Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without Taking Any Damage?

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With the right perks and armor, Fallout 4 can become a ridiculously easy game. Survival Mode can add a bit of a challenge, but it’s still not enough. I want every fight to be potentially fatal. Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without Taking Any Damage?

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Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without Taking Any Damage? (in text form)

As is tradition by this point, I’m not going to manually reload a save if I take damage. I set my max health to 1 so that any damage at all will kill me. As you’ll see soon enough, this turned out to be more complicated than I thought. Because I’m as tough as a wet noodle, Strength and Endurance aren’t important, so I distributed the SPECIAL points into Agility, Intelligence, and Charisma. A bomb fell, Nate got offed, my child was stolen, and I cosplayed as a fudgesicle. Before I can get 10mm Pistol to take them out at range, I must deal with a few roaches.

For some reason, this was harder than it should have been. It was also annoying as my health had not yet been set to 1 because I didn’t have a Pip-Boy to see what my health was. So I reloaded a save if I took any damage. Then I got the Pip-Boy, escaped the Vault, and headed to Sanctuary Hills to reunite with Codsworth, get another SPECIAL point, and crack open a safe.

I looted a shotgun off a corpse, met Dogmeat, and entered Concord. Preston Garvey had unfortunately killed most of the Raiders outside the Museum of Freedom, robbing me of sweet experience points. But I completed the Out Of Time quest, leveled up, and noticed something unfortunate, though not entirely unexpected. When you level up in Fallout 4, your health increases. So every time I level up, I must enter a command to take my health back down to 1.

I entered the Museum and made quick work of the Raiders inside. As is tradition, I used the Power Armor to rip the Minigun off its bipod, exited the Power Armor, switched to a Pipe Rifle, began clearing the town, and after taking out almost all of them, I parkoured my way off the roof and down to the ground. And then a new problem. I took damage. Strange, that shouldn’t happen. I reloaded a save and discovered the problem. Armor. Armor effects how much damage you take, something I neglected to think about. The run is still salvageable. The few times I took damage I reloaded a prior save. This just means I can’t use any armor whatsoever. Not ideal, but whatever. The next task was to deal with the Deathclaw. The first time he hit me with a rock. I wasn’t gonna let that happen again, so I used Psycho, Jet, and a Minigun to finish him off. I know, I know, Psycho increases damage resistance. But if I took any damage, I would have reloaded a save, so it’s a non-issue.

On my way to Diamond City, I stopped and bought a suit from Trashcan Carla. It doesn’t have any damage resistance, but it boosts Charisma by 2, which is useful in getting more caps out of NPCs. And that’s exactly what I did next. I also killed some drug dealer because drugs are bad, mkay. Then I got distracted by some feral ghouls and helped out Paladin Danse. I say “helped out”, but really I just threw Molotov’s off the top of a bus. Clearing out Arcjet Systems with Danse wasn’t as hard as you’d expect. Stay hidden behind a wall and only take pot shots at the synths while Danse does the heavy lifting and you’ll be fine. Once I made sure he hadn’t been cooked to death, we got the thingy he was after, I got a Laser Rifle from him, and I was back on the road to Diamond City. Once I got inside, I returned to Sanctuary to drop off a bunch of stuff I didn’t need.

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Companions are one of the best parts of the Fallout games. They accompany you on your adventures, are sworn to carry your burdens, and can be the only thing standing between you and a bullet, whether they want to be or not. But what if you wanted to essentially make a companion do all of the work? Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas With Only A Companion? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas With Only A Companion? (in text form) After raiding Doc Mitchell’s house, I went out into the wasteland to begin my adventure. The first thing I did was get the Varmint Rifle from Sunny Smiles so that Joe Cobb would show up and unfortunately not kill Trudy on site. I convinced Sunny, Trudy, Chet, Doc Mitchell, Easy Pete, and the rest of the town to go to town, then sat back and watched the battle begin. It didn’t matter to me who won. I was actually hoping they’d all slaughter each other leaving only Easy Pete and Cheyenne alive. But the citizens of townsville prevailed over the wannabe Rowdy Rough Boys, I got paid for fighting on the front lines, found Cheyenne’s corpse, tried to take it with me but she’s pretty heavy, so I just took her skin and was on my way to the Strip. As I took my leave, I got the opportunity to change my name. And I did, to something much more appropriate, like Pinhead. I got chased out of Goodsprings by a Radscoprion, passed through Hidden Valley, parkoured over a few Bark Scorpions, and arrived at Black Mountain to rescue my main squeeze Raul. Squeezing him is probably a bad idea though. I have a feeling it’d be like squeezing a big puss-y scab. As odd up as I am, the idea of being covered in several hundred year old puss does nothing to get my trousers moving. I stuck to the cliffs of Black Mountain to avoid most of the Super Mutants and Nightkin. But there was a locked gate and I couldn’t jump the fence, so I had to go through the main entrance, which was guarded by two invisible Nightkin and was also in the Slime Zone for the Super Mutant with a Missile Launcher. It’s worth mentioning that earlier in this playthrough I had decided that I would only wear my Vault 21 Jumpsuit and a stupid hat. Believe it or not, with my Endurance at 1 and practically no armor, I got hit hard by Annabelle. After a few attempts, I made it inside and rescued my darling Raul. I gave him some armor and one of my stupid hats, then decided that me not wearing any real armor was a stupid idea, so I armored up, gave all my weapons and ammo to Raul, and… he’s already unconscious. Perfect. The upside here is that this unfortunate circumstance allowed me to discover a new cheesing technique. If your companion is unconscious and you enter a building, they regain consciousness. I used this unique technique to enter and exit the Prison Building multiple times. Raul and I would leave, he’d get a few shots off, get struck by the missile launcher, and I’d return inside to bring him back to life. After nearly wearing out the door hinges, the Super Mutants and Nightkin in the immediate area were defeated, I distracted the big ugly one with a missile launcher while Raul killed it, we entered Tabitha’s hideout, Raul killed her, I looted a few boxes, and was off to Boulder City. As I mindlessly wandered towards Boulder City, I ran into a Deathclaw. Raul saved my life, I performed an ancient Michigan mating ritual, and I knew he was the right companion. Not even a minute later I got annihilated by another Deathclaw and regretted every decision in my life that led me to this exact moment in time. ...

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FELLOUT 4 (Fallout 4 Cartoon Parody)

FELLOUT 4 (Fallout 4 Cartoon Parody)

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Fallout 4: 5 More Spooky Mysteries You May Have Missed in the Commonwealth – Fallout 4 Secrets

Fallout 4: 5 More Spooky Mysteries You May Have Missed in the Commonwealth – Fallout 4 Secrets

Fallout 4 sends survivors to a brutal wasteland, rich in places to visit, people to meet and quests to complete. As a result of so much to explore, Fallout 4 also leaves us with a plethora of unanswered questions and unexplained happenings that have yet to of been deciphered even years after the game’s release. So today we’ll be taking a look at five more unsettling mysteries you may have missed in the Commonwealth.

3 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Attacking Anything?

Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Attacking Anything?

