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posted by FaFnina
I think cheats are very useful, but sometimes they cause glitches. Anyway, that isn't the point. If you are having trouble with the game, then you should use cheats. If you're not having trouble stop reading. If you use cheats already and are having trouble, this artikulo is not for you. Here are some of the most helpful, working cheats:
•advlevel - Level up your character one level
•GetQuestCompleted - Complete current quest
•getXPfornextlevel - Gain one level
•help - listahan all console commands
•modpca Y X - Add points to your S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stats (Y = stat type, X = amount)
•modpcs Y...
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posted by vagos
The player can have a maximum party of three, consisting of the player's character, a dog named Dogmeat, and a single non-player character. Dogmeat can be killed during the game if the player misuses him or places him in a severely dangerous situation and he cannot be replaced (this was changed with the introduction of Broken Steel: the level 22 "Puppies!" perk allows the player to gain a tuta follower if Dogmeat dies);[18][19] it is possible to not encounter Dogmeat at all depending on how the game is played.[20] One other NPC can travel with the player at any time, and in order to get another NPC to travel, the first one must be dismissed (either voluntarily sa pamamagitan ng the player or as a consequence of other events) or die in combat.
posted by vagos
fallout 3 takes place in the taon 2277, 200 years after a war over resources that ended in nuclear holocaust in 2077. The setting is a post-apocalyptic, retro-future, covering a region that includes Washington, D.C., northeast Virginia and parts of Maryland.[21] The game's landscape includes war-ravaged variants of numerous real-life landmarks such as the White House, the Jefferson and lincoln Memorials, Arlington National Cemetery and the Washington Monument. The area that the game is set in, known in-game as the Capital Wasteland, holds a number of small settlements of the descendants of...
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posted by vagos
We've had a few complaints about how NMA has no impression piece up yet. But, sadly, we are not going to put up an impression piece until we've had the chance to play through the game well and proper, digested our impressions to put down some thoughts. Expect the NMA review anywhere from 3 to 5 weeks from now, and no earlier. That's not to say we're not going to editorialize, but we're in no rush (sorry).

The guy Pagsulat the NMA review - Vince D. Weller - happens to just have finished a kind of Let's Play thread with the first 5 days of Fallout 3 and his thoughts on it. For your enjoyment and...
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posted by vagos
Fallout 3 is a post-apocalyptic computer and console semi-open ended, action role-playing game developed and published sa pamamagitan ng Bethesda Softworks as the third installment in the Fallout series and a sequel to Interplay's Fallout and Fallout 2. It was released on October 28, 2008 in North America, on October 31, 2008 in Europa and on December 4, 2008 in Japan. It is available on the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
The game takes place in the taon 2277, 200 years after the Great War, on the East Coast of what used to be the United States of America, mostly in Washington, DC, Southwest Maryland, Eastern Pennsylvania and Northeast Virginia. The game play features include real-time combat and first or third person perspective, in contrast to the nakaraan games, which were turn-based and isometric.
posted by vagos
In this add-on, the Brotherhood of Steel Outcasts are trying to acquire advanced military tools, and the only way to enter the hanay ng mga arko containing these relics is sa pamamagitan ng completing a military virtual reality simulation. However, none of the Outcasts have the correct computer interface (the Pip-Boy 3000) to enter the simulation, so it comes down to the Lone Wanderer to go inside and complete a simulation of the greatest battles of the Fallout universe: the liberation of Anchorage, Alaska from occupying Red Chinese troops. The simulation is set during the Anchorage campaign, which occurred between June...
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posted by vagos
The Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System, or V.A.T.S., plays an important part in combat. While using V.A.T.S., real-time combat is paused, and action is played out from varying camera angles in a computer graphics version of "bullet time", creating a combat system that the Bethesda developers have described as a hybrid between turn-based and real-time combat. Various actions cost action points, limiting the actions of each combatant during a turn, and the player can target specific body areas for attacks to inflict specific injuries; head shots can be used for quick kills or blinding, legs...
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posted by vagos
Bethesda Softworks started working on Fallout 3 in July 2004,[30] but principal development did not begin until after The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and its related extras and plug ins were completed.[31] Bethesda Softworks decided to make Fallout 3 similar to the nakaraan two games, focusing on non-linear gameplay, story, and black comedy. Bethesda also chose to pursue an ESRB rating of M (for mature) sa pamamagitan ng including the adult themes, violence, and depravity characteristic of the Fallout series. They also decided to shy away from the self-referential gags of the game's predecessors that broke...
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"It's not an action game. It's a role-playing game.", Todd Howard


