Fallout 3 Lincoln Memorial Picture

One of the things that people are talking about the most right now is the F Fallout 3 Lincoln memorial picture. That’s right, the one where you can see the President of the United States shooting a flaming bomb through a huge portion of the woods. Of course, it’s still very unclear as to what caused him to do this, and whether or not it was a heart attack. We do know that Lincoln was hit in the leg with the bomb, which is pretty disturbing considering all of the images of Lincoln on the front of shots.

The game players are just as confused about this as anyone else. One theory being tossed around is that Lincoln may have been attempting to shoot at a nuclear power station when the explosion went off. If so, then why the heck didn’t he get there a few minutes earlier? Another theory that is being pushed includes the fact that Lincoln may have been trying to stop the nuclear war which was happening at the time. Whichever the case may be, you can see why some gamers are very confused about this, and why they are looking for signs of the elusive Fallout 3 Collector’s Edition.

The problem with these theories is that they all just simply aren’t true. No one has found any evidence that confirms or disproves these theories, and even if they were true, they wouldn’t have come out of the wood without a great deal of evidence. For one thing, the picture wasn’t in the book at the time of the game’s release, so someone must have added it since then in an effort to make up for it.

Fallout 3
Fallout 3

There’s another problem with all of these theories as well. That problem is that none of them make sense. They don’t make any logical sense, and they just don’t make any sense at all. And that’s a big problem, because a game like Fallout 3 is supposed to make sense, and it is supposed to be a puzzle that should give you a new set of questions every time you play it.

Lincoln Memorial
Lincoln Memorial

The Lincoln Memorial picture isn’t a puzzle. The picture isn’t there to baffle you. It isn’t there to give you a reason as to why the guards on the cliff are pointing in a certain direction. The location where the picture actually is can never be explained – or revealed – in any way. There isn’t a way to figure out where that location is, or why the guards are pointing in that direction.

But that doesn’t mean the location won’t make sense in the context of the rest of the game. It would certainly make sense if the location had any significance, or had any significant meaning to the game’s events. However, that is not the case here. So why is there a quest involving the Lincoln Memorial in the first place? What purpose does it serve?

I believe the answer lies in the game’s story. The writers of Fallout 3 realize that their perspective of the history of the United States is a little skewed by the fact that most Americans didn’t have a chance to see the picture in real life. Therefore, they make up for that with a dream sequence that includes the view from the Lincoln Memorial. It makes the whole thing seem more real because it is real, and it gives the players a chance to imagine what it might have been like to see this iconic photo.

Fallout 3 Minecraft Project
Fallout 3 Minecraft Project

This is just one example of something that feels more like a personal experience to me. I like quests like these that give me the feeling of being a part of the action. I like role-playing games where the player gets the sense that whatever he or she is doing is important. I like games that take me out of the world and put me inside of someone else’s head, like Fallout 3. And I like role-playing games that give me an experience that is as real and exciting as possible. In this regard, the Lincoln Memorial picture seems like it has achieved that goal.

Lincoln Memorial
Lincoln Memorial

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Fallout 3 Lincoln Memorial Photo by XxTBone552xX
Fallout 3 Lincoln Memorial Photo by XxTBone552xX

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Sergey Shelukhin’s web site

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