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Yeah, pretty much. >_> The most stressful parts are when installing the CPU and plugging all the cables in. I ended up forgetting to plug the CPU power in and was freaking out for 2 hours trying to figure out why it wouldn't boot. I thought I had broke something.
I've had problems like that in LBP2 with stuff that's more complex than just 3 pieces or something. It's very easy to forget at least one thing, or overlook something, then end up super confused by things not working as they should.
I am snazzier, hot, hot rant. Warily slight as. Croak rush, OK? Weirder, almighty make out. ::)
That's nice. :o I recently had a chance to get it, but Steam was offering a THQ pack and I ended up getting that instead. Kind of hard to beat like 11 good games for the same price. >_> You ever play STALKER or Metro 2033? They're pretty similar to Fallout. STALKER has a really great world. Seems like there could be secrets everywhere. I know you like stuff like that.
I just remembered I never finished FO:NV. So many games to finish. I have no idea why I can't seem to complete them anymore. :/ Deus Ex HR is another one.
STALKER is, DE:HR and Metro are on console too. I'm not really sure why they didn't put STALKER on consoles considering it's not intensive or anything. I don't think you'd like Metro as much. Seems pretty linear.
Edit: Ack. There isn't a PS3 version of Metro anyway. Again, I don't understand why. Oh and I tried to play Fallout NV last night and discovered my controller is broken. :(