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User Info: Ininja2000

Ininja2000
10 years ago#1
OK, I know I'll probably get a ton of trolling "grow up this game isn't for little kidz!" type of responses, but honestly, it was in the first two, so it's only logical to wonder if this game has it as well.

Please answer unbiasedly with a simple yes/no response.

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User Info: SecuROM_

SecuROM_
10 years ago#2
No.
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User Info: Ininja2000

Ininja2000
10 years ago#3
Thank you.
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User Info: Kaezar_Kaze

Kaezar_Kaze
10 years ago#4
Isn't it ironic that some people like to argue that nudity, sex, drugs, foul language and violence are crucial in mature games, when these are the elements that are most likely to appeal to immature youngsters?
"The problem with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in."

User Info: kingdomhfan

kingdomhfan
10 years ago#5
*looks at sig*

teehee

No, there are no such filters.

User Info: lordofthefarm

lordofthefarm
10 years ago#6
majestic13
Posted 11/12/2008 10:55:04 PM
message detail Isn't it ironic that some people like to argue that nudity, sex, drugs, foul language and violence are crucial in mature games, when these are the elements that are most likely to appeal to immature youngsters?

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"The problem with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in."


Who the hell argues that? That's a stupid argument. Present me with an adult who thinks this and he'll be brutally mauled by two 60 year old Russian prostitutes who just had some testosterone inducing drugs.
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User Info: sbennett30188

sbennett30188
10 years ago#7
Actually, yes it does.

Since you're on the PC versions board I'll assume you are using the PC version.

The following are selections from the TweakGuides Fallout 3 guide.
http://www.tweakguides.com/Fallout3_1.html

"Fallout 3 has two main .ini files which hold all of its key settings. These are the Fallout.ini and FalloutPrefs.ini files, both found under the \Documents and settings\[username]\My Documents\My Games\Fallout3\ directory in Windows XP, or the \Users\[username]\Documents\My Games\Fallout3\ directory in Windows Vista. You can edit these files using a standard text editor like Windows Notepad. Before altering either of these files, I strongly recommend making backup copies of each and storing them somewhere safe. Note that if at any time you wish to return your .ini files to their default settings, simply delete them and the next time you launch Fallout 3 it will automatically recreate them with the default options - though obviously you will lose all your customizations."

"bDisableAllGore=1 - If set to =1, this variable will disable all gore in the game. This includes removing all blood decals and splatter marks, and all forms of dismemberment. Note: This setting does not exist by default in the .ini file, it must be manually created exactly as shown above and placed under the [General] section of the Fallout.ini file (e.g. insert it under the last sLanguage=ENGLISH line). If on the other hand you want more control over the level gore, try a mod such as this Gore Tweak Mod (Fallout.ini)."



This will disable all blood and dismemberment in the game. You can also use the Gore Tweaks mod (http://www.fallout3nexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=197) to customize the gore you want to allow.

User Info: Zarvayas

Zarvayas
10 years ago#8
I think that "argument" is more along the lines that nudity, sex, gore etc. - when handled properly - can add to the immersion of a mature game. The general feeling of lawlessness and anarchy was aided greatly in Fallout 1 and 2 by those elements, but was balanced by the fact that they were completely optional, and were not integral to the plot or regular gameplay in any fashion. (Becoming a porn star, killing children, the bloody mess perk, the kama sutra master perk, etc.)

But simply having childish gameplay with boobs bouncing about and a main character hopped up on PCP does not a mature game make.

User Info: F1_2004

F1_2004
10 years ago#9
nudity, sex, drugs, foul language and violence appeal to more than just youngsters... the early-mid 20's demographic too.

User Info: Ininja2000

Ininja2000
10 years ago#10
Thank you for the link sbennett30188, unfortunately I couldn't find anything about the language, but the gore tweak was cool.


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