Excerpt: The Good: Manages to bring a new vibe to the somewhat tired Fallout gameplay model. The Bad: That itself gets pretty repetitive after awhile. The Ugly: With a whole lotta dying and reloading. I’m really conflicted about the first DLC for Fallout New Vegas – Dead Money.
Excerpt: It all comes down to this: Courier vs. Courier, Trouble in the Rubble, the Exchange on the Interchange. Lonesome Road starts with no fanfare other than questions lingering since Fallout New Vegas began.
Excerpt: Fallout New Vegas: Lonesome Road The courier's saga comes to an end in Lonesome Road, the fourth and final downloadable installment for Fallout: New Vegas. Intended to put a tidy bow on the origin story that's seeded throughout the sprawling game, this chapter naturally has a heavy focus on...
Excerpt: Much of Fallout ‘s peculiar style comes from its tongue-in-cheek treatment of SCIENCE! – yes, the allcaps-exclamation is an important distinction – as imagined through the lens of nuclear age wonder and Cold War paranoia.
Excerpt: If you're looking for smart, funny, exciting new gameplay this summer, you don't have to run down to GameStop to find it. Get on Steam, PSN, or Xbox Live Arcade and pick up the Old World Blues DLC for Obsidian Entertainment's Fallout: New Vegas .
Conclusion: This being a Fallout game, it's no surprise that you could run into a number of bugs. These include some enemies you cannot damage or target in the Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System because they are standing in water; enemies hovering in midair or clipping into rocks; and non-player characters...
Pros: A big new area to explore, A bunch of new missions to perform, New level cap, new perks, Interesting choices energize questing.
Cons: Shrugworthy story and characters, The usual Fallout glitches, Formulaic adventure with no signature moments.
Excerpt: Between what’s in the Fallout bible and what made it to the games, it’s easy to forget how much of Fallout ‘s established world remains unexplored. Enter Honest Hearts , a slice of post-war tribal politics aimed at filling in a few of New Vegas ‘ blanks.