There are a number of different ways to play through Fallout 3. You can use big guns like the Minigun or Flamer, you can stick to handguns, you can keep things up close and personal by using melee weapons. But what if you didn’t want to use any weapons? Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Attacking Anything? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Attacking Anything? (in text form) Because we aren’t attacking anything, Strength, Perception, and Charisma are all worthless here. High Endurance gives us more hit points, high Intelligence gives us more experience points when we level up, Luck at 10 provides a +5 to all skills, and Agility increases our Sneak skill, which will be very useful later on. After assigning SPECIAL points, it was time for a completely normal birthday party. There was absolutely nothing strange about it at all. Then it’s down to the Reactor Level where we’re given a BB gun and we have to… kill a Radroach. Huh. Well, that’s a shame. My first thought was that maybe there’s a dialog option to skip the Radroach, maybe you can tell Dad that you don’t want to kill anything. No, that’s not an option. Alright, well, maybe if you wait long enough he’ll take the BB gun and kill the Radroach himself. So I started manipulating time. At one point, over 100 in-game hours were passing every second. Unfortunately God doesn't like it when you play with time, and the game crashed. There’s only one option that will work, and it’s something I’m not particularly fond of doing, but it’s Nerf or nothing, so here we go. What we have to do is use an exploit to clip through the wall. What you do is get yourself in a corner, or up against any wall, really, then rapidly quick save and quick load until you clip through the wall. I tried several different places, but the one that worked for me was the space between the stairs and the Reactor Room. Once you clip through the wall, the game places you in a the Lower Level of Vault 101. And because you can only be there if your objective is to escape the vault, you’ve now skipped the Radroach and can proceed as usual, just as a 10 year old instead of a 19 year old. For some reason, doing this skip means that the Vault 101 guards don’t spawn, so escaping the Vault isn’t too difficult. Just open the Overseer’s Tunnel and… what? “Children cannot use that”. Fuck! Alright, well, all hope isn’t gone yet. We just have to do the wall glitch again, and doing that took me about 15 minutes. 15 agonizing minutes. I found that the door to the Vault 101 Atrium works the best. As soon as you enter that space, back up into the door and let the spam-fest begin. When you clip through the wall, you’ll be placed at the door to the Capital Wasteland where we can finally choose our Tag skills. These were probably pretty obvious: Medicine, Speech, and Sneak. Out into the Wasteland, I leveled up, dumped more points into my Tag skills, and picked Pacifist as my first perk, because combat skills like Melee Weapons and Big Guns are worthless. After arriving in Megaton, I spoke to Colin Moriarty about my father, bought some Stimpaks from Gob, received an interesting offer from Mister Burke, then immediately ratted him out to Lucas Simms. Mayor Simms ran and confronted Mister Burke, and Burke killed him. I looted the corpse and made a horrifying discovery. It seems as though Burke is less than thrilled about me being a snitch, because he’s coming after me. I thought, I hoped, that leaving Megaton would stop him, but it did not. ...

4 недель назад
Can You Beat Fallout: New Vegas Without Taking Any Damage?

Can You Beat Fallout: New Vegas Without Taking Any Damage?

There are many ways to play through New Vegas: Melee-only, Unarmed-only, no fast travel. But one way takes the game to a whole new level. What if any damage at all killed you? Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Taking Any Damage? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Taking Any Damage? (in text form) My hunt for the man in a checkered suit is on. After a few weapon mods caught my eye in the General Store, I spoke Sunny Smiles to get my hands on a Varmint Rifle. Then I killed her and her stupid dog with it and bought Silencer and Extended Mags mods from Chet before ending his life. The townsfolk in Goodsprings were very nice to me. To reward them for their generosity, I killed them all and let the Powder Gangers take control. Then I killed the Powder Gangers, too. My next stop was Primm, for no other reason than Johnson Nash being the next closest vendor after Chet’s tragic accident. I found myself inside the Bison Steve Hotel. The Powder Gangters inside provided me with my first real challenge. It’s kinda like Call of Duty where he who sees first kills first. Their guns are drawn and they’re facing me, giving them a step up in the fight. After several deaths, I was able to walk in and instantly aim at the bad guy’s head, allowing me to kill him and hide behind a corner. Several deaths later, I was on the 2nd floor, where I had even more fun dying over and over again. Good thing I’m persistent. The Gangters were cleared out, Beagle was rescued, and Primm was in need of a new sheriff. NCR were my first suggestion. But, with my Speech skill laughably low, I had to drag myself to Mojave Outpost to get approval from someone higher up the ranks. Then something strange happened. After I killed Ranger Ghost so I could steal her clothes, one of my dialogue choices with Major Knight was to tell him that I’d helped out around the Outpost. Maybe Ranger Ghost was a total not nice person or something. Regardless, I brought the law back to Primm, and my work there was done. Next was Nipton. Boxcars, the last standing member of the Powder Gremlins was granted the sweet release of death. Vulpes Inculta also needed to die. Something deep within me said it must be. So that’s what happened. Using my Sneak skill and silenced Varmint Rifle, I eliminated Vulpes and his group of Legion soldiers. I found myself full of items that I didn’t want to drop. Novac seemed like the perfect place to sell them. I took the road southeast of Nipton and killed a whole family of Bighorners along the way for some quick and easy experience. And then I got carried away and got myself in a sticky situation involving a lot of very dangerous ghouls. It took a considerable amount of time and ammo, but I was able to kill enough of them to accomplish my goal. I really wanted to know what was in that shack. The Hunting Shotgun inside was nice, but the real reward was discovering what happened when I took too much radiation damage. Once it crosses into the first Radiation Sickness category, you take damage, which kills the me. Or I tripped over a rock while standing still. I could honestly be either. Fresh out of that irradiated hellhole, I encountered a few traveling merchants to whom I could sell a few of my wares. That voice came back and I was determined to kill them all in the most beautiful of fashions. Picking them off at a distance would just not do. I put myself between all 4 of them, targeted their skulls in VATS, and fired away. ...

4 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Skyrim Without Taking Any Damage?

Can You Beat Skyrim Without Taking Any Damage?

