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  • Summary: Fallout: New Vegas - Ultimate Edition comes complete with all of the game add-on content for Fallout: New Vegas - Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues, Lonesome Road, Courier’s Stash and Gun Runners’ Arsenal.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
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  1. Mar 12, 2012
    As you can see Obsidian and Bethesda hook the player up right to give them a fighting chance at surviving the treachery of New Vegas. As a fan of RPGs and shooters, Fallout: New Vegas had a lot to offer me in the over 100 hours of exploring saving and destroying the various factions that are housed in the wasteland. I also thoroughly enjoyed the DLC, especially Old World Blues which despite its insanely long dialogue was a lot of fun and the experience and gear were totally worth the trip. I highly recommend picking up Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition for the PC as soon as you can.
  2. Mar 13, 2012
    I honestly recommend the Ultimate Edition to everyone who Skyrim still left hungry for questing. [April 2012, p.78]
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 8
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 8
  1. Nov 18, 2012
    If you liked fallout 3. You gonna love new vegas. Is a really great game, with a very nice dificulty mode, where you must drink water and eat food. There a lot of new weapons, but the most important, is there are a lot of great misions, with a very great conversations, and a lot of kind of modes to do some mision.
    You can llok for some info, with yous speakingm or stealth from a securyti box etc.
    The main history is also really nice! You have to take a lot of decisions.
    I consider new vegas underrated. Obsidian did a ver great work, this fall out is very near to fall out 1 or 2, more than fall out 3, thath is more like skyrim. Of course fall out 3 is a ver great game also.
    The dlc are greta also, but my favourite is old world blues.
  2. Jul 21, 2014
    Fallout New Vegas is an excellent FPS/RPG in the Post-apocalyptic future with over a 100+ hours of gameplay and can be found at 19,99€ as low as 4,99€ on the steam sales and tons of mods available if your a fallout or RGP fan you would be mad not to buy it. Expand
  3. Nov 21, 2013
    Enjoyable game with a lot of explorable content. It did have issues with bugs and crashing(and still does) from time to time, though it has received quite an amount of patches and is running much better at the moment. It will have you entertained from the small town of Good springs, to the gem of the wasteland; the Hoover dam. I do reccoemnd getting the Ultimate version over the vanilla game as it does increase it's longevity by a good couple of hours. Though still after a year, i cannot beat Dead Money for the life of me. Expand
  4. Mar 18, 2012
    Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition is the first uncut release in Germany. I bought it on Steam and got absolutely no problems with crashing. Most of the bugs have been patched out, the few remaining are more funny than annoying. New Vegas's Gameplay is better than Fallout 3 GOTY, but the story and post-apocalyptic athmosphere not as good as in Fallout 3. Probably because of my Wild Wasteland perk :)

    I have'nt played through all DLCs yet, only played Old World Blues so far, which is AWESOME.

    If you want to play a sequel to Fallout 3, this is your game.
    I promise, you will have lots of fun playing.
  5. Nov 19, 2013
    Single Player/Multi Player (2/2)

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    Gameplay (1/2)

    Visuals/Story (1/2)

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    Accessibility/Longevity (2/2)

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    Pricing (2/2)

    Wildcard (0)

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  6. Apr 11, 2012
    Very good game for those who like to explore, fight a bit, find junk, and make your own story. There are several plots available to spur you on if you're at a loss for what to do next. I liked this better than Fallout 3. The mechanics are very similar, but somewhat more polished. It has the tongue-in-cheek approach to writing and design that is common to Fallout franchise games. (I'd love to play a deadly serious, realistic apocalyptic FPS/RPG sometime.)

    Fallout 3: 188 hrs. Skyrim: 300 hrs. New Vegas: 120 hrs. so far. God, what am I doing with my life?
  7. Mar 12, 2012
    So so so sorry i got this. SAME as last compilation, Fallout 3: GOTY... This freezes and crashes non stop. Makes it litterally unplayable and they dont care. The wont fix it, they wont patch it. They instead release a broken game that somehow got past Q&A. My advice? DONT buy this game. It is a complete disaster. I took it back to gamestop and got my money back thank god. Bought a GOOD game, called GTA IV. Collapse

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