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Some moron interviews Pete Hines
Interview - posted by Vault Dweller on Thu 11 October 2007, 17:36:48Tags: Bethesda Softworks; Fallout 3
A boy whose intelligence leaves much to be desired had a chance to interview Pete Hines for Playstation Universe, featuring asinine questions like "Now, we all know everyone at Bethesda are the kings of NPC's and A.I. Has the PlayStation 3 helped Bethesda to program for A.I. easier than other consoles at all?" and deep and insightful statements like:
From the creators of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion comes what may be one of the best post-apocalyptic role-playing games ever - Fallout 3. Due to hit stores next year, Fallout 3 will breathe life back into the once amazing franchise about a post nuclear world where humans must not only fight monstrous creatures but toxic infections and radiation as well.Not being completely satisfied with this prediction, the boy-genius added the following on the Bethesda forums:
Well, from what I have seen on Fallout 3 at press events and the pre-E3 showing, I can say that Fallout 3 will be the best RPG ever. Talk to any guy who has seen gameplay footage from press events and they will agree with me.The mind boggles. Anyway, back to the interview:
Unlike Oblivion where gamers jump into a first time story, Fallout 3 is a game with a storyline that reaches back to two other games. How will the experience be for a gamer that’s never played any previous Fallout game vs. a gamer that’s played them all? Will there be any benefits or disadvantages?If Fallout 3's storyline is as deep as Oblivion's storyline... Well, I don't think we can handle all that depth.
Actually, Fallout and The Elder Scrolls are very similar in that respect. Both have a deep storyline and backstory that runs through the series...
And in conclusion, here is one of the first comments to the interview:
Oblivion 5? What kind of a idiot are you really? Mentally retarded does not even come close to something that could describe you.Good question. I'd like to know that as well.