What do you get when you combine a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the
style and look of 1950s American excess? You get one of the most
popular and easily recognizable franchises in gaming today. The sequel
to the massively popular
Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas takes players away from East
Coast and returns them to the Wild West, but is this latest adventure
worth your hard earned dollars? Join Jason Medawky Bolton as he style="text-shadow: none;"
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In addition to being an
exceptional value, New Vegas is one of the few games that simply begs
to be playing more than once. With its wide open world and multiple
possible outcomes, this is as close to a choose your own adventure
book as there is. Will you be a peoples champion or a walking
nightmare? Will you ally with a brutal dictator, an egotistical
autocrat or a harsh military regime? Will you subvert all the players
and install yourself as the leader of a (relatively) free New Vegas?
All of these choices and tons more are available to you and with
hundreds of locations to explore and a bevy of quests and tasks to
undertake, no two players will ever have exactly the same experience