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Fallout New Vegas - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

Platform : Xbox 360

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B003S3R482
  • Release Date: Oct. 19 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,358 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)


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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Chandon on Oct. 21 2010
Fallout 3 was perhaps my favorite game of 2008, I got all the DLC, hacked every lock, did just about everything, so I was pretty happy to hear about Fallout New Vegas, even if Obsidian was developing the game; Obsidian isn't bad, they just do sequel games really well like KOTOR 2, but when it comes to new IP's like Alpha Protocol which took around five years to release basically an unfinished and unbalanced game. Luckily, New Vegas builds on what Bethesda did with Fallout 3, and with a nice splash of colour and vibrance New Vegas kinda has an identity all its own. A fan of Fallout 3 would love this game. People on the fence, however, won't see how good the game really is, they'll focus more on the fact that New Vegas only sees slight improvements in presentation and some new gameplay aspects like ammo and weapon mods. Fallout New Vegas feels more like an expansion to the Fallout series rather than that next step in the franchise with brand new everything. But if you love Fallout 3, Fallout anything is welcome, even if there are some technical issues.

New Vegas' character creation stems from what seems to be the end of your character, going on a whole High Plains Drifter feel of an unknown courier left for dead come back to save the day, no rape this time. Instead of birth being creation like in 3. Your character awakes in a small town, after being rescued by a passing robot, your character is a courier sent to deliver a mysterious package, but you ran into the wrong people that preciptates your characters apparent demise. Various questions are asked that determine what attributes you have, or want. The game stresses more on the allies or groups you help or hinder in the Mojave.
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By RTUV on July 16 2013
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Great game, arrived late though, even though I pre ordered. The Tribal Pack included was great and I still play the game to this day. For those wondering, it's currently on steam for dirt cheap.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian R Hill on April 3 2012
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This is a poor sequal to one of the greatest games ever made. Do yourself a favour and grab a copy of Fallout3, and enjoy. Your Welcome.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LacyLola on Nov. 29 2010
As a long time fan of the Fallout series (on any platform) I couldn't wait for this to be released. The tribal pack addition that was included with Amazon preorders was great! Gave a little boost at the start of the game.

It encapsulates all the is great about Fallout; keeping with the style of fallout 3 while bringing back some of the more challenging aspects of the previous games (such as Hardcore mode, in which healing is over time and companions actually die).

The game is buggy and it can affect many aspect of the overall experience. Sometimes quests don't start, or you can't finish them; clipping errors, freezes and hang ups. Patches have been released and have begun to help, but even with problems it is worth playing.

Like post apocalyptic role playing? Like a mix of FPS, puzzles and fetch and gather quests? Like to shoot heads off people, mutated animals and insects? Check this game out!
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By N. Kunkel on July 5 2011
Over all a great game, still quite a few glitches for the game play, stalling, and some freezing other parts the character would actually go into an object and not be able to get out! Some quests wouldn't work unless you started a new game, or reloaded and came back at a later time in the game. But over all it's a very enjoyable game with plenty to do and lots to kill!
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