You know, it’s been many years since the last time I played a “Fallout” title. Why? Because I think things really started to go downhill for the “Fallout” series after “Fallout: New Vegas”.
I mean, let’s be honest, “Fallout 76” is absolutely terrible…So from my point of view, one is better off just playing the old “Fallout” titles instead.
And speaking of which, I just installed “Fallout 2” on my computer for the first time in over eight years (I know, I know, shame on me!). Well, long story short. I sure didn’t regret doing that, because it sure didn’t take me long to remember why I spent years playing “Fallout 2” in my youth.
However, this time I played “Fallout 2” a little “differently” from the last time that I played the game. You see, while I was creating my “Fallout 2” character I cranked up my luck stats as much as I could. “And why did you do that?”
So you might wonder, because I had a slight memory of luck playing a huge roll in things such as winning in casinos, gambling games and finding rare random encounters on the world map (some random encounters can’t even be found if you don’t have enough luck for it).
And speaking of luck and gambling. As you might already know, there are quite a few places in “Fallout 2” where you can gamble and win money and whatnot. Well, you can get a rather good start in the game if you head off to New Reno and use your luck to earn some fast and easy cash.
And “if” everything went well, then you could use the money that you won to buy some new weapons, gear and whatnot (I did not have such a luck the first times that I played “Fallout 2” as a teen).
Simply put, it’s something that’s going to help you out a whole lot while while exploring a very deadly and hostile post-apocalyptic North America.
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