Skyrim is a special game in that there are an almost endless number of ways to play through the game. It seems the only limit is your imagination. But what if you wanted to play through Skyrim in a way it was never meant to be played? Can You Beat Skyrim Without Taking Any Damage? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Can You Beat Skyrim Without Taking Any Damage? (in text form) Before the how’s, we must create our character. A few minutes on Google was all I needed to make the decision to play as a Wood Elf. They’re good with Archery and Stealth, and I almost always end up playing as an Orc, so the change is a welcome one. I named myself Invertebrate because, you know, lack of a spine, weakling, we can’t take any damage? Not the most clever name, but it doesn’t really matter. After the dragon attacks Helgen and we get control, it’s time to set my Health to 1. I do this using console commands so that I don’t have to manually reload a save every time I take damage. With my total health at 1, any damage of any kind will kill me and force me to try to get through that situation without taking damage. The good part about Skyrim, unlike some of the Fallout games, is that you can choose to never increase your health when you level up, so we only need to use console commands this one time. Roughly 15 minutes in and we die for the first time. Believe it or not, fire bad. After I entered Helgen Keep I made sure that the difficulty was as low as it could go, then I got my hands cut free by by Ralof, and the real game begins as we’re enter combat for the first time. Before that though, you can see from the Skills screen that my Health is, in fact, at 1. Until I get a bow a little later on, my strategy is to sit back and only strike when I can get the killing blow. With the loot of the dead Imperial Soldiers in my possession, I marched onward with a sword in each hand, ready to cower and let Ralof do most of the fighting for me. Something fun about this run is that because your health is so low, it’s not uncommon for you to get executed by an enemy if they land a hit on you. After the first time that happened, and I got a good look at myself, I did something. See, armor can absorb some of the damage you take, and since the entire point is to avoid damage at all costs, I decided that armor would not be worn for the rest of the game. I did attempt to charge headfirst into the Imperial Soldiers in the next room, but it didn’t really work out that well. I picked a few locks, waited for Ralof and the other Stormcloaks to kill the Imperials, and finally got a bow. The Bow and Arrow will be my best friend throughout this playthrough, alongside the Stealth and Archery skills. The rest of the escape went off without a hitch. I activated the Thief blessing, rode the river, talked to Gerdur to figure out where to go next, sold most of my stuff to Lucan Valerius, and was off to see the Jarl of Whiterun. I was incredibly respectful when speaking to Jarl, I wore my cleanest cloths. Farengar, the court wizard, told me I was to retrieve the Dragonstone, so I looked at the map, and headed in the general direction necessary to accomplish such a task. Along the way I killed a Hunter and swapped my Long Bow out for a Hunting Bow. When I arrived at Bleak Falls Barrow I took a sneaky approach to killing the Bandits was harder than it probably should have been, probably because I am royally bad at both aiming and being sneaky. For whatever reason, the troublemakers inside were easier to kill, which leveled me up. I proceeded to kill a Bandit Outlaw, solve a puzzle, kill some Skeevers, and was confronted a giant unfriendly spider. I hate spiders. Nothing is supposed to have 8 legs. It’s wrong and immoral. ...

1 месяцев назад
How to Beat Fallout 4 without Killing

How to Beat Fallout 4 without Killing

A detailed guide on beating Fallout 4 without killing a single enemy. This means that your pipboy stat screen should count 0 kills throughout the entire playthrough. Done in the most recent version of Fallout 4. No mods or console commands were used in the playthrough. Discord : https://discord.gg/ymfah Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/ymfah Twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/yamfah Twitter : https://twitter.com/_ymfah Details Text Guide : https://www.reddit.com/r/fo4/comments/9zctq5/how_to_beat_fallout_4_without_killing_anything/? All Perks Progression: http://www.rpg-gaming.com/fo4.html?c=0141a165FUPA%20Lord&l=r064r055r039r038r034r013r013r054r032r064r034r010r010r030r020r032r054r013r030r038r052r039r055r010 "Infinite" Syringer Ammo: https://youtu.be/HGT-2331wuw Wall Clipping: https://youtu.be/RGPVfZt_mL4 Music Used: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfndWzNAXra05KEG5zI9dBzOnI24_AUq3

4 месяцев назад
How to Beat New Vegas without Killing

How to Beat New Vegas without Killing

A detailed guide on beating Fallout : New Vegas and its DLCs as a pacifist. This means that your pipboy stat screen should count 0 kills throughout the entire playthrough. Done in the most recent version of Fallout : New Vegas Ultimate Edition. No console commands were used in the playthrough. Discord : https://discord.gg/ymfah Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/ymfah Twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/yamfah Twitter : https://twitter.com/_ymfah Details All Perks Progression: http://www.rpg-gaming.com/fnv.html?c=04646a64ymfah&r=ca&t=ba8&l=safp0141safsafp0171sahs82a2bdp0211s8hs8hp0142s8hs4483bap0501s4hs0948p0711s9hs059cp0801sbhsbhp0721s06bbs0hp0143s0hs0hp1011 Music Used: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfndWzNAXra3mqW0I91QPfa2DHEyYHqQy

3 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without Spending Any Caps?

Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without Spending Any Caps?

Caps are an essential part of Fallout 4. You use them to buy ammo, Stimpaks, weapons, and can even bribe people with them. But what if you pretended that caps don't exist? Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without Spending Any Caps? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without Spending Any Caps? (in text form) Up first, as always, is our SPECIAL setup. Because Charisma in Fallout 4 is pretty much only used to get extra caps from quest-givers, it’s a useless stat. Maxed out Intelligence gives us more experience points for every action, letting us level up faster. Perception isn’t all that important, so I spread the remaining points out evenly into Strength, Endurance, Agility, and Luck. I could have put more into Luck, but I was only concerned with getting the Scrounger perk to find extra ammo, and it only requires 2 points in Luck. I ran to the vault, experienced the deep freeze, watched my wife die, woke up and tried to ignore the freezer burn. Not a lot to do in the vault. Out into the world and… I finally fixed the textures! It looks so beautiful with grass, doesn’t it? I went west for a change of pace and killed a few Raiders, a dog, a few Bloatflies, and upped my arsenal before heading to Sanctuary. There, I leveled up and got the Aquaboy perk to avoid radiation damage in water, upgraded my 10mm Pistol, spoke to Codsworth, put the extra SPECIAL point into Endurance just to make life in the wasteland a little less miserable, found Dogmeat, and arrived at the Museum of Freedom. I killed the Raiders inside, picked a lock, got through the conversation with Preston as quickly as possible, and stepped into my Power Armor. Finally, I could actually use the Power Armor as much as I wanted without having to worry about it changing my size or absorbing too much damage. It was liberating. I returned to Preston, but didn’t get through enough of the dialog for them to move to Sanctuary. No, they’re staying right there in the Museum of Freedom. Then, I decided to do something different. I was curious about something. I had Power Armor and was going to put it to good use. I headed straight south towards the Glowing Sea. Along the way, I slapped a Raider so hard his arm exploded, I got into a fight with some Ghouls, then decided to run the swear word away, leaving Dogmeat to deal with them. I fought even more Ghouls, this time a little more successfully. I got into a bit of a scuffle with a group of Raiders, resulting in both my legs being broken and a lot of my ammo being wasted. I did get a Missile Launcher, though. A short time later, my only Fusion Core ran out of juice. I ditched the armor, took some Rad-X, and managed to survive the Glowing Sea and arrive at Virgil’s Cave. I was hoping I’d be able to skip a lot of the game, but Virgil was nowhere to be found. Still, this will save me a lot of effort down the line. The search for my son was once again my number two priority. On a bridge north of somewhere, I killed a doctor and took her supplies. She had 9 Stimpaks and I didn’t. I could not just let the slide. That leveled me up, and at Level 5, I finally put the first point into Scrounger. Don’t ask why I waited so long. This was the perk that I really needed because ammo is really the only concern in this run. Weapons and Armor don’t need to be repaired and Stimpaks can become stupid powerful pretty early on, so keeping a solid supply of bullets was all I was really worried about. ...

2 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage?

Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage?

