I have a confession to make. I have a problem with games, specifically with western style RPG's. I restart them.
I recently got my hands on Star Ocean: The Last Hope again, and I've noticed some things as I've been playing. Things that make me take a minute to pause, examine the underlying messages found in most games, and specifically in this one.
Buckle in, we're about to warp past common sense and into the realm of abject stupidity.
When people fire up their console to play Madden, most don't think of the way that the game is poised to influence the future of real football.
Don't follow? That's alright, let me break it down for you.
The wasteland has a lot to offer, almost too much. Fear not, intrepid wanderers, I'll help you figure out what matters and what doesn't.
Wandering the Mojave is a dangerous job, but with the right skills, you can make it almost fun. It pays to have some NCR training in your background, and it pays even more when you know which chems to use, when to use them and how to make them on your own.
The NCR Chemical Trooper is an expert at both military small arms and the use and creation of common chems and other aids. Some specialized explosive skills help to round out this build, and keep the fun factor high.