DrowGamer77;4261860 said:Really? I rarely have too much trouble (unless there is a group of more than 5). I have Boone and ED-E just soften them up and then I hunting shotgun them to the face. OR use the Euclid C-Finder and blow the **** out of 'em. But that seems harder since they move around so much.
Lawdog1521;4262351 said:I was disappointed in the hardcore mode of F:NV. That was one of the most touted new features and it just didn’t deliver. Ammo has weight… which is next to nothing. You need to eat, drink, and sleep. Food, water, and beds are everywhere. Partners can die… but I played alone mostly anyway. It didn’t add to the game as they said it would. That, plus the glitches, is why I give it a 7/10.
Lawdog1521;4262495 said:Weight didn’t effect me then because I mainly used a fully moded hunting shotgun with an assortment of magnum rounds and slugs. I carried hundreds of rounds of that and pistol and never needed a companion. Granted, conventional ammo doesn’t way that much. But when you’re lugging around a whole gun locker of equipment it should effect something.
Lawdog1521;4246427 said:I hate cazador's.
UntilWeHaveFaces;4246582 said:Yeah, they're insane.
Rockox;4263510 said:I'm with you guys. I hate those things. I'll even take the long way around if it means avoiding them altogether. I was roaming the wastes today and happened upon the Cazador Nest by accident. It was not pretty.
madcapmatt;4263735 said:Currently playing Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, the story is amazing and is keeping me hooked in despite the somewhat repetitive game-play. I'm about half way done with the story, but had to stop yesterday because I was working in the morning.
Muhveli;4263745 said:I played the demo a few months ago and thought it seemed fun and exciting but was somewhat skeptic about the game's length and replayability. What do you think, is there replay value in the game and how long does a playthrough last?
UntilWeHaveFaces;4264821 said:Well, I just rented Fable III just a few minutes ago from my local movie renting place. Hopefully I enjoy it.
clashcityrocker10;4264830 said:I like it so far, if that's any help.
UntilWeHaveFaces;4264859 said:Well, I never got around to playing Fable. But I played Fable II when I learned about the "episodes" thing they did and basically fell in love with Fable II. How is this compared to F2?
clashcityrocker10;4264875 said:Well, combat is largely unchanged (combining spells and longer range guns, I suppose). I like the way that interacting has been redone, and the addition of relationship quests (to become friends with people) is cool, even if they are usually simple fetch quests. Small plot spoiler (if you haven't been reading up on what Molyneaux was saying during game production): I haven't gotten to this point, but I've heard that the part of the story where you play as King is very fun, but also very short. The "elimination of menus" thing that was so hyped is strange. I guess the things that are usually found in menus are better streamlined into the game, but saving/loading is a little more of a hassle than normal. All in all, if you liked Fable II, you should like Fable III.
UntilWeHaveFaces;4264891 said:Good to know, thanks!