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Fallout: New Vegas - Ultimate Edition (Xbox 360)
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Ultimate Edition
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Welcome back to New Vegas!
With the introduction of the Ultimate Edition Bethesda Softworks presents the definitive edition of the award-winning Fallout: New Vegas®. This complete package, which includes the Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road add-on packs, allows you to experience everything that New Vegas has to offer. 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.
You’ll find there are more friends – and enemies – to make whether you’re a seasoned explorer of the Mojave, or playing the game for the first time. You’ll discover there are also more consequences to be responsible for, and more opportunities to live in glory – or infamy – throughout the Wasteland. The choices you make will be as influential as ever.
Enjoy your stay.
- The Definitive Compilation: The Ultimate Edition includes all four mission expansion add-on packs—Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road—along with two additional DLC packs—Courier’s Stash and Gun Runners Arsenal—that increase the range of unique weapons, weapon mods, ammo types and recipes waiting to be uncovered in the vast Mojave Wasteland.
- Beyond the Wasteland: New Vegas is more expansive than ever with the Sierra Madre Casino, Zion National Park, Big MT research crater and the treacherous Divide now open for exploring. Each distinct area presents a fresh set of branching quests, remarkable personalities and more chances to play the Savior or Pariah to the natives of New Vegas.
- Shiny New Toys: Each add-on pack adds to the mountain of armaments already at your disposal. Whether you’re an in-your-face brawler or a long-range gunner, unique ballistic fists like the Two-Step Goodbye or a handy 10mm Sub-Machinegun such as the Sleepytime will ensure that the warmonger in you will flex its ammo-filled muscles.
- Room to Grow: With each of the four main DLC packs, the maximum is increased by 5 levels, ultimately raising the ceiling to Level 50.
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[For those like me, who bought this game despite owning the original, in order to start afresh with the DLC]
Make sure you insert the 2nd disc first (DLC content). This will load onto your harddrive and then from that point on, just use the normal play disc (disc 1). I was 2 hours into playing the disc 1 until I realised my mistake. This is FYI just in case you are wanting to begin your New Vegas adventures anew, starting off with things such as the 'sturdy caravan shotgun' and 'lightweight leather armour' which helps on the earlier levels.
That's all. If you enjoyed Fallout, you'll enjoy this. Simple.
The game itself is fantastic. The post-apocalyptic feel is still there, the eeriness is still there, it's every bit a fallout game. Considering the engine and gameplay of the game is virtually identical to Fallout 3, save for a few pleasant additions, I find it hard to tell which I prefer. With New Vegas I feel more involved with the characters, they're more alive, they've more character, I can remember each character you encounter out on The Wastes better and where they reside better than I could in previous Fallout games.
As for The Wastes themselves, they've got more varied environments. One thing that disappointed me with fallout 3 (Though put next to the rest of the game, this was quickly forgotten about) was the bleakness and awkwardness. Immediately springing to mind are the repetitiveness of wandering a grey, dry landscape, and when visiting more central locations, the constant blundering through old train tunnels to find the other side to get to where you want. Whilst fun and interesting the first couple of times, it quickly became annoying having to go very particular routes to get places in an open-world game. In New Vegas this is not the case. The landscape is more the likes of Oblivion or Skyrim, a truely open world landscape with pockets of civilization here and there. In New Vegas, it's a pleasure to wander The Wastes for hours on end. Although the map is smaller (At least it feels so) they've packed more into it, meaning you'll never be wandering too long without something catching your eye which you can't resist going to explorer, no matter how imperative your current quest may be.Read more ›
The side missions and companion quests can give this game over a hundred hours of play time!
For £20 you get the base game, which offers a long playthrough of up to 72 hours of gameplay, and all 6 of the games downloadable contents.
You get the 4 Story DLC's which market for around £15 each (that's £60 overall) and 2 Extra add ons that give you access to the Pre Order packs that were included when the game first shipped and an add on that includes hundreds of unique weapons, ammunition types and weapon mods.
This is a fantastic deal, £20 for a game that would be worth around £90 if bought seperately.
In short, it was absolute quality from start to finish.
In slightly more detail, Old World Blues was my favourite of the DLC. It had everything I love about Fallout: humour, new gadgets and some funky new weapons, an engrossing storyline, the potential for at least 2 but more likely around 4 or 5 different outcomes, and a beautiful but desolate terrain to navigate. It was the longest of the four DLC and in my opinion was by far the best.
Dead Money, I forget the name of the second (Lonely Hearts?), and Lonesome Road were all great too, especially LR which was the darkest and most disturbing of all and a fitting end to the game.
I can't stress enough how much I love this game, both NV and F:3 were incredible and I will be eagerly awaiting Fallout 4 whenever it is released. In between starting and finishing this game properly, Skyrim came out. I love that too but it's just not as good at putting you into the story and forcing you to make choices as the Fallout series. Fallout wins hands down.
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If you haven't played the dlc then a cost effective way to do so.Published 10 months ago by Perfectionist or not?
What a game, good value for money, brought again in 2016 after also owning it when it was first released, still plays amazingly, great gameplay never dies.Published 12 months ago by L. Burrows
This is one of the best games out there and a must-buy for any 360 owner. I bought this last month and haven't stopped playing since.Published 12 months ago by SJ NM
Great game. If you like the first two fallout games, you'll love this. It's the same engine as three, but a very different story and for me, a lot more charming. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lilithlify
Best game I've ever played, and miles ahead of the next best.
Takes place in a gigantic, immersive world that looks great and keeps on surprising you no matter how much... Read more
I was a major fan of fallout 3 and have loved Bethesda since oblivion. BUT, I have purchased and played new vegas for a good 18 hours overall. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer