Elder Scrolls or Fallout? Which should be first to debut on current gen consoles

#31BDJaycePosted 8/24/2014 5:14:41 PM
250 years is longer than a few weeks.
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#32elbarto1Posted 8/24/2014 5:18:09 PM
WiiareVenom posted...
I really want a new Fallout, but Elder Scrolls should be first since they already have a game announced that is out on PC (Elder Scrolls Online).


Exactly
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#33Veemon_XPosted 8/24/2014 5:19:29 PM
Fallout, although Bethesda should act like there's a patch limit and make the game less glitchy and less likely to crash.
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#34Crystyn_7BPosted 8/24/2014 5:33:33 PM
jakezing33 posted...

in what? the blasted, irraddiated ground? The dry, blasted, iraddiated ground? you act like the effects of the war wore off in a few weeks.


seed dormancy can last up to 2000 years. No I don't act like that, I even said that if it rains the effects should be washed out over time. Seeds become active again once their requirements for germination is met.

Like I said the more you think about it the less sense it makes.
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#35jakezing33Posted 8/24/2014 7:42:28 PM
Crystyn_7B posted...
jakezing33 posted...

in what? the blasted, irraddiated ground? The dry, blasted, iraddiated ground? you act like the effects of the war wore off in a few weeks.


seed dormancy can last up to 2000 years. No I don't act like that, I even said that if it rains the effects should be washed out over time. Seeds become active again once their requirements for germination is met.

Like I said the more you think about it the less sense it makes.


you assume their requirements for germination will be met

or that the fallout twinged rain and soot and all other didnt kill them.
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#36GladiatorDanger(Topic Creator)Posted 8/24/2014 8:04:09 PM
I am no expert on nuclear disasters and it's effects on plant life but isn't Chernobyl proof that plant life can survive in an irradiated environment?
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#37puffnbillys420Posted 8/24/2014 8:06:02 PM
GladiatorDanger posted...
I am no expert on nuclear disasters and it's effects on plant life but isn't Chernobyl proof that plant life can survive in an irradiated environment?


Yea I have seen the photos place looks scary
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#38jakezing33Posted 8/24/2014 8:06:23 PM
GladiatorDanger posted...
I am no expert on nuclear disasters and it's effects on plant life but isn't Chernobyl proof that plant life can survive in an irradiated environment?


when its surroended by other plant life and was just a release of radioactive material, not explosions all over the place with low power, high fallout bombs, sure.
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#39GladiatorDanger(Topic Creator)Posted 8/24/2014 8:14:46 PM(edited)
jakezing33 posted...
GladiatorDanger posted...
I am no expert on nuclear disasters and it's effects on plant life but isn't Chernobyl proof that plant life can survive in an irradiated environment?


when its surroended by other plant life and was just a release of radioactive material, not explosions all over the place with low power, high fallout bombs, sure.


So what you are saying is the plants would not grow back because they were all burnt and blown up am I right?
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#40a687947Posted 8/24/2014 8:21:35 PM
Fallout so they can use it figure the hardware out. That way they can really push the systems with the next elder scrolls