Fallout: New Vegas for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Fallout: New Vegas

Oct 19, 2010
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Content Rating: Mature


Experience all the sights and sounds of fabulous New Vegas, brought to you by Vault-Tec, America's First Choice in Post Nuclear Simulation. Explore the treacherous wastes of the Great Southwest from the safety and comfort of your very own vault: Meet new people, confront terrifying creatures, and arm yourself with the latest high-tech weaponry as you make a name for yourself on a thrilling new journey across the Mojave wasteland.

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Best 3D fallout. The writing is top notch

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Alex DonaldsonNov 16, 2010
After how successful Fallout 3 was, more of the same gameplay is something that was expected and is actually pretty welcome. It's a shame that right now there are so many bugs and technical problems breaking the game on all three formats, as that's enough to prevent it from being a better game than its predecessor in my eyes. If you love games with a great story or loved Fallout 3 and can look past the bugs, New Vegas is a must-play.
Kevin VanOrdOct 20, 2010
It's unfortunate that it suffers from so many bugs and other inconsistencies. Role-playing veterans expect glitches in games this complex, but this one far exceeds tolerable limits for these kinds of issues. And yet as busted as it is, Fallout: New Vegas is periodically awesome and consistently compelling. If you've got the stomach for some technological lunacy, this is one gamble that will pay off.
Kristine SteimerOct 19, 2010
In New Vegas, the fun Fallout 3 formula is intact, with more polished combat, high-quality side missions, and the exciting setting of the Vegas strip. Unfortunately, the bugs also tagged along for the ride. If Obsidian and Bethesda had polished up the game by fixing the AI, improving the animations or even gotten it to run smoothly, perhaps it would feel less like a giant expansion of Fallout 3 and more like its own game.
Game TrailersOct 19, 2010
Fallout: New Vegas is a hugely satisfying game that manages to put you into a believable world that you have a great deal of influence over. If you loved Fallout 3, there's no reason to avoid Sin City, and if this is your first time in the wasteland, well, come on in, grab a gun, loot a corpse, and get ready for one hell of an adventure. Just be sure to keep an eye out for bugs--the most deadly ones aren't always the radioactive kind.
Justin McElroyOct 19, 2010
Paradoxically, New Vegas doesn't make good on much new on any front, and it takes a hit both as experience and product for it. As fond as I am of the idea of an alternate reality Fallout 3, we shouldn't forget that game was released in late 2008, and Obsidian's contribution to the franchise looks and feels every day of two years old, maybe more. But it's still a giant, cool, twisted, funny world to explore, chock full of a staggering number of adventures.
Neon KellyOct 19, 2010
It's fair to say that Obsidian has never really had a defining success. For years it's been the studio that gives us "almost but not quite" games - from the unrealised ambition of Knights of the Old Republic 2, to the scrappy mess of Alpha Protocol. Well, that reputation dies today. Despite the numerous bugs, New Vegas is a magnificent RPG, one that stands head and shoulders above its predecessor. More importantly, it's also the game that Fallout fans have been waiting for. Van Buren can finally rest in peace.
Andrew ReinerOct 18, 2010
If you played Fallout 3, you've also played Fallout: New Vegas. Targeting is still unreliable, but V.A.T.S. still packs a satisfying punch. The missions and storytelling lack the creativity and large set piece moments of Fallout 3. Exploration and applying your touch to the experience are even deeper.
Russ PittsOct 18, 2010
Reviewing 2008's Fallout, I felt inclined to give a certain amount of visual glitchiness a pass because that game covered so much ground, from a development point of view, and was simply awe-inspiring in many respects. Seeing the exact same bugs in a new game, two years later, is harder to excuse. Truth be told, I enjoyed New Vegas a lot more than Fallout 3, but I can't give it a full score on the basis of the bugs alone.
Jeff GerstmannOct 18, 2010
It's not a surprise that Fallout: New Vegas sticks closely to Fallout 3's structure and style. But if it weren't for the game's way-too-long list of technical issues, New Vegas would actually be better than its predecessor. Instead, it's a well-written game with so many issues that some of you might want to take a pass, at least until some of this nonsense gets fixed. Yet, for all its flaws, I'd consider taking a second run through it, if only to see how some of the game's finer points play out with different choices.