Todd Howard seems to think so, but then again, Todd seems to think a lot of things. Some of them may even be true. Leaving the obvious tanong "why did the magazine file Fallout 3 under "action RPG"?" aside, let's take a look at what the presentation of this role-playing game was focused on. For example, how many dialogue screens were shown in those 10 pages? Zero. Wouldn't you think that dialogues are an important Fallout element that the presentation should have mentioned, if not focused on? Apparently not. How many quests were explained in details, ipinapakita the disensyo and them moral, game-changing choices? Once again, Bethesda follows the Oblivion formula: focus on the visuals and HAWT AKSHUN, assure people that quests and dialogues are superb and awesome in seven different ways, but ipakita nothing to back up these claims.
posted by katetekiku
I walked into a rundown store somewhere deep in the wasteland. Gripped in my hands was a freshly stolen Submachine Gun, which I was awarded with after killing Dukov and his "girls". It's what I do. There were loads of radroaches crawling all over the place. So, just for the sport of it, I shot each and every one of them in the face. Guts splattered everywhere, and their bacteria-ridden bodies flew into the air. "Yummy," I took all of their meat and went in paghahanap for Nuka-Cola, or maybe some psycho.
I found an easy-locked ligtas tucked away in a corner. Checking if I had some leftover bobby-pins,...
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While Fallout and Fallout 2 feature turn-based combat and top-down isometric view in a 2-D engine, Fallout 3 features real-time combat and first or third person view in a 3-D engine. Fallout Tactics and the canceled van Buren featured both turn-based and real-time combat and a top-down view.
Perks and Traits have been merged. In Fallout and Fallout 2, Traits were chosen at character creation, and were commonly a combination of a powerful advantage and a potent disadvantage, where Perks were purely advantageous.
In the SPECIAL character system, the number of skills has been reduced from 18 to 13, traits have been removed and perks are selected every level instead of every 3 to 4 levels.
posted by vagos
Not actually a fat man, which would in its own way be hilarious, the Fat Man is a "shoulder-mounted tactical nuclear catapult." In layman's terms, that means it's a hand held weapon that basically shoots nuclear bombs at people. It should certainly incinerate your target, but do be warned, there's a high possibility it will also incinerate everything around it (including your mates and possibly yourself), as well as leaving residual radiation.

The name comes from the segundo atomic bomb that was dropped on Hapon in 1945. Unsurprisingly, in the game's Japanese release, this had to be changed, with the Fat Man becoming the Nuka Launcher in the Land of the Rising Sun. In Japan, the side quest whereby you can choose to detonate the atomic bomb in the town of Megaton was also removed from the game.
posted by PePs95
A good way of stealing good weapons, chemicals, clothes and crappy pagkain in Fallout 3 without needing to hide yourself and rely on your Sneak and Lockpick skills, is sa pamamagitan ng going to Rivet City's market.
Of course you will lose Karma if you steal things, but i'll explain how to alleviate that over time. Now, to steal anything publicly displayed on the stalls: Grab the object (grab it, don't press A and take it into your inventory, obviously. It's when you "levitate the object"...you know how to do that, right?) and take it to any shadowy part of the market, where your status is "hidden". There is...
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In fact, many of the 360 version's Achievements will be about acquiring these different titles as you progress - getting all the Achievements is almost impossible in just one playthrough, particularly due to the nature of quests in Fallout 3.


