|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-06-12 |
Shooting an eyebot strikes me as pointlessly cruel.
How else are you supposed to get the Eyeball Helmet?
And I always shot the things. They screw up my radar, like radroaches.
I will say that in the film, the shadow on highway makes it look like it's the size of a Yoga ball, if not bigger.
|Goethe and ernie - 2010-06-12 |
All they need to bill this as is "another 100 hours of Fallout 3", and I'll buy it.
@Bisekranas: Your wish is granted.
Now the rest of us punk kids will get off your lawn.
Need a new copy of Fallout 2?
I did have to manually jack with the graphics settings so it would run on my netbook and make full use of the screen, but it works just fine.
|Pillager - 2010-06-12 |
I am soo looking forward to Fallout FORE!!!!
|WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-06-12 |
After Alpha Protocol ended up being a clunky mess I'm still cautious, but what the hell.
|MaulLove - 2010-06-13 |
Love it when franchises I enjoy are set in Vegas. Between this and Dead Rising I'll be having fun.
@Harvey, you can kind of forgive them having Vegas as a setting since it was mentioned in a few of the other games, and it's in the area of the first two.
|Squeamish - 2010-06-13 |
Man, poor eyebot. It was just listening to some tunes! There was no need to be such a dick, outlander!
|Mike Tyson?! - 2010-06-13 |
Ah, the Oblivion engine "run backwards and hold down mouse one" game play is back yet again.
| Register or login To Post a Comment|