Fallout New Vegas - PlayStation 3

  • Publisher: Bethesda
  • SKU: 9701386
  • Release Date: Not Yet Announced
  • 4.4 (152)
ESRB Rating: Mature
Blood and gore, Intense violence, Sexual content, Strong language, Use of drugs
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Way Too Many Glitches Posted by: from: Santa Clarita, CA on i can't in good faith rate this game any higher than 2 stars. After putting about 40 hours into this game over a 2 week period, the constant freezes and glitches have me burned out. I just don't want to play it anymore. Its incredible that once again Bethesda put out another Fallout with major glitches that ruin the game play. Customers shouldn't have to pay for a game now and then wait months for patches to fix the problems. I can deal with the bad programming and graphics (characters walking into walls or on air) but the freezing is unacceptable. I have to physically shut off my PS3 (slim 160GB model) because the game is unresponsive and locks up the ps3. Even a few of the side quest are broken and can't be completed!!! The deeper I get into the game, the more the glitches happen. I would stay away from this game until a heavy dose of patches are available to fix the problems. I would also recommend buyers to check out the forum on Bethesda website to read up on all the software related problems this game is having. It's not pretty...

14 out of 17 found this review helpful.

Love this game!!! Posted by: from: winston-Salem, NC on I was a huge fan of Fallout 3 and couldnt wait for New Vegas! I was not dissappointed! This game is exciting, intriguing, and very lengthy and in depth. Im talking over a 100 hours of play time with multiple out comes and mutiple scenarios. The graphics could've been a bit better, but its so much fun, you dont care. Also, be sure to save frequently! This game has the same problems locking up as the 3rd one did. (Just take it out, turn off the PS3, and put it back in.) Other than that, you definitely get your moneys worth with this one. I highly recommend it, along with the 3rd one, if you never played it!

10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Best game of 2010 IMO Posted by: from: South Florida on I got addicted to the fallout series with fallout 3. This game is very similar which is fine for the most part. I still haven't made it to vegas yet but I am now at McCarren airfield which is almost walking distance from it. Vegas sounds like it is going to change the game for the most part. Can't wait to kick some butt at BJ and slots. I have almost 4000 caps saved up just for this/ Cons: Lot's of bugs throughout game. Gets very laggy when walking through desert and sometimes get stuck in awkward spots when inside of buildings. Game has frozen up once on me but I'm wasn't sure if it's my PS3 acting up or if it's the game (I have an original 60 gb upgraded to 320 gb). I usually save it once I sense a little bit of lag just to be on the safe side. Hints: Collect star caps (even if you have to buy them) Keep Raul the Ghoul around as a bodyguard (offers an extra 250 carrying weight plus very good shot with a .44 magnum and voiced by Danny Trejo) For anybody that is complaining about having to walk all the time, just go to world map and have it teleport you to the location if you have already visited it, or to a nearby location you have already visited. Save before talking to someone to complete a mission. Sometimes you can get more money if your speech is high enough. Just run it through once and see if you get an option for speech. If you do but don't have enough points, just reload from when you saved and come back when you do. Magazines help alot in situations like this. I got an extra 600 caps from a mission to Vault 22 for doing this.

12 out of 12 found this review helpful.

Would be great, but... Posted by: from: Ouzinkie, Ak on Freezes up an has more glitches than Fallout3. I hope it'll have a fix VERY soon. I think the storyline is a good one too, JUST FIX THE BUGS!!!

12 out of 12 found this review helpful.

Overall, well worth the purchase... Posted by: from: alabama on I was curious as to how this one was going to start out, as compared to Fallout 3 ( i.e. another baby scenario). From the opening credits where it pans over your seemingly lifeless body and the shallow grave I was hooked. Most , if not all, of original control settings were same as Fallout 3 (bonus). My personal favorite was the much-needed improvement w/ manual aiming. Small addition to armor w/ the Damage Threshold concept. V.A.T.S. was not only retained but approved upon (see higher melee skill #s). The addition of the reputation system was a pleasant surprise. Allows to really shape your game-playing style. I did a straight run- don't forget to try HARDCORE mode- through the main story-line to see what I would get. Disappointingly though, it did not take very long (I think the longest part, for me, was saving up the money to actually get into the Strip). But once completed, I realized the potential for different arcs in the story as well as multiple endings. And plus the numerous side quests, that I by-passed, will keep me occupied for quite a while I imagine. I do like the new radio stations, little more variety (and honestly I could stand to do w/o Three-Dog). Personally I can also do w/o all the "Survival" and crafting stuff, BUT I do give credit for adding variety. All-in-all a VERY entertaining, very time-consuming and well worth the money (hopefully you pre-ordered to get the EXTREMELY useful 12 DTS armor and the grenade launcher). I have encountered some of the freeze-ups as stated from previous reviews. And those did come at the most inopportune times. I also am disappointed at the lack of any multiplayer options. Perhaps there's decent downloadable content in the works...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Awsome Game. Posted by: from: Overland Park, KS on This was worth the buy. Not many games out there have much value when you can pay $60 and get only a couple of days play, but not this one. It was a very involved game with plenty of missions to choose from. I think I had over 70 hours of game play and did not complete all the missions in the game.

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

great game Posted by: from: on this is my first fallout game and it is a great game i played it 19 hours and still have not completed it there is so much stuff to do and on hardcore mode it is so hard sound is great but graphics could be better but for a map that big it would be hard.

10 out of 12 found this review helpful.

Disappointment from fallout 3 Posted by: from: Indy, IN on If you are looking for a follow up game of equal caliber from fallout 3, you will be greatly disappointed. While the sheer size of the game is equal, the game has a tendency to glitch all the time, freeze up, and even shut off completely at random. Your followers will become invisible or non existent and impossible to find. The game plays exactly the same as fallout 3. The challenge is very high, almost too much so at times. Saving constantly is almost required, as health is scarce and enemies plenty throughout. The length is long, and by long, I mean I have played for over 30 hours and figure I am 30 % through the game. This is not something you can beat in one or two weekends. If you enjoyed fallout 3, this will be a step back, but still an enjoyment to play for the most part. The appeal of the game overshadows the shortcomings, but just barely. If you are new to the fallout series, pick up fallout 3 instead.

5 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Great game, but lots of glitches Posted by: from: Owensboro, KY on I enjoyed playing this game, but the MANY glitches were very frustrating. The game would freeze at critical points, requiring a restart, and there were portions of the games that, for reasons unknown to me, were inaccessible. I would have expected a patch by now, but no such luck! If you're not a big Fallout or RPG fan, I wouldn't buy this game until you're certain many of the bugs have been fixed.

8 out of 11 found this review helpful.

An extension of Fallout 3... Posted by: from: Chicago, IL on New Vegas is without a doubt a large expansion pack from the last game. The look, feel and graphics are the same, which is perfect for the story line, but the engine that runs the game is in need of an overhaul. The choppy play and locking are still a part of the game and unfortunately seem to actually be a lot worse at times than it was before. My favorite part of playing this game is the ability to replay the game as a saint, neutral or evil character and the in game feel changes as well, so technically those hundreds of hours can easily turn into thousands with a few replays. Even with the occasional locking issues, I still highly recommend the game, especially with the number of locations and missions almost tripling in size. I am however willing to wait for 5 years if need be while they fix the playability issues before releasing another one...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.

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