Originally Posted by Sir Beregond
That would be my guess too. I think I had the integrated realtek at the time too.
Well, now this thread makes me want to play FO3 again. Good job
you certainly should give it another try ... with all DLCs too!
50/50 chance it was audio driver issue ... or ...
Originally Posted by sticks435
Yea, I think it had to do with having fddshow installed in directx or not having a certain codec installed, etc.
... a codec conflict, makes sense
... actually it rings a bell, because I stopped using ffdshow around that time when I started playing FO3, can't remember if there was something about or not though. anyways, I no longer use any kind of 3rd party codec packs like K-Lite, matroska, CCCP or whatever ... I simply watch all movies in computer formats through VLC and never a problem again
Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder
Anyone looking for new content for NV should check out the fan made dlc.
"back to the boulder dome"
it is freaking amazing included with talking chimps and a great gritty story line.
didn't have any idea they released something for FNV, might give it a shot some day.
I still haven't played yet the community DLC for FO3 ...
Originally Posted by Alatar
Well I guess that's true
But I felt that the world still had much more potential for interesting places and things for the player to encounter.
The story of that game wasn't too bad ... I actually read the novel based in that world (pre-apocalypse) about protagonist and how he ended up being there - it was published on official game's website, quite nice prelude to the game ... playing in the game I unfortunately felt the emptiness of world too (lack of fauna or flora, very few NPCs save for "cities") ... I found quite annoying the need of returning at least once to every location for a re-run (simplified map usually) ... but I found it super cool to drive and upgrade cars in that game, shooting bandits, decapitating with wingsticks, even got into racing matches (won all races in both cities to upgrade all cars to max) ... I enjoyed the game and eventually learned to like that depressing feel of that dull post-apocalyptic world ruled by SOB from the Authority
I believe my favorite quests/location were the Dead City (and then re-run in opposite order), very fun place
Originally Posted by pez
. I've only played for about an hour so far, but it's not bad. It heavily feels like Borderlands. I actually enjoy the movement, though. For a $5 game, I can't see being terribly disappointed in it. Metro 2033 and Far Cry 3 are more of a disappointment so far, to me :/.
no no no, Metro 2033 disappointing? man! that's my favorite game of the year ... spent the time playing it with pleasure ... and fear
... needed to learn how to save ammo (good aim or throwing knives), select weapons I keep carefully, spare the military grade bullets (money) ... and use a walk-through at some point to stealth through bandit (and NAZI later) stations and the Front lines, but this game had the best atmosphere!!! I suppose you haven't read the book of same title, either?
that game was purely amazing, was able to see both endings, the bad one (similar to how book ended) and the Enlightened One (one presented by Khan at some point).Edited by feniks - 1/10/13 at 5:29pm