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Fallout: New Vegas – A Wishlist

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Fallout: New Vegas – A Wishlist

Editorial - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Wed 14 April 2010, 10:36:22

Tags: Fallout: New Vegas; Obsidian Entertainment

Koku Gamer compiles a wishlist of what they want to see in F:NV.

Returning Characters from Past Games.

It’s always a treat for the fans when they get the chance to see a familiar face. It’s an even bigger treat in Fallout when it’s both a familiar face, and one who isn’t looking to take your head off and devour it. Due to the locale shifting coasts again for New Vegas, one would hope to see a classