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#27 - He didn't mean that it was wrong to invade Russia, he meant th…  [+] (2 replies) 08/16/2014 on Post about Hitler +10
#89 - ohemgeezus (08/16/2014) [-]
That's not what he meant, also I was joking
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#66 - xxhadesflamesxx (08/16/2014) [-]
if only he won
#134 - I think I am one of the few who just thought on the most roman…  [+] (2 replies) 08/16/2014 on Lewd +5
#160 - darkjack (08/16/2014) [-]
romantic implications of a double-deep throat lesbian kiss?
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#162 - hamstergeddon (08/16/2014) [-]
Nah, just the romance behind it, read: where it is going from now that is not porn.
#194 - Y'now what, **** it, sleep is for the weak. The DLC: …  [+] (2 replies) 08/05/2014 on Fallout 3 Fan club +1
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#209 - thamuz (08/05/2014) [-]
Now,I loved FNV like I loved FO3.

They're both buggy smelly piles of poo,but I will cuddle them and love them as i doodle on the wall with them.

But to me,FNV had so much to offer,yet actually gave us much. FO3 actually(with this glorious plot holes) felt like to me it had more.

I needed m o d s to really enjoy FNV. Then again,right on launch it was practically un playable due to the amount of game breaking bugs. FO3 felt more stable,and if more care was put into it.

I also loved HH for the setting. Zion was amazing,but it lacked so much. I posted below my problems with FNV
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#216 - hamstergeddon (08/10/2014) [-]
I will be honest, I managed to complete my first New Vegas playthrough without any modding, while some sidequests did bug out(which I had to fix with console commands, no biggie), I somehow managed to complete the main story and the DLC without problem.

NV only started to get unstable to me after I started modding, and that's because I acted like an idiot and modded recklessly, I still added bug fixes after I found out about them, even for stuff that I somehow managed to avoid, just to make sure.
#186 - Some points I didn't include in the first post because charact…  [+] (3 replies) 08/05/2014 on Fallout 3 Fan club +1
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#194 - hamstergeddon (08/05/2014) [-]
Y'now what, fuck it, sleep is for the weak.

The DLC: Fallout New Vegas.

Honest Hearts: Dare I say this is my favorite? it is actually tied with OWB, but anyway, Zion feels like such an amazing setting, a place almost untouched by radiation, we also get to met the Burned Man himself, it also have multiple endings all quite positive in different ways, so one of them is going to fit your criteria of a happy ending.

Old World Blues: The sci-fi DLC of New Vegas, excellent DLC, good music(if you are into blues, and I am), a large map for you to explore however you want, lots of cool shit, a suit with an endaring personality that can end up being more harmful than benefitial, we also get hair of the two characters from the remaining DLC, which creates a nice build up towards them.

Dead Money: Every family have a black sheep... I hate Dead Money, while it does have several good items(dat Holorifle), it just feels annoying, the constant beep from the collar, those goddamn... zombie things, the cloud... gah, I will go ahead and say, it does have a very nice story, and it blends well with the rest of the DLC in that aspect, plus, maybe they wanted to try something different, and I feel bad for chastiting developpers over that.

Lonesome Road: Very good DLC, first thing they do is to give more backstory to the Courier Six, something he/she was lacking and definitelly one of the flaws of FoNV, but they do it while keeping it vague enough that you are still allowed to RP your courier any way you want, Ulysses is also a great character, he does come off a bit pretentious, but still, if anything, his voice acting makes up for it.

A something that New Vegas did in the DLC that Fo3 lacked was that all the DLC kinda tied together, each could exist on its own, but they give a better experience with all of them, I feel, however, that I can't chastite 3 for not having this, as it was an experience unique of NV for me that no other game have done equal.
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#209 - thamuz (08/05/2014) [-]
Now,I loved FNV like I loved FO3.

They're both buggy smelly piles of poo,but I will cuddle them and love them as i doodle on the wall with them.

But to me,FNV had so much to offer,yet actually gave us much. FO3 actually(with this glorious plot holes) felt like to me it had more.

I needed m o d s to really enjoy FNV. Then again,right on launch it was practically un playable due to the amount of game breaking bugs. FO3 felt more stable,and if more care was put into it.

I also loved HH for the setting. Zion was amazing,but it lacked so much. I posted below my problems with FNV
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#216 - hamstergeddon (08/10/2014) [-]
I will be honest, I managed to complete my first New Vegas playthrough without any modding, while some sidequests did bug out(which I had to fix with console commands, no biggie), I somehow managed to complete the main story and the DLC without problem.

NV only started to get unstable to me after I started modding, and that's because I acted like an idiot and modded recklessly, I still added bug fixes after I found out about them, even for stuff that I somehow managed to avoid, just to make sure.