History VideoGame / FalloutNewVegas

29th Oct '16 1:55:21 PM TheCuza
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As its predecessors, ''Fallout New Vegas'' benefits from [[GameMod a lot of content crafted by the community]], from [[http://www.nexusmods.com/newvegas/mods/36850/ silly inoffensive content]] to complete new questlines. Between those two points, name it (new companions, {{Bonus Boss}}es and {{Bonus Dungeon}}s, cosmetic graphical overhaul, new clothes, new weapons, drivable cars, fixes to weird developper’s decisions, smokable cigarettes, new perks, etc), you’re almost sure to find it.

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As its predecessors, ''Fallout New Vegas'' benefits from [[GameMod a lot of content crafted by the community]], from [[http://www.nexusmods.com/newvegas/mods/36850/ silly inoffensive content]] to complete new questlines. Between those two points, name it (new companions, {{Bonus Boss}}es and {{Bonus Dungeon}}s, cosmetic graphical overhaul, new clothes, new weapons, drivable cars, fixes to weird developper’s developer’s decisions, smokable cigarettes, new perks, etc), you’re almost sure to find it.
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11th Sep '16 6:17:44 PM Dirtyblue929
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It's 2281, and [[RunningGag the Mojave Wasteland is an okay place to live.]] It doesn't have as many problems as most places do, what with it being relatively radiation-free with lots of creature comforts. There's a bit of a gambling problem, but that's fine. Stimulates the economy, hey? And then there's Mr. House, a businessman with a lucky streak living a life of seclusion in the Lucky 38 Casino, from which he rules over New Vegas -- a city with lights shining bright like the blue moonlight, thanks to the power from the Hoover Dam. Well, Caesar's Legion ''is'' a bit annoying, what with their rampant slavery and near-insane following of what they know of ancient Rome; and the extremely persistent New California Republic, while not nearly as bad as the Legion, clearly intends to make the technologically gifted New Vegas part of their nation, whether through political means or forceful annexation.

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It's 2281, and [[RunningGag the Mojave Wasteland is an okay place to live.]] It doesn't have as many problems as most places do, what with it being relatively radiation-free with lots of creature comforts. There's a bit of a gambling problem, but that's fine. Stimulates the economy, hey? And then there's Mr. House, a businessman with a lucky streak living a life of seclusion in the Lucky 38 Casino, from which he rules over New Vegas -- a city with lights shining bright like the blue moonlight, thanks to the power from the Hoover Dam. Well, Caesar's Legion ''is'' a bit annoying, what with their rampant slavery and near-insane following of what they know fanatical devotion to the ideas of ancient Rome; and the extremely persistent New California Republic, while not nearly as bad as the Legion, clearly intends to make the technologically gifted New Vegas part of their nation, whether through political means or forceful annexation.
12th Aug '16 1:32:13 PM Dirtyblue929
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The game has four add-ons, ''Dead Money'', ''Honest Hearts'', ''Old World Blues'', and ''Lonesome Road''. ''Dead Money'' has the Courier infiltrating a pre-war ruin, the Sierra Madre Casino, in a SurvivalHorror-style map with scarce supplies and many environmental hazards. ''Honest Hearts'' takes the Courier north to intervene on a tribal war around Zion National Park, in a story about the Courier and other characters dealing with WhiteMansBurden. ''Old World Blues'' sees the Courier abducted by a gang of insane scientists who need their help to escape the boundaries of their lab, which is full of amazing and horrific scientific advancements. The final add-on, ''Lonesome Road'', has the Courier answer an "invitation" to travel to the Divide and meet someone named Ulysses, who seems to know a lot about them. The four add-ons are advised to be played in the order they were originally released as listed above, as together they form a MythArc foreshadowing events and characters in later add-ons, all building up to the confrontation with Ulysses in the Divide.

Two more small add-ons were released on September 27, 2011. The ''Courier's Stash'', which is a bundle of the four pre-order equipment packs; and the ''Gun Runners' Arsenal'', which adds more weapons, mods, ammo, and crafting recipes to the game. Finally, in February 2012, the Ultimate Edition was released - the game and all the add-ons in one box.

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The game has recieved four add-ons, {{DLC}} expansion packs: ''Dead Money'', ''Honest Hearts'', ''Old World Blues'', and ''Lonesome Road''. ''Dead Money'' has the Courier infiltrating a pre-war ruin, the Sierra Madre Casino, in a SurvivalHorror-style map with scarce supplies and many environmental hazards. ''Honest Hearts'' takes the Courier north to intervene on a tribal war around Zion National Park, in a story about the Courier and other characters dealing with WhiteMansBurden. ''Old World Blues'' sees the Courier abducted by a gang of insane scientists who need their help to escape the boundaries of their lab, which is full of amazing and horrific scientific advancements. The final add-on, ''Lonesome Road'', has the Courier answer an "invitation" to travel to the Divide and meet someone named Ulysses, who seems to know a lot about them. The four add-ons are advised to be played in the order they were originally released as listed above, as together they form a MythArc foreshadowing events and characters in later add-ons, all building up to the confrontation with Ulysses in the Divide.

Two more small add-ons [=DLCs=] were released on September 27, 2011. The 2011: ''Courier's Stash'', which is a bundle of the four pre-order equipment packs; packs, and the ''Gun Runners' Arsenal'', which adds more weapons, mods, ammo, and crafting recipes to the game. Finally, in February 2012, the Ultimate Edition was released - the game and all the add-ons of its downloadable content in one box.
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12th Jul '16 11:54:00 AM BeerBaron
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''Fallout: New Vegas'' is an RPG/third/first-person shooter from Creator/ObsidianEntertainment. The game is the fifth (canonical) game in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series, and chronologically takes place after ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', but it is not the next numbered main game in the series (kind of what ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'' was to the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series). A good chunk of the development team were exiles from the late Creator/BlackIsleStudios--responsible for ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and the canceled ''[[VideoGame/FalloutVanBuren Van Buren]]''--which led to much rejoicing. Thus, in a way, ''New Vegas'' serves as something of a direct sequel to ''Fallout 2'', with many themes, characters, and factions reappearing.

