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Fallout: New VegasVideo Game (W-Style RPG, First-Person Shooter)

Fallout: New Vegas, the follow-up to Fallout 3 - the 2008 Game of the Year - brings this beloved franchise to a location only Fallout could do justice: Vegas. Fallout: New Vegas takes all the action, humor and post-apocalyptic grime and grit of this legendary series, and raises the stakes. Published by Bethesda Softworks, Fallout: New Vegas is currently under development at Obsidian Entertainment and is slated for a Fall 2010 release.

User Average Score

8.2Great!

Rated by 51 people registered on Favslist

André MayfieldFallout: New Vegas

7 months ago

im bout to stop going to work cause this motherfucker right here swallowing all my time. thanks to Husky Wing for saying this should be played on pc, is good. in all realness though this is fuckin huge and theres so much to do. its so much fun! god damn

Husky Wing wew lass

7 months ago

Silent GamerFallout: New Vegas

11 months ago

Gries He terrible game

11 months ago

Silent Gamer I couldn't get into it myself, but I know a lot of people liked it.

11 months ago

Jonathan Oyama The game kind of started off weird, like an Elder Scrolls-style gig. It's still Fallout, but the backdrop is very different than the patriotic environment of Fallout 3. I like all the jokes about California, though.

11 months ago

Leo Barbosa wrote his opinion about Fallout: New Vegas

1 year ago

Another amazing cRPG in my All-Time Top 10. Real rpg with skills and role-playing, great non-linear story, good setting. I wish I could give it 10/10, but the bugs can be annoying. I don't care about them though.

Score: 9.5 (Fantastic!)

Leo BarbosaFallout: New Vegas

1 year ago

40h in and just doing the side quests. About this game: https://vine.co/v/eA6ulgVFrQd

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Master CrashFallout: New Vegas

1 year ago

Welp

Gries He Thanks for reminding me how ugly and uncreative fallout's brownish pseudo-realistic artstyle really is.

1 year ago

Robert Berlin Gries gonna Gries

1 year ago

Master Crash No prob Gries! Glad to know I'm having fun and you're not! ^_^

1 year ago

Stephanie TaylorFallout: New Vegas

1 year ago

Still better than Fallout 3

Bob GutSmasha Sometimes I worry that if I looked inside you I would see a guy playing Assassin's Creed on his phone... It frightens me.

1 year ago

Dr Eggnog That is a scary mental image. If it soothes you, I've barely played any Assassins Creed and I don't have an iphone.

1 year ago

Stephanie Taylor Somehow, despite the Mojave being so much more spread out and huge, it felt more "alive" to me than the Capital Wasteland. And that liveliness made for an all-around more immersive world, I guess? I struggle with the concept of "immersion" in games but I guess the term kind of fits here. I liked the mythos of the Mojave, and the different factions and the Strip, and the main storyline more, too. And they made so many little improvements to the mechanics. The only trade off is more bugs, but like I say in my review, if you install then you avoid most of them. Except for the actual bugs. Cazadors are terrifying and unfair.

1 year ago

Dr Eggnog wrote his opinion about Fallout: New Vegas

2 years ago

Passes the time but I like the graphics and vibe of Fallout 3 better, plus I don't care about a lot of the new touches this one adds.

Score: 6.0 (Not bad!)

Dr Eggnog I just don't get into it. F3 has a beginning sequence that really immerses me into the game. I care about what I'm doing in 3. New Vegas just drops me in and I don't really care.

2 years ago

msg . Yeah I agree, but it's the same game almost when you start playing.

2 years ago

Dr Eggnog But I also don't like the visuals as much, or all the little differences in the gameplay. They're similar enough that I feel like I could just be playing 3 instead.

2 years ago

Kevin Soehren wrote his opinion about Fallout: New Vegas

2 years ago

The sub-genre of "Open World RPG" is a surprisingly small considering the massive sales of many of these games. Though a number of action-adventure games have open worlds, RPG's, seemingly a perfect fit, mostly rely on Bethesda, and the occasional Borderlands or Witcher game these days. And of these, my favorite would have to be Fallout: New Vegas. It is not just the setting and premise that sells the world, but also the tone. Though "war never changes," this is because humanity never changes, which ends up working for the better in many cases. The DLC in particular relies the theme of humanity's eternal nature, but the core game also is a great depiction of this. It also helps that the gameplay and developing characters feels a bit more diverse and deep than that of Fallout 3, Oblivion, or Skyrim. New Vegas has flaws, but remains the open world RPG I judge others by.

Score: 9.0 (Fantastic!)

Mike Whitfield wrote his opinion about Fallout: New Vegas

2 years ago

The Bethesda/Obsidian Fallout games are my all-time favorites, although I use mods to play them as first person survival shooters. The amount of content is simply incredible, as is the control over how you play. Nobody supports modding like Bethesda, allowing you to make the game exactly what you want to play. The humor is nice, too.

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

Envy Omicron wrote his opinion about Fallout: New Vegas

2 years ago

New Vegas does everything right that other RPGs published by Bethesda constantly get wrong. The characters were far more memorable than almost anyone from TES or Fallout 3, and they weren't nearly as much of a nuisance. The world also feels very believable, and has a unique aesthetic, even when compared to the other Fallouts. The choices you're presented with allow, or rather require, a greater degree of actual roleplaying than almost anything in The Elder Scrolls, or even Fallout 3. There was rarely ever a moment where, given the circumstances, I wanted to make a reasonable decision that wasn't available to me for some arbitrary design reason. For all that, Obsidian deserves some serious praise.

Score: 8.5 (Great!)

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