How do people play this again and again? Once you've beat it once you've pretty much seen everything.

How do people play this again and again? Once you've beat it once you've pretty much seen everything.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Choose a different faction and quest solutions. You can actually play through it 3 times, the fourth playthrough comes with an HRT prescription

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous
      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >quest solutions
      this is honestly what keeps me coming back, the amount of ways to finish a lot of quests and the ability to chain events from those quests together is always a hoot. like purposely failing to check a guy with a bomb on him to murder the vann graffs for cass or joining the NCR just to sabotage and screw them over every chance you get. adding in factions and build diversity just makes it even more repayable.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      have a nice day fabio

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Gameplay is fun. VATS is fun. Legion aesthetic is fun. New Vegas/house tower is fun. Fun. Fun fun

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Most RPGs have three (actually two) routes:
    >I'm a savior of kittens
    >I save kittens but only for cash, I don't care about kittens
    >I smash kittens with my fists and slurp the entrails gaaah world must burn
    Vegas has at least 3 factions worth considering - a stable, but corrupt democracy, a genius autocrat and an anarchistic, self-governing Vegas. And then there is the Legion, too.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ngl I didn't find out about West Side and the Thorn until like my fifth playthrough. Just completely avoided that entire stretch of NV for whatever reason.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How autistic do you have to be find every single thing in the map and every sidequest on your first playthrough?
    I had to play it like 4 times before I felt like I had a good grasp of everything, and even then I still ocasionally find some detail I didn't know about.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >How do people play this again and again?
      Install mods that add new locations, weapons, and quests. Do challenges like trying to beat the game using only a bb gun, or while having a 1 in every stat.

      >How autistic do you have to be find every single thing in the map and every sidequest on your first playthrough?
      It's not that hard, you just search one chunk of the map completely before moving onto the next. Almost all locations have map markers so it's hard to miss something unless you're just wandering aimlessly. Don't do quests that send you out of your way until you reach a location naturally. Don't waste time backtracking to places you've been already.
      I don't know how normies manage to miss so much.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >just search one chunk of the map completely before moving onto the next.
        Soulless as frick. I'm playing an RPG not a Ubisoft map completion simulator. Would never play NV like this.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This game attracts trannies, westacucks aka the starfield audience, bald people and neets. As you can imagine the quality of life of these people deteriorates as time goes on, so they naturally come back to this game to see if they could capture some of that lost magic back during its release year. Back when they had penises, taste, hair and some hope for the future.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Because every other game sucks balls, and even though NV isnt that good its better than most. Thats like half of bethesda games though

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    so there's this thing called the radio. you turn it on and the you can play the game infinitely with just a ~1-2 year cooldown period.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Exactly. New Vegas is replayable because its atmosphere and immersion are still top notch and it’s nearly always enjoyable to just roam around listening to Mr. Vegas and his old scratchy charm.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It may come as a surprise, but many on Ganker are some degree of autistic and enjoy the same experiences over and over and over across years or decades. Personally, I find Fallout 3 more playable than NV. 3 is a romp, New Vegas is an undertaking.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >It may come as a surprise, but many on Ganker are some degree of autistic and enjoy the same experiences over and over and over across years or decades
      That’s not being autistic, it’s called enjoying something, what it sounds like is that you require constant stimuli and new experiences not truly enjoying anything outside of the novelty of it being new/popular.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        That is autistic.
        Normies do things because they want to enjoy the shared experience of doing the current popular thing with everyone else. That's how social/pack animals work, they do things in groups.
        That's why something can be trendy for a few years and then everybody collectively drops it at the same time out of nowhere.
        Most people follow trends they don't linger forever on one thing they "like" detached from the greater collective, that's indicative of some kind of neural divergence.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >"Uuhh, sweety, [THING] from a few months/years ago is like, totally irrelevant and uncool now. Please stop enjoying [THING] and dickride the next big trend with my friends or you're... LE NEURODETERGENT!"

          Get out of my fricking site.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I didn't invent pack mentality. I'm just pointing out the observable reality of the world we live in.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Mindlessly chasing trends and never enjoying anything outside of what is considered popular is peak npc behavior. If you enjoy nothing on your own and only follow the crowd you’re no better than an insect, the only difference is you have higher brain functionality.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Im undiagnosed so HA, sure i scored super high on the correlative tests but only a clinician can diagnose and ill never see a clinician!

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Im undiagnosed so HA, sure i scored super high on the correlative tests but only a clinician can diagnose and ill never see a clinician!
        Yeah don't, won't benefit you in any way unless you plan on going for gibs.
        Autists aren't some super protected minority so it is more likely to be used against you if you're being considered for anything.
        Only morons go around trying to collect a bunch of mental disorder labels, better off being self-aware while having plausible deniability of just being an introvert.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I don't find 3's perks and weapons fun enough to play it over and over.
      There's more to explore in terms of metro tunnels and wasteland shacks, but all the rpg aspects have less depth and have less substance to play around with.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    someone bought this game for me and constantly pesters me about when im going to play it. at this point he's killed my desire to touch this game tbh

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I didn’t finish a play through. I basically got to the end and decided to do that haunted town dlc. I literally hated that dlc so much I stopped playing and watched the ending on YouTube.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I simply don't beat it.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've got several hundred hours on Fo3 and NV, but mostly on Fo3. I'm playing through NV right now with the aim of really exploring it's quests and stories to try and see why people tend to praise it so much over Fo3, and here are my observations:

    The main story at least makes more sense than Fo3 and ties into the setting more congruently.
    Companions are a lot more memorable and fit in with the setting more than Fo3.
    The main map is boring to explore, 1/4 of the "locations" are some guy's shack which doesn't deserve its own map marker. There's invisible walls everywhere preventing you from climbing hills that don't make sense to be impassable. Exploration in general is inferior to Fo3.
    NV's populated locations do make sense and make the setting seem less barren of human life than Fo3.
    The Strip is a baffling design decision, it would have been better off if each casino was its own fortified mini-town.
    The game tries a little too hard to give "there are no good options" for quests but clearly wants you to side with the NCR when possible.
    The Western theme gets old really fast, if anything NV doesn't lean into it hard enough and it ends up being pretty watered down.
    Quest narrative is ok. Very few of them are memorable and they mostly blend together.
    The various factions aside from the NCR and Legion are pretty absent in the overall world, it seems like they're only in the game to serve as main quest padding. There's some neat ideas like the Kings, but your interaction with them is very limited and it feels like so much more could be done with them all to integrate them into the game more thoroughly.
    It could do with a few more Vaults.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >The Strip is a baffling design decision
      it's because of consoles. that it's

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I wish people would stop acting like 2010 PCs didn't struggle with the Strip just as much as consoles did. The problem was Obsidian's shitty time management and sloppy code, not your "consoles bad" narrative.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >The Western theme gets old really fast
      Probably my biggest gripe. good post.

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