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I feel like this would make more sense if I knew what game this was parodying.
Whoa whoa whoa. you never played fallout get a copy NOW!!!.
in fact i am playing it now and never shoot a deathclaw walk up towards them with you weapons holstered.
It's Fallout New Vegas. You can equip your followers' clothes. Including any ridiculous and/or unfitting outfits you may find in your travels.
Specifically Fallout 3 New Vegas.
"Fallout 3 New Vegas" lolwut?.
Or simply FO:NV which ever way you prefer it
It's not a DLC, so saying "Fallout 3: New Vegas" is like saying "Battlefield 2: 2142".
Meanwhile on the other side of the country.
May not be a DLC but still close enough to the same
It takes place four years after Fallout 3 and on the completely opposite side of the country. It doesn't make sense to refer to it as if it's a DLC. I'm pretty sure the only reason people are doing that is because it uses an identical engine, so they say "Hey, looks like Fallout 3, must be pretty much the same thing, right?"
Never made mention of it being a dlc.
Time-frame (three years apart) still close enough though to be considered of the same line, end of a decade on one side, the beginning of another one on the other.
Saying "Fallout 3: New Vegas" is the same way you would refer to a DLC. Like "Fallout 3: Broken Steel."
Even though four years is still a substantial amount of time in the Fallout universe, the timespan is irrelevant. I don't remember any other time in a game series where the game was referred to as if it were merely a spin off of a previous game if it takes place within a few years of it. The game are extremely different, that's why the Fallout fanbase is so divided on if they like them or not.
EDIT: Put it this way. It has nothing to do with Fallout 3, so why would Fallout 3 be in the title?
That looks like that doctor fellow from the Followers of the Apocalypse, so yeah it's New Vegas
It's Fallout: New Vegas :sigh: but yeah, hilarious.
If you have this, play Project Nevada, awesome!
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