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''Fallout: New Vegas'' is an RPG/third/first-person shooter from Creator/ObsidianEntertainment. The game is the fifth (canonical) game in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series, and chronologically takes place after ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', but it is [[GaidenGame not the next numbered main game game]] in the series (kind of what ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'' was to the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series). A good chunk of the development team were exiles from the late Creator/BlackIsleStudios--responsible for ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and the canceled ''[[VideoGame/FalloutVanBuren Van Buren]]''--which led to much rejoicing. Thus, in a way, ''New Vegas'' serves as something of a direct sequel to ''Fallout 2'', with many themes, characters, and factions reappearing.
12th Jun '16 8:14:36 PM VeryMelon
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27th Nov '15 7:38:46 PM Inertial_mass
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''Fallout: New Vegas'' is an RPG/third/first-person shooter from Creator/ObsidianEntertainment. The game is the fourth (canonical) game in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series, and chronologically takes place after ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', but it is not the next numbered main game in the series (kind of what ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'' was to the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series). A good chunk of the development team were exiles from the late Creator/BlackIsleStudios--responsible for ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and the canceled ''[[VideoGame/FalloutVanBuren Van Buren]]''--which led to much rejoicing. Thus, in a way, ''New Vegas'' serves as something of a direct sequel to ''Fallout 2'', with many themes, characters, and factions reappearing.

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''Fallout: New Vegas'' is an RPG/third/first-person shooter from Creator/ObsidianEntertainment. The game is the fourth fifth (canonical) game in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series, and chronologically takes place after ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', but it is not the next numbered main game in the series (kind of what ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'' was to the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series). A good chunk of the development team were exiles from the late Creator/BlackIsleStudios--responsible for ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and the canceled ''[[VideoGame/FalloutVanBuren Van Buren]]''--which led to much rejoicing. Thus, in a way, ''New Vegas'' serves as something of a direct sequel to ''Fallout 2'', with many themes, characters, and factions reappearing.
19th Nov '15 5:33:27 AM tbarrie
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''Fallout: New Vegas'' is an RPG/third/first-person shooter from Creator/ObsidianEntertainment. The game is the fourth (canonical) game in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series, and is chronologically taking place after ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', but it is not the next numbered main game in the series (kind of what ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'' was to the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series). A good chunk of the development team were exiles from the late Creator/BlackIsleStudios--responsible for ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and the canceled ''[[VideoGame/FalloutVanBuren Van Buren]]''--which led to much rejoicing. Thus, in a way, ''New Vegas'' serves as something of a direct sequel to ''Fallout 2'', with many themes, characters, and factions reappearing.

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''Fallout: New Vegas'' is an RPG/third/first-person shooter from Creator/ObsidianEntertainment. The game is the fourth (canonical) game in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series, and is chronologically taking takes place after ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', but it is not the next numbered main game in the series (kind of what ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'' was to the ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' series). A good chunk of the development team were exiles from the late Creator/BlackIsleStudios--responsible for ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' and the canceled ''[[VideoGame/FalloutVanBuren Van Buren]]''--which led to much rejoicing. Thus, in a way, ''New Vegas'' serves as something of a direct sequel to ''Fallout 2'', with many themes, characters, and factions reappearing.
27th Oct '15 8:40:05 PM Ulkomaalainen
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It's 2281, and [[RunningGag the Mojave Wasteland is an okay place to live.]] It doesn't have as many problems as most places do, what with it being relatively radiation-free with lots of creature comforts. There's a bit of a gambling problem, but that's fine. Stimulates the economy, hey? And then there's Mr. House, a businessman with a lucky streak living a life of seclusion in the Lucky 38 Casino, from which he rules over New Vegas -- a city with lights shining bright like the blue moonlight, thanks to the power from the Hoover Dam. Well, Caesar's Legion ''is'' a bit annoying, what with their rampant slavery and near-insane following of what they know of ancient Rome; and the extremely persistent New California Republic, while not nearly so bad as the Legion, clearly intends to make the technologically gifted New Vegas part of their nation, whether through political means or forceful annexation.

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It's 2281, and [[RunningGag the Mojave Wasteland is an okay place to live.]] It doesn't have as many problems as most places do, what with it being relatively radiation-free with lots of creature comforts. There's a bit of a gambling problem, but that's fine. Stimulates the economy, hey? And then there's Mr. House, a businessman with a lucky streak living a life of seclusion in the Lucky 38 Casino, from which he rules over New Vegas -- a city with lights shining bright like the blue moonlight, thanks to the power from the Hoover Dam. Well, Caesar's Legion ''is'' a bit annoying, what with their rampant slavery and near-insane following of what they know of ancient Rome; and the extremely persistent New California Republic, while not nearly so as bad as the Legion, clearly intends to make the technologically gifted New Vegas part of their nation, whether through political means or forceful annexation.
23rd Oct '15 5:39:13 PM Cannox
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->''"Victory shall be ours. It shall be swift, and it will be honest, purchased with blood..."''

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->''"Victory shall be ours. It shall be swift, and it will be honest, purchased with blood..."''->''Enjoy your stay.''
23rd Oct '15 4:06:36 PM Dirtyblue929
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[Music/FrankSinatra Blue Moon... You saw me standing alone...]]'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[Music/FrankSinatra Blue Moon... You you saw me standing alone...]]'']]
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