Well guys I appreciate your replies. I am going to sleep now and then work in the morning. Hahaha life. Well lets see if we can keep this thread alive and get some more doctors to join the conversation.
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I am a medical doctor. I am currently training to be a radiologist and it has become increasingly difficult for me to give time to video games. But I have always been a gamer at heart. No other entertainment medium has brought me the same joy as video games have. Although these days games don't fascinate or indulge me as they once did yet I wish to keep on playing them.
So are there any other medical doctors out there? who perhaps feel the same way as I do? How is your gaming going? How do you manage?
I was really busy these days. I couldnt watch e3 rather I had no internet for the past 3 weeks! Now when I try to catch up I am bombarded with a sea of information. You guys know any place I can get a summary of everything that happenned at e3? Perhaps something that doesnt require hours on hours of surfing and browsing through stuff?
Man I am running it off AVX still those options are off. Do I need to change something in the bios ? or install some specific driver or software?
Man how do you enable vsync on this game? enabling through nvidia control panel results in CTD
I am unable to turn on advanced blending and smoke shadows. Any ideas why this is the case? Here are my system specs.
Intel Core i5-3570 CPU @ 3.40GHz (4 CPUs), ~3.8GHz
16gb RAM CORSAIR VENGANCE
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 OC
240 GB SSD
MOBO GIGABYTE GA-Z77X
Skyrim is better
OT: New Vegas. Specially for PC, considering there is a mod that allows you to play FO3 with New Vegas, rendering it obsolete.Even if you can carry the items and stats from mojave over to the wasteland and play parts from both games interchangeably. It doesn't render the comparison obsolete. Considering that you posted such a thing suggests that you like the PC a bit too much? :p While I agree that PC is now a far superior platform for playing either of the games or as you said only platform to play both games simultaneously. This is Not the thread to discuss such a thing. Go to system wars if you want that.
Very well said. I too could not connect with my character in New Vegas. Where as I felt pretty much involved in fallout 3, exactly because of the fact that i followed my characters life right from his/her birth through his teenages and finally when i get to leave the vault in search of my character's father the story was too personal and immersive.
I enjoyed Fallout 3 more due to the emotional context. Starting off by being born, growing up in the vault and then heading out to find your character's dad helped to form an emotional connection to the character you were playing. I cared a lot about my character, I wanted to help her find her dad, I shared in her grief as well as her fears and hopes.
New Vegas is a good game, but I don't find revenge to be as much of a motive compared to trying to survive in a wasteland of the dead. Also I didn't enjoy the political angle of New vegas all that much, neither side was any better than the other, they were all too full of themselves.
Fallout 3 also used emotion in other aspects, like the skeltons in the houses at Minefield, the ruins and the way the game's sun would rise and set on the wasteland. Add that with the music and it was a very emotional game.Smokescreened84
I enjoyed fall out 3 so much more then NV that I almost don't want to buy the new fall out when it comes out!trentmiles101who the hell are you and why do you have zero posts? also how the hell does ^ make sense to you?