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If only though, right? The humorous video put together by Bethesda is appreciated nonetheless. I don't know about you guys, but I could so go for having one of these to navigate the everyday trivialities of life.

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The goal of the game's as follows: Reach Vegas, alive, by choosing the right routes, selecting the best allies, and not getting killed by Deathclaws throughout the first few clips. Multiple ways to get there, much like the 'Choose Your Own Adventure' books.

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Some of the tricks employed by this demonically swift n speedy gamer to achieve the new record:

  • Breaking his own legs to gain speed. This works by saving and quickloading just before crippling your character; if done correctly the game grants you a 152% speedboost.
  • Playing the game in Italian, as it is quicker than the English voice acting.
  • Skipping NPC dialogue via quicksaves.
  • Clipping through walls using quicksaves—Kungkobra notes that “wall collision is kinda dodgy in this game.”
  • Freezing enemies. As Kungkobra explains it, if you bring up the map screen and then place a custom marker fast enough, the process will halt enemies around you. This is how he blazes past difficult enemies—the speedrun is a lot of literal running through the wasteland.
Via: westracer
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Credit goes out to Westracer for the video. Meanwhile, still over here waiting for that power armor drop though...

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Via: Kotaku
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Thanks to FluffyNinjaLlama for putting this together! You can now allot your freshly captured Deathclaws to tend to your gardens of potatoes and apples.



And of course, as promised the epic arena duel between Preston and Deathclaw (recreated to near perfection).

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