Experience all the sights and sounds of fabulous New Vegas, brought to you by Vault-Tec, America's First Choice in Post Nuclear Simulation. Explore the treacherous wastes of the Great Southwest from the safety and comfort of your very own vault: Meet new people, confront terrifying creatures, and arm yourself with the latest high-tech weaponry as you make a name for yourself on a thrilling new journey across the Mojave wasteland.
Not as hard as Fallout 3.
The difficulty doesn't truly reflect how the end of the world would really feel like.
Disappointing but still pretty good.
I would recommend Fallout 3 over this for difficulty but this game surpasses Fallout 3 in terms of general high quality of the world.
Fallout 3 was too dark and TOO difficult, they went too far on making this easy though.
The Most Anticipated Game of 2010! Boy, was that wrong.
Fallout: New Vegas puts us back into the Fallout universe in this rendition of Nevada and California. As someone who lives in that area, I thought it would be neat to see that area in Fallout, but man, was that a mistake. The story itself starts of great. It really brings you in and gets you excited, but no less than 15 minutes later you are bored out of your mind doing repetetive quests and dealing with buggy gameplay. This game really does feel a lot like the Batman & Robin film. It was rushed, but before they could polish it and make it complete, it was thrown onto a disc and sent out to us. This is another game that suffers from what I call Bethesditis. The game has great potential, but the bad textures, poor facial animations, poor player animations, and boring, repetetive missions bring the game down. I'd love to give this an eight or a nine, but I can't justify that over the problems that disease this game. Bethesda needs to realize that it is no longer the late 90's to early 2000's. There is such a thing as facial expressions in video games and that us gamers are beginning to demand more than the quality of a Free To Play MMORPG.