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Three Dog on Fallout Tease Fallout

The Fallout wiki has a new trailer offering an audio interview (conducted in an echo chamber) with Erik Dellums the voice actor behind Three Dog, the DJ from the Fallout series, who recently made headlines by teasing a possible return of his character. They specify right off that he's not there to discuss any unannounced projects, but they do discuss the reaction to his tweets like this, as he says neither he nor Bethesda thought this would cause the sensation it has, a na´vetÚ he may be able to pull off, but it's hard to believe Bethesda did not no the reaction fans would have to a new Fallout tease. Thanks No Mutants Allowed.

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32. Re: Three Dog on Fallout Tease Fallout Jan 22, 2013, 09:57 MajorD

jdreyer wrote on Jan 22, 2013, 02:02:
MajorD wrote on Jan 21, 2013, 20:20:
jdreyer wrote on Jan 21, 2013, 14:53:
Thanks, MajorD. Bought Fallout last year but still have yet to play it. Played Oblivion a couple of years ago with all the mods and had a great time so will definitely check it out.

NP! Hopefully you'll like it, especially with some of the top Mods.

Oblivion is the next one I want to jump back into, but I'll probably start over, as it has been too long since I orginally played it; I was only a few hours into it anyway. What would be you top 5 you would recommend for Oblivion?

First I installed the unoffical Oblivion patch. I considered installing either Oscuro's Overhaul or Francesco's Leveled Creatures, but ultimately decided to go with the experience intended by the devs, gameplay wise. The plan was to do a second play through with one or both of those, but then I never got around to it. Now I kind of wish I'd installed them to start with.

To make it look nicer, I installed Qarl's texture pack, Unique Landscapes, and Natural Environments. I also installed the Darnified UI to make the UI work better on a big PC monitor. And I installed the Oblivion mod manager to control it all. I also added Midas' Magic Spells which adds a bunch of new magic.

I didn't run into any conflicts with this somewhat modest install, with the exception of one new dungeon I couldn't get through.

Here's a comprehensive forum post on Steam talking about different mods and how to best install them to avoid conflicts.

EDIT: Here's an even MORE comprehensive mod guide over at Wow. Makes me want to install even more stuff and run through it again. As if I have time for that...

Very cool! Thanks for the information, I appreciate it.

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