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Ruling the Desert in Fallout: New Vegas

With the arrival of Fallout 4 in late 2015, I figured it was high time I get myself a piece of all that post-apocalyptic action that had been capturing everyone’s attention. 955 more words

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As far as cleaning out my backlog goes, I can honestly say that completing Fallout: New Vegas was a personal triumph. Not only was the game brilliant and amazing, but it helped rebuild my interest in the Fallout franchise, generally. (After my initial misfired with Fallout 4, I really wasn't sure if the games were for me.) In this post for United We Game, I put my New Vegas thoughts down on "paper," with minimal gushing.

Why I can't play Fallout 4 anymore.

This article is written with the knowledge that mods fix most of the problems I’m about to discuss. (It’s also written with about 600 hours of game time.)  These are my personal pet peeves as well as a few glaring issues so don’t expect it to be written unobjectively and unbiased. 653 more words

Be Honest, Fallout 4 Didn't Suck

One of the things that Fallout fans love to do is rip on Fallout 4. Sure, it’s not the best installment of the franchise, but it definitely knocks it out of the park with overall gameplay, graphics and… 434 more words

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Opinion: New Vegas 2 Isn’t Happening. Ain’t that a Kick in the Head?

As much as we’d love to journey back into the Mojave Wasteland, that reality seems to be nothing but a farce.

The rumor, originally reported by… 538 more words

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Ruling the Desert in Fallout: New Vegas

With the arrival of Fallout 4 in late 2015, I figured it was high time I get myself a piece of all that post-apocalyptic action that had been capturing everyone’s attention. 955 more words

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Game of the Week - 02/01/2016

First game of the week for the new year. A new year is a great time for new games and experimentation. It’s a time for new horizons, especially one essay deadline down, though there is still one to go in the upcoming week. 469 more words

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