Megaton Morning

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Visual mods I'm using so far (not all in evidence here, clearly):

* Realistic Wasteland Lighting
* NMC
* Imaginator
* Darkened Interiors
* Flora Overhaul
* Dazasters Blue Water for Fallout 3
* Fallout 3 Redesigned

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  1. Bernt
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    Great picture here. I wish for you a smooth running game (mine's a tad temperamental in places) I can see from the comments taht you're new to FO3. Make sure to do The Pitt. It is still - to me- the best DLC I've played. You will end up with a bad taste in your mouth no matter what you do. And that conundrum is to me what makes it stand out. Quite apart from being visually stunning.
    1. Sonja
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      Thank you.
      So far, the game has been pretty stable, but, of course, as we all well know, when it comes to Bethesda games, you are never sure if there's a CTD, or bug, lurking around the corner. I have the GOG version of the game, which may help, though.
      The Pitt is actually the other DLC I'm keen to explore, so thanks for the confirmation!
  2. fredlaus
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    Nice setup and nice to see you around too, Sonja. I spend most of my gaming time here and do a lot of modding - not all of them are published though.
    1. Sonja
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      Thank you Fredlaus. good to see you
      I've only started to explore the Fallout games more recently, and I've really enjoyed them. In a way, I'm pleased I left them as long, because it gives me a whole new universe to explore.
      So far, I've kept the modding for FO3 pretty light.. mostly just visuals, but I'm planning to mod more heavily with a subsequent character.
  3. fxdwgnexus
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    Hey Sonja, haven't seen anything for awhile. Hope to see more great stuff from FO3!
    1. Sonja
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      Cheers
      My computer was in the shop for a while (needed a new heat sink), and I've been messing about with non Bethesda games too.
      This is actually my first time playing FO3; I figured I'd give it a try after FNV, and so far it's very enjoyable. I'm starting to think I prefer the Fallout franchise over the Elderscrolls. I haven't tried FO4 yet, and from what I gather, opinions on it seem polarised, but I've been watching a couple of Lets Plays, and I will say that at least the vanilla companions have personalities, and there are always 4 dialogue responses.... Not as many as FNV, or FO3... but still more than many of Skyrim's conversation choices.
    2. fxdwgnexus
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      FO3 was definitely a fun game to play. It also has some great DLC's. I'm torn between all the Fallout games. Each has something to like and dislike about them.
      I think I still lean more towards TES games though.
      FO4 is not bad. I like it well enough (mostly for the settlement building).
    3. Sonja
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      Indeed; I'm looking forward to seeing Point Lookout, in particular!
      In terms of TES vs Fallout, for me it could even be as simple as a change of pace. Most of the games I've ever played have taken place in a fantasy setting, and for some odd reason I've avoided futuristic/ post-apocalyptic environments, so this is a fun shift. Plus, I guess the Fallout titles inherently have a little more depth... I mean.. given the circumstances, it would be a bit surprising if they didn't, I suppose.
      I'm not sure when I'll give Fallout 4 a shot... I have enough loaded onto my hard drive as it is... But, I am curious to try it at some point.
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