The most disappointing moment in FNV
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 9:24 am|| |
- @ashketchup wrote:
- The Second Battle of Hoover Dam felt a little "understaffed". I was hyped for the first time then I finished it and was like "that's it? only a handful of NCR and Legion?". I was expecting an army because Caesar was meant to be a threat to the NCR.
In fact, a lot of things lacked people, like the Legion Raid Camp that was a threat to the NCR but there were like 4 Legion guys there only. Cottonwood Cove was understaffed, a NCR sniper could easily pick off tons of Legion members. McCarran had little people too, considering.
It felt like a lot of NPCs were cut from the game in general.
i think they have trouble guaranteeing that the game will be reasonably stable when they have too many npcs in a cell, especially for people with older computers; i get what you mean though. i thought it was funny in oblivion how the final oblivion gate battle was a handful of people too lol
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 12:26 pm|| |
The most disappointing thing for me in FNV was the fact that there were not a whole lot of weapon choices that i can pick from.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 1:14 pm|| |
You're kidding me right? There were not only tons of different types of pistols, revolvers, shotguns, machine guns, sub-machineguns, rifles, sniper rifles, laser pistols and rifles, even multiplas ones and a plethora of melee weapons, but there was at least one unique weapon for each category to find.
And that's only the vanilla game, not to mention the 4 story-DLC's or Gun Runners Arsenal, which brings 38 new weapons.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 2:00 pm|| |
The last battle... for Hoover dam... It's.... oh i haven't words... just the same as if you play in Skyrim and there are some battles for cities. Just a mash with few of soldiers on both sides.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 2:26 pm|| |
Easily the Hoover Dam battle :L So much preparation for the event and completely nish happened
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 2:46 pm|| |
The moment you reach level 10-14 and you can smash deathclaws with your own hands... being too o.p. makes the game far from a challenge, i wish there were something umbeatable looking after you the whole game , something like "the lich" from adventure time, being pursued by something like that... whoa... it would be the Ultimate Experience,an outlast-fallout experience... crap... that would give you a reason to keep moving and staying alive
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 4:55 pm|| |
The battle of hoover dam was kind of disappointing (besides the boomers napalming the dam). The whole battle was built up to be this epic climax of death and destruction but it ended up being slightly anti climactic. Personally I think it would have been better if the battle started and was ferocious for a short while but both sides were forced to dig in. You would then have to do quests for the commanders in order to break the stalemate and gain some ground on the opposition.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 10:24 pm|| |
When I first ran at Nellis Air Force Base under fire, I thought that I was waiting for a huge firefight with the new enemies or enclave. Imagine my frustration when I saw these bombers and their allusions to the next quests ... Taking into account that during the first playthrough , I tried to play as good and kind character, these bombers angered me with their artillery tricks to such an extent that I picked up my Minigun and... You know what happened next.... My positive karma disappeared...
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Mon May 11, 2015 11:38 pm|| |
When I walked into the Strip for the first time and realized it was 4 casinos and a wall. Or when I realized that the wasteland wasn't half as dangerous as Fallout 3. Or when the "slave trading" hub called cottonwood cove was just a building with a cage and 4 or 5 people in it. Smh so many different let downs even though fallout is still my favorite game series... Maybe I just have too high of an expectation for them sometimes.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Tue May 12, 2015 1:30 am|| |
The fact that they ended up making the strip (a place that if in ruin could have been an amazing battle ground and/or place to explore) a place that is inhabited by a load of people.. that and how underwhelming the strip was in size.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Tue May 12, 2015 2:09 am|| |
I think the most disappointing thing for me was when the game ended and it forced you to either start a new game or load a different save. I loved the Broken Steel DLC in Fallout 3 because it let you keep going after the main story. Also, the factions were all very underwhelming and they didn't at all seem to have a real presence in the Wasteland.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Sun May 17, 2015 3:16 pm|| |
The Battle for Hoover Dam was the most disappointing thing, it felt like there was a lot of build up to it and then it's just a bit of a skirmish. I was looking forward to a big battle
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Sun May 17, 2015 4:39 pm|| |
The final battle, it was too scripted and boring, it was so boring to play, wish there was more to do in it, and more action... oh well.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Sun May 17, 2015 5:13 pm|| |
The Battle of Hoover Dam. There was nothing interesting or cool that happened during it for me. I was hyped up about it too. Disappointing to say the least.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Sun May 17, 2015 5:48 pm|| |
I sadly have to agree on this also,the battle of Hoover dam felt like it was missing so much.
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Sat May 30, 2015 5:10 am|| |
When I got to finish Dead Money DLC and
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Sat May 30, 2015 7:23 am|| |
Most disappointed moment, When I saved the town of goodsprings and wasn't able to recruit Sunny as a companion. I mean was I the only person when I first played game like "So you know how to handle yourself huh?.. You should come with me." lol
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|Subject: Re: The most disappointing moment in FNV Sat May 30, 2015 8:53 am|| |
When my weapon broke in battle, it just feels like they don't love me...
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The most disappointing moment in FNV