Fallout 3 was one of those titles given a “Game of the Year” edition re-release, but justifably so. Garnering praise to such a high extent that the game was still being talked about over the watercooler in late 2009, (despite being released in 2008) something that is perhaps a rarity nowadays, given how often stellar titles are released.
Fallout: New Vegas aims to build on the success of Fallout 3, but with the longevity of it’s predecessor and the DLC that ensued, is it too soon for people to fall in love with Fallout all over again? Is New Vegas a cash in better served as an expansion or does it earn the right to stand on its own? Read on to find out