Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road (X360) - Review
10 October 2011
Excerpt: Lonesome Road drops a bombshell on you when you receive a message from none other than Ulysses, the courier originally tasked with delivering the Platinum Chip but who refused to do so. He claims that he can answer all your questions.
Conclusion: For all its Bioshock-inspired environments Dead Money falls short delivering on its premise. At 800 points for an eight-hour adventure it's certainly value for money but when the quantity far outweighs the quality then this is one adventure you can miss.
Excerpt: always had a bit of a melancholy tone to it, and now the journey is winding to a close, as developer Obsidian Entertainment is fulfilling their promise to release three final downloadable addons for their hit action/RPG. After the release of the
Excerpt: Fallout: New Vegas always had a bit of a melancholy tone to it, and now the journey is winding to a close, as developer Obsidian Entertainment is fulfilling their promise to release three final downloadable addons for their hit action/RPG.
Excerpt: , it�s clear that the game is perfect for add-on material in the form of an expanded story line and an increased level cap. Fallout New Vegas: Dead Money brings both into the main game, increasing the cap by 5 levels and adding a radio signal to your trusty pip boy that will lead into a quest for...
Conclusion: A mixed end to what has been a very mixed selection of DLC. Made for those that want to see the Courier story to the bitter end, the Lonesome Road DLC has some nice points about it, but these are largely outweighed by its tedious flaws.
Conclusion: The length of the quest is dragged out by sending you to different parts of the map and by the many traps, exploding collars, poisonous gases and weak enemies. It's also increased by the ridiculous length of the conversations you have with the companions who are trapped with you, which is a bit...
Conclusion: Dead Money is the first of possibly several DLC instalments for Obsidian’s Fallout: New Vegas. Fallout enthusiasts will be aware that the five add-ons released for Fallout 3 varied significantly in quality, ranging from the piss-poor Mothership Zeta to the sublime Point Lookout.