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Discussion in 'NMA News and Information' started by The Dutch Ghost, Aug 15, 2016.
To the people who played the beta test, their a level cap to nuka world?
There's no cap in the base game and Nuka World won't add it.
And I think it starts at lvl20. I was somewhere at 40 and got the radio signal immideately.
You can start the DLC at any level simply by going to the monorail.
But the DLC is recommended for players level 30+
So why are you here then if you know this may turn out like an echo-chamber? Why go out of your way to argue with people and give off the impression that you don't want to listen to their arguments?
It's possible for fans of a series to want more from the series they like. Games can be more than simple fun; they can tell stories of depth and complexity with the benefit of interact-ability. It's demeaning to the medium to regard games as only capable of being fun since they work as a story-telling medium that are just as good as any other medium.
Way to cop-out of that debate there. The games still have some degree of reality with their established rules and norms so verisimilitude is still applicable to the games.
Thanks for the fast reply! I had wanted to do a Raoh(HNK) play through and avoid the main quest to become a raider overlord of sorts.
Perhaps he doesn't understand his own physiology?
To answer Someguy37's points regarding other examples of unusual or strange things in the Fallout universe, the Vault experiments stretched credulity, but Caesar's reason for adopting Roman-based uniforms and rules for his Legion at least doesn't violate common sense or simple reasoning (which is foremost that it's something that seems foreign and striking among everything else), and the Think Tank is crazy because of Mobius' interference. They weren't always that crazy.
Originally I came here because someone on 4Chan pointed a link to this thread laughing about how annaly devastated NMA was yet again about something trivial, and when I saw the complaints about the military hardware, and since I knew why it was there, I figured I might as well explain why its there, since I know no one here would actually pay enough attention to whats said in game to find out for themselves, and then start spreading another meme that would eventually spill over to reddit and 4chan, which I honestly didn't feel like correcting many times in the future.
Entirely false, that position is held by New Vegas
Fallout 4: 84 on PC, 87 on Ps4, 88 on Xone
Total average = 86.3
New Vegas: 84 on PC, 84 on X360, 82 on PS3
Total Average = 83.3
User Score begs to differ.
Still the lowest rated Fallout game ever made on Steam. Still the lowest rated BGS game ever made on Steam.
I guess those negative reviewers don't understand their own physiology either.
Whatever you say, bro. Clearly you're the holder of the supreme knowledge when it comes to understanding fiction.
It appears I simply didn't understand my physiology.
I can only speak about the Bright Followers, the Legion, the Khans, and the Kings, since most of those things you mentioned have ot do about Fallout 2 and NV DLC I haven't played.
The Bright Followers are just that, followers of Bright. A guy who is a non-feral Glowing Ghoul, which is something special in and of itself. And the guy is delusional, because his "visions upon visions" mean nothing if you decide to crash his flock into the ground.
The Legion is fairly well explained by Caesar himself: modeled after the real Roman legion. The Khans, I don't know who they are modelled after, but they seem like a perfectly reasonable tribal culture. The Kings, again, make sense: they were a couple of guys who found this place of worship, and modelled themselves after Elvis.
How those post-apocalytpic cultures compare to pre-War "best scientists in the world" working on a flavored drink is beyond my reasoning. I can suspend my disbelief only so far. I don't buy Clark Kent's disguising glasses, and I don't buy best scientists in the world working on Nuka-Cola, because I don't buy best scientists in the world working on Coca-Cola.
You mean the scores known to be frequently raided for many AAA games by people from the /v/ and /b/ boards of 4chan, as well as sites like Reddit?
Is there some meme I am missing here? You keep repeating that phrase like it means something. Is it an in-joke aimed at people who say anything positive about Bethesda or something?
They were so powerful that a home grown Sarsaparilla company beat them in sales and popularity in the West coast, and was as popular as Nuka Cola in Canada...
Also who the hell keeps chemists working on chemical weapons/chemical nuclear enhancement weapons under a damn theme park?
Wouldn't it make sense in a location like a Nuka Cola research lab or something? Where there aren't thousands of people walking around every day and security would be much more tighter?
"Oh but no one would ever think about a chemical weapons research lab under a theme park.". Neither would they think a cola company would be doing it in their soda labs.
Go home Bethesda, your writers are drunk.
Skyrim tried to add alot to the world building and "veri simulation, dude", so Bethesda begs to differ with @Someguy37 already. That's all the argument you need right now.
The Mongolian empire and motorcycle gangs.
Almost as ridiculous as the scores made by gaming journalist, whose work can destroy or build a game's reputation, meaning devs are inclined to hand them over money because, in the long run, 50.000 dollars are nothing compared to the millions they can lose if their game is reviewed badly.
I thought as much, and again, motorcycle culture is such a weird thing nowadays that the Khans are perfectly in place in a post-apocalyptic environment.
So you thought you could curb the spread of meme that make fun of Nuka World by stopping it at its supposed 'source' even though anyone with a good sense of humor would have already made such a joke? That sounds rather Sisyphean, don't you think?
User scores are also frequently raided by a very vocal minority to boost user scores for the console versions too so it balances out somehow.
I clearly do not understand your physiology then. Though it seems none of us do.
Lol. Behold the holy raid from imageboards for Fallout 3:
Or Skyrim for that matter:
Well that is a rather nonsensical retcon by Obsidian, and conflict with what we saw in Fallout 1/2 were Nuka-Cola was the only soft drink in California.
Someone who doesn't want their shit bombed because its an obvious target like West-Tek did. Also, the Nuka Cola bottling plant at the park was a research lab, it was later converted into a ride after the park opened. and even then, you literally couldn't get off the ride, while the lab was far underground, far away from the ride itself.
Funny, but missing the point entierly.
Already on the Fallout 3 one I saw a review like this:
I take it the Defense Squad is hard at work fixing scores.