|Ursa_minor - 2010-11-02 |
"It may not be as fun as driving a race car, but it's every bit as important".
|RocketBlender - 2010-11-02 |
Not that bad if you have the holy frag grenades handy.
Pulse Grenades would be better.
|oddeye - 2010-11-02 |
New Vegas is 100x more Fallout than FO3.
In Fallout 1, they pretty much wore white hats.
Without Vree's help, the vault dweller wouldn't have been able to have talked the master to death.
Finally, Bethesda created the one thing Interplay couldn't; a viable Fallout sequel.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2010-11-02 |
Intriguing, but I would've preferred a slow moving spike wall.
|Harveyjames - 2010-11-02 |
This is as existentially terrifying as watching a bunch of computer studies nerds put on a production of Brave New World
You guys really need to expose yourselves to existential terror more frequently. This is like when I hear people tell me that the Olive Garden has great Italian food.
|Squeamish - 2010-11-02 |
Man. I've gotta bulk up in power armor and find this place.
Yes you should, buy the pulse pistol or line the walls with pulse mines before you sit in the chair. Also make sure you READ EVERY TERMINAL before you enter the room as the biggest spoiler hasn't been included in this video (thankfully).
Also there is an underwater part (unless I am getting it confused with a different vault) so if you have the rebreather, take it along with you.
Seriously, next to the Pleasent View VR in FO3 this is right up there in fucked upness.
You'll want Rad-X and Rad-Away too because the water is irradiated as shit. Or just have lockpick 50+ and pick the door that let's you skip all that.
It's to the far southeast of the El Dorado dry lake bed.
Coordinates locked in, location found, target acquired.
I'm gonna fuck me up some murderbots.
|kingofthenothing - 2010-11-02 |
Not as scary as some of the contents behind the demon doors in Fable 2, but still pretty badass.
|Spoonybard - 2010-11-02 |
It's the build up to this (and the denouement after you escape this room) that really provides the horror
|Mancakes - 2010-11-02 |
Finding out the little stories behind places is 90% of the fun of this game. The other 10% is being a schizophrenic angel/dick.
|delicatessen - 2010-11-02 |
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2010-11-02 |
Note the voice of the Robobrains (if you can pick it out): It's Wil Wheaton.
|myassisonfire - 2010-11-02 |
So is the PS3 version of this worth buying yet, or is it still bug city?
|American Standard - 2010-11-02 |
Fuck Vault 11.
I found that vault at level 8, was ripped to bloody shreds. Level 20 now and still too terrified to go back.
|Valkor - 2010-11-02 |
The terror part isn't in this video. The whole lottery as death thing isn't the gag.
|Quad9Damage - 2013-04-02 |
I believe this is the first time I've ever played a Fallout game and thought to myself, "Fuck you, Vault-Tec." Because the real horror happens after you shoot down the robots and turrets. And it's not a horror that attacks you in the physical sense...
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