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?
Confirmed, Brahmin tipping is in.
You can test for yourself at the Mojave Outpost, west of Nipton, Southwest of Primm.
Now that we've established that you can tip brahmin in New Vegas (as well as Fallout 3), how does one actually go about tipping a brahmin?
According to this answer to another Fallout New Vegas question, there are implants available for purchase which will increase SPECIAL stats or grant health regeneration and increased damage threshold. Where can I find these bad boys?
One of the notable 'features' of Fallout:New Vegas was the return to the series of 'Low Int Dialog' - that is to say, special dialog options in conversations that reflected the fact that you had rolled a Very Stupid Character. Now, I know the threshhold for Low-Int speech options is generally 3 or lower. What I'm curious about is if I set my Int to 4, (which, among other things, unlocks... of 3, will I see these low-int options? Or are the checks tied to base Intelligence, in much the same way that the checks for Perception based perks can be ruined by the '4 Eyes' trait?
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?
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?
I'm just wondering if Fallout New Vegas is like Skyrim, where wearing an armor on one body part will protect other body parts (regardless if armor is worn on that body part). In FNV, do body armors have any effect on the head? Will it be better to use hollow point ammunition (does more damage to unarmored opponents) on an enemy with body armor, but no helmet or head armor or other head apparel when targetting the head?
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.)
Bethesda games, sadly, have been going downhill with respect to playing past the ending quest: In Oblivion, you could play past the game's ending and even got a special piece of armor from it. In Fallout 3, you couldn't play past the ending without buying the Broken Steel DLC. In Fallout: New Vegas, you couldn't play past the ending. Period. How does Skyrim handle the ending mission in this respect?
How do you play custom music on the radio in Fallout 3 and/or Fallout: New Vegas?