One of the most important parts of Fallout 3 is managing your health, making sure you have enough Stimpaks to survive the next group of Raiders you stumble across. But what if you didn’t have any health? What if any damage at all killed you? Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG If you enjoyed this Fallout video, check out some of my other Fallout videos: Can You Beat Fallout 3 As A Baby?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Every Fallout Vault: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTXKL85lG4w 5 Happiest Fallout Vaults: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhJ_veoNxR8 6 Most Fucked-Up Fallout Vaults: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZXEXLyTD2w Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage? (in text form) Let’s get something out of the way real quick. I did use a console command for this playthrough, but I did it for a reason. You can keep track of your health and manually reload old saves if you get hit. I didn’t want to do that. So I used a console command to set my health to 1, a single hit point, so that any damage at all will kill me and reload my most recent save. The end result is the same, this just makes it less of a hassle to deal with. Now, onto the playthrough. Because we can’t take any damage, Strength and Endurance are dump stats. Perception and Intelligence are vital. Perception so that I can see enemies from the maximum possible distance and Intelligence to get as many skill points as possible when leveling up. I also drained Luck, maxed out Agility, and put the remaining points into Charisma. From there I have a birthday party, go to class, and assign skill points. I went with Sneak, Small Guns, and Speech. Small Guns might seem the like odd category out, as a getting into a firefight is a veritable death sentence. I’m playing on Very Easy, and with a Sneak bonus, I have a chance at taking out enemies before they know I’m there. Before we go any further, here’s a shot of my Pip-Boy showing that my health is at 1/1 [1 of 1]. It’ll be like this throughout the rest of the playthrough. I decided to be a real prick in this run, so I killed Butch’s mom, left the radroaches to devour her copse, killed Butch, killed Tom and Mary Holden, killed Officer Richards and Officer O’Brian, killed Security Chief Hannon, killed Officer Mack, killed the Overseer, killed Officer Park and Officer Wolfe, and finally left the Vault. After arriving at Megaton, I sold what I could to Crazy Wolfgang, then killed him and took my stuff back, killed Micky, beat Deputy Weld to death, though not before he killed me first, and entered Megaton. My initial goal was simple: Get negative karma and, by any means necessary, accumulate 1000 caps so that I’d be able to get Jericho as a companion. You may be thinking that killing Moira would be a good source of caps, and you’re right, but I’ve got some plans for her. By that point, I was about 650 caps short of acquiring Jericho. So I did what I always do, head straight for Vault 87. Along the way, I once again proved that if you have the higher ground, your enemies don’t stand a chance. Fun fact: Turrets explode when they’re destroyed, and that can be dangerous. Beneath the town I found lied an encampment of Raiders, all of whom were killed and looted. You’re probably thinking “Wow, this seems easy so far” and you’d be correct. With the Assault Rifle I got from Wolfgang, Raiders can be killed before they have a chance to aim. But things are about to get a lot worse. Back above ground were more Raiders. These Raiders have guns and they know how to use them. I spent 15 minutes trying to kill them all. And. I. Died. So. Many. God. Damn. Times. It’s. Not. Even. Funny. After that ordeal was over with, I finally had enough stuff to sell get up to 1000 caps. Before meeting Jericho, I struck a deal with Mister Burke. I convinced Jericho to join me and it was time for more good old fashioned violence. I tried to rig the bomb to explode, but you need your Explosive skill to be at least 25, and mine wasn’t.

4 месяцев назад
Fallout 4 Parody: FULL SERIES

Fallout 4 Parody: FULL SERIES

Welp, the -FULL SERIES- of "Fallout 4 Parody" is upon us!! Thank you all so much for helping make this series as successful as it has been by watching, liking, commenting, and sharing!! I sincerely hope you've gotten your share of laughter and enjoyment out it because I wouldn't be able to continue doing these animations without you guys!!! Now enough talk, go watch! And I'll see you in the comments :) (Easter Egg Hints/Answers Below) *Egg 1: (Humiliation) *Egg 2: (Two For One) *Egg 3: (To the Moon) *Egg 4: (Time Flies) *Egg 5: (Through the Cracks) *Egg 6: (Time for Change) *Egg 7: (Blood Swipe) *Egg 8: (Time to Expand) *Egg 9: (He's Always Watching) *Egg 10: (Ninja Monkey) *Egg 11: (Collateral Damage) *Egg 12: (All Eyez on Me) *Egg 13: (Pinned Down) *Egg 14: (Monkey See) -------------------------------------------------------------------- My Spots: ➤YOUTUBE 2nd Channel: http://youtube.com/seanzgarage ▶INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/SeanzOz ▶TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SeanzOz ▶FACEBOOK: http://bitly.com/1B4aVJG PROGRAMS USED: ✔Adobe After Effects - Animation ✔Adobe Photoshop - Artwork ✔Adobe Audition - Audio MUSIC: Intro Song: https://youtu.be/q3q9cm9bT7I Bessie Smith - Baby Won't You Please Come Home (1923) "End_of_the_Era" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- *Easter Egg ANSWERS: ★Egg 1: (Humiliation) 0:40 Notice the "Dagger of Humiliation" sitting on the table in front of Lucas. This was the dagger used in the original iteration of the scene from "Senile Scribbles" that the Dragonborn tried to sell. https://youtu.be/DiCpxkvQLac?t=50s ★Egg 2: (Two For One) 1:55 Ol' Blue's dusty pipe rifle seemed to have fired two bullets in one on his last shot fired. He might need to have that checked out, or make it a permanent upgrade :) ★Egg 3: (To the Moon) 2:45 Keep an eye on ol' Jangles, or he'll keep an eye on you. ★Egg 4: (Time Flies) 4:40 The clock in the background is moving at an alarming rate! Actually it represents the amount of time mankind needs to completely wipe itself off the face of the earth. 👍 ★Egg 5: (Through the Cracks) 6:10 Vault Boy peering through the cracks in the wall, no doubt amused by the ensuing struggle. ★Egg 6: (Time for Change) 7:20 Wait, how did the level go backwards from the previous loading screen? Maybe that Pip-Boi is even more powerful than any of us realize :o ★Egg 7: (Blood Swipe) 8:09 That Mirelurk must have been eating a TON of people because I don't think he's supposed to be bleed -red-. ★Egg 8: (Time to Expand) 10:48 Though Korok Seeds are not native to Boston they still managed to find their way in our hero's inventory... I wonder how much more he'll be able to carry now. ★Egg 9: (He's Always Watching) 11:09 Notice the creepy and elusive Jangles the Moon Monkey pop up behind the old settlers arm. ★Egg 10: (Ninja Monkey) 13:42 Ever get that feeling that someone is watching you? It's probably a possessed Cymbal Monkey. You can see him eerily observing the show in the bottom left hand corner of the screen. ★Egg 11: (Collateral Damage) 15:34 Poor Mirelurk Queen unburrows for a breath of toxic air and gets a bit more than she bargained for. ★Egg 12: (All Eyez on Me) 18:06 / 18:09 Jangles the Moon Monkey is still creeping it up in Sanctuary Hills. Catch him spying on our hero from behind Preston as Preston says "well" and "sir". (you can also glimpse a sneaky Vertibird doing some recon in the background). ★Egg 13: (Pinned Down) 20:32 Preston rocks a Vault Boy pin which is inexplicably flipping us all off :o ★Egg 14: (Monkey See) 21:09 It saw you first. Notice the homicidal nuclear monkey peering at you through the bottom corner of the holovision screen.

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Fallout 4: 5 Characters Who Are Hiding Dark Secrets – Fallout 4 Lore

Fallout 4: 5 Characters Who Are Hiding Dark Secrets – Fallout 4 Lore

Fallout 4 is a game with no shortage of interesting characters, however not everyone in this wasteland may be as they appear. Many of Fallout 4’s NPCs are in fact harboring some dark and spooky secrets. So today in honor of that, we’ll be taking a look at five Fallout 4 characters who are hiding something dark. Background music: Football Head - Flamingosis

9 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills or Perks?

Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills or Perks?

