Like many RPGs, Fallout: New Vegas has day/night cycles. Right now, I'm trying to infiltrate the REPCONN labs to find out why there are so many ghouls there, while still making it back to Novac in time to find out who's killing Bhramin.
I need to be in the Bhramin pen at midnight in order to catch the perp and it takes me about four minutes of real time to walk from REPCONN to Novac. I need to know when to leave to make my appointment.
What is the game-time to real-time ratio in Fallout: New Vegas?
One in-game-hour transpires in two real time minutes. This can be adjusted by changing the Timescale variable using the console, but I would not recommend it.
Keep in mind that, for objectives like the ones you describe, if you miss them, you can always wait 22 hours (or whatever) and try again. Just be mindful of your Hunger/Thirst/Exhaustion meters if you're playing on Hardcore.
Apparently my puny hard drive can't handle the awesomeness of Payday 2, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, and Fallout: New Vegas all being installed on my hard disk at the same time. I spent all my money buying Payday, XCOM and New Vegas so now I can't afford a bigger hard drive. I need to uninstall some of my old games to make room. Is there a way to sort my Steam games by size on disk? I would prefer to only remove one game rather than several.
I just found out that the city of Stockholm has made open 3d-models of basically the entire city. I'm thinking of porting them to some starcraft-like real-time-strategy-game, playing the siege of Stockholm etc. What new game supports custom maps with proper 3d-modelling.
I have been playing Fallout: New Vegas quite a bit, despite the following bug. It occured after only playing for a couple of hours and even persisted after I cleared the game data and reinstalled... effect) or become missing entirely, leaving gaping black holes in everything. As you move around, textures pop in and out of existence. This is quite annoying, but I love the game so I keep playing..., and although I can find many people complaining about various bugs (which I do not seem to suffer from) I have not found anyone complaining about this one. Is it common? Perhaps this is just blind hope
Let's say I'm working the various quests in New Vegas, and am currently in the early stages of both The House Always Wins and the Wild Card quests. What is the latest point in The House Always Wins that I can safely complete the Wild Card series, assuming I want to take control New Vegas? (Note: I do plan on finishing off as many side quests as possible before going this route, so time is not exactly a factor here -- I just want to be sure I don't go so far down The House Always Wins that I'm unable to do the Wild Cards.)
Alright, so for the last 2 days I've been trying to figure out how to solve this issue with Skyrim, Fallout 3, and New Vegas. When starting Skyrim, my mouse responds fine, but my windows cursor also appears. To solve that, I'd alt-tab and play the game as usual. However, 2 days ago, I updated my Nvidea driver. Ever since, when I'd alt-tab and come back, my windows cursor would be gone, however... other game (i.e. Bioshock Infinite and Metro Last Light) on high+ graphics (smoothly) (so far) Up until the driver update, none of the 3 games had any real issues Apparently I may have had
I'm 100+ hours in to my first playthrough of Fallout: New Vegas, and I'm getting to the point where I will soon have to "make a choice" regarding the future of the Wasteland. Until I met Yes-Man (I so need someone like him in the real world, preferably armed), I was ready to side with the NCR. Then as I progressed further, I found out some of the evil, rotten things they -- and the Crimson... the Brotherhood to the NCR, from the Legion to the Great Khans, from Mr. House to the families which actually run his casinos. Nothing is cut-and-dried. I suppose I should expect this in a Fallout game
I've been playing Fallout New Vegas and I spotted the Mojave Express drop box in Goodsprings, but I haven't seen any others. Supposedly you can use these drop boxes to move items from place to place in the Wasteland, but I haven't been able to figure out how. How do you use Mojave Express Drop Boxes?
In Fallout: New Vegas on PC, you can set a quick weapon access keys by pressing a keyboard shortcut (1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8), and clicking a weapon in the menu. The keys are replaced by directions on the direction pad when playing with a controller. I am playing with a 360 controller, the keyboard commands are disabled. It is therefore tedious to modify the quick weapon access keys, since I have to disable my controller in the controls menu each time I want to do it. Is there a less tedious method to set the quick weapon access keys when playing with a controller?
Apparently you could tip brahmin in Fallout 3. This is one of those few things in Fallout 3 I never thought of, and thus never tried. Rather than loading up Fallout 3 just to go brahmin-tipping, I'm wondering if you can do that in New Vegas as well, as they're built on the same tech?