Things Fallout 4 Should Add From This Game...

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3 years ago#51
JohnRyan1228 posted...
Tzar it seems you misplaced your comment lol. But like I said, I think it still could be done


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3 years ago#52
and with cars you wouldn't be able to get through Boston too much wreckage and debris to go anywhere. And driving out in the wastes? You wouldn't get 50ft before you got a flat tire. Plus if someone shot your car up KABOOM mini mushroom cloud
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3 years ago#53
Rampagingwalrus posted...

People are not using cars/trucks/bikes not because they do not know how to make them


Maybe 500 people exist who know how to make a motor....

The knowledge is gone/hoarded. You think merchant WANT to walk their goods around?
3 years ago#54
1. I disagree by far I prefer fallouts perk and stat allocation over skyrims system, but opinions
3. Maybe if it was implemented well, such as a few perks for dual wielding pistols and small smgs. Not a huge fan of dual wielding explosives though.
6. Your onto something here. Maybe not as interconnected as skyrim is (it is a nuclear wasteland after all) but the monorail in FNV was a nice touch. Your ideas of adding another layer of transportation does seem promising. idk offroad motorcycles and ridable brahmin? Flying through in all three dimensions using a vertibird?
3 years ago#55
namewitheld posted...
Maybe 500 people exist who know how to make a motor....

The knowledge is gone/hoarded. You think merchant WANT to walk their goods around?

People use motors to generate power, and other mechanical purposes around their homes/shops/other assorted things.
People are just smart enough to not wrap themselves in a moving coffin and get shot at by raiders wanting to joyride.

Walking from A to B with a hired merc or two, and a few pack Brahmin is a lot safer than tooting around in an RPG magnet.
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3 years ago#56
Cosmic_Diabetic posted...
and with cars you wouldn't be able to get through Boston too much wreckage and debris to go anywhere. And driving out in the wastes? You wouldn't get 50ft before you got a flat tire. Plus if someone shot your car up KABOOM mini mushroom cloud


The war lasted for 2 hours and the game stuff happens 200 years later. It's enough time to reconstruct a few roads.
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3 years ago#57
youshallbeasgod posted...
The war lasted for 2 hours and the game stuff happens 200 years later. It's enough time to reconstruct a few roads.

Rebuilding roads requires motivation, and a purpose to do so.
As there are no vehicles that require roads, there is no reason to waste time/resources to rebuild roads.
As there are no roads, there is no reason to waste time/resources to build vehicles.
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3 years ago#58
1. No.

2. Yeh.

3. Dual-Wielding smaller guns? Sure. Big nooooooooooo to the rest.

4. Big yeh.

5. Yeh.

6. Yeh.

7. Yeh.

8. Big yeh.

9. Yeh.
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3 years ago#59
Rampagingwalrus posted...
namewitheld posted...
Maybe 500 people exist who know how to make a motor....

The knowledge is gone/hoarded. You think merchant WANT to walk their goods around?

People use motors to generate power, and other mechanical purposes around their homes/shops/other assorted things.
People are just smart enough to not wrap themselves in a moving coffin and get shot at by raiders wanting to joyride.

Walking from A to B with a hired merc or two, and a few pack Brahmin is a lot safer than tooting around in an RPG magnet.


People USE extent technology but only two groups are known to be able to PRODUCE pre-war (quality) technologies (and only because F3 says so).

There arent too many missile launchers around either.

Id personally feel much safer in a buggy of some sort than on foot.
3 years ago#60
Rampagingwalrus posted...
youshallbeasgod posted...
The war lasted for 2 hours and the game stuff happens 200 years later. It's enough time to reconstruct a few roads.

Rebuilding roads requires motivation, and a purpose to do so.
As there are no vehicles that require roads, there is no reason to waste time/resources to rebuild roads.
As there are no roads, there is no reason to waste time/resources to build vehicles.


Good point and that's precisely why we're not seeing any vehicles. But would be cool, if only...
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