Christopher WakefieldOct 30, 2010
For casual gamers, the difficulty spikes at the beginning may put some off, but it is worth sticking with the title to tap into the immersive, rich and hugely detailed environment on offer. No one makes games like Obsidian and Bethesda, the experience is definitely there and if you can overlook the problems then Fallout: New Vegas is a rewarding and fulfilling experience.
Craig SnowOct 26, 2010
It plays and feels the same as Fallout 3, and damn well nearly looks identical; whole swathes of Fallout 3 seem to have been transported into a new release without so much as a touch up. Whilst Fallout: New Vegas does advance the series’ gameplay formula a few small steps, and for many its ability to ride so gloriously on the coat tails of Fallout 3 will be enough to make it a game to be coveted, I can’t help but say I expected more from such a prestigious series.
Keza MacdonaldOct 19, 2010
Fallout: New Vegas is the game that many wanted Fallout 3 to be. It's harder, more ruthless, better written and more morally ambiguous. It's a game we&#A;rray;ve been wanting to play for more than a decade, a real modern re-imagining of the Fallout series, complete with that deliciously black humour. But it's also more of the same, aesthetically and technically identical to Fallout 3, wonky facial animation and all.
Dan WhiteheadOct 19, 2010
Fallout: New Vegas is still a fantastic game, only slightly held back by its increasingly outdated tech. Obsidian has created a totally compelling world and its frustrations pale into insignificance compared to the immersive, obsessive experience on offer. Just like the scorched scenery that provides its epic backdrop, New Vegas is huge and sprawling, sometimes gaudy, even downright ugly at times – but always effortlessly, shamelessly entertaining.
Álvaro CastellanoOct 19, 2010
Más de lo mismo, sí, pero ¿y qué? New Vegas continúa profundizando en el ahora fecundo universo Fallout con una nueva entrega que agradará muy mucho a los fans. Es cierto que no trae consigo novedades muy cuantiosas, pero es un título que hace los deberes con suficiente rotundidad como para considerarlo una gran propuesta dentro de un año particularmente formidable para el rol.
Emmanuel DeluneOct 25, 2010
Bien sûr, la réalisation misérable, flanquée qui plus est d'une VF navrante de platitude et d'une collection de bugs en tous genres, n'aide pas vraiment New Vegas à s'imposer comme le RPG post-apo ultime tel que l'auraient rêvé certains. Mais l'aspect "rôle" du jeu est tellement prédominant qu'on en vient à pardonner les errances techniques et le manque d'ambition artistique, pour savourer comme il se doit ce titre qui fait agréablement oublier Fallout 3 et ses gros sabots. Profond mais moche, le signe des jeux qui durent.
PixelpirateOct 20, 2010
A l'instar d'un certain Fallout 2, Fallout New Vegas apparaît de prime abord comme une timide évolution de son prédécesseur, affublée d'un aspect visuel techniquement repoussant et artistiquement peu inspiré. Il suffit pourtant de s'y plonger avec suffisamment de conviction pour mesurer l'importance de chaque apport, à commencer par le système de réputation lié aux factions.
Davide PersianiOct 19, 2010
L'intensità dell'atmosfera e il coinvolgimento che gli eventi sono in grado di suscitare non sono certo in discussione, ma alla luce delle straordinarie potenzialità del concept di base era lecito aspettarsi qualcosa in più. Intendiamoci, si tratta di uno straordinario "more of the same" che saprà senz'altro affascinare e divertire qualsiasi videogiocatore, ma nel caso in cui abbiate già giocato a Fallout 3 e alle sue relative espansioni, potreste accusare una leggera mancanza di stimoli.
Tristan BrinkmanOct 19, 2010
Fallout: New Vegas is een waardige opvolger voor Fallout 3. Het verhaal is goed in elkaar gezet en er is weer genoeg te beleven. Ook zijn er genoeg vernieuwingen en biedt de hardcore modus veel uitdaging voor de diehard Fallout spelers. Helaas loopt de game op grafisch gebied wel wat achter, maar dat mag de pret niet drukken. Als je van het vorige deel genoten hebt, dan kun je gerust al je geld op dit deel inzetten. En ook als dit je eerste Fallout game zou worden, is het de gok meer dan waard.
Jesper KarlssonOct 19, 2010
Utan dessa buggar hade betyget självklart blivit högre, men i dagsläget är så inte fallet. Ser man bortom dessa buggar är dock Fallout: New Vegas det bästa spel jag har spelat i år. Det är ännu bättre, djupare och mer förfinat jämfört med Fallout 3. Obsidian Entertainment har verkligen slagit huvudet på spiken i och med Fallout: New Vegas och det är utan knussel deras överlägset bästa spel hittils.

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