I wanted to download the Sprint mod too but since that requires FO3 to load from another executable and I didn't know how to get Steam to launch it (and count it towards play time) so I didn't. Guess I'll have to use the console to increase movement speed.
blaze | Now this will be a beautiful death. Iím jumping out the window, Iím letting everything go.
Fellout is great. But so is FOMM, that executable you're talking about; it lets you circumvent the DVD and GFWL completely, and it also lets you manage all the mods you download, which is nice want to play around with stuff and want to turn one off.
Haven't tried TL2, got D3 when it came out and haven't played in numerous months... Waiting for Hearthstone to come out, seems like it'll be a fun little game. I played pokemon TCG for gameboy, along with Yu-Gi-Oh and they were fun.
I'd love to say something other than "the same old" but I don't like to lie.
Ha, I know that feeling. Once you reach adulthood sometimes it feels like, even if the details change, every year kind of blends into the next.
I do also find it harder to get into games as much as before. I've been liking Animal Crossing: New Leaf, but that's more of a low-effort daily routine. I find the games that I've been able to stick with lately are all really social. I'm looking forward to the next Tales games, but that's because my boyfriend and I always play through them together. I've kind of mildly started collecting Pokemon cards again, since a couple people I know are in a league within walking distance of my house. I'm trying not to sink too much money into it, though.
I've been reading a lot and editing a draft of one of my novels. Might as well, until I find a job. I was thinking of maybe volunteering at some Summer festivals, so I can get out without spending too much. There are a lot of geeky cons in Vancouver, but the entrance fees are pretty expensive. I should try to get out to some writer's festivals/events too.