Fallout New Vegas – New game Trailer & Reviews

Posted by on Oct 19, 2010 | Leave a Comment

The much awaited Fallout New Vegas, a role-playing video game by Obsidian Entertainment and Bethesda is finally released for PC, Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 users and so the reviews of the game are high in demand. This action RPG is set in a post-apocalyptic Mojave Desert. It is developed by the creators of the original Fallout 1 and 2 and will take players into the Mojave Wasteland where adventure awaits the player.

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Fallout New Vegas is not a direct sequel to Fallout 3 but it offers a similar role-playing experience as Fallout 3 and events are set three years later. From the previous game, no characters will be used. As per the report, at least one character from Fallout 2 will appear. The game has been released in North America on 19th October, 2010. It is scheduled for release on 22nd October, 2010 in Europe.

The game will take much longer to compete and the reviewer picks up on the point that you need to stay hydrated in order to carry your ammo crates, if not then you will die just as you would in the real world. It is downloadable from torrent and usenet sites. This huge game sticks closely to Fallout 3’s structure and style. New Vegas would actually be better than its predecessor if it weren’t for the game’s way-too-long list of technical issues.

Story of Fallout New Vegas:

The presentation of Fallout New Vegas looks very similar to Fallout 3, having a new adventure and setting. The game starts to the Mojave Wasteland, as the name would imply it is a nightmarish dump, spotted with oases of humanity, nature and commerce. You don’t have to navigate via subways, just pick where you want to go and head there.

New Vegas starts with a rebirth of sorts and casts you as a courier who’s been carried from the edge of death after a delivery is intervallic by a mysterious attacker. The vengeful courier scratches together what supplies she can and heads out into the Mojave looking for vengeance and her missing package.

You will walk the vast expanses between towns, half resolutely and half just explore, taking on strange jobs and bigger tasks. Eventually, you have to decide what kind of courier you’re growing, be it a science whiz who’s great with a pistol or a fast talker who packs a mean thump with a mallet.

All these decisions aren’t quite as considerable this time around because New Vegas introduces magazines that can give a 10-point (or 20, with the right perk) bump to any skill. It is not enough to turn a Helen Keller into Annie Oakley. However, it does help to de-emphasize super high levels of specialism in any one meadow. It creates for a more supple familiarity, albeit one less modified to your character type.

Fallout New Vegas lets you to harvest plants to use as stat-boosting chems, upgrade your weapons, and quickly provide partners commands through the “companion wheel.” They’re all tidy but aren’t really convincing enough to alter the way. There are certainly more tweaks than your standard growth. However, nowhere near what you had expect from a customary sequel. Fallout: New Vegas is neither, so perhaps it makes sense that it would fall somewhere in the middle.

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