Water they doing again?
@Can yew knot, I'm not shore but something is fishy here.
@Can yew knot, WATER THOSE
Speaking of Fallout I'm gonna say that I've never played any of the games but I'm thinking of buying it on Steam. Would you recommend that I play it from the beginning in 1997 or jump ahead to one of the later games?
@KaijuKoitus, Granted I haven't played much either, but knowing as much lore as I do now, I think it's safe to start at 3 and progress from there.
@KaijuKoitus, The original fallouts were completely different from today's fallouts. They were isometric games made by a different developer. Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas and now Fallout 4 are he Bethesda fallouts.
@KaijuKoitus, If you wanted to, it would be completely fine to play from 3 but you don't have to play any of the previous ones to get into 4 since they don't actually build off of eachother.
@CriTiKa1, I noticed that, that's why I questioned it, and most people say I should just go with Fallout 3 so I think I will thanks
@KaijuKoitus, If you start from the Bethesda Fallouts, you probably won't be able to go back and appreciate the original Fallouts. Also, don't play NV before 3, NV improves a lot of things from 3 so if you play NV first 3 won't seem as good
@KaijuKoitus, I started with 3, but I read a wiki for the first 2 just so I could catch some of the nods to the old games
@KaijuKoitus, Having played 3 and New Vegas, Id say that NV gives you more for your money. Darker humor, sillier moments, better story (imo), and its just easier to get into in my opinion. And plus, taking the New Vegas strip for yourself and screwing over Caesar and Mr House is always fun
@KaijuKoitus, lol, I just read GetUpNjnja's comment. Hes got a good point, if you can afford both, then start with 3
@KaijuKoitus, random encounters in the first two were pretty funny. One was bridge over pit of despair.
@CriTiKa1, New Vegas wasn't actually 'made' by Bethesda, but by Obsidian
@KaijuKoitus, i just played all of them and am currently on new vegas. Its like playing skyrim and not playing oblivion. Totally okay but its more fun to play all of them and get a better grasp of the story and history. I reccomend all of them as they're all fun in their own way. While 1 and 2 are god view turn based combat rpg's from the 90's they're still incredibly fun.
@CriTiKa1, Black Isle made the first 4 and Bethesda bought them out, fvcked with the lore, and turned it into a 1st person game. They did a good job taking over though, they made the game play nicer. But they did mess with the lore, a lot of things apply to all fallouts, but some things don't. Example; the cause of the Great War changes, and the views on vehicles, gets a little more plausible after Bethesda takes over.
@KaijuKoitus, Start at the first one, it started a spark in me, It was my first videogame now I am making Nuka Cola in a basement I turned into my Vault. The game play isn't the best at first but everything is a lot clearer as you go through. Like I know people who don't know what the FEV even does, but it will help you understand.
They and their water supply are having a falling out. What? The door's over there? Okay.
@Lord Tator, ayy I did that joke too
Why is everybody tree-ting California so bad?
@Fallen Turkey, I would downvote you because your pun makes no sense... But I upvoted instead because you probably tried so damn hard to come up with what you did
Never played this game and I probably won't buy it either.
@yailoo , *gets shot*
@yailoo , have you.........Have you tried video games in general?
I find it ironic that the state of California prides itself in conservation and setting the "Green," standard; even though they are raping their most precious resource. Water.
As a Californian...ouch
Haha haaaaa it's funny because it's truuuueeee
*ba dum tss*