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Submitted by davidmccue 1440d ago | video

Fallout New Vegas Glitches, infinite XP and bottlecaps.

Check out some of the glitches that have been appearing within Fallout New Vegas.
More can be seen at Gamer4Eva.com (Fallout: New Vegas, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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danmachine  +   1441d ago
This is why they should of released a beta, before releasing the game. Like most developers do now a days to iron out all the bugs, its alright for those connected to the internet as it can be fixed with updates. For those that are not it must suck.
davidmccue  +   1440d ago
What the hell are you on about.
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cgoodno  +   1439d ago
They don't need a bet to know that there are memory issues that cause freezing and stuttering.

As far as beta tests, games like this don't go through them. And even if they had released a demo, it wouldn't have been enough to catch all the bugs let alone at a time when they would be working to fix the bugs as the demo would likely be a much older version from what they would currently be working on anyway.

They knew about the memory issues prior to release and likely have been working on a fix to them since the game went gold. It's not something that's going to be fixed by code developed in less than a week.
Philoctetes  +   1441d ago
Stuff like this doesn't bother me that much. What I'd like to see fixed are the hitches, the random framerate drops, and the freezes.
davidmccue  +   1440d ago
:0
visualb  +   1439d ago
they did
at least for PC the patch fixed most of the game breaking stuff =)
Dave1351  +   1439d ago
lol who cares? if i want xp and bottle caps ill just enter i code cause i play on PC :D
GodsHand  +   1439d ago
:O
You are a GOD!

Please Enlighten the rest of us mortals.
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Garrus_Vakarian  +   1439d ago
Infinite XP/money glitches are always fun.

The XP and money glitches on Fable 2 made my first play-through(on my FREE DL'd copy - thx MS :D) a breeze!
visualb  +   1439d ago
and ruined the point of "a game"
since it must have eliminated the concept of "challenge" =P
MidnytRain  +   1439d ago
You kind of people are sick. You don't play for fun, you play for self-gratification. You know, the campers, glitchers, hackers, etc. If there was a "Win" button bundled with every game I'd bet you'd use it
Tex117  +   1439d ago
If there was a "Win" button bundled with every game I'd bet you'd use it
I LOL'ed!
Vip3r  +   1439d ago
Has New Vegas got a level cap of 20 like in F3?
GodsHand  +   1439d ago
30, and you only get a perk every two levels.
Jazz4108  +   1439d ago
I did not read the article so please don't be mad. I don't know if this will help anyone but I remember that they had an article about it when oblivian launched and this worked for me on fallout nv. This will help with the memory issues and speed up load times by over half. When the game starts to load hold any button down until you see the new vegas title screen. Then let up on the button and this clears the cache and will speed the game up a lot. It works as I tried it several times. I hope this helps. I have the 360 version.

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