This is like when I was playing Deus Ex a few years ago and encountered a bug wherein I could keep talking to a guy and "complete a quest" every time, getting me infinite XP. It was kind of a game-ruiner, in a way :(
" There is enough quests to get you to lvl 30 without any exploits. Plus you are not gaining much because enemies do scale to a certain degree, and while you are gaining levels and perks you aren't gaining the gear to go along with it. "Yep. That's pretty much how I looked at it right there. Yet the GB staff have gone to say that if the option is there (FO3 Achievement unlocks via command prompt) then by all means it's an option.
This glitch combined with the infinite caps glitch on vendors definitely completely breaks the game. I mean, if you can't keep yourself from using these glitches, you should wait for a patch before you play more, because the game is not much fun when you are fully leveled and have inifnite caps.
" @luce: Haven't heard of that glitch but it apparently is a legitimate game breaker -
The Vault 11 glitch is 10 times better and you could find it fairly early on in the game. If this game is going to crash on me and do quest ending bugs, I'm going to use the exploits with no remorse
The problem with using this exploit is that there is WAY more content in the game than there is room to level up. I noticed this in Fallout 3 as well, and this game appears to be even bigger. Once I hit level 30, my urge to go explore the wasteland really starts to wane, so if I were to do something like this, I'd probably tire of the game a lot earlier than I would otherwise.
Why is it when i try to reset the mainframes for this quest the NCR guard dogs attack me? I'm neutral with the NCR this makes zero sense
" Had I known about that glitch when I did that quest, I would've done it."Me too, me too..
Had I known about that glitch when I did that quest, I would've done it. I wouldn't really fret too much if I were you though, levelling is just a small part of building your Fallout character. Really, thanks to the enemy scaling and you not having lots of uber equipment, the only benefits are the perks and the fact that, if you've levelled up Science/Lockpick/Speech/etc, you will have access to dialogue options and items that you would otherwise have had to either miss out on or come back to later. Really it just opens up a lot more of the game to you early on and will probably make it a more enjoyable experience all round, I've spent most of my level-ups on improving Speech and Lockpick and the like so I don't miss out on any great dialogue options or items, so that's something you won't have to worry about. The quests and story will be just as enjoyable.
There is enough quests to get you to lvl 30 without any exploits.
Plus you are not gaining much because enemies do scale to a certain degree, and while you are gaining levels and perks you aren't gaining the gear to go along with it.
There exists a glitch in the latest iteration of the Fallout series, Fallout: New Vegas that seems to really break the game. If you haven't yet heard about it, you should probably stop reading, because I'm going to go into some spoiler territory.
For those wondering what glitch I'm talking about, I'm referring to the glitch where,