Spent last night completely lost in Washington DC. I got stuck on some very hard mutants trying to find my way into the middle of town, so went back and tried to find another way through. All the roads seem to be blocked by collapsed buildings so I’m now miles from where I need to be, with no obvious way to get to where I need to be going. I may have to trek back to the Tepid sewers and go the way I first intending to go.
Today I finished Moira’s book. Annoyingly, I didn’t have the correct skills to do the optional part of the final mission. I’d done all the optional stuff up to that point, so it was a bit annoying. Still, Achievement unlocked! And stuff. That was about it, really, apart from dropping off a book at the
Had a huge session of this on Sunday. As soon as I finished playing I tried to work out how the hours had been filled and couldn’t. Okay, so I obtained the Declaration of Independence. I went to Arlington Library and downloaded some information. And I… er… spent a long, long time wandering around Rivet
A lengthy session last night. Although it felt like one amazing adventure at the time, in my memory it’s become somewhat disjointed. Finally found Moira in a town of ghouls called Underworld and presented her with my mole rat findings. Got myself a a new companion, a ghoul named Charon. He’s very useful to have
Got myself a canine companion last night. It’s the only part of the game I’ve gone looking for spoilers about, after finding out about the dog from an unspoilered comment in a forum thread. (Mind you, it seems that the dog was a big part of the prerelease information the developers released, so I can
You know, I don’t think this game has a stupid subtitle? A sequel without a colon? What’s going on with the world, eh? Anyway, I didn’t get on with the original two Fallout games, but I loved Oblivion. This game is an effective synthesis of the two. It feels exactly like a post-apocalyptic Oblivion, but