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Discussion in 'NMA News and Information' started by Brother None, Aug 14, 2010.
Well, not releasing DLCs for the game would be super idiotic.
Still, I don't recall them giving any official word on the game definitely having DLC.
It's pretty much expected though, I hope Obsidian will make it and not Bethesda with "Area 51 Action!"
It's pretty suggestive isn't it?
And of course there will be DLC.
Unrelated, but I pulled this from an interview on obsidian's site. He's funny.
What’s your personal opinion of themes like sex and violence in video and computer games?
I love sex. I love the fact my parents loved having sex. Sex is great. Our species would die out without sex. I consider taboos on sex ridiculous in any M-rated title where the label says "hey, there's sex in here." In short, sex is great for the species, and it made me who I am today... as in, alive. I don't have an opinion on violence because I am too busy thinking about sex.
It was from a german PC Action interview.
German PC "action", know what I mean, nudge nudge.
PC as in politically correct?
I wonder what kind of "action" that would be?
... missionary? xD
Back in the years, it was a magazine about action games. Later it merged with everything else and now it's a computer game magazine like every other.
I can't help but wonder how many derisive cries of "juvenile/frat boy humor" the Sunset Sarsaparilla poster would have received if it had been made by Bethesda (for more, compare reactions to the girl popping out babies in the FO3 teaser to those of the Child Killer image). A Rybicki for the rest of us, maybe?
i don't know, man. true...it's hard to say regarding individual things, but what i can tell you is this:
when i first played Fallout 1 and 2 back in the day...they just hit me a certain way. a way no game ever had. the humor, the setting, the delivery...everything hit me just right. at that point i wasn't much of a gamer. i mean, i had a N64 and had played Doom, Myst and Zork and a bunch of C64 games. so when i played those games i was really blown away by their humor and style. i didn't realize a game could pull that kind of thing off and execute it so well.
and Fallout 3...well, it just didn't have that special something. it didn't hit me the same way. the humor seemed forced and was groan-worthy instead of funny. there were a few moments which came close to giving me that feeling, but i thought Bethesda just missed the point.
so there's that.
and also, just an fyi: go through a bunch of old 50's magazines and you'll see just how suggestive some of their ads really are. it's not entirely inappropriate.
The 1950’s certainly wasn’t devoid of the suggestive image, but I can’t imagine it was prominent in mainstream society, nevertheless anything was obtainable if the individual desired it. By the way it’s good to see you back at NMA Twinkie…
apparently you have fantasy football to thank for that. when they opened the gates back up as much as i didn't want to come rushing back in, i've once again proved to myself that Fallout is an obsession of OCD proportions for me.