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Fallout: New Vegas- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 120 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the value for money and design. The graphics and gameplay are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Fallout: New Vegas- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Fallout: New Vegas (PlayStation 3)


Fallout: New Vegas is all about more. There's more to do in New Vegas than in Fallout 3, its superb predecessor; there's more complexity to its gameplay mechanics; and sadly, there are far more bugs than you should expect from a modern role-playing...

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Fallout: New Vegas


The post apocalyptic future has never been this buggy. Fallout 3 was a gigantic game back in 2008. It had great combat, fantastic writing, and an enthralling overall presentation. It...

Great story ; Improved and fun combat ; Faction balancing is fun ; Tons of options ; Still has the classic Fallout feel

Karma system is strange ; Very buggy ; Lag in the combat ; NPC glitches ; Waypoint system is confusing

Fallout 3 was a gigantic game back in 2008. It had great combat, fantastic writing, and an enthralling overall presentation. It was rather revolutionary at the time. Now in 2010, we get the follow-up to the 2008 hit with Fallout: New Vegas. Set four...


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Fallout: NV - Dead Money (X360) Review


The Sierra Madre Casino welcomes all with open arms, but this Pre-War paradise might be the Courier's worst nightmare.

To make matters worse, your would-be companions are located across three different locations, and the Villa isn't exactly the most tourist-friendly place. The cramped corridors feel absolutely claustrophobic compared to the wide open Wasteland, and a...


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Fallout: New Vegas


Fallout 3, Bethesda's behemoth resurrection of the beloved RPG franchise was one of the most acclaimed games of 2008 and to spite it's geriatric engine, became one of the defining games of this generation. For the sequel Bethesda left the newly revived...

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Fallout: New Vegas


It's been two years since Fallout 3 hit, bringing new life to a long sleeping franchise. Aside from garnering all sorts of critical acclaim, Fallout 3 successfully transported a new generation of gamers (by which I mean console as well as younger)? to...

Fallout: New Vegas is easily one of the top contenders for Game of the Year.

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Fallout: New Vegas


Its time to pack your Rad-X and make sure your Pip-Boy is fully charged as the long awaited follow-up to Fallout 3 has finally arrived. The story kicks off like any other great yarn, with your character getting shot in the head and then buried....

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Fallout: New Vegas Review for the PS3


The Wasteland Survival Guide: Mojave Edition by The Courier

More Fallout 3!; Plenty of side quests; Hardcore mode; Reputation and factions; Companion Wheel; Lasts for weeks, even months; Color, via The Strip

Story setup not as gripping; Can't issue companion commands from afar; Glitchy

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Fallout: New Vegas


In the two years since its release, Bethesda has kept Fallout 3 relevant thanks to a steady stream of downloadable content that expanded the game universe. Now however, it seems to be hurting the franchise more than anything else.

The main draw of Fallout: New Vegas, much like that of recent games in the series to create your character and make choices that effect how your game turns out. While the trainer adds the ability to change your character's traits at...


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Fallout: New Vegas


Yes, it's buggy -- but it's also one of the year's best games.

Surprisingly strong story; faction system adds replay value; lots of major and minor improvements to the Fallout formula; Hardcore mode lives up to its name

So many bugs; would be nice to sort inventory by item weight

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Fallout: New Vegas Review


Major technical problems blemish this enjoyable and sophisticated adventure through the western wastes.

Incredibly huge and detailed world, loaded with stuff to do ; Side quests are mostly terrific and brimming with personality ; Faction reputation system leads to incredible flexibility ; Great atmosphere, in and out of the Vegas Strip ; Your choices...

Absolutely swarming with disastrous bugs ; Some quests are not enjoyable ; Main story isn't compelling

Your faction relationships also have much more dramatic consequences on your adventure, opening up new quests while closing off others. The game is sometimes a bit opaque regarding how your actions may inadvertently affect the way a particular faction...