100° Fallout: New Vegas Hands-On "Inheriting the reigns of the Fallout series is a double-edged sword at this point. On the one hand you have access to one of gaming's most-loved properties, the ability to build upon the revered work of Black Isle and Bethesda and the opportunity to follow-up one of 2008's best-selling, most critically lauded titles.

But on the other hand you have to keep both the hardcore and newcomers happy, stick rigidly to the blueprint set-out by other creative minds and live with the pressure of fervent expectation."

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bradlinho3024d ago

Nobody finished everything in Fallout 3 plus the DLC. Nobody. So why buy this?

JDouglasGU3024d ago

because they might be able to make a good ending this time around. don't think anyone was satisfied by Fallout 3's ending.

UnwanteDreamz3024d ago (Edited 3024d ago )

I wasn't it stuck out like a sore thumb. Other than the ending a satisfying game.

mrv3213024d ago

Does someone not understand RPG's? Or is there just too much dualogue between the shooting?

Oh god, are you a NMA guy? If so clear out of here, this decade isn't made for you go back to last one where games where isometric. While MOST of the people on NMA are cool, it's the minority which are so vocal that cause the problem.

mephman3024d ago

Well, it's not like it's the same story or anything.

Selyah3024d ago

It sounds interesting and i enjoyed fallout 3 but the dlc didn't really hold my interest, and this is sounding a little too similar at the moment.

mephman3024d ago

Yea, I'm a little disappointed that they didn't try to build a new engine for the game.

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