The number of skills and perks in Fallout 3 ensures that no two people will have the exact same play through. Those customizable parts of the game allow you to grow stronger as you take on tougher and tougher opponents. But what if you didn’t use skills or perks at all? Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills or Perks? If you enjoyed this Fallout video, check out some of my other Fallout videos: Can You Beat Fallout 3 As A Baby?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout new Vegas By Only Moving Backwards?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Every Fallout Vault: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTXKL85lG4w 5 Happiest Fallout Vaults: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhJ_veoNxR8 6 Most Fucked-Up Fallout Vaults: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZXEXLyTD2w Support me on Patreon: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills or Perks? (in text form) It’s important to keep in mind that this is not possible without console commands. Fallout 3 forces you to distribute skill points and pick perks in order to progress the game. What console commands let us do is nullify all skills and perks. After we pick them, we can use console commands to set them back down to 0 and remove any chosen perk. We can also set our SPECIAL stats to 1 and de-level ourselves after leveling up, which is exactly what I did. And if I’m keeping my skills as low as possible, it wouldn’t really make sense to wear armor or use any chems that boosts stats. Nothing we do really has any meaning until we take the G.O.A.T test. I just went through everything as quickly as possible. Then I doctored my test results and picked tag skills that won’t matter. After I had my preliminary stats, it was time to start cheating. Unfortunately, we must lower every skill and SPECIAL stat one at a time. The upside is that it’s pretty easy. Open the console, type “player.forceav” then a skill name, and a desired value. I went with 0 for the skills and 1 for the SPECIAL stats. SPECIAL can’t go any lower than 1 and I wasn’t sure if making my Speech skill -100,000 would break the game, so I didn’t do it. What’s interesting is how different the game feels when experience doesn’t matter. You’re no longer making decisions in an effort to reach the next level so you can become stronger and get new perks. That didn’t stop me from murdering two vault dwellers before Vault Security had the chance to, though. Even with my Small Guns skill at 0, it wasn’t too terribly difficult to kill people in the Vault. Probably because I was playing on Very Easy. Remember folks, the goal is to beat the game without skills or perks, not to beat it on the hardest difficulty. It was around this time I discovered how bad my repair skill was. Items had to be near useless before I could repair them. Nevertheless, I escaped the vault and leveled up. Which meant it was time to weaken myself yet again. My next stop was Megaton because I needed ammo and Stimpaks. A slight breeze will break my back and my bullets might as well be cotton balls. On my way out, I killed Lucas Simms because I thought his Chinese Assault Rifle would be a nice weapon to have so early on. I thought about it, and decided that it wasn’t worth it as I didn’t want to deal with a bunch of hostile NPCs if I wanted to stop by Craterside Supply again later on. So I re-loaded a save and left him alive. Just like I did when I was a baby, I made a b-line straight for Vault 112. I got involved in a lengthy firefight with some Super Mutants along the way, but that meant I finally had a Hunting Rifle. Moments later, I ran into Crazy Wolfgang and his guard, both of whom I killed because I wanted their Assault Rifles. With the last shot of 5.56mm ammo I had, his caravan guard was defeated. I killed more Super Mutants, killed some Talon Company hooligans, watched a Super Mutant blast the marbles out of some cows, it was over for a viscous dog as I had the high ground, and at long last I arrived at Smith Casey’s Garage. Remember earlier when I said I wouldn’t wear any armor that provided me with stat boosts? Well, I lied, because you must put on a Vault 112 jumpsuit to enter Tranquility Lane. I wasn’t using any healing items, talking to anyone, or attacking anything, so I figured it would be fine if I wore it to progress the game. The communists descended upon Tranquility Lane and trapped Betty inside forever. I leveled up again after that and once again reset my skills to 0, my SPECIAL stats to 1, and removed the perk I chose. ...

6 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Fallout: New Vegas Without Attacking Anything?

Can You Beat Fallout: New Vegas Without Attacking Anything?

One of the great things about Fallout is the ability to play through the game in a variety of ways. Fallout New Vegas, with its borderline overpowered Speech skill, makes it somewhat easy to beat the game without killing anyone. But… Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything? If you enjoyed this Fallout video, check out some of my other Fallout videos: 6 Saddest Fallout Creatures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDfS2kqEjhg 6 More Sad Fallout Creatures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3emYWJv3lOI 7 Scariest Fallout Creatures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gxdkkn4R_sQ Every Fallout Vault: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTXKL85lG4w 5 Happiest Fallout Vaults: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhJ_veoNxR8 6 Most Fucked-Up Fallout Vaults: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZXEXLyTD2w Support me on Patreon: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything? (in text form) Because weapon skills are irrelevant, the skill to focus on from the get-go is Speech. You might think that we’d be dumping every SPECIAL point available into Charisma, but Charisma isn’t important. It’s just Speech. And we’ll need Intelligence to get the most skill points available when leveling up. Strength, Perception, and Agility also aren’t all that important. We’ll also require high Endurance to ensure that we stand a chance out in the wasteland. The remaining points go into Luck. Fresh out of Doc Mitchell’s house and our first stop is Goodspring’s General Store to sell what we stole from Doc Mitchell and to get as many healing items as possible. Now we begin the long march to New Vegas. The quickest way is also the most dangerous. The Cazadors were not unexpected, and with some panicked jumps against a rock, we get by without to much of an issue. And… Deathclaws. This is where the first obstacle comes. There’s two of them because of course there are. I got lucky and was able to hide in the little hut atop Vault 19… until I sort of taunted one of the Deathclaws and it got it. I pussied out and just waited in Vault 19 for a while then ran like a madman to get the hell out of there. And then, as I continued running, I passed by some Powder Gangers. The Deathclaw was still behind me, so I put their lives on the line by luring the Deathclaw into them. They handled it much better than I thought. But at least I got a sweet Deathclaw Egg out of it. I continued making my way to the Strip. Some Fiends started turning me into swiss cheese. Good thing there were some NCR soldiers nearby that I could use as human shields. The fiends were killed, alongside a few NCR soldiers. I looted their corpses and continued on my way. I sold what I could to the Gun Runners, made my way inside Freeside, and began looking for work. No matter what, I need caps to get into The Strip. The Atomic Wrangler and Silver Rush were my first stops. Then The Kings. After failing the Birds of a Feather quest for some reason, I re-loaded a save, sold what I had picked up on my travels, and got inside The Strip. The easiest way to do this is to quickly loot the body of the gambler who turns hostile when you’re guarding the Silver Rush and then looting the corpses at the destroyed caravan just outside of Freeside. Between the two locations, you can get a few weapons, two suits of Combat Armor and a C-4 Explosive which can be sold for quite a few caps. Once inside the Strip, I had a chat with Mr House, convinced Swank to give me a key to Benny’s room, spoke to Yes Man, and finally confronted Benny. I couldn’t kill him, but I needed the chip. After making him think I took his side, he sent some goons to rough me up. I managed to lose them by sprinting towards the elevator while screaming like a schoolgirl. Next step, Cottonwood Cove and The Fort. A few Gheckos and a boat ride later, I’m face to face with Caesar. I inform Benny that I plan to have him crucified and I get the Platinum Chip from Caesar to destroy whatever lies within the bunker beneath our feet. The robots inside were not at all happy to see me. Nevertheless, I installed the upgrades for Mr House and returned to the Strip to get Mr House out of the picture. I didn’t kill him, I just ensured that the Earth germs would get him. For some reason the securitrons didn’t attack me after I came back up from Mr House’s lair. Anyway, Yes Man was successfully installed and I began the process of meeting the various factions that I couldn’t possibly give less of a fuck about. This is why you would want to go with Yes Man. You don’t have to do any quests, just introduce yourself to the Omertas, White Glove Society, Great Khans, Boomers, and Brotherhood of Steel, and you can be on your way. You do have to do a small quest for the Brotherhood, but if you’ve been dumping your skill points into Speech like I did, it won’t be an issue. ...

