jay12 wrote:i DO NOT AGREE with the color part. Seriously if you start putting in plants and all beautiful colors it won't be a fallout game. It's a bloody game about a world after a nuclear explosion ITS SUPPOSED TO LOOK DUSTY AND DRAB AND COLORLESS! Are you guys freaking morons? Boo friggen who if you want color if that's what you want play skyrim. Fallout is supposed to be the way it is, look closer morons there's color everywhere. Red on the tricycle, Red on the nuka cola sign, blue and yellow on destroyed cars, YOU DONT NEED BLUE SKIES AND GREEN GRASS. Tree's are SUPPOSED TO BE BLACK WITHOUT LEAVES BECAUSE OF THE BOMB THAT WENT OFF! Holy crap you guys are dumbass's. That pretty forest part in fallout 3 didn't feel like fallout at all. Bethesda if you are reading this article DON'T LISTEN TO THESE MORONS you will ruin fallout if you start throwing in blues and greens and purples for the love of god stay with the color pallet you got it works just fine because after all its A WORLD AFTER A NUKE WENT OFF! You idiots wanna keep pushing your dream for a rainbow fallout your gonna be a driving force in ruining the game.
Drainwater wrote:Any of these features would be cool. Or all of them together would be cool. Or none of them and whatever they decide to put in instead will probably be cool. By this point I don't care, I'm just very confident that I won't be disappointed. I absolutely loved 3 and New Vegas and most of the dlcs for them, so I know I'll be entertained with whatever they decide to do. Just exploring the land will almost be entertainment enough for me.
tony99 wrote:I would like to think that the Dev's would look at Borderlands for ideas.Fallout 3 was a great game but i didn't like New Vegas all that much.Now Borderlands on the other hand....Oh my! When i play that game i often think how much greater Fallout 3 could have been.
ItchyRash wrote: It's perhaps time to move on from the same drab, bleak landscape. Imagine the possibilities you could create with new mutated fauna, reclaiming the towns and cities.
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