BorisBC wrote:Pro tip - if you have to spew in a car, spew down the (inside) front of your shirt. Trust me, it's a lot easier to clean spew off yourself than the interior of a car.
Paastie wrote:For those who haven't played it yet, some quick tips:
Mechanically, it's much more complex than Fallout 3/NV. The controls feel a little backwards in this day and age, but it isn't too bad once you get used to it.
Just remember, right-click controls what sort of action you do with the left (i.e, toggling between moving, talking, attacking, etc).
Inventory space management skills will be needed later on.
The dialogue is pretty deep and there are a few neat characters.
Don't rush into combat! If you don't know what you're doing, a pack of rats can kill you. So if you see a radscorpion nest or raider hideout, make sure you're 100% ready to tackle them.
Maybe not for your first character, but if you make someone with an intelligence of 1, their dialogue options turn into a hilarious romp because they tend to talk like a caveman.
Other than that, the graphics are reminiscent of Age of Empires which is kind of nice. Get it now!
Zombywolf wrote:Just putting this out there: Tyrian 2000 is also free, and just as awesome a classic as fallout
InAUGral wrote:I have had the game on GOG.com for ages and cannot get into it as no matter where I go I get mobbed by 5 giant lizards and do not find a single weapon beforehand so I have to verse them with my fists.
Uh, OT, but isn't that what you're doing in F3/NV?Marius wrote:I found Fallout 1 incredibly simple compared to Fallout 3, and especially New Vegas.
Get a sniper rifle and aim at head - enemy dies. Repeat another 5 times per map. Then game ends in less than 12 hours.
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