8 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without A Pip-Boy?

Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without A Pip-Boy?

Fallout 4's Survival Mode is for babies. It's a slap in the face to those of us who want a real challenge. Like, for example, not being able to use something that's a fundamental element of the game. Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without A Pip-Boy? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Support me on Patreon, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Fallout 4 Without A Pip-Boy? (in text form) The first thing to think about is SPECIAL stats. It takes time to level up and assign more points into SPECIAL down the line to get access to certain perks. And this is where I first screwed up. I assumed I’d be stuck with my fists as my only weapons, so I put 9 points into Strength and Agility, and put the rest in Endurance. The Great War began, I rushed to the vault, got frozen, then thawed out, then froze again before waking up and beginning the adventure of a lifetime. I got the 10mm Pistol and it was automatically equipped, something I forgot about. Putting all those points into Strength may have been a mistake. Oh well, I’m not going back. There it is, the vault door. You might be thinking that I’m going to use console commands to just remove the Pip-Boy after escaping the vault. I got 2 words for ya: Flip. That. We don’t need the Pip-Boy to escape. We just need our old friend cone. Pick up an object, back yourself into a wall, look down, and start jumping. If you do it right, you’ll start sliding up the wall. It took me about 30 minutes to do this. Eventually, you’ll line up just right and will clip over the vault door. After that, you’re home free. Fresh out of the vault, my first stop was at Sanctuary to use the You’re Special book and talk to Codsworth. Before I left the vault, I noticed a few things. 1) You don’t need a Pip-Boy to use Stimpaks or Radaway. They’re set to specific keys. Bring up your Pip-Boyless arm, press a button, and you’re healed. 2) The 10mm Pistol is automatically favorited, so you can swap between unarmed and the Pistol on the fly. By now, I found Dogmeat, who will be my item mule for the foreseeable future, and moseyed my way to Concord, where the Minutemen were being picked off like fish in a barrel. I dealt with the Raiders, picked up the Fusion Core, and went up to the roof. I used the Power Armor to pick up the Minigun, then exited the Power Armor. With the Minigun automatically equipped, I could use it to make quick work of the remaining Raiders as well as the Deathclaw. Dogmeat went and made a mess of himself, but he recovered. I spoke to Preston and made sure the Minutemen would be at Sanctuary Hills. You might be wondering why the game looks a little barren. It’s not a mod. The only mod I have increases the amount of blood. Several months ago, I was playing around with Fallout 4’s .ini file. One of the things I did while in that file was disable grass. So, that’s why it looks the way it does. Moving on, without a map, I made an educated guess as to where Diamond City was. I was actually looking for Park Street Station so I could rescue Nick Valentine. I’d have settled for either of them. Well, I took a wrong turn or something because I wound up in the Glowing Sea. Don’t waste your time asking how the flipper I got so far off track, because I have no idea. A not insignificant amount of time later, I was inside the city proper. Not Diamond City. Heavens no, that’s still a ways off. I encountered Brother Simon, who led me into a trap. I wasn’t about to hand over all my stuff, so I killed him and all of his followers, expending all of my ammo in the process. The good news is that, unlike Fallout New Vegas, you can bash people with your gun, which sometimes gives a really satisfying animation. …

4 месяцев назад
Fallout 4 OP Energy Weapons Build

Fallout 4 OP Energy Weapons Build

https://www.twitch.tv/frenchtomahawk Streaming 10/12/18 at 12pm PST Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/MoinseurTomahawk Consider supporting me on Patreon - even $1 can go a long way: https://www.patreon.com/frenchtomahawk Discord is in the pinned comment Twitter: https://twitter.com/FrenchTomahawk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoinseurTomahawk Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMBMa3dN94eMQ6OHeeg-I8B9a7RO8zhz1 Perk Progression: 1. Idiot Savant I 2. Lone Wanderer I 3. Strong Back I 4. Gunslinger I 5. Chemist I 6. Gun Nut I 7. Gunslinger II 8. Cap Collector 9. Nuclear Physicist 10. Strong Back II 11. Idiot Savant II 12. Strength 13. Gun Nut II 14. Nuclear Physicist II 15.Gunslinger 16. Chemist II 17. Lone Wanderer 18. Strength 19. Rifleman I 20. Cap Collector II 21. Rifleman II 22. Rifleman III 23. Science! I 24. Science II 25. Gun Nut III Music: Hydrogen Alt Mix - Hotline Miami A Go Go - Truby Trio Delfino Plaza Remix - Qumu Music Top Gear Track 1 Remix - Plasma3Music Remixes Tetris Theme Remix - The Musical Ghost Magikarp Festival - Dagust Remix Devilman no Uta Main Theme Remix - The Musial Ghost Die House Remix - Dasgust Super Double Dragon M4 Cover - Ghost Voltage Luigi's Mansion Remix - Qumu Music Leaders of Men - Bad Lads Army

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Can You Beat Skyrim With Only A Fork?

Can You Beat Skyrim With Only A Fork?

There are many different ways to play through Skyrim: Archery, Stealth, Magic, Swords, Hammers, the list goes on and on. Of course, when you consider the fact that you’re playing as a legendary hero who battles an almost primordial evil, there’s one weapon that doesn’t really fit in with all the rest. Can You Beat Skyrim With Only A Fork? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Can You Beat Skyrim With Only A Fork?? (in text form) The first part of any Skyrim playthrough is waking up and realizing that you’re riding towards your death. This is where things took a strange turn. There was something off. I just couldn’t put my finger on exactly what it was. You might consider this bad, but I think otherwise. How often you do you get to do barrel rolls in a wooden cart being pulled by a horse? Things settled down, we arrived in Helgen, and it was time to create my character. This doesn’t matter all that much. I chose an Orc as my race because they’re my preferred race. Yeah, that’s right, I’m an orc-supremacist. Don’t like it? Tough cookies. Also they’ve got Berserker Rage which will come in handy later. The dragon arrived, I escaped to Helgen Keep, got my hands cut, and the game begins. Believe it or not, there are 2 kinds of Forks in Skyrim. Utensils and Weapons. The utensil forks are relatively common. The weapon forks are not. And there’s no way to know which is which until you pick it up and look in your inventory. But that’s okay because more important than forks is the bucket on the table. It will make a fine addition to my collection. Alright, let’s real quickly go over a few things about this run. This is a Fork Only Playthrough, which means I can only attack enemies with a fork, that doesn’t mean I can’t wear armor, use shield to block attacks, or use spells to heal myself. An enemy must only be damaged by a fork. The only other way is if they set off traps and damage themselves. But that’s akin to an NPC running off a cliff, it’s not really something I have any control over. Back to the game, avoiding the enemies in Helgen Keep wasn’t all that difficult. I looted stuff, found another bucket, taunted the bear, realized bears are shockingly quick, escaped the cave, activated a Stone, swam with the fishies, and was off to Riverwood. There I sold most of my stuff to the Riverwood Trader, obviously kept my 5 buckets, and the search for a fork begins. According to the Wiki, there are only a handful of weapon forks in the entire game, including DLCs. One of which is near High Hrothgar, so that’s where I was going. Normally you would take the 17 steps up there, but I’m stubborn and refuse to adhere to social norms, so I’m not going to take the steps. I’m going on a mountain climbing adventure! The initial journey to the base of the mountain was pretty easy. A little ways up the mountain it started to rain, and nothing makes climbing a snowy mountain easier than freezing rain and lightning. I continued climbing. Then I climbed some more. After successfully climbing for a few minutes, I rewarded myself with more climbing. About 10 minutes later I arrived at High Hrothgar. The fork is located beyond the courtyard, and the front door is locked. Unfortunate. Luckily, I just thinking about how cool it would be to go mountain climbing, so I took the easy path to the courtyard by going around the temple. Master Ernie didn’t have much to say to me. But the fork was now closer to my possession than ever before. I watched a tutorial and discovered that it would be harder than I previously thought to get aforkmentioned utensil. I must pass the chilly breeze of mild discomfort after which I would find my treasure beneath a wooden bridge. ...

