When I tune into a radio station, three things must be met for me to like it. Item 1: They must play good music. In a Fallout game, this is a given, I can mod the music I want in, so this is a pass automatically. Item 2: As few commercials as possible. Well, in post-apocalyptia, there isn't a big, money-grubbing corporate machine spamming adverts down people's throats, so there's absolutely no issue here. Check. Item 3: Lively DJs. Uhhh....fuck. Houston...problem detected.
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A lively DJ is the majority of what makes a radio station good. I can put up with excessive commercials if the DJ is hilarious. It's one of the reasons I listen to FM radio in real life, what with all the digital options and all. Last.fm, Pandora, straight MP3s, all doab…
Simply put, I can carve out my own unique experience. No other player has the same Mojave I do. Even speaking with regards to just vanilla terms there's millions of different ways to affect the wasteland as the player sees fit. But, I play on PC, so that's just the tip of the iceburg. Nobody else has the same character I do. Nobody else has the same loadout. Nobody else has the same Radio New Vegas playlist I do(Metallica > The Ink Spots, end of discussion), and nobody else has the same outfits I do. It's why I put up with the constant crashing the game presents.
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On a somewhat related note, my RNV playlist seems to cause a lot of flak amongst purists when I mention it. Certainly moreso than any of the other mods I run. Seriously, I post a …
..Really need to get the hell out. I wonder if I can nuke their element with Ad Block Plus...Read more >