I'm playing Fallout 2 which is way less stable than I recall and I guess Bethesda's glitchiness in the later games is within the character of the franchise
And pickpocketing primed explosives into people's inventory?
@wyrddrgn oh yah I'd forgotten about that fun little trick
Myron. *Nods sagely*
Bethesda won't let me steal power armor in the first 20 seconds of the game so I can become an unkillable punching machine tho. I have to keep mucking around with having "low stats" and "No power armor training" or "you're out of fusion cores" like
I had to jack this stuff from a deathclaw infested sewer it could at least be good.
@happyhorseskull I played Fallout 1 on release and adored it; I installed Fallout 2 on release and it simply didn't run so I didn't play it until like 10 years later
@darius I played 2 at friend's house so only got to play snippets and maybe that's how I should have left my Fallout 2 experience bank
@happyhorseskull There are zillions of fan patches that will make it much more stable on a modern machine, if I remember correctly.
The main thing that shocked me about 2 is that even moreso than 1 it *really* relies on the little text box in the corner to get a lot of descriptive info to the player. I kind of love that it's a secret text adventure
@darius mmhmm it's a roguelike with a flashy interface
That was the best I can do but yeah, they rush that crap out.
@happyhorseskull the fact you can lose half of your car, both graphically and functionally, remains one of my all time favorite bugs in anything
Unstoppable shitposting engine.