5 дней назад
Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without A Pip-Boy?

Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without A Pip-Boy?

Fallout 3 is a fun game. There are quests to complete, people to meet, and children you can try (and fail) to kill. But it’s not the toughest game. Let’s change that. Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without A Pip-Boy? Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without A Pip-Boy? (in text form) Without a Pip-Boy, we can’t use guns or Stimpaks, which makes Strength and Endurance incredibly important. The same goes for Barter, Speech, and Unarmed. After Amata woke me up, I discovered a problem. There was this spiky thing in my left hand. Even after re-entering the command to remove the Pip-Boy, it wouldn’t go away. I had forgotten to remove the mod I had installed. Luckily I didn’t need to restart the run to fix it. I just had to deactivate the mod. Now we begin the game proper. I killed Officer Kendall, a few Radroaches, the Overseer, and even knocked out Amata before leaving the vault. I got about half-way to Megaton before I decided against going there. Nothing in the town would help me in any way. So I was off to Smith Casey’s Garage to rescue Pappy. Some Raiders ambushed me while I was in a church. I was able to kill one of them before everything exploded. All my potential friends were dead. But there was a bed in the building, which was awfully convenient as my left leg and left arm were both broken. As I made my way to Casey’s Garage, I stumbled into a Raider camp. I killed most of them before trying to unleash the Super Mutant Behemoth they had captured. It wasn’t possible. With my heart broken, I continued onward. And then I, uh, fell through the world. Quite strange. Part of the world didn’t load properly. I had no idea what the hell caused it, but I wasn’t gonna stick around to find out. Here we are, Smith Casey’s Garage. I ignored the beavers inside and entered Vault 112. To enter Tranquility Lane, you must sit in a Tranquility Lounger. And to sit in a Tranquility Lounger, you must be wearing a Vault 112 jumpsuit. Without a Pip-Boy, you can’t equip the jumpsuit. I tried several things. Maybe one of the terminals would let me do something. Nope. Maybe if I kill the Robobrains, I could sit in the Lounger. Nope. There are no work-arounds. You cannot proceed without a Pip-Boy. The run was almost over. But I decided to try one last thing. Something I’ve been hoping to never need to use. Cheese. In my moment of doubt, I turned to God for the answers, who then told me to look up a Fallout 3 speed running guide. This is it, the final strategy. I went to Little Lamplight, made a backup save, and let the exploits begin. If you hold back and right as you enter Little Lamplight, turn your camera a bit to the right, then quick save and quick load as soon as the new area loads, you can clip yourself through the wall. You’ll fall through the map. Needing somewhere to put you, the game places you inside Little Lamplight. Jump and move to the right to get stuck in the wall, now quick save and quick load repeatedly again to clip through that wall. Now you’re in the water and can jump/swim to Vault 87’s entrance. For some reason I wasn’t able to attack anything in the vault. When I clicked the left mouse button, my fists would not come up. Annoying, but it’s not like I would win a fight against a Super Mutant anyway. I ran like hell through the hallway of doom and freed Fawkes. He got me the GECK. The Enclave ambushed me and the President let me go. I decided to leave all my possessions in the locker. I couldn’t equip anything. None of it would do me any good anyway. After convincing Eden to destroy Raven Rock, I left and began the long walk towards the Citadel.

3 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy?

Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy?

You can choose to not use guns. You can avoid Stimpaks and healing items. You can get by without killing almost anyone. What you can’t do is leave Doc Mitchell’s house without a Pip-Boy. But let’s say that you could get rid of the Pip-Boy. Would you be able to beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG If you enjoyed this Fallout video, check out some of my other Fallout videos: Can You Beat Fallout 3 As A Baby?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Every Fallout Vault: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTXKL85lG4w 5 Happiest Fallout Vaults: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhJ_veoNxR8 6 Most Fucked-Up Fallout Vaults: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZXEXLyTD2w Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy? (in text form) First things first, we gotta talk stats. We’ll get to the hows a bit later. Without a Pip-Boy, we can’t equip any weapons or use any items whatsoever. So, we’ll be relying solely on our fists to do damage, which means Strength at 10 is a must. High Endurance and Intelligence are also essential. Regarding perks, all we really need is Unarmed and Survival. These will help us do more damage to enemies and take more damage from them. Speech, as usual, will also come in handy. Now, how the hell do you even remove the Pip Boy? Well, you can’t. Not through any normal means. However, once again console commands save the day. All we need is the base ID for the Pip Boy and we can permanently remove it. Enter “player.unequipitem 00015038” into the console window, hit enter, and voila, the Pip Boy is gone. I tested this before and I saw it on the ground, but I couldn’t find it this time. Oh well. Attempting to use the Pip-Boy will cause the Courier to take a nice long look at his forearm. You could also remove the Pip-Boy Glove as well, but that makes a portion of your arm invisible, so I didn’t do it. So, we don’t have a Pip-Boy. What do we do now? Well, there are a few options. Normally, I would head straight for Red Rock Canyon by passing through Cazadore Alley so that I would be able to fast travel there later on. But, without a Pip-Boy we can’t fast travel anywhere. And trying to take out enough Great Khans at level 1 to preemptively complete that portion of Yes Man’s quest line would be a challenge. Instead, I took the road out of Goodsprings, through Deathclaw territory, and to the Strip. Things didn’t exactly go as planned. My game froze shortly after killing some Powder Gangers, which set me back a bit. I decided it would be a good idea to stay as far to the right as possible to avoid Deathclaws. Then I took a stroll passed Black Mountain for a bit of easy experience, because you get about 9xp for every location you discover. I got lucky and was able to take down a Super Mutant for a nice chunk of XP. After killing a Ghecko, I leveled up, dumped the points into Unarmed, and thought I’d exterminate a few Powder Gangers. They had other ideas. With several broken bones and a sliver of health left, I retreated to a nearby house to sleep. Then, a new idea. Boone. With Boone by my side, enemies would be dead before I even knew they were there. On my way to Novac I figured I’d pick up some NCR armor so I could sneak into the Strip via Camp McCarren. Suddenly I remembered that I couldn’t equip NCR armor even if I wanted to because I don’t have a Pip-Boy. Then some Fiends killed me. Back from the grave once more, I killed a Maintenance Robot and decided Novac was too far away. I settled for Veronica. Any companion is better than none, and I’d need 2000 caps to enter the Strip. She would be a perfect mule. After murdering several Followers of the Apocalypse, I leveled up, sold what I could do the Gun Runners, and made my way inside the Strip. From there, I thought it a good idea to try and take on the Chairmen without being at max health. I died. Then I tried again, this time, leading them on a wild chase throughout the Tops, all the while being crippled and near death. I took a step onto a table, ready to leap from the balcony, onto Benny, killing us both in a beautiful shitshow. ...

