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Thread: What video games are you playing? pt. 2

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    Pro tip:
    It doesn't really matter. In the end, it's not terribly difficult and you can get to the end no matter how you distribute your points. You'll wish you had done this and that differently, but it'll all work out.
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    For my next playthrough for Fallout 3 (if I ever do another), I'm making a ninja. Lots of points to stealth and melee, none to speech.
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    I calculated it out and you can max out every single stat if you do it evenly and find all the little bobbleheads and stuff.

    I started doing it with my last character but besides being so addicted I haven't played it in a while.

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    I went with int/str/no charisma/low luck character, with loads of extra skill points (thanks to 10 int). The aim was a melee/heavy weapon specialist, but I ended up with best/good at ANYTHING girl, that carried tones of heavy+light+melee weapons (plus few energy), I didn't know where to put those skillpoints already at like level 17, ended the game at 18, it's a shame that in the end I carried all that saved big boom stuff actually for pretty much nothing as I didn't happen to use even 1/4 of ammo for my big babies.
    The only thing I would recommend is to check all the quest awards/bobbleheads and don't start with any stat maxed (arguably except int because of extra skillpoints) because you can't rise it higher than 10.
    I even kinda regret about making such universal machine because starting the game again is pointless, I had it all. I never really liked charisma based walkthrough, so I'm done with F3. Too much freedom, but tooo short and easy in the end.
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    I love the freedom - walking away from whatever I'm supposed to do yet always being unsure that I won't run into something I can't handle.

    In any case, if you're confused about where to go just stick to your quests menu - it'll set it out on your map. The first thing I did was head to Megaton, then straight out into the Wasteland to wander blindly.
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    Just got Resident Evil 5. It's awesome.

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    PS3
    Rockband 2
    Burnout Paradise
    Killzone 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by DexterHollandIsGod View Post
    Is that the one where you play as a hat dude thing to start with? I think I played that game for about 10 mins before I had to go but it wasnt bad.
    Yeah that's the one, the start is a little bit boring but it gets good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-6005 View Post
    Fallout 3 is AWESOME.

    I played Fallout 1 and 2, and honestly - they sucked and never really interested me. And when I started Fallout 3 I wasn't exactly riveted. First it felt kind of lame, then it felt kind of like a postapocalyptic Oblivion (which wouldn't be too bad except that I've already played Oblivion), but then my first foray into Washington to restore the relay for the radio station fucking ROCKED.

    Rationing supplies, quickly deciding whether to lure Super Mutants into a trap using mines, whether to hide behind cover and then jump out to take pot shots, or whether to spare a precious mini-nuke to overwhelm them with massive firepower, though it might be used later.

    Seriously, the entire game is survivalism at its very best. Should I buy RadAway to combat radiation sickness or Stimpacks to boost health? I can boost health by drinking irradiated water and then simply use the RadAway, but is it worth it? When should I use a StealthBoy (a fairly rare resource, I've found) to sneak past enemies and complete an optional and lucrative mission objective as opposed to simply turning around and going home, conserving it for another potential opportunity?

    Plus, enemies are correspondingly hard to kill depending on their stations. Super Mutants are fairly slow and lumbering but pack a hell of a punch, and you're generally screwed if you're caught out in the open by more than one Super Mutant Brute and no land mines you can drop while running away. The morally-impaired scavengers that roam the land are the same way, individually weak and easily taken down, but clinging to some semblance of civilization even in the wasteland, travelling in groups and building crude shanties that allow them cover while you circle their habitation, looking for a weakness you can exploit.
    This post made me go out and buy the game. It is every bit as awesome as described above.
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    I'm playing the new Prince of Persia and Ninja Gaiden Sigma.

    The Prince of Persia is quite fun but a little too easy - plus, I don't think I like the fact that Ubisoft felt they had to top the feeling of a wallrun and chose to add plates that make you fly and ROOFRUNS. Roofruns - really? Other than that, when you're going you're really going. It looks fantastic and plays great.

    Ninja Gaiden Sigma is so. fucking. hard. Seriously, even playing it on normal the first boss is a huge, huge challenge to beat - you've really got to be on your toes to beat each and every situation.
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