Come back to the NCR; Fallout New California just dropped

Subject: General Tech | October 24, 2018 - 01:50 PM |
Tagged: project brazil, mod, gaming, fallout: new vegas, Fallout: New California

It's been a long time coming but the total conversion of Fallout: New Vegas is finally here, at least in beta form anyhow.  Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN has a teaser video and links to the files you will need to mod New Vegas into New California and revisit the post-apocalyptic coast.  There are a number of other mods the team recommends to enhance your gameplay, as well as the LAA patch which is required.  You can expect to see interesting behaviour at this point in the release, New Vegas is eight years old and may balk at the amount of cores and RAM in your machine, so make sure to keep notes on any crashes and let the team know.

If you are fighting with multiple monitors, here is a good first step.

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"Formerly known as Project Brazil, New California has been in the works since the early days of New Vegas, which coincidentally just turned eight years old. New California tells the story of a new protagonist – the Star Player – a Vault-Ball player who (depending on choices made during the prologue) will follow broadly combat or science-themed stories."

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October 24, 2018 | 08:15 PM - Posted by FalloutDJIA (not verified)

More like Trade Tariff Fallout DJIA with Panic Like selling taking hold on the NYSE. Chip Stocks are taking a beating and poor AMD is even poorer in after hours trading! But AMD is not alone as Texas Instruments(TI) and other chip makers are down also. AMD in regular trading was only down around 8 1/4 percent just like TI but in after hours trading AMD's lower revenues must have triggered some insane automated sell off and who knows how much pain the entire Processor/CHIP market will face after all the current round of tariffs are factored in with even steeper tariffs beginning Jan 2019.

AMD is still showing better quaterly figures compared to last year's same period quarterly figures and it still has earnings per share but it sure looks like AMD may be selling at an more attractive price/earnings ratio after this correction. The whole Chip market looks like it's on for some sort of correction and the Chinese Trade Tariffs are not helping folks in the PC business at all.

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