4 месяцев назад
Fallout 4: 5 More Things You (Probably) Never Knew You Could Do in The Wasteland

Fallout 4: 5 More Things You (Probably) Never Knew You Could Do in The Wasteland

Fallout 4 takes us to a much different world than the one we left and this new frontier offers plenty of ways for survivors to keep busy in the Commonwealth. However, three years later many players are starting to wonder if they’ve tapped all that Fallout 4 has to offer yet. Well, in today’s video we seek to dispel such a notion as we dive into five more things you (probably) never knew you could do in Fallout 4.

3 месяцев назад
Can You Beat Halo 2 Without Taking Any Damage?

Can You Beat Halo 2 Without Taking Any Damage?

It’s a question that has plagued mankind for millennia. Is there anything more challenging than playing Halo 2 on Legendary with all skulls activated? There is, but it’s the wrong question. The real question is: Can You Beat Halo 2 Without Taking Any Damage? Equipment I use (and other affiliate links): Buy Fallout 76: https://amzn.to/2Sh4AtW Elgato HD60 S Capture Card: https://amzn.to/2EK8R6w Focusrite Scarlett Solo Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/2q9gKbF Audio-Technica AT2020 XLR Microphone: https://amzn.to/2EIkSt7 Apple iMac: https://amzn.to/2CEwHy3 Western Digital 4TB My Passport: https://amzn.to/2O4nFwc Samsung T5 500GB Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2EI7xB7 Tribesigns L-Shaped Corner Desk: https://amzn.to/2EGodZG Check out some of my other Fallout videos if you enjoyed this one: Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without A Pip-Boy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlMwqo4rAHg Can You Beat Fallout 3 Without Taking Any Damage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFtql4EcXHQ Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas as a Giant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZF_rl-rlbw Can You Beat Fallout 3 as a Baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HLHqINNuM8 Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas Without Attacking Anything: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X6KP3xq9fw Can You Beat Fallout 3 With No Skills Or Perks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3raRoZelQBg Can You Beat Fallout New Vegas By Only Moving Backwards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZHINdnjAk Support me on Patreon!, or don’t: patreon.com/mittensquad SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/MittenSquad Twitter: http://bit.ly/MittenSquadTwitter Can You Beat Halo 2 Without Taking Any Damage? (in text form) The Armory is up first. It’s actually a waste of time to even be saying these words right now as there are no enemies in this level. Moving onto Cairo Station, we get our first enemy encounter. Use the barricades as cover and take advantage of the fact that Elites can’t look down, and you’ll be fine. 90 seconds into this level and we take damage for the first time. The good news is that reverting to the last checkpoint is instantaneous. In general, distance will be our friend throughout this run. The more space between us and an enemy, the better. It gives us a chance to dodge their gunfire and lets us survey the area to make sure it’s clear of enemies. The other option is to overwhelm the Covenant forces with absurd amounts of lead. Dual-Wielding SMG’s are great for this. I’m not gonna talk about every enemy encounter. Most situations can be handled with a bit of caution and planning. The first bit that poses any sort of a challenge is when the Gunnery Sergeant dies. It’s where we face our first Red Elite. They are tougher and can take more damage than your standard Elite. Once I took out the blue Elite and lured the Red Elite down a flight of stairs, his death was assured. If you rush in headfirst, the Drones later in the level can be a real annoyance. Sit back, pick them off from a distance, let the Marines do their thing, and it’ll be easy. Throw a few grenades onto the elevator below and you’re nearly finished. All that’s left is to reach the bomb. Lob every grenade you’ve got at the Elites guarding the bomb, take out the remaining enemies, and Cairo Station is complete. Outskirts is next. Take the Sniper from Johnson, clear out the courtyard, fail to jump up out of bounds, wait around for more Covenant to arrive, kill them, then successfully jump onto a rooftop and a lot of this level is a breeze. Avoid the Covenant ship by running straight for the Ghost by the crashed Pelican. I tried several times to drive past all the enemies in the next area, but it never worked for me. If you saved the Sniper from earlier, it will be easy to kill the enemies in the area allowing you to move on. The Jackals and Elites guarding the entrance to the tunnel can actually be avoided by boosting right by them. The Ghost makes quick work of the enemies within, until you get your tushy blasted by a Warthog and kill yourself out of shame. The few Shadows you’ll encounter are significantly more annoying. Not really hard, just time consuming because they’re driving away from you while you’re shooting at them. One last encampment guards the entrance to the surface. Deal with them and you’re on to Metropolis. I don’t think I need to explain how to traverse the bridge. You have a tank. You do tank things with it. I recommend using a Beam Rifle and a Shotgun inside the tunnel. A Beam Rifle also makes the next area easier. The Guass Hog is ridiculously powerful, but the Marine driving is unpredictable which isn’t great when there’s a Wraith and several Ghosts in a rather confined space. After about 10 minutes of trying to clear the area, I found out there was a Rocket Launcher on the ground. So, you know, use it. If your Guass Hog is still intact, it can come in handy in the next area. Position it in the back so that the Wraiths focus on people other than you. All that’s left is to clear the Scarab.

3 месяцев назад
Fallout 3 Speedrun in 15 Minutes with Heavy Commentary (Any%)

Fallout 3 Speedrun in 15 Minutes with Heavy Commentary (Any%)

Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/tomatoanus Twitter: https://twitter.com/tomatoanus Shirts: https://teespring.com/stores/tomatoanus As I noted in the beginning of the vid, I was sick when recording the commentary for this run, so I apologize if my voice sounds hoarse or I sound congested. The speedrun of Fallout 3 is one of my favorites, but I've never posted a personal best of mine with heavy commentary thoroughly explaining the run. It's a pretty straightforward and easy to follow run once you know the basics, but the problem is the basics are a bit esoteric. My intentions with this video are to show via heavy commentary that Fallout 3 is a pretty fast paced and fun run, especially from the point where you enter Little Lamplight until the end. In-game time: 14:52 Real time: 15:06 Leaderboard: http://www.speedrun.com/Fallout_3

3 месяцев назад
Fallout 4 – 5 Theories That Are Absolutely Terrifying – Fallout 4 Lore and Secrets

Fallout 4 – 5 Theories That Are Absolutely Terrifying – Fallout 4 Lore and Secrets

Fallout 4 is a game with no shortage of mystery and unexplained happenings in the Commonwealth. As a result, many Fallout 4 players have begun to propose their own theories and ideas regarding much of what goes on in the wasteland. So today we’ll be taking a look at five Fallout 4 theories that are absolutely terrifying.

7 месяцев назад