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Re: Fallout4 [Re: Rowan] #1051822
01/25/16 02:32 PM
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I finally decided to follow the main plot because I was getting bored with the repetitive faction quests. It got to a point that I was being sent to the same old locations and repeat what I had already done many times over. The faction quests seem to be restricted to just a handful of locations. If they opened up more locations it would have been a bit more entertaining. I know there are many places that I have not explored or entered just because there hasn't been a quest associated with it.

Back to the main quest. Haven't finished that yet. Still haven't decided on which faction to which to give my ultimate loyalty but I am leaning toward the Railroad group.

Re: Fallout4 [Re: Rowan] #1051912
01/26/16 12:04 AM
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So, Rowan, at what point do you have to decide which faction you will join? Is it Storming the Castle, in the case of the Minutemen?

I, too, have stopped taking quests from the factions, as every time I rescued a new group I had to build a town, with all the running around that involves. And yes, the repeat cleanouts of the same locations is getting old. I'm doing some other, minor quests at the moment.


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Re: Fallout4 [Re: Rowan] #1051946
01/26/16 10:08 AM
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Hagatha, I don't know at which point you give your ultimate decision of membership to a faction. I have stormed the castle but this does not affect anything else. You can find your son and still be friends with all factions. You can find the Institute and do quests for them still without consequences. So I think the big decision must be very close to the ending. I even accepted a quest for a big fight at Bunkers Hill. I had synths, BOS, and railroad guys all fighting each other. I didn't want to fight anyone so I just let the groups go at each other. All I contributed was shooting out turrets. Now I'm back to normal with everyone being my friend. duh

Re: Fallout4 [Re: Rowan] #1052036
01/26/16 06:50 PM
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Hm. I think I'm REALLY behind in the main quest. Better get at it.


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Re: Fallout4 [Re: Rowan] #1052094
01/27/16 12:38 AM
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I have been thinking some time now of trying out Fallout but am concerned that the controls might be too much for me to handle. I am definitely a pc guy and don't really like to use multiple fingers to play a game.

My top RPG's that I enjoy are "Elder Scrolls (Morrowind and Skyrim), Witcher 1 & 3, KOTOR 1 & 2, and Dragon Age (all of them).

So how would the controls of Fallout4 compare to those type games and how much of a learning curve would the game require for me? I don't really care to build cities and create armies etc but like the simplicity of just having the main quest along with the side quests that are thrown in as in the games I cited above.


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Re: Fallout4 [Re: Rowan] #1052189
01/27/16 02:47 PM
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Oldman, all keyboard controls are listed here. However, you do not use all of them all the time. The most common ones are W for forward, Q for VATS (great for sniper attacks), Space for jumping, and I for inventory. I feel that it is very similar to Skyrim as the mouse is used with these controls.

Re: Fallout4 [Re: Rowan] #1052522
01/29/16 08:35 PM
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Thank you for the info Rowan. I think I will definitely get the game in time but now I have just downloaded Rise of the Tomb Raider which will be keeping me busy for a while. But I may be seeing what all the fuss about Fallout4 is.


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Re: Fallout4 [Re: Rowan] #1052627
01/30/16 01:48 PM
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Oldman, Fallout 4 is a lot of fun. The game world is exceptionally good. Something for you to look forward to.


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