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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 4:16 am|| |
Lonesome Road because I really liked the story of it and the new enemy's besides the Tunnelers also Ulysses was just such an awesome enemy.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 4:30 am|| |
I've grown not to hate DeadMoney and even enjoyed it in my last few playthruz, but Lonesome Road has a great atmosphere/setting.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 4:38 am|| |
Lonesome Road is the best DLC in my opinion
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 5:15 am|| |
I think that Old world blues is the best. Where else can you talk to your brain? And the environment was pretty cool, too. I'd also have to second what others have said. Honest Hearts has the best scenery, and there's a mod that makes it even more beautiful. Refines the rock textures. Textures over Time, it is called
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 7:05 am|| |
- @MrObamatron wrote:
- People give Dead Money a lot of flak for being boring, but I enjoyed it very much on a character/dialogue level. Even though Old World Blues is my favorite Dead Money is close behind.
I never finished Dead Money. The tight corridors and buildings felt claustrophobic IMO, but I do agree the dialogue from what I've seen is top notch. My favorite one must be Old World Blues for the same reasons given by the ones above me. I do want to add that OWB had really good loot too and it was wonderfully challenging.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 7:23 am|| |
In my opinion I believe that Honest Hearts is the best DLC because it tells the story of the legendary Malpais Legate also known as The Burned Man or simply just as Joshua Graham. This story also takes a shot of how evil men can redeem themselves by doing some good in the world.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 7:35 am|| |
- @FlamingRangers24 wrote:
- In my opinion I believe that Honest Hearts is the best DLC because it tells the story of the legendary Malpais Legate also known as The Burned Man or simply just as Joshua Graham. This story also takes a shot of how evil men can redeem themselves by doing some good in the world.
I agree with this its so under rated but josh was a true man and through his redemption showed our courier a good life lesson
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 12:05 pm|| |
My vote would have to go to Old World Blues. The writing and voice acting were excellent, the area was filled with interesting secrets, lots of cool new equipment, and the useful sink utilities. I guess a runner up would be Lonesome Road. I liked the general theme of the dlc and the more philosophical conversations with Ulysses, and had some great equipment design.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 12:49 pm|| |
I gotta say Honest Hearts. I loved the tension between Joshua Graham and Daniel. Two men with very dramatically different interpretations of their faith and jobs as "Missionaries." As a philosophy/theology nerd, it was like catnip.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 3:00 pm|| |
I liked Dead Money tbh. I like the survival aspect of it and just how dark and gritty the Sierra Madre actually is. The first time I played through it, when I found the church with the embalming fluid and the corpses the Ghost People were using on the way to the tower, I was actually somewhat disturbed.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 7:02 pm|| |
Lonesome Road. The divide looked awesome, and it was really fun to explore. Also, Ulysses. 'Nuff said.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:20 pm|| |
Has to go to the lonesome road it was just amazing
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:27 pm|| |
I personally loved the Old World Blues DLC. The humorous dialogue and the whole retro Sci-Fi setting is really enjoyable in my opinion.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Sat Aug 01, 2015 2:33 am|| |
I'd have to say that my favorite is Old World Blues, the characters and lot of things were really funny. That toaster and Muggy. I never liked Honest Hearts much save for Joshua Graham, love that character. However, once fallout 4 was announced I decided to do a final play through, but this time on hardcore and no fast traveling, so it sort of changed my opinion about HH. Now I like it, the sheer difficulty of the place and the challenge of it all. It was like hell for me, a beautiful hell at that, and when I beat it...walking back through the cave and into the Mojave wearing that desert combat ranger armor with the survivalists rifle on my back, loaded down with all that loot. The feeling of accomplishment, no other dlc gave me that. Not even Dead Money, and I walked out of there with all the gold bars too.
I have no real opinion on Lonesome Road, because I never played it. On my last play through which was a couple years ago I was getting to the point where I was but something made me quit. I hit some game halting bug, I forget what it was but it prevented me from continuing with the story. However, this time I do intend to play it and beat it, going to finish what I started.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Sun Aug 02, 2015 10:11 pm|| |
Dead Money is my favorite. Great gameplay and story
Old World Blues my 2nd. Good story but bullet spongy enemies.
Honest Hearts my 3rd. White man's burden the DLC
Lonesome Road is the worst of all the Fallout DLC including Fallout 3's. Horrible writing and characters.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Sun Aug 02, 2015 10:51 pm|| |
I loved Dead Money, it's simply the best one, both for story, scenario and characters.
It could have been better if they included a playable part of the map that permit you to climb to the casino instead of the "teleport gate".
The other ones goes:
2-Honest Hearts, simply for the location (and Joshua Graham)
3-Lonesome Road for the story; the location does not give me the right feeling.
4-Old World Blues is kinda boring, especially for the school quests and the armor ones.
All of this comes from a personal opinion and the feelings the DLC gived to me.
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|Subject: Re: What's the Best FNV DLC Mon Aug 03, 2015 6:32 am|| |
Honest Hearts. I love Tribals and Joshua Grayham
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