Summary: I have played about a hundred Xbox 360 games and I have to say that this one is still my favorite. I'm a big fan of RPG's and I loved I found one that wasn't medieval. I have done numerous playthrough's of this game and it doesn't get old, it helps that there are so many side quests and four different ways to end the game. I love the scenery in this game, the various towns, and the size of the map. That being said, this game is definitely flawed.
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: First off, I must say that if you haven't played Fallout 3, get that instead because it is truly much better. Although Fallout 3 is better, Fallout: New Vegas has both pros and cons to the franchise' previous installment, Fallout 3. New Vegas takes place in the Mojave Wasteland. The area is much more lively and you will encounter more people here then in the Capitol Wasteland in Fallout 3. New Vegas is actually a CITY with people and robots and what not.
Summary: If you liked fallout 3 you will like this game, if you didnt like fallout 3 you wont. Fallout New Vegas and fallout 3 are the same in basically every way. The story in fallout new vegas goes like this " You are a courrier tasked with delivering a platinum pokerchip to the vegas strip, you are then captured by a mysterious man in a checkered suit named Mr.