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#56324 - thelivinglegend (06/24/2012) [-]
Fallout.

I know Fallout 4 probably won't be in our consoles until late 2013, but I'm just wondering;

How are they going to top Fallout 3?

I mean, New Vegas didn't manage to do that (to most peoples opinions) and NV also throws a few things out as already done.

So, Games thread, what do you think will happen in Fallout 4, and what will make it the great game that it will undoubtedly be?
User avatar #56523 to #56324 - debunny (06/24/2012) [-]
the location of fallout 4 is what i want to know, fallout 4 will probably take place in america, so does anyone have any idea on some badass places?
User avatar #56354 to #56324 - herecomesjohnny ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
i personally think the fallout 3 ending was quite tame and eventless, but that's just me.
User avatar #56328 to #56324 - hargleblarg ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
Firstly, they'll need a new engine. Then they need a good location, somewhere we haven't been before. It's hard to come up with a specific location as I live in the UK and every Fallout game takes place in America, but I think it'd be good for maybe as an expansion ot include another country, just to see how the rest of the world was affected.

Story will be key here, as it'll have to top not only Fallout 3, but also the incredibly strong DLC for New Vegas. It'd be nice if they included a new element to the game, but what that would be I don't know as I'm not a game developer. Maybe something like picking up pipes from the ground as melee weapons when everything else fails?

Overall if it's ANYTHING like 3 and NV then I'll be getting it, one of the few franchises I'll blindly buy regardless.
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#56334 to #56328 - iburntthewaffle **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #56337 to #56334 - hargleblarg ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
And I'm fully aware of the vault program, I did loads of research and exploration into it all.
User avatar #56336 to #56334 - hargleblarg ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
But humanity survived... Even without the vaults humanity lived. Where do you think all the other people came from? They didn't ALL come from vaults.
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#56347 to #56342 - hargleblarg ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
Ok you clearly haven't read up on your Fallout lore. Let's tackle this logically:
1) Fallout 3 has megaton, Rivet City, the Republic of Dave, and several other places where humans have settled. Did EVERY single human in the game REALLY come from a vault, especially considering that they were all social control experiements and most of them ended up killing the inhabitants?

2) Ghouls. Yeah, I doubt the ghouls all spawned from vaults, considering that several specifically mention being there when the bombs fell and roaming the land soon after. Clearly THEY were in vaults.

3) It's common lore that people DID survive the apocalypse despite not being in vaults, albeit few and far between. That's why settlements are so small in Fallout 3, because they're in the capital wasteland (the part most hit) and few survived outside vaults.

4) Fuck you I'm Liberty Prime.

Seriously, I've played every single Fallout game, don't tell me I know nothing about the lore.
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#56358 to #56351 - hargleblarg ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
Seriously, there are (and this is confirmed) 200 vaults spread over the ENTIRETY OF AMERICA. Now if we assume that all were vault experiments, with a success rate of at least 50% (though I think the actual figure was around 75%) that leaves only 100 vaults with living human inhabitants.    
   
100 vautls. To repopulate all of America. Also it's confirmed that some people survived outside of vaults (Little Lamplight for one), by living in caves, sewers and subways. While a lot turned into ghouls or died, some survived. I just can't accept the fact that EVERY person came from a vault, it just doesn't compute in my brain.   
   
You seem to have missed my sarcasm regarding ghouls. They obviously weren't in vaults (other than that radiation-fucked mess in NV).   
   
Point Lookout's people had no vaults, yet they still go around (albeit being inbred monsters but still).   
   
(This is why I love Fallout, you can discuss fucking everything)
Seriously, there are (and this is confirmed) 200 vaults spread over the ENTIRETY OF AMERICA. Now if we assume that all were vault experiments, with a success rate of at least 50% (though I think the actual figure was around 75%) that leaves only 100 vaults with living human inhabitants.

100 vautls. To repopulate all of America. Also it's confirmed that some people survived outside of vaults (Little Lamplight for one), by living in caves, sewers and subways. While a lot turned into ghouls or died, some survived. I just can't accept the fact that EVERY person came from a vault, it just doesn't compute in my brain.

You seem to have missed my sarcasm regarding ghouls. They obviously weren't in vaults (other than that radiation-fucked mess in NV).

Point Lookout's people had no vaults, yet they still go around (albeit being inbred monsters but still).

(This is why I love Fallout, you can discuss fucking everything)
User avatar #56360 to #56358 - hargleblarg ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
By success rate I mean "it fucked up the people inside and/or killed them".
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