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Obsidian would "love to do Fallout: New Vegas 2," chat with Bethesda "all the time"

CEO Feargus Urquhart of Obsidian Entertainment would love another crack at the gambling capital of the world revisiting Fallout: New Vegas, or just the series in general. Fallout: L.A.?

They'd definitely stick to the West Coast, so it would "probably be The Boneyard," which is the city built apart L.A.'s ruins. There are plenty of obstacles right now, like platform limbo.

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Despair6661264d ago

I really hope they do...i would rather like new vegas 2 than fallout 4.

fluffydelusions1264d ago

Don't say that. Surely we can have both :)

Despair6661264d ago

i was just about to edit my comment to say just that :)

Jek_Porkins1264d ago

I liked New Vegas well enough, but I'd be really interested if they did a Star Wars RPG. I thought KOTOR 2 was pretty good, rushed but good. If they had a proper development time it could be great.

Stoppokingme1264d ago

Agreed. Bring on KOTOR 3.

Monkeycan81264d ago

Obsidian has been talking about doing a new Star Wars game! so yea win win! :D

Irishguy951264d ago

Obsidian want to do NV2 and Kotor 3.

Please let it happen, if South park SoT turns out really good i'm sure other devs will give them a chance again and hopefully without giving them a ridiculous deadline

KaBaW1263d ago

I approve of that statement. I'd rather have a KoToR 3. Great games.

BanBrother1264d ago

That would be pretty cool. Next-gen games please. Fallout 4 and Fallout NV 2 (or name it after wherever else it is based) would be awesome. Still, they must be kinda sour after they missed the bonus for not getting 1 point higher on metacritic.

SaiyanFury1264d ago

I received Fallout New Vegas for Christmas a few years back, but for some reasom I never really got into it, I can't figure out why. I guess I had too many games on my plate at the time. I recently bought the Ultimate Edition and I'm having a ball. Slightly glitchy, but it's a grand time. I just found out that Mr. House's actor is Rene Auberjonois! I'm a big fan. I looked at the voice cast on IMDB, and I was duly impressed by the roster. I do look forward to NV2. :)

Heisenburger1263d ago

The soundtrack really blew me away more than anything else. I should go back and complete it...

I'm a big Patsy Cline, Katie Thompson kind of guy so the music absolutely thrilled me.

Going and slaughtering Ghouls whilst "I'm so Blue", or "Big Iron" plays in the background is magical for me, as I usually play games with my own music playing.

8bitHero1264d ago

obsidean did a great job on new vegas, but one of my main issues with it was that the setting was beyond boring. it was just sand, sand, oh look vegas! oh nvm its separated into 3 tiny parts with like 6 npcs per section. lame. but gameplay + story was better than FO3. also if they do make another FO, go easy on the whole cowboy theme, its annoying.

Knight_Crawler1264d ago

So you are blaming the develoeprs for the lack of RAM on the 360 and PS3 -_-

Some of you people compaling about games like Skyrim and Fall out make me sick - Bethesda did there best to make sure we get a descent experiance with the dinosaur tech that they haev to work with.

Hydralysk1264d ago (Edited 1264d ago )

You act like Bethesda HAD to release console versions. They are their own publisher, if they wanted to take advantage of the PC they could've done it by just not going for cross platform.

Also, would you call a save game bug that was omnipresent in the PS3 version of Skyrim that rendered the game nigh unplaybable making sure we 'get a decent experience'? They even withheld PS3 review copies so the bug wouldn't affect day one sales.

Back on topic FO:NV, was a great improvement on FO3 and frankly I'd rather see FO:NV2 than FO4.

8bitHero1263d ago

thats an excuse for consoles, not for the pc version. modders shouldnt be the one optimizing the game for the PC because bethesda doesnt feel like it.

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