If you don't like how fast time moves, click here.

#1Obsessed117Posted 11/3/2008 8:12:33 PM
Hit ~ to open console

Type in

"Set timescale to x"

Where x is a number. The default timescale is 30...which means 30 in game minutes pass with each minute in real life. To make it equal to real time, then set the number to 1(1 minute ig for every minute irl)

I personally use 10 for my timescale so its 6 minutes per hour...it seems just right to me that way.

Note that if your resolution is high then the console will not appear on screen...but you can still type things into it (you just won't see it) if it bothers you then turn down your res to the lowest possible temporarily.
#2MrCreiydPosted 11/3/2008 8:17:29 PM
Hooray for console codes that carried over from Oblivion.

Another fun command is PCB (purge cell buffers), which might help out folks who have frequent CTDs.

In fact, I'd bet a lot of these still work for Fallout 3:

#3armoredcore13Posted 11/3/2008 8:18:06 PM
your a crazy person

but this is good if there are other crazy people who desire this information
#4armoredcore13Posted 11/3/2008 8:19:33 PM
i used oblivion command to up my int to 6 so i could get the animal friend thing
#5Obsessed117(Topic Creator)Posted 11/3/2008 10:41:57 PM
Sadly, someone beat me to submitting this to the codes section.

Ah well, it will be sure to help those who do not like the 24 minutes earth rotations...setting it to 10 makes it a good 72 minutes.