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Short end of the game (F3)

Discussion in 'Fallout Series' started by Dice, Dec 11, 2008.

  1. Dice

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    Is it me or does the main quest seem a little bit on the short side? Fortunately I did a lot of exploring between the different parts of the main quest but I was a little surprised when it all ended
    after I reached the project purity room. I don't know why I was expecting it to go on longer but it just ended suddenly making me wish I had delayed following that giant robot for a while.

    I also feel that there should have been a little more to the story about Gob and his mother. He tells you to say hi to her but when you do find her and relay the message nothing else comes of it.
     
  2. Caradhras

    Caradhras I may be bad... but I feel gooood!

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    At times the game lacks a bit of depth. I've created five different characters and I enjoyed some differences between these characters and the way they dealt with their environment but I wish some quests were more elaborate.

    The main quest is not all there is in the game fortunately. It was a bit short but I found it much more interesting than in Oblivion or Morrowind; at least in Fallout you don't play the Chosen One (this time).
     
  3. Sir Belisarius

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    I know how to end the game (I stumbled onto while exploring the Wasteland), but I'm waiting until I explore every place on the map!
     
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    Yeah the ending is a bit suddenly and anti-climatic. I was only like level 16 when I finished the game.
     
  5. Caradhras

    Caradhras I may be bad... but I feel gooood!

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    The main quest is short. With my third character I decided to play a good guy and I couldn't see any reason for not going after Daddy. Being good I only did a few quests on my way, mainly Those!
    because there was no way my good character wouldn't help a nice kid like that.

    I got to level 16 as well.

    Now I'm planning my sixth character and I've found a valid reason why he shouldn't rush into the main quest so I'll be able to explore a lot and then -and only then- do the main quest.
     
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