Seeing as we lost the previous thread to the communists hack, it's time we took it back, just like we did with Anchorage. So here we have it, a thread dedicated to the popular post-apocalyptic video games series. From the NCR to the Capitol Wasteland, from the Mojave to the Commonwealth, let's discuss the good discussion. A few questions to get the ball rolling. 1. When did you first get into the Fallout series? 2. Which has been your favorite game so far? 3. What are your thoughts on the latest installment of the series? 4. What would you like to see from a new Fallout game? 1. I picked up Fallout 1, 2 and Tactics before New Vegas came out, since the previews were of great interest. I only played 2 (Tactics didn't work, and 1 had too many time limits), but it was enough to get me hooked. I got 3 and New Vegas in due course. 2. Probably 3, for its atmosphere and settings. New Vegas was formerly my favorite for mechanics, but 4 seems to be replacing it in that regard. 3. Has its flaws. Bugs aside, some of the RPG elements seem a bit weak, and parts of the settlement mechanic could use better introduction. But other than that, I'm having a blast. It's fun making a network of heavily fortified safe zones, which provide artillery-based fire support in a fight if need be. The new perk system works better than I expected. Boston is also an interesting choice of setting, and a welcome change from the Mojave Wasteland. 4. Somewhere new, with its own unique feel. Maybe a game set further North, in Alaska or Canada. Or do the opposite and go down South; I hear there was to be a game set in Florida, which might be interesting. In mechanical terms, I'd like to see the new combat system coupled with more meaningful RPG elements, along with a return of the settlement mechanic with expansion and improvement.