren't fleshed out nearly enough, dude. Just because Caesar's interesting doesn't mean the group as a whole isn't a bunch of moustache-twirlers.
>the world stopped using Commodity Currency 40 years ago
Weird, I thought we were talking about a fictional setting.
In an actual post apocalyptic 'society', there would be a barter system. If there absolutely had to be a currency, there would be a commodity backing it, because commodities would be incredibly valuable.
If its stupid, "wacky" D.C. again (Hey! Vampires with Flaming Swords!) I'd rather go to Baltimore instead.
I wanna see a civil war between the worshipers of Marty Bass fighting the Cult of Stovall as they snort old bay and dress up like Ravens beating each other with baseball bats.
The best part would be the 7 voice actors they pick having to try to replicate a Bal'd'mor accent.
>Like they were portrayed in NV
they weren't though. You just saw the militant part of the Legion. You get, though scarce, information about how safe their Legion lands are.
Seriously, they're not "lol so evil!"
He fits his role perfectly tho. The poor people starving and getting killed everyday need a charismatic voice to tell them that some good things are happening in the world, even if it is bullshit. It gives them hope in a world that desperately needs it.
I don't understand why people can't just like both in different ways. Fallout 3 and New Vegas are both good and not really directly comparable in my mind.
I disliked New Vegas's massive emphasis on factions. I just want to wander alone, people and all their group safety and strength in numbers shit can just fuck off and leave me alone. It only bothers me because it reflects reality pretty decently, I just want a surreal post apocalypse game where I'm not left to meddle in and weave through rising uneasy social politics. And while the ripple effect of anything I did was interesting, the main quest line felt more like a side quest to me. I wanted to find out why I go shot in the head then left for dead, but didn't really desire to become a part of anything.
If I ever make a survival game, there'll be settlements, to a very limited extent vehicles, but I'll introduce something that cripples any large hierarchical constructions from forming. It's just not fun for me.