Summary: I played Fallout 3 and loved it. I decided to buy this game over a month ago and I must say there is a lot to like here. The real problem with the game lies with the "glitches" and "crashes" unfortunately. It's ABSOLUTELY mandatory that you save very frequently or you run the risk of losing progress due to games freezes, crashes and glitches marring that mar your experience. I HAVE enjoyed the game so far ...
Summary: I've been a fan of the Fallout Franchise since it's first installment, In 97. I have finished all of them more than once. I gotta say this one is the best installment so far, due to its complexity and density. Let me start with the flaws: A lot, lot, lot of bugs, and glitched DLCs. They caused me to lose equipment, companions, and restart quest many times. Apart from those, this game is perfect for gamers who love action, RPG, open scenarios, and ethical dilemas.
Summary: Great game, but not as good as Fallout 3. I do like some of the changes, like the different reps, and the changes to the ammo. But i just couldn't get as immersed in the story as I was in Fallout 3!
Summary: I bought this because a friend recommended it to me. I like the graphics, they are fairly good for a 2010 game. Gameplay is nice. I like how you can freely switch between first-person shooter and third-person. That being said, they could have made the shooting itself a little easier. Or maybe I'm just not good at aiming. But, either way, that aspect could be better.
Summary: I've never played any of the fallout games before, but it was recommended by friends who liked the same kind of games as me. I found a copy of Fallout: New Vegas used for a good price locally, and bought it. I was hooked, and as I started to approach the endgame, I found myself wanting more. Rather than buying all of the individual DLC, I ordered this Ultimate Edition. I've played through most of the DLC, and am now working on the last module (Lonesome Road).
This is a great game to play through. Not much re-playability though.
12 August 2013
Summary: If you liked Fallout 3, then you definitely have to play this game. The game mechanics have had a lot of additions, such as: -modifying weapons that you find with things like extended mags or scopes -much more weapon choices -you can have two companions at once, companions give perks -additional currency types and enhanced trading Overall, the game really has a lot of added features from Fallout 3.
Summary: Fallout New Vegas is a great game... not as good as fallout 3 but still an amazing game. The DLC alone is more than the game retail (14.99) I don't know why but the game with no DLC is more than this. still great game a little glitchy.