Saturday, November 14, 2015

Fallout 4

The Fallout 4 game has amazing graphics with the PS4 and the landscape in the game is beautiful, even for a radioactive wasteland. The world is vast, and intricate, every detail sculpted to please the ocular palate. Most buildings you can enter and scavenge through for materials, weapons, ammo, food, and trinkets. The open world concept truly applies here, having only run into those pesky invisible walls on the far edge of the given map. You will be able to traverse all the landscapes in the area provided to explore.

Fallout 4 - Pip-Boy Edition The Pip-Boy Edition (collectors) allows you to live out your dreams by roaming the wasteland with nothing but your jumpsuit and trusty PIP-BOY Model 3000 MK IV. All from the safety of your living room.

The Collector's Edition comes packaged in a Pip-Boy Crate. Press the side latches to open the center. Inside, you'll find the centerpiece PIP-BOY and the game placed stealthily at the top. The game comes in a metal case. Also included is a large fold out "map" featuring the Perks for Fallout 4. Its surprising sturdy, made with hard plastic and two metal clasps. Inside is foam insert so your arm fits comfortably. There is also a velcro strap to ensure it doesn't fall off or move around.

Speed through the first 10 levels.
Here is an effective way to speed a new character through the first 10+ levels.
  1. After exiting the vault, head to Sanctuary and clear the town with Codsworth as usual.
  2. Go fire up the workshop.
  3. Switch into construction mode and scrap literally everything (except weapons/armor) that you can find. Trees, ruined houses, fences, furniture, everything. You can safely scrap containers (even locked ones!) as the items inside will be automatically deposited into the workbench for you.
  4. Build a sleeping bag and rest in it. If you want to plan ahead, you could build all of the items needed for the Minutemen quest at this point.
  5. At this point you should have a lot of wood, steel, and cloth. Find some good recipes that require even numbers of one or more of these resource(s) and spam-craft your way through every last bit of it. As soon as you hit level 2, stop and put your point in Idiot Savant, then continue.
  6. Scrap all the random crap you just made, and repeat until you've used up all your resources. If you picked an even numbered recipe, as above, you should lose half of the resource each time; fans of summing geometric series will quickly realize that this means you get to use almost twice the originally scavenged amount.
  7. Proceed to Red Rocket and do the same thing. Don't forget to get Well Rested. Assuming you hit level 11 before you finish, stop and add your second point in Idiot Savant before finishing up.
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