Reviews for Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition


Great RPG

xSh4d0wXx | Aug. 8, 2013 | See all xSh4d0wXx's reviews »

This game is absolutely fantastic. The story is a lot better than Fallout 3's in my opinion and there are also more hours of fun to be put in this game than Fallout 3. The DLC featured in this version of the game is really fun and offers unique weapons and great, memorable characters which you'll have fun talking to. Brilliant game, brilliant deal!


Love RPGS, then this is a MUST buy

alexio101 | July 7, 2013 | See all alexio101's reviews »

To start this is a great game, but quite different to fallout 3. The story allows more choice for the player to follow very different paths but still retains it great story. the story remains engaging throughout. The gameplay is very similar to that of fallout 3 with no major changes, which for me personally is good. While slightly clunky compared to most shooters it does not matter to me. The downside is the graphics with some glitches here and there and it just looks outdated not being able to handle some of the components. However overall this is a great game and a must buy for any console or PC offering an RPG experience like no other.


Another Great RPG

ThomasG101 | Sept. 5, 2012 | See all ThomasG101's reviews »

After having played Fallout 3 I wasn't sure whether or not to buy this as I didn't really like Fallout 3's story but in the end I got it from a mate for Christmas. In my opinion Fallout New Vegas is a lot better, the game-play is the same with the same style post-apocalyptic wasteland but I found the story to be far more interesting and the choices really do make a massive difference to the story. The DLC isn't the best in my opinion but it's worth getting this edition for the extra weapons and and the extra side missions. One of my favorite parts is the slow-mo action shots when killing enemies which never gets old. The characters in this are far more interesting than Fallout 3 and I think the fact that New Vegas is a city gives the game a purpose rather than Fallout 3 which in my opinion felt too hopeless for it's own good.