ALMOST impossible? You mean like "it will be very hard to become the head of all Oblivion guilds" right? Anyway, the artikulo insists that the game will be loaded with choices & consequences, branching quests, and other role-playing goodness, but, sadly, no examples are given. Considering Bethesda's fondness to make shit up in order to sell madami copies,...
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Laser Rifle
What type of weapon should you use: Small mga baril or energy weapons?
Well, Energy Weapons are certainly madami commonplace in the Capital Wasteland than the Small Guns. Sure, both are very easy to find, but the easiest type of weapon to find are the energy weapons, with the Laser Pistol available early on at the Super Duper Mart. Protectrons and robots are easy sources of energy weapon ammo, as well as the Enclave and Brotherhood of Steel. Energy weapons are sa pamamagitan ng far most accurate, durable, and have higher criticals.
Small guns, in the other hand, are significantly madami powerful. A conventional Assault...
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posted by vagos
The introductory sequence introduces the player to their character's father James, a doctor and scientist in hanay ng mga arko 101. James frequently makes comments about the player character's deceased mother Catherine, and her paborito Bible passage, Revelation 21:6, which speaks of "the waters of life".

The main quest begins after the player is forced to flee hanay ng mga arko 101 when James leaves the vault, throwing it into anarchy and causing the paranoid Overseer to send his police force after the player. The paghahanap for James takes the character on a journey through the Wasteland, first to the nearby town of...
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On July 4, 2008, Fallout 3 was refused classification sa pamamagitan ng the OFLC in Australia, thus making the game illegal for sale in the country. In order for the game to be reclassified, the offending content in the Australian version of the game would have to be removed sa pamamagitan ng Bethesda Softworks and the game resubmitted to the OFLC.[16] According the OFLC board report, the game was refused classification due to the "realistic visual representations of drugs and their delivery method (bringing) the 'science-fiction' drugs in line with 'real-world' drugs." Despite this, Australia's Fallout 3 was expected to...
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posted by vagos
Leonard Boyarsky, one of the creators of the original Fallout, when asked about Interplay's sale of the rights to Bethesda, sinabi that he felt as though "our ex-wife had sold our children that she had legal custody of," admitting that he feels very possessive of the series,[8] but also admitted that his concerns have nothing to do with Bethesda.[9] Considerable concern was also raised sa pamamagitan ng some members of the series' tagahanga community, largely concerning major changes in game play style compared to the original games and Fallout 3's similarity to Oblivion. The reaction from the press, however, was...
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posted by vagos
Not actually a fat man, which would in its own way be hilarious, the Fat Man is a "shoulder-mounted tactical nuclear catapult." In layman's terms, that means it's a hand held weapon that basically shoots nuclear bombs at people. It should certainly incinerate your target, but do be warned, there's a high possibility it will also incinerate everything around it (including your mates and possibly yourself), as well as leaving residual radiation.

The name comes from the segundo atomic bomb that was dropped on Hapon in 1945. Unsurprisingly, in the game's Japanese release, this had to be changed, with the Fat Man becoming the Nuka Launcher in the Land of the Rising Sun. In Japan, the side quest whereby you can choose to detonate the atomic bomb in the town of Megaton was also removed from the game.
posted by vagos
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The Pip-Boy 3000, shown displaying the player's current skill ratings.

The game begins with the main character as a newborn, whereupon the player determines the race, the gender, and the general appearance of their character. As a one year-old baby, the infant reads a child's book titled You're SPECIAL, where the player can set the character's starting S.P.E.C.I.A.L. primary attributes: Strength, Perception, Endurance, Charisma, Intelligence, Agility, and Luck. The character gains a set of Skills with base levels determined sa pamamagitan ng these attributes. At age 16, the player takes...
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