Playing New Vegas again (I think this is my 5th time around) and I've been playing a little different this time around. Instead of kind of a jack of all trades like a normally do, I just put a lot of investment in strength, intelligence and luck, luck being 10 for gambling and lots of criticals. I wanted to play through the whole game using pretty much just the hunting rifle, maxed out with all the mods, and a second hunting rifle with just iron sights, custom action and extended magazine. As you can imagine, I got both of my primary weapons fairly early. I started building my character around using just that rifle, capping at 50 gun skill and investing In speech, sneak and repair earlier. I'd pick my perks really carefully to match the build I was going for, getting jury rigger and handloader as early as possible to get the easy mode repairs and jacketed soft points as soon as I could. But as I'd level up more I'd realize my build was pretty much complete and I was just investing stats in shit I didn't really need. I'm at level 21 now and what I called my Scout Rifle build was now no different than any other build I had done. This is especially the case with fallout 4, where you can invest in your SPECIAL after you level up. Kinda makes all builds relatively the same… I know it's kinda a weird complaint, but I honestly wish you were more constricted and had to plan out a build early. I do this with dark souls where I'll set a level cap and invest according to where I'll stop leveling. I think it'd be really cool if there was a mode where you cap at 20 and you had to be really careful what you invested in. That's just my opinion, maybe I'm just comparing 2 games that really aren't similar at all. What do you think?
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