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Literaryman

aka Christopher Gibson

  • I live in Saint Louis, Missouri
  • I was born on March 29
  • I am Male
  • Literaryman

    The "Hack The Mojave" achievement slash trophy is easily exploitable for those who purchased the Old World Blues add-on. At the X-8 Research Center simply retake any test. There are two Turret Control Terminals in the Research Center, one (Easy) upstairs, and one (Average) downstairs, that both reset after you complete the test. There are nine to eleven nightstalkers and three turrets between the two floors of the medium-sized area. The test itself will only take a few minutes when you get used to it, the enemies spawn in the same places. I found that the LAER (non-modded) dropped them decent. This is much easier than tracking down twenty-five terminals across the Mojave Wasteland. I also found it easy to reach the Abominable rank three pe…

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  • Literaryman
    To those who have completed this DLC, what are some of the obvious things that stood out for you? How about the subtleties? Humour? General Wickedness?
    1. For me, I truly dug the opening statements from the collective Brains that are We, hilarious.
    2. The overall campy SciFi atmosphere that this game had been mildly lacking, far from Fallout 3.
    3. The dialogue that literally ejaculated from the Biological Research Station.
    4. The new central hub and two loading screen house.
    5. The fact that we can now create skill books, kind of makes Educated and Comprehension Perks useless though.
    Literaryman 21:26, July 21, 2011 (UTC)
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  • Literaryman
    All those piles of Burned, Destroyed, Ruined, Pre-War, Scorched, both Large and Small, can now be fed into the Book Chute and made into Blank Books, which in turn, can be made into skill books. Wish I started hoarding them sooner... Now the question is, do we start including the excessive piles as Noteable Loot in their proper locations?
    Literaryman 10:19, July 21, 2011 (UTC)
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  • Literaryman

    Good Morning. Old World Blues is now live on Xbox in the US (800 MS Points), 400 something Megabytes. Also, side note, Xbox Live has a system update as well.

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