Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition
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Welcome Back to New Vegas!
With the introduction of the Ultimate Edition, Bethesda Softworks offers you the chance to double-down and get the complete package of New Vegas fun. For the first time in one package, you can get all the Fallout: New Vegas content including the full suite of highly acclaimed add-on content: Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road. To sweeten the pot, you’ll be armed with the latest cache of unique weapons, ammo types and recipes from the most recent add-on packs: Courier’s Stash and Gun Runners Arsenal. Whether you’re a seasoned explorer of the Mojave or playing the game for the first time, you’ll find there are more friends and enemies to make, more consequences to your actions and more opportunities to live in glory or infamy throughout the Wasteland. The choices you make will be as crucial to your survival as ever.
Beyond the Wasteland:
The world of New Vegas is more expansive than ever. Each new distinct area presents a fresh set of branching-quests, remarkable personalities and more chances to play the Savior or the Pariah to the natives of New Vegas.
Shiny New Toys:
Each add-on pack increases the mountain of armaments already at your disposal. Whether you’re an in-your-face brawler or a long-range gunner, weapons such as the Two-Step Goodbye (unique ballistic fists) or Sleepytime (a handy 10mm Sub-Machinegun) will give that warmonger in you a chance to flex your ammo-filled muscles.
Room to Grow:
With each of the four main add-on packs, the maximum levelcap is increased by 5 levels, ultimately raising the ceiling to Level 50.
Lured into a trap masquerading as the Sierra Madre Casino, you are thrown into a high stakes game where you’ll have to work with three other lost souls if you want to survive.
An expedition into Utah’s Zion National Park goes horribly wrong and you become embroiled in a war between tribes and put into a conflict between a New Canaanite missionary and the mysterious Burning Man.
Old World Blues:
Transported to the Big MT research crater, you are enlisted by the Think Tank to save them from their own science experiments that have gone horribly out of control.
Ulysses, the original Courier Six, contacts you and promises to answer why he refused to deliver the Platinum Chip at the start of Fallout: New Vegas, but only if you make one last journey into the treacherous canyons of the Divide.
A post apocalytpic wonderAussieSteve | Sept. 27, 2015 | See all AussieSteve's reviews »
One of my all time favourites - this game just keeps you coming back for more. The wicked sense of humour, the mix of old west and sci-fi goodness makes this series unique. Set in the Mojave, you are thrust into a warzone, free to choose your own side - but beware, everyone is out for themselves in the new old west. Gameplay is best in first person mode, and the pace feels just right - slower than FPS, but enough action to keep you going for "just one more quest tonight". Only issue is the bugginess of the game. Mods can add to the story or tweak the visuals - and they take the game to a new level. Fun, so long as the game doesn't bug out.
Best RPG of the last 10 yearsCharlie_Whitt | Sept. 1, 2015 | See all Charlie_Whitt's reviews »
Seriously it's one of those games you can play through over and over and still have a completely fresh experience every time. Some people prefer the desolate vibe of Fallout 3 but the macabre humour and intelligent writing tip New Vegas over top. Highly recommend and with modding support it plays even better.
Excellent game on its owntheawesomesauce | July 5, 2015 | See all theawesomesauce's reviews »
There are people who claim that modding a game is the only way to derive enjoyment from it. Fallout: New Vegas is enjoyable as is and should only be modded on a second play through. There are numerous parts of the game where you cant help but laugh. There are so many clever jokes and depth in the many areas of the game. It does an excellent job of immersing you in the Fallout Universe.
AWESOME DEALPenguin0526 | April 2, 2015 | See all Penguin0526's reviews »
Got this when it was on sale for $5, UNBEATABLE price, great sequel however I'm more of a fan of the Fallout 3 setting. Love this series, love it even more for the price. Make sure you download the Games for Windows app if you're playing on Windows 8, it prevent's alot of the bugs!! Happy Gaming
A must have collectionGmen | Jan. 9, 2015 | See all Gmen's reviews »
If you haven’t played Fallout New Vegas yet, or you have but haven’t touched the DLC for the game, then this is a must have for your Steam library. Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition comes with all four official DLC packs (Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road), plus 2 other bits of DLC, namely Couriers Stash and Gun Runners Arsenal. Dead Money and Old World Blues are the best DLCs, but for the sheer number of new guns to play with, Gun Runners Arsenal also has to be commended. There's nothing sweeter in my mind than getting the legendary M1 Garand into FNV! Your level cap to 50, plus you will be given many new perks to choose from when levelling up. There are previously closed off areas for you to explore, and many new weapons and items to play around with. Fallout New Vegas just got even better. Despite being the ultimate version of the ultimate RPG, there are still problems. The game was always outdated graphically, so you will have to look into modding it to get the best experience, and luckily for you there's a very committed community out there for this game. Having said that though, the game's art direction does have a certain charm and style. The game is also very buggy -- probably one of the buggiest I've ever played, but if you can get past it and forgive it for this, you're in for a treat. One of the best things about FNV is the soundtrack. You'll be running through the wasteland, singing along to catchy old songs from the mid-20th century on your Pip-Boys radio, all the while hearing the not so subtle sounds of gunfire. That, and the other more atmospheric music composed by Mark Morgan which was ripped from Fallout 1 and Fallout 2 is here. Utterly inspiring stuff.