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Fallout: New Vegas Collector's Edition -Xbox 360
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- Lucky 7 poker chips. Each of the seven poker chips was designed to represent chips from the major casinos found on the New Vegas strip and throughout the Mojave Wasteland.
- A fully customized Fallout: New Vegas deck of cards. Each card in the pack has been uniquely illustrated to depict characters and factions found within the game.
- A recreation of the game's highly coveted "Lucky 38" platinum chip.
- A hardcover graphic novel "All Roads", that tells the story of some of the characters and events that lead up to Fallout: New Vegas. "All Roads" was written by Chris Avellone and created in conjunction with Dark Horse Comics.
- The Making of Fallout: New Vegas' DVD. This documentary DVD will contain exclusive video content, including interviews with the developers in which they take you from concept to creation.
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Collector
Top Customer Reviews
Put simply, there is nothing in this game that is WORSE off than it was in Fallout 3. People who jumped on board after Fallout 3 will enjoy this game and get the opportunity to see what the real fallouts were about; but there are also neat little inclusions from 3: two examples being Ed-E, an eyebot who came from Adams Airforce Base and the skillbook for the new skill survival, which is conveniently called the "wasteland survival guide". Old school fans who were a disappointed in the direction Bethesda took the franchise, you will feel back at home here, most importantly to me: MARCUS IS BACK BABY!!! I will go as far as calling this the REAL Fallout 3. Side note: calling this an expansion is flat out idiodic.Read more ›
The story really doesn't have much to spoil but I'll spare most of the details. You play as "The Courier," a delivery boy who winds up shot in the head with no idea how or why. After a short tutorial (skippable thank goodness) and a few errands you're sent on your way. Your inevitable destination: The near-wholly preserved New Vegas, run by the enigmatic Mr. House. Along the way you hear about and/or meet members of the two other main factions, Caesars Legion and the NCR (New California Republic), one of which you'll eventually wind up siding with. Or will you?... Although the story this time around isn't a "fate of the world" scenario as it was in Fallout 3, it still will have you thirsting for more as you play.
Gameplay-wise it's pretty much the same old fallout, with a couple additions to the formula. Speech checks are now skill-checks, in that speech is not the only skill you'll need to pass some parts of a conversation. This is the developers way of trying to make players even out skills more, although there are some that will be needed less and may get overlooked. A new addition to the game this time is Reputation, which is like your Karmic standing with individual factions (of which there are a dozen or so, including the three major ones). Do something to help a faction and you gain reputation, possibly losing some with another faction. Also added to the field is the much talked about Hardcore mode, which despite it's name is NOT a "harder than hard" mode, as it can be played on easy, normal or hard.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Opening day I bought this. Played all the way through it, which took a year and a half. I am slow at games. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SJCLane
It's more Fallout III, set in the Vegas area. I should probably finish it someday :)Published 4 months ago by Craig A. Carter
I have wanted this for so long my collection now is almost completePublished 7 months ago by wayne paul
Came as ps3 version, not 360, i owned a ps3 at the time so i kept it, but a poor mistake.Published 7 months ago by garrett
So I bought this used without the game. Since I already owned the game I wasn't interested in owning a second copy anyway. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Koozie
A great game in the series. Fells more like an expansion on to Fallout 3, but still plays amazing and has a great story.Published 12 months ago by Mich M.
Games awsome love all the fallouts, only reason why i gave three stars is because it feels rushed. Faction balance is a sweet feature but can get a
little annoying. Read more