G4TV writes: "As the saying goes, war never changes, and if the newest entry in the post-apocalypic series is any example, neither does Fallout.
Fallout: New Vegas isn’t so much a sequel to Fallout 3 as it is an elaborate piece of DLC. It looks and plays the same as its praiseworthy predecessor, but fans looking for a wholly new, leveled-up experience will instead find a very familiar, if somewhat redressed, adventure. And it begins, as many great stories do, with a death…your own."
* More great fallout-style gameplay
* Dozens of hours of content
* A useful and robust companion system
* Captivating faction dynamics
* Incredibly, inexcusably glitchy
* Slowly paced, underwhelming side-quests
* Lacks an emotionally gripping single-player story