Uh... I've run into a slight problem. You see, I recently got Robotics Expert level 2 (not for Automatron, I may add, because I don't have it), and I decided to give the 'incite' command a go on Takahashi in Diamond City... needless to say, Solomon and Moe are now both dead (which means I can't' get the Legendary Swatter that Moe sells anymore). Do they respawn? Please tell me they respawn.
Well, at least I got their house keys. From the massive amount of empty beer bottles on the floor in his house, I can assume that Moe was an alcoholic. And whoever thought that one man could have so many drugs in his house (Solomon DID run a drug store though, so there's that).
I think I might do it again, just so I can get rid of Myrna, and a few Diamond…Read more >
OH GOD. I'VE FUCKED UP. REALLY, REALLY BADLY. HELP!!
OK: so, I've accidentally managed to piss off all of Goodneighbour (after I stole some items from the Third Rail), and after managing to escape from KLEO, Super Mutants and Legendary Feral Mongrels, I made my way over to Hangman's Alley. This is where I discover how badly I've managed to screw myself over.
You see, I decided to switch over MacCready (my in-game husband, signified because I gave him Nora's wedding ring) for Dogmeat (who's currently wearing some sweet-ass armour), and sent him to Hangman's Alley so I wouldn't lose him (I could've sent him back to the Third Rail, but I decided not to).
So, when I got to Hangman's Alley... MacCready's health bar showed up, in red, and he started…Read more >
- sigh* why is school always such a FUCKING NIGHTMARE?!?! Like, because I wasn't struggling enough with year 11. Now, i've got an English assessment due Monday, that I have a 99.9% chance of failing with flying colours. Joy.
Anyway, mediocre rant over. Onto today's main topic (and my apologies for not updating this for so long): Trackmania Turbo (Ubisoft's latest entry in the utterly bonkers Turbomania series) has an open beta available to download on the PSN Store (PS4) and the Xbox Live Marketplace (Xbox One). It's a 2.47GB download (but takes up 4GB on my PS4's HDD. OK), and it runs from today (18th March, 2016) to next Monday (21st March, 2016).
According to Ubisoft (who I must congratulate on finally deciding to stop milking the Assassin's …Read more >
Ah, Vault 81. Possibly one of the few Vault-Tec Vaults still operational after 200 years without being overrun by mutant plants (Vault 22), crazy clones (Vault 108), or psycho musicians (Vault 92). For those not in the know, Vault 81 was designed to help find a cure for every known disease in the human race, mostly using modified mole rats seen in the quest Hole in the Wall. The Vault-Tec twist, however: they were going to use human subjects, infecting them with diseases in order to find the universal cure (it turns out that Vault 81 was actually 2 Vaults in one; one for the general population, and another for the scientists).
But, when the bombs fell on October 23, 2077, only 3 scientists turned up to the Vault. The rest weren't notified of…Read more >
The Glowing Sea. What the fuck was Bethesda thinking when they thought of the idea for the thing? I mean, for one, it's not even an ocean, it's just a irradiated, highly hostile piece of the former Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and two: HOW MANY DAMN RADSCORPIONS AND DEATHCLAWS CAN YOU POSSIBLY PUT IN IT?!?!
Well, I suppose I did get 6 Deathclaw Steaks, 2 Radscorpion Egg Omelettes and 18 Radscorpion Steaks out of my terrifying ordeal to reach one Brian Virgil, so, yay?
Anyway, my main topic for today is the Church of the Children of Atom. I have found myself intrigued with this "cult" (if the signs in Fallout 3's Megaton are anything to go by), for a number of reasons:
1. How have they been able to survive in their radiation-filled homes, despi…Read more >