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Discussion in 'Fallout: New Vegas Discussion' started by brandonhart61, Jan 5, 2012.
Raul because Danny Trejo is the man!
I always liked Julie Farkas, partially because I couldn't help wondering what was up with her awkward mannerisms.
Melissa (the Khan in the Deathclaw Quarry with the New Zealand accent) was pretty cool, too. Tough, without being a bitch - that's a surprisingly hard character to write.
From the main game: Veronica, Yes Man and Arcade. They all made me laugh so much. Veronica and Arcade also gave insight into two failing factions.
From expansions: Dean Domino and Joshua Graham. Dean was a pretty funny overall charismatic guy. Joshua was an absolute badass but also somebody you felt sympathy for. It was great telling him that I killed Caesar.
Now I feel bad for not remembering to mention him, but did anyone else take a liking to Doctor Mitchell? I've always been disappointed that he had such a small role overall. I always felt like he and the courier should have become pretty close, considering he did save your life after all.
Doc Mitchell was a nice guy but with such a small role it is hard to care that much about him.
I really like Boone too. I felt sorry for the guy and what happened to his wife. We also have tonnes in common, we both love killing legion scum. I almost always bring him with me.
Man is he scary the first time you meet him, especially after all those stories you hear about him throughout your journey.
Man did I love this line of his: “If you want to see the fate of Democracy-look out the windows.”
Enclave Remnants-All of them. Why? Because they are Enclave!
Definetly Boone for me, Twisted demented mind set.
Jeez thats a hard call to make, so lets get a little in depth! Yes Man was hands down the single funniest character in the game. Veronica was so adorable she is only thing that gave me pause when considering what to do to the Brotherhood. Mr House just secretes so much charisma it makes it very easy to over look his flaws and the flaws in his plan. I know a lot of people like Boone but he felt a bit flat for me, then again I never was really big on the troubled and brooding archetype unless the actor was particularly skilled.
Sarah Weintraub was actually so damn endearing to me I like to think that each of my Couriers settled down with her after the Second Battle of Hoover Dam. Also kudos to the effort behind Colonel Moore, not as bad as First Citizen Lynette but still took a good deal of effort not to do horrible things to her. The female NRC soldiers who got piss drunk enough to strip down to their underwear and play in the Ultra Lux's water fountain stand out as best random NPCs.
I'd probably go with Benny. The way Matthew Perry listlessly reads his lines and the way he is trying so ridiculously hard to act like the Rat Pack wraps around from "Bad" to "The most campy thing ever since Adam West"
Oh yes, Yes Man hands down for me
He does also happen to be my most favorite video game character simply due to the humor of his play-through, especially throwing the General off of the dam
All of the companions in the main game
And Yes Man
Veronica because I loves me some BOS vag
EDE and the EDE Clone from Lonesome Road, I EDE in the main was more like a pet, but the Clone was so adorable.
Arcade Gannon is an intellectual man, and I respect that.
Yes Man because of Dave Foley's work.
Dean fuckin Domino because he's such an asshole, and finally Follows Chalk because he's so dumb and unaware of the outside world, wonder how he handled deathclaws
Heh, ED-E's clone was indeed cute
I just wanted to hug him whenever he made those funny noises
Also, he reminded me of R2-D2
Also completey agree with ^
I'm replaying New Vegas and now man, I would never be able to choose between House, Elijah and Joshua Graham and many of the other well written characters in New Vegas.
How could I forget the Think Tank? I love them so much.
I thought Fantastic was hilariously awesome. "I have a theoretical degree in physics!" Good stuff, there.
Yeah, Fantastic cracked me up quite a bit on the first play-through.