The residents of the Mojave have long assumed the trackless wastes of the ‘Big Empty’ are a no-man's-land, a desolate stretch where no living thing can survive. In Old World Blues, you discover that it is anything but...Read full description
The residents of the Mojave have long assumed the trackless wastes of the ‘Big Empty’ are a no-man's-land, a desolate stretch where no living thing can survive. In Old World Blues, you discover that it is anything but...
After being transported to the Big MT research crater, you find you're the only hope of saving the Think Tank – the strange group of post-human researchers who inhabit the facility. They enlist your aid to save them from their own experiments - experiments that have gone horribly out of control. As you explore the huge stretch of the Big MT crater and its many underground labs, you’ll confront strange mutated animals, battle terrifying new atomic robots, and discover a new home base to call your own. Recover all the weapons, armor, and tech of the Pre-War era and use them to help save all of Science!
New Terrain: Explore the expanse of the ‘Big Empty’ and its huge variety of research centers, arboretums, canyons, and scientific labs. Even better, find and upgrade your own home base, the Sink, within the Big Empty's central dome!
New Enemies: Confront the surgically-altered Lobotomites, bizarre robot scorpions, the dead occupants of the Y-17 Trauma Harnesses as well as the terrifying disembodied brain, Dr. Mobius. Look out for other strange and terrifying creations of the Think Tank!
New Perks and Weapons: Old World Blues increases the level cap by 5 and introduces a range of new weapons including the Sonic Emitter, K9000 Cyberdog Gun, Proton Axe, and several varieties of Mad Scientist Gloves such as the Sterilizer Glove and Corrosive Fist. You’ll also find new armors such as the Sneak Suit and Mad Scientist Scrubs to make your life in the Mojave easier. Look out for implants that can switch your body parts in and out for new effects and defenses to aid you in the Big Empty and the Mojave wasteland!
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This DLC has the theme of a laboratory and when we join the fact that there is a crazy scientist and a laboratory there are very strange enemies that was what I liked the DLC the fact of the diversified enemies, history also has its touch and the fact that your mission is to search your brain and put it back if you listen as you listen crazy but it is incredible. I recommend it.
Fallout: New Vegas Old World Blues is, in my opinion, the second best DLC ever game for a game, being the Lonesome Road the first one. After being transported to the Big MT research crater, you must find a way to go back to the Mojave Wasteland and, oh yeah, take back your brain and implanted back in your head. Crazy stuff happens when you visit Big MT. Filled with weird creatures, robots, amazing characters, funny NPC's and a hilarious villian, I can say this DLC is really worth your time as you hunt down Ulises and explore more of the Fallout lore. Recommended.
Old World Blues is a very well written, original story filled with humor and interesting dialogues. Worth the money and dedicated time. New Vegas fans will not be disappointed, as the add-on provides an amazing atmosphere and adventure, great experience for the player bored with the core game. Worth checking out.
Those damn robo-scorpions... Anyway, Old World Blues can be a misleading title, especially if you don't know what you're walking into, like me. When i first started up this DLC i assumed something like Operation Anchorage, because you know, old world, but instead, i got into a very much sci-fi setting, with talking toasters and everything. Dealing with this place is bizarre, to say the least. The local denizens doesn't really make trans humanism as sexy as other works, and that fraking toaster has a personality of a pyromaniac Cylon, which basically means he is the most fun to talk to in the entire game :D The whole place is unique, and the rewards for the missions make it especially worth it, to try this one out for yourself. Just don't turn your back on that toaster, seriously, he is a menace...
The spooky atmosphere,the mysterious scientists and the wicked enemies and weapons are the coolest part of this dlc.You get to use high tech weapons,fight megascoprpion robots and even use invisibility technology.The amount of fun is huge and this is by far the best dlc.Also I recommend to have high intelligence and science skills when playing old world blues
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