The famous weapons manufacturer, Gun Runners, has opened up their exclusive cache of armaments, including new weapons, weapon mods, ammo types and recipes. Their inventory doesn’t come without a price, though.Read full description
The famous weapons manufacturer, Gun Runners, has opened up their exclusive cache of armaments, including new weapons, weapon mods, ammo types and recipes. Their inventory doesn’t come without a price, though. Trek far and wide throughout the Mojave Wasteland in search of this elite class of weapons that range from the outrageously potent to the bizarrely impractical.
New Weapons and Weapon Mods
It’s time to free up some of that inventory weight. Waiting to be uncovered in the Mojave Wasteland is a plethora of new unique weapons such as the Bozar, an all-powerful 5.56mm Light Machine Gun, the Smitty Special, an overwhelming variant of the Plasma Caster,, the MFC Cluster mine, the Esther, a unique Mini Nuke Launcher, and the ridiculous Nuka Breaker – a new melee weapon made from a Nuka-Cola neon sign. If the 27 new weapons aren’t enough, upgrade your existing weapons with 40 new weapon modifications.
New Ammo Types and Recipes
Try out 18 new recipes and 29 new ammo types such as 12 Ga. Dragon’s Breath, Hive Missiles and 25mm/40mm Plasma Grenades, all of which make choosing diplomacy a less appealing option.
Over twenty new challenges await the most diligent of completionists. If you thought that you’ve done and seen everything New Vegas has to offer, think again!
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Fallout: New Vegas Gun Runners Arsenal is a rather lazy DLC that simply adds new weapons to the game and while in any normal game this would be a good thing but remember that it is a game that has mod support and you can have dozens of awesome weapons for free so is there a point of paying for a small amount of them? If you want balance then yes!
This is a must have, it gives so many new guns and ammo types to the game, that it's almost a new game. Now, you can have a useful weapon for every type of enemy, and i love to prepare this kind of stuff! Also, the new stuff are modifiable, which is a nice touch, plus if you bought every dlc, you will need all the powerful new guns, to defeat those 5 monsters. Little pricier than the curiers stash, but this one is even more recommended!
The gun runners arsenal offers tons of new guns and melee weapons to Fallout New Vegas and i think its worth it.The weapons are better,cooler and generally more fun to use than the other weapons already present in the game.I would recommend getting this dlc.
For the longest time I didn't buy this because I had already finished the main game and all the other DLCs and I thought this was just some new guns and I didn't really care for that. Now that I have it, I'm kicking myself for not getting it earlier. The guns and ammo types it adds are great fun, but also it adds mods and challenges that are super fun to do as well. The challenges turned out to be the best part for me as some of them were quite abstract and really fun.
Time to kick out realism with a boot and bring in the glory of overpowered weapons with this DLC! Tons of irresistible awesomeness with a machine gun modified to be a sniper rifle or a Katana that boasts a ridiculous attack rate (with all the right perks and skills). A good number of them are available at the start, even the lower-tier weapons, at excellent condition if one is willing to spend the caps... "Gun Runners Arsenal" can help newcomers to wield reliable and powerful weapons at the beginning of the game or later on when journeying to other areas, such as Zion Canyon of Honest Hearts. Others. on the other hand, are more zany and simply add fun, especially if the "Wild Wasteland" perk is obtained. The only "downfall" of this DLC is the challenges. They're all pretty boring and tend to be ignored as one will always have too much fun ripping off the head of an enemy or making things explode with a nuclear blast from a mini-nuke. Another issue that could be brought up is the ridiculous in-game prices for a lot of the weapons/mods but most of them can be compensated with a high barter skill and cheats, if one is impatient. I give this DLC a B- for adding some more "game time" for those who are stingy and/or do not have enough money to buy most of the DLCs with storylines. Otherwise, free custom game modifications can too provide the same result (though the requirements are higher for they need script extenders and such).
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