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Can someone tell me more about the storyline of Fallout: New Vegas?
Can someone tell me more about the storyline of Fallout: New Vegas?
10.11.2013, 16:39
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Fallout: New Vegas is a standalone expansion pack for the Fallout: 3 game, following closely in the steps of the franchise with the atmosphere, gameplay, graphics and storyline basically. The storyline of Fallout: New Vegas is completely different from the one in Fallout 3, so it doesn't continue it making this a completely different game from this point of view. Although it does stay true to its origins, a world devastated by the nuclear war and filled with mutated humans and wild animals, corruption and murder.

New Vegas is basically a recreation of Las Vegas after the nuclear war. Unlike most towns and cities, Las Vegas wasn't affected that much so a lot of it was preserved and now, even in a time of desperation and holocaust, it maintains it's tradition of gambling and entertainment.

The gameplay in Fallout: New Vegas is pretty much the same as the one from Fallout 3. They use the same game engine, which is to be expected considering it's a standalone expansion. The options from the Fallout 3 game remain the same and only a few new ones are added, including the ability to have companions and the options of customizing their inventory, plus telling them what to do. There are a few new weapons and perks in the game, but overall nothing too noticeable. Somebody who played Fallout 3 should feel right at home with Fallout: New Vegas.

The graphics are pretty much the same as Fallout 3, but improved a little bit. However, considering that the game was launched much in 2010, it would make them a bit outdated.

The pros of Fallout: New Vegas outweigh the cons. For instance, you have an amazing, yet solid storyline with a compelling narative, new companions, the perks added now are interesting and useful at the same time.

The cons are basically the terrible loading time, which should have been improved from Fallout 3, the somewhat outdated graphics, a few collision and pathing problems and some minor issues with the AI.

But, overall, Fallout: New Vegas is an amazing game which will keep any fan of the First Person Shooter or RPG genre entertained for hours without end. The replayability also adds a big plus to the game, making it one of the best choices of purchase in this domain, and something to play while you wait for the fourth installment in the Fallout game series. It remains to be seen what they can add next, but it's more than certain it will be interesting.
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