WC - It’s no secret that both Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas were less than impressive in terms of story. Sure, both had some truly entertaining and diverting side stories, but both lacked creativity and depth. Bethesda’s first attempt at a Fallout game was certainly very fun, but the story was ripped right out of Fallout 2. The only real difference was the name of the bad guy. Fallout: New Vegas, on the other hand, was an original story (even though Interplay had already written parts of it for their failed Fallout 3 game), but let’s face it, it was flat and uninvolved.