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Fallout: New Vegas - Ultimate Edition (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows XP
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  • Platform:   Windows XP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: CD-ROM
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  • ASIN: B00ABTAZUA
  • Release Date: 7 Dec. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,462 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition (PC DVD) [DVD-ROM] [Windows 7 | Windows XP]

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Windows 7/Vista®/XP;Dual Core 2 GHz;2 GB RAM;10 GB free hard drive space;NVIDIA GeForce 6 series, ATI™ 1300XT series minimum; Requires Internet connection and Steam account to activate. UK only edition. Will not work on PCs purchased outside of the UK.

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By NeuroSplicer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 25 Jan. 2013
The previous installment of the Fallout series, Fallout 3, was an excellent open-world Role-Playing Shooter (RPS). Although it suffered a far from...happy ending and most of the DLCs offered little more than even more loot and a handful of unique items, it was a game I greatly enjoyed for hours at no end and was more than happy to replay it only to follow different paths every time the story bifurcated. I for one was sure left craving for more and the Obsidian/Bethesda people were more than happy to deliver. Even so, true to Vegas mentality, they seem to have let their winnings ride...

The first thing that hits you in the Mojave desert is how...familiar this new world looks like. The graphics, which were excellent two years ago, are still very good - but they are no longer cutting edge. Besides some richer shadowing and somewhat more vivid colors, if there are any major graphical improvements since FALLOUT-3 I failed to notice them. Having said that, I must admit that I loved the desert skies, especially during sunrises and sunsets!

Although both the story and the location are different from FALLOUT-3, I was happy to meet old friends: the handy PIPBOY-3000, the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. skill system and the V.A.T.S. targeting aid. The gameplay seems to fit like a favorite old pair of jeans.
Character development has both acquired more depth (with the return of Traits which offer advantages but at a price) but also made easier.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jules TOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 July 2013
Requires Internet connection & STEAM account to activate. *read my comments section for modding the game & making it more stable.

Ultimate edition includes:
-The original Fallout New Vegas game.
-Official add-on's, Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues & Lonesome Road (Each add-on introduces new weapons, recipes etc.. & each add's 5 more player levels making the max level 50).

The game starts out in a now traditional Falllout class, with a beautiful opening sequence that sets out whats going on in this game, and more importantly, how our character comes into it. So as a courier left for dead & revived by the folks of a town called Goodsprings, we wake up to a Doc Mitchell, and start to build our characters skills akin to the previous Fallout 3(2008) in the bunker. While the town acts out as our tutorial into New Vegas. I guess from the game point of view i would say first off, don't go expecting miracles with Fallout 3: New Vegas or major changes, as it uses a lot of the mechanics & building structures from the original Fallout 3 from 2008. Characters are built & presented in the same way & the inventory is the same, although there are a few new things here.

These new things include for example, varied ammo types now like Hollow points(v's flesh) or Armour piercing(v's armor) which will give you extra damage benefits against differently armored or otherwise enemies, so using basic ammo against armored opponents will just pretty much bounce off them & not do much damage if any. There is also more tinkering going on, with picking plants to create elixers & healing powders, as well as ways to make your own ammo & modify weapons.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By StephyD on 31 May 2014
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Played for 78 hours so far and still have the extra quests available to do! Talk about good value! It's a 3rd person RPG set after Fallout 3, with more colour and blue sky, even some plants. Lots of quests, set in and around a Las Vegas that has somehow survived the apocalypse. The town is not for the faint-hearted, but you can pretty much eliminate any group you dislike - which of course will have an effect on the outcome. Shame the one with the best uniforms - i.e. Roman - were so evil ( at least in my eyes) so I never joined them - perhaps when replaying some time in the future. Loved the sidekicks, in fact I let them do most of the fighting! Lots of 1950's references and music, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley etc, added to the overall feel of the game and a touch of quirkiness. All in all I thoroughly enjoyed this game.
One word of warning, you do need a steam account to play, but you can do as I do, activate the game and download any updates then play offline.
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Fallout New Vegas, plus all the dlcs is a really interesting game, mostly for the variety and quantity of weapons. The main story of the vanilla game is quite dull, and the environment hasn't the charm Fallout 3 has in terms of atmosphere. When I started playing it the first time it was for me a real let down, but pushing firther into the game, the various places to explore were interesting enough to push me through the game, even if they are far from amazing. The Honest Hearts and Lonesome road are quite intersting variations on the fallout theme and environments and mainly the second rewards the player with some interesting gear and weapons. Dead money dlc has interesting maps and story, but it easily drives the player mad for its high difficulty, infact I have very often found myself very short of life, ammo and weapons, rushing, limping, desperately trying to avoid enemies instead of facing them. old world blues dlc is quite weird but at the same time boring, with a quite dull and uninspired environment.
I suggest everyone to at least try this game because it is worth playing, but don't expect to be amazed by it!
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