Richard Horsefield takes an analytical look at one of gaming’s most ignored aspects. You know, that part when the credits roll?
An expedition into the unspoiled wilderness of Utah’s Zion National Park goes horribly wrong when your caravan is ambushed by a tribal raiding band. As you try to find a way back to the Mojave, you become embroiled in a war between tribes and a conflict between a New Canaanite missionary and the mysterious Burned Man. The decisions you make will determine the fate of Zion.
A new fan made Fallout movie short has jokes, special effects, decent acting, and overall, doesn’t suck.
A list of must have mods for Fallout: New Vegas, including brief descriptions and links for downloads.
Despite the numerous and similar characteristics to the previous game, Fallout: New Vegas offers a unique experience that keeps players entertained in America’s post-apocalyptic playground.
The vast size of New Vegas and amount of content to explore promise many many hours lost to this game.
Much of the coverage for New Vegas so far has included many complaints that the game hasn’t been upgraded enough compared to Fallout 3. Many gamers were hoping to see significant improvements in graphics, character models, the user interface, and game mechanics. One way of approaching Fallout: New Vegas might be to think of it as a game in limbo between an expansion pack and a full fledged sequel. No, this isn’t Fallout 4, and no it isn’t an expansion on Fallout 3. New Vegas uses the resources Bethesda developed for Oblivion and Fallout 3, and improves upon many of them while keeping the core design intact.
The first time I ran into Ceaser’s Legion was a scary scene, unlike anything I found in Fallout 3. I’d been hired on by an NCR sniper to scout out a nearby town. The sniper had seen plumes of smoke blackening the skies above the settlement, but couldn’t leave her post to check it out. That’s where I came in.
I’ve never done it before. Drive out in the pouring rain (well, a light drizzle, this is L.A. after all,) and hang out in a town I would usually avoid for an hour before midnight, listening to the anxious squeals and embarrassing tom-foolery of gamer nerds, all so I could get my Collector’s Edition of Fallout: New Vegas.