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Fallout 3 or New Vegas?

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  • Fair enough, they could.

    1 Peter 3:15 (NASB): "But sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence."

  • warlord5531:

    Fair enough, they could.

    So I'm right then?  We can move off this?

  • I'm not saying you're right or wrong about the Raiders having systems of leadership and organization, but they could. I still don't think there was enouh evidence outside of the dialogue to say the Khans were Raiders. But yeah, we can move on.

    What's next?

    1 Peter 3:15 (NASB): "But sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence."

  • warlord5531:

    I'm not saying you're right or wrong about the Raiders having systems of leadership and organization, but they could. I still don't think there was enouh evidence outside of the dialogue to say the Khans were Raiders. But yeah, we can move on.

    What's next?

    The dialogue IS the evidence.  I don't get what's so hard to grasp about that.  And I don't know, what else do you have to say?

  • I should mention about how vault tec got the FEV, turns out Vault tec is/was part of the government (particularly the enclave-y part).

    source: fallout.wikia.com/.../Vault

    look under true purpose.

  • No, I get that I missed the dialogue and that that was the evidence. I was talking about everything outside the dialogue. And I don't know; I guess I don't have anything more to say.

    1 Peter 3:15 (NASB): "But sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence."

  • Sgt Buzzob:

    I should mention about how vault tec got the FEV, turns out Vault tec is/was part of the government (particularly the enclave-y part).

    source: fallout.wikia.com/.../Vault

    look under true purpose.

    No, the Enclave paid Vault Tec but Vault Tec wasn't even part of the government.  And more than that, the Enclave didn't even know about FEV and had to get it from Mariposa.  And that still doesn't explain how they put it in a vault that was finished before FEV even came about

  • warlord5531:

    No, I get that I missed the dialogue and that that was the evidence. I was talking about everything outside the dialogue. And I don't know; I guess I don't have anything more to say.

    Yeah, but there doesn't need to be any evidence outside of the dialogue (although there is but you consider it subtly implied).  You just need to actually listen to it.  Your original point also was that there was no evidence and yet there is.

    And yeah, I guess if you have nothing more to bring up, then we can move on.  This was getting a little ridiculous anyway.  Good discussion, although I'd like to have gotten off this one point much earlier

  • Fallout 3 was better personally. Was it because it was the first one I played? Maybe, But it had a vibe to and a unique style, as did New Vegas. But New Vegas had a great vibe to it also. So its tough to say both are fun both are unique and both are perfect RPG's.

  • it depends....there's Bethesda Softworks the publisher and then within that there's Bethesda Game Studios which actually makes the games....Bethesda Game Studios had nothing to do with New Vegas that was Obsidian Entertainment  

  • I've always loved fallout. New Vegas was a little too bright and sunny and friendly to the player. Fallout 3 ,on the other hand, was a game filled with darkness and fear was put in the player when they were near a farel ghoul. There was more thrill and wonder in the land wondering if you might find a new weapon or new piece of armor that might look like yours but better. Vegas was a little too giving with the weapons and armor. There was no super boss that is protecting the special item but just 3 or 4 easy-to-beat deathclaws or bandits. To decide on this, I would choose Fallout 3.

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