Fallout: New Vegas

Fallout: New Vegas

2010
Action
Role-Playing
After surviving two bullets to the head, Courier Six traverses the post-apocalyptic Mojave desert in search of the men who wronged him, while making an impact on thousands in the process. (imdb.com)
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Fallout: New Vegas

2010
Action
Role-Playing
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Rated 13 Jan 2018
100
99th
it looks like absolute shit and it crashes all the time. other than that, it's the best RPG ever made, filled with brilliant writing, endlessly entertaining quests and a world so rich and lived-in that it's a shame we only got one game of it. anyone who prefers Skyrim to this is a soft-brained dolt who plays video games for the wrong reasons.
Rated 14 Jan 2018
100
100th
My spurs still jingle jangle jingle for this one. Putting the giant evil mosquitoes and deathclaws right at the start if you want to head north kinda stinks , I'm daring but I'm not THAT daring.
Rated 14 Jan 2018
90
85th
Easily my favourite RPG ever. The character/world development is so damn great. Plz can Obsidian do another one plz
Rated 01 May 2018
96
93rd
The true Fallout experience: if you've never played a Fallout game, start here. Put on the Wild Wasteland perk at the start of the game, sit back, and enjoy. FO:NV combines post-apocalyptica with a genuine skill/perk system that produces a myriad of ways to play the game, and the DLC has some of the best writing I've seen in years. An absolute masterpiece. And once you've experienced the main game? Mod the hell out of it for a completely new experience. I recommend Project Nevada to start.
Rated 02 Mar 2018
85
88th
Fallout with a western flavour which is an improvement in some parts.
Rated 14 Jan 2018
100
99th
Pretty much everything you can want from a post-apocalypse RPG minus zombies (and even there you can pretend the ghouls in that irradiated town are). Phenomenal storytelling, characterization, worldbuilding, etc. to the point that the not-that-hot graphics don't even matter. My only real gripe is that the choice between factions is so black-and-white, you would have to RP as deliberately evil to join the Legion and Mr. House is far too smug. Also the Brotherhood should have been an option.
Rated 21 Jan 2018
90
86th
A wonderfully immersive RPG. While there are still a million things to do, the story is much more fun and engaging than Fallout 4.
Rated 15 Jan 2018
97
99th
Amazing story and storytelling mechanics. Maybe the best ever. It's one flaw is that graphically it was not on par with many releases from the same time and it hurts replayability.
Rated 17 Jan 2018
81
82nd
Over the years I've grown increasingly critical of New Vegas. There's a lot to appreciate in its design, but a lot of its quest design is tepid and the way the player-companion dynamic is handled is really lame given how all of their personal agency is put on your lap. Despite this, the game is still great as a holistic experience and there are cool ideas they play with, but I think people overpraise this too much. I'd give it a lower score if the game didn't have great mods like Autumn Leaves.
Rated 21 Mar 2018
11
93rd
This is 2001. This is Mad Men. I didn't even have accrued leave when this game came out but I took time off from my part time job. No other game has ever matched the experience that New Vegas delivers. True choice is present, it has true adventure and you feel genuinely free. Endless entertainment and my favourite game of all time. Yes man!
Rated 26 Jan 2018
91
96th
Although not part of the main series, this Fallout stands with the rest in the series easily, and in some aspects is even better than Fallout 3 and Fallout 4. It is truer to the lore established in the first two games, while maintaining the RPG elements that were largely abandoned in Fallout 4. Plus, the backdrop of Vegas is just as cool, if not better, than DC.
Rated 13 Jan 2018
95
89th
I still can't figure out how to make this game function for longer than an hour at a time (if I'm lucky). The fact that I still put up with it says a lot.
Rated 16 Jan 2018
91
72nd
A little bit more personality than Fallout 3, more polished, and a lot more open. Really interesting quests with interesting characters. A world you can get lost in. It suffers from many bugs (look at any Bethesda RPG), especially on PlayStation. Xbox 360 & PC run it better. This game is truly enjoyed on PC though, because mods add countless more hours of content.
Rated 08 Aug 2019
3
38th
I realise I'm being overly critical of this gem, but I just cannot take a game made in this janky-ass engine seriously in 2019. It took me a day to mod it properly and even then it dips below 40 fps in The Strip. The writing is truly in a class of its own and almost unprecedented in this medium, but the plot is woefully lacking in narrative hooks of any kind and no aspects of the gameplay are any "fun" to play. Had I discovered it right after FO3 it would have been a different story, but alas.
Rated 22 Oct 2018
88
95th
Probably the best-written RPG ever. It has dozens of interesting characters, quests, and factions. It has much more in common with the original games than 3. The introduction of the faction system is a way to expand on the core mechanics and allow the character to feel as though New Vegas were a real place and not a video game location. If it were not for the terrible quality of the production this would be a slam-dunk for best of its generation. As is, it is still a must-play for anyone.
Rated 12 Jun 2018
84
84th
Retains the wonky engine and the lousy combat mechanics of Fallout 3, although the new armor system does at least constitute a minor improvement. It's the non-combat gameplay where New Vegas really shines, treating players to a glorious range of choices, consequences, non-linear solutions, alternate paths, and more non-combat skills than you can shake a stick at. Old-school Fallout fans have called New Vegas "the true sequel to Fallout 1 and 2"; I'm inclined to agree with that assessment.
Rated 15 Jan 2018
100
83rd
The best of the Fallout games by a country mile. You can be anyone and do anything in this game. Role play to your heart's content. Or you can be a sniper (7,5,7,1,3,8,9 ftw). Yes. Snipe everything ALL THE TIME! Fantastic!
Rated 01 Aug 2022
94
0th
Amazing story. Great action. Gunplay section is top notch. If you like roaming wastelands looking for secrets this game is for you. One of the best story telling games ever. You have an awesome karma system with a faction system that will help or hurt you depending on who you associate with. Can't recommend this game enough.
Rated 29 Sep 2021
100
0th
I've got spurs that jingle jangle jingle
Rated 18 Aug 2018
80
59th
Admittedly I need to put more time into this but as it stands right now this is a completely solid game. I'm not a Fallout fan, I find the shooting wonky as hell and I hate VATS because I think it's not a feature, it's a band-aid (and not a good one). However, the story drew me in, the RPG mechanics are good, the world is interesting, quests are also interesting and fairly involved. I mean, you can take over a town right at the beginning. This is the first Fallout that I want to keep playing.
Rated 22 Jan 2021
83
89th
IMHO, despite the wonky framerate, the bugs, the loading screens, and the dingy visual design, this is one of the best open world games ever made, seamlessly combining a deep and flexible rpg quest system with a huge, detailed map bristling with things to do. Every character feels interactive and responsive to your choices. The sense of immersion is so complete that even 10 years after launch its still being replayed and rediscovered.
Rated 24 Nov 2019
98
97th
Incredible game, held back only by bugs.
Rated 15 Jan 2018
94
96th
If it was just more polished and less hellishly buggy, this would be a strong contender for the best-game-of-all-time label
Rated 19 Apr 2020
91
94th
Another great Fallout game. In some ways better than Fallout 3, but I think I liked the story in Fallout 3 slightly better.
Rated 19 Mar 2019
7
50th
A great game and welcomed addition to the brand
Rated 09 Mar 2021
95
86th
I do not know how I missed playing this for 10 years, but I was a complete fool. Such a great game and finally a worthy successor to Fallout 1 & 2. I so loved the complexity of the factions, the top notch quality of the side quests, all of the weird little details. Definitely became one of my favorite games ever.
Rated 13 Nov 2021
95
92nd
Arguably the best RPG of all time.
Rated 14 Jul 2021
100
92nd
The actual best one , play it , or i will haunt you
Rated 25 Oct 2019
90
79th
More of an open air game and less of a dungeon crawler, like Fallout 3 was (fucking tunnels) with another kick ass soundtrack to boot. I like to use Novac as my home base and then just hoard the shit out of the world. Max out your Luck skill and break the casinos. Stay away from the train yard if you're at a lower level. Deathclaw ambush! My favourite things to do in these games are to play through it making rationale decisions, then once I beat the game, load the last save and murder everyone!
Rated 20 Jul 2022
92
62nd
really good game. very much freedom and good plot.
Rated 23 Feb 2021
60
51st
This just didn't grip me the way Fallout 3 did. The story and the way you can effect the outcome are of a very high level, but the gameplay lets it down somewhat. Mediocre DLC and constant bugs knock it down a tier too.

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