I Finally See The Problem.

With something on Steam.


So, I finished off Fallout 3 today. I didn’t do the DLC, but apparently, I didn’t have them turned on in the Data Files. I’m not sure why that is. I guess I didn’t want them at some point. Or maybe they start unchecked.

At any rate, I finished it off. That’s one game down that I was working on. Now I just have Pokemon Uranium to finish. And of course, I have Costume Quest to play.

I guess that’s really all I had for you. I suppose I could have waited until tomorrow to talk about it. More dramatic this way, maybe.

Anyways, it’s getting close to bedtime, so I will wander off.

More To Come.

Well, maybe.


I didn’t sleep well again last night. This is getting to be a theme and I don’t like it.

On the bright side, I found a way to fix my quest marker in Fallout 3. Apparently, it’s been a problem for quite some time, even before Windows 10. It actually involved turning off the quest marker in an .ini file, and then going into the game, going out, and turning it back on.

I didn’t think that made much sense, but it worked like a champ. I was rather excited about that. I spent a good bit of time playing Fallout 3 yesterday. I’m actually getting close to the end of the main questline. I haven’t done much of the sidequests, and I haven’t done any of the DLC. Not sure if I will or not. I suppose we shall see.

I also need to find some Power Armor. I didn’t pick any up from the few places that I could have. I guess that was a mistake. I have Power Armor training now, but no armor. I’ll have to work on that at some point.

I am not sure if I’m going to be playing more Fallout 3 tonight. I might. We’ll have to see how the evening goes.

I guess I don’t have much else to say right now. As usual. I guess it’s time to wrap it up, then.

Sometimes I Think.

Though I try to make it as little as possible.


It’s another wonderful day. Okay, not really. I slept on and off again last night. And also, my back hurts, but I don’t know why. I suppose that it will get better later, but I’m not positive about that.

I need to make better posts around here. Sometimes I think of things that maybe should be posted, but I never think to do that. I guess I’m bad at this. I will try harder to come up with more valuable content.

So, besides Diablo II, I have been playing Fallout 3, though it doesn’t work perfectly on Window 10. The biggest problem, though, is that the quest marker just doesn’t work sometimes. It’s not so bad in the overworld, but down in the metro tunnels, it’s kinda killer.

That’s where I stopped last night, down in the metro. I’m pretty flummoxed by the whole thing. I wish I knew why that didn’t work. Maybe I should try looking it up.

The other main thing that’s broken is conversations. Sometimes the caption won’t update when an NPC moves on to another line. It doesn’t happen always, just sometimes. Also, it will sometimes display the dialog options for the player wrong, with one line being blank, and two lines on top of each other. On the bright side, I can fix this by just mousing over the options. When it hits the blank line, it displays properly again.

Also, I had to install the Games For Windows Live client, even though that service is long gone. It just wouldn’t start Fallout 3 without it. I’m not even sure why it’s necessary, since FO3 is a single player game with no online options.

Kinda makes me wonder how Fallout: New Vegas would work under Windows 10. I suppose we shall see at some point. I mean, it’s bound to happen that I play it again. Although, if I do, I don’t see it overtaking Fallout 4 for the top spot of my most played games in Steam.

I think that’s about all I have right now. I can’t really think of anything else, at least. I guess that means it’s time…to wrap things up. Ha. I changed it up there.