QUOTE(Imaphatpimp @ Nov 30 2008, 01:32 PM) [snapback]1473347[/snapback]
Can you do that pausing kill shit with the bat? If not this game sucks ass and Im never going to get it.
Im probably eventually going to get it.
Yep like 2112 mentioned, you can.
You can use VATS pretty much for any weapon, or recon surveillance.
That's very handy for the sneak skills. There are like 20 more melee
weapons than just the bat bro, everything from a household rolling pin
and tire iron to a combat knife and ripper electric knife.
I use a custom built sishkabob, it's a flaming sword.
There is also a pneumatic glove called a power fist, and of course,
a rarer version of that. This game has a multitude of weapons,
custom weapons, and very rare weapons. I just scored a rare high
velocity SMG and a custom kneecapper shotgun all in one hour's play.
Stash those after a few uses, go back to plasma and sniper.
It's the WWE of the wastelands out here, if you can get into it.
QUOTE(turd burglar @ Nov 19 2008, 03:28 PM) [snapback]1472191[/snapback]
hey, i learned a new trick last night!! if you press R3 (PS3 of course) when your cursor is over any object, your character will pick it up and you can maneuver it around with the analog sticks!! i've been customizing my wastland explorer theme by putting a pile of pre-war money and weapons on the table... as well as putting a couple plates down with mole rat meat on it... basically, you can place any items anywhere, and THEY STAY THERE FOREVER!! i even got a BOS helmet on top of the motorcycle handlbars...
Dude my girl is SO into that. Not just decoration, but placement.
If you've ever been a slave dishwasher in a restaurant you'll
know what I mean. Try and stack up plates...it's like learning to
stack blocks as a kid all over again. With the XBox 360 it's RS,
the right joystick, and man does Wadsworth get in the way.
(I'm not sure if you have a servant if you went for Tenpenny Towers)
I had hand weapons nicely laid out on the desk then just went back
to the Wasteland Survival Guide, a Combat Knife, and an Ice Cold Nuka Cola.
Have the BoS helmet on the apparel file cabinet of course.
The workbench has got all the tools, it's the kitchen that was the bitch.
Had to literally learn how to maneuver and place, but it was fun.
You tried a mannequin? Awesome. I haven't tried much bigger than a
garbage can or wheel, and you can't take them inside your house with
you. This is like the gravity gun in Half Life but better, I just need to
learn the up/down and R/L axis...so far I noticed if you pick up an
object by a certain corner, handle, or top, you can guide them
carefully into place. Have stacked up Raiders by the dozens.
The Raiders are bitches, they up your skill.
Taken the school library yet? I'm at Evergreen Mills.
Many places they re-spawn, but not after you clean them out.
Kind of like the Muties, in certain locations. I did the Springvale
School clean out early in the game, for the first level up.
(...and the ant caves)
Only the 3 outside in the broken area re-spawn.
That's just an example.
Super-Duper Mart interior they don't re-spawn.
I think once you clean out a building they only
re-spawn outside....and they are easy bitches
for XP points and skills/level up.
Now they are like Mole Rats to me, there are much
worse enemies in the game.