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Discussion in 'NMA News and Information' started by The Dutch Ghost, Aug 15, 2016.
No one said we can't have a little bit of fun though :p.
I'm 80% positive it's one of site's main rules.
Biggest disappointment so far is
BGS didn't bother with making an arcade holotape video games. They did bother with new one in Automatron and stopped. They don't want even developing further what's they think was fitting into rule of cool. And arcade games in a theme park should be included. It's late 2070s after all.
Omg I know right? and the thing is,
You can see the assets for two new arcade machines in hidden in the corner of the the Nuka Cade with out of order signs on them, along with a pinball machine. Bethesda was gonna, but eh, fuck it.
It's gets even more hilarious when you realise that we are surrounded with food that's still edible, guns and ammunition that still fire, mechanised armored suits that still work and ghoulified clowns whose face paint hasn't worn off, but no, it's the mirrors that didn't last 200 years...
Yeah, okay Todd. Whatever you say.
In Bethesda Fallout mirrors don't exist because all those engine limitations on a shitty engine held together with elmer's glue and duct tape.
How can Fallout be real if mirrors aren't real?
Fallout 4 is all smoke and ... erm... glass?
Remember when the dark secret of a soft drink company was something as mundane as the grand collectaton prize being a cardboard badge? And the real prize of the quest was a unique gun from the corpse of some loser that murdered and stole his way to the secret prize?
That was one of my favourite quests from New Vegas. It did a great job of playing with your expectations, in more than a couple of ways.
Yeah it still gave you loot but defintly not in the way you expected , that was a really good quest that add intresting random encounters too.
And it actually pulled off the "corrupt company" joke better than Bethesda.
You have come across a choice.
A: Your game engine can't handle mirrors so you break all the mirrors.
B: Your game engine can't handle mirrors so you hand wave it off by saying time hasn't been kind to their ability to reflect, rendering them nothing more than glass.
C: Come to realize your games are getting worse and worse so you stop making Fallout games.
I was trying to put that on a sorta realistic scale.
I hope that they will use this engine again to make their next game, and the next Fallout. Why I hope this? Because they can't get away with it AGAIN ... or so I hope at least ... you really never know, there are even now still some people that defend Bethesdas decision to stick with this old, outdated piece of crap.
The loading screens make this game unique. It's a feature. Like the bugs and the terrible everything.
Honestly though I don't even care about the engine. New Vegas is one of my favorite games of all time. The problem is that Fallout 4 is so terrible that it makes all the crappy parts of the engine and robotic animations and bugs more obvious. If the game was immersive and well-written like New Vegas, it would be very easy for me to overlook that, but instead the game is so unimmersive and dumbed down that all I see are terrible animations, loading screens, and a total MMO XP grindfest with awful quest design.
I don't actaully think the engine is to blame at all its the writting/developement of the game. The art style and stuff is actauly a postive for the game really and I think the grahpics that some PC are able to get is really good. But if it has no content no depth it does't matter anyway