Fallout New Vegas PC Review

Graphics 

As we all know Fallout games aren’t about the graphics but i am pretty sure this game was made in 2010 and for a 2010 game the graphics are satisfactory at the best. I suppose some areas look very polished and clean but character textures just look horribly disgusting. If you were to put this against portal 2 in terms of graphics Portal 2 would wreck this. Some Notable things are when playing on a 1080p max settings the graphics look  nice but still it looks blotchy and blurry and it looks like a 2002 game. 55/100 

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Music 

The music in the game has a very old and country feel to it which in my opinion is beautiful. I literally love going into my pip boy and turning on the radio it makes me feel at home and it makes me feel very relaxed. The radio songs have a special charm and are very soothing to listen to. 100/100

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Cinematics 

The cinematics in fallout new vegas are pretty good if you ask me one of better cinematics in the game would have been the opening cutscene. The opening cutscene was probably the best cutscene in the game. The quality of the cutscene looked pretty solid too.  88/100 

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Story 

The story has taken some parts from the Fallout and Fallout 2 stories, and is for the most part unrelated to its predecessor, Fallout 3.

Fallout: New Vegas takes place in 2281, four years after the events of Fallout 3, thirty-nine years after Fallout 2, and one-hundred-twenty years after Fallout. The New California Republic plays a major part in the game’s story, being in a three-way struggle amongst the Caesar’s Legion slavers, and the mysterious Mr. House.

The Courier, the player’s character, was meant to deliver a package from Primm to New Vegas. However, he/she is intercepted by the Great Khans led by a mysterious man, who shoots him/her and takes the package, leaving the Courier for dead in a shallow grave. The Courier is later found by a robot named Victor, and is taken to the settlement of Goodsprings, where Doctor Mitchell saves his/her life. After the Courier is given some medical tests, the player is pushed back into the open world, and the quest Ain’t That a Kick in the Headbegins. Fallout: New Vegas has a definitive ending, unlike Fallout 3.[3]

Endings for Fallout: New Vegas are dependent on what actions the player took via quests during the game, with separate endings being shown for each major location, political faction, and recruitable companion. 86/100

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Controls

The game’s controls are exactly the same as fallout 3 which isn’t a bad thing to be honest but it would have been nicer if it was a little bit different. The Pip boy and perks and stats are one of the best things about this exciting role playing game. The perks are easy to understand, the stats are also easy to understand and the pip boy is well arranged and the pip boy is very easily done and is easy to understand. 91/100 

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Content 

Fallout is know for a lot of content i am telling you this game has a lot of content and can last you countless upon countless of hours which is incredible. The game has 100+ of hours to spend that is the glory of rpgs lots of places to explore. There are excellent characters you meet and there are lots of side missions. The game is truly an epic adventure and the extra modes make it nicer too. 100/100 

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Gameplay

The gameplay is exactly the same as fallout 3 which is not a bad thing but like i said they could have changed it a little bit. The pip is pretty awesome if you ask me it has everything from food to perks to stats. Third person mode is pretty good but first person mode makes the game queer and awkward. Fighting enemies is a bit weird but it is very nicely polished too. The game has lots of new characters and it can be fun hacking computers and unlocking doors. And it can also be very fun customizing your characters.  85/100 

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Verdict – 605/700 = 86% = A – Brilliant 

 

 

 

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