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#1 Posted by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

The ending of Fallout 4 is so unforgivably bad in terms of plot holes and lack of choice that it makes me actually angry, and that's not even looking at its myriad of other writing related problems, and the fact that there's really only one good quest in the entire game (The Silver Shroud).

I will say this, though. I think Fallout 4 is a better playing game than Skyrim, and I (at least on paper) like post apocalyptic future-past America better than generic fake Viking land, but Skyrim is a way better game. Better story/writing, and more memorable/worthwhile quests.

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#2 Posted by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

I think it's one of those things where they've been talking about videos games for so long, and say so many things about them, that eventually they're going to be right, and the more time passes, the more times they're right.

People remember when that happens because it seems like they predicted the future, but they don't remember when they get it wrong, which probably happens more often. And that can lead to the impression that they're psychic.

Hm? You meant just in this specific case? I dunno, probably.

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#3 Posted by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

I will eventually, but probably not at launch. Unless that new Mario game is a launch title, or the Switch version of Zelda is substantially better than the Wii U version, I don't see much reason for me to get one. The portable aspect of it doesn't really affect me either way.

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#4 Posted by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

@tyn0mite: Yeah, so they should have some hot and fresh NX takes on the Beastcast.

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#5 Edited by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

@tyn0mite: Nintendo has said the trailer is only 3 minutes long, so GB isn't doing anything over it. Maybe if the NX is crazy enough they might record something and upload it later today? Otherwise, I'd say the Beastcast would be the first place they discuss it.

Edit: Jeff said he'd talk about it on his car drive live stream talk show whatever it is that he does every day, so you could listen to that?

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#6 Posted by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

@cjduke: Well, it's less that they increased the prices, and more that I think a three times increase is a little excessive.

But also I wish now I hadn't just spent with reckless abandon after the last event. But that's on me.

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#7 Posted by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

I'm pretty sure that all of the Godzilla movies have more time spent on the humans than on Godzilla. There might be one set on Monster Island or something that is actually all monsters, but that's definitely the exception to the rule.

I've not seen Shin Godzilla, and if it's a limited theater thing, I probably won't get the chance to. Based on what I saw in the trailer(s?), I dunno that I'd like it anyway. Not a fan of the Godzilla redesign, and half the appeal of the old Godzilla movies for me was the terrible dubbing, and I can only assume this is in Japanese with English subtitles.

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#8 Edited by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

@hayt: If you're ever worried about hacking stuff, use a multi-tool instead of actually doing the minigame. Don't forget you can craft multi-tools if you're running low on them. I don't think I actually hacked many of the computer in front of people in the base because one time I did, and they all started shooting at me. THAT definitely set off an alarm.

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#9 Edited by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

@hayt: Disabling robots doesn't cause an alarm, but if you don't disable them extremely quickly, they will trigger alarms, and I believe that would then void the achievement. When I got it, I dealt with most robots and the like by either remote hacking them, or using EMP stuff. Actually, come to think of it, I might have only ever remote hacked in that playthrough.

Are you sure you absolutely have to destroy these bots? You only need to complete the main story to get the Achievement. You might be better off avoiding them altogether.

That said, this is the "guide" I used to get that, and some of the other Trophies. If you go to the Foxiest of the Hounds section, it details things that will and won't trigger alarms. It's been long enough since I played that I don't remember all the specifics, but this guide helped me, so maybe it'll help you.

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#10 Edited by MooseyMcMan (12577 posts) -

From what I've read, stuff like failing a hack will lock you out from the Trophy/Achievement. Apparently any hack. Everything from a computer in a random apartment, to a lock on a storage room, to an alarm panel in a stealth mission. If this is true (going based on what I read here), I think that's a bit strict. I'd be extra careful and save frequently. I mean, I did, I got the Trophy.

I wish the game had a stats screen for stuff like this, and number of kills. For the no kills Trophy.

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