Vault 111 xD
I never got past like 25 dwellers, I guess I'm just bad lol.
That's exactly what I was trying to do... tide myself over since I don't buy Fallout/TES before a GOTY release. Unfortunately I think it's making it harder to resist Fallout 4, not easier :(
I've only been playing for a couple weeks, but the dwellers don't seem that needy. I drop in about twice a day for 5-10 minutes, swap some trainers, recall wanderers and resend out the returned. And before I hit 100, filling the barracks with happy couples to unlock rooms. Glad that's over. I dropped a dollar or two during a sale on Mr. Handys, but I don't even like them, I just figured I owed Bethesda (or whomever) for the play time thus far.
But I agree it does wear thin. I still want to get maxed out stats on dwellers so I can have super babies and evict all the normals, but if I ever do get that far, I'll be beyond sick of it.
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Don't beat yourself up over it. It's a micromanagement simulator -- not exactly everyone's first choice in gameplace genres. I'm sure you'd wipe the floor with both myself and Fortunz if we found ourselves in a game of your choosing. I mean, I'm straight up terrible at quick paced FPS games like CS:GO.
Well said. Actually funny you should mention that, I tried to play a Counter Strike of some kind once, don't think it was GO, but my head was spinning and I decided it wasn't my speed.
When I play fallout and TES even I play pretty stealth/snipery and try to take it all in slowly. My weapon of choice is the gauss rifle I think its called, combine that with the Chinese stealth armor and I'm a gopher in soft dirt.
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While I am certainly no SethBling, I like to build large, complex, nice looking architecture, and I've found that there are surprisingly few people with that capability, even within my age group. My best friend, for example, lives almost exclusively under ground in a rat's nest of hastily carved tunnels when he plays.
I've been part of 6 small servers, and the typical progression goes something like this... I am given a place to build. I build. My neighbors all see and praise my building. My neighbors then either ask me to help them with their builds -or- get discouraged and move or leave the server. Eventually I am basically playing single player, only with lag. I've hosted servers as well, and tend to get this same thing happening, only I end up building a large and involved world that folks tour through, compliment, and then leave.
*sigh* So now I just play singleplayer, and if I do anything I'm particularly fond of, I might publish the world file somewhere.
Edit: It dawned on me a touch late that I didn't get approval to post a youtube video. My bad.
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Go ahead and post :P YouTube should be fine. Anywho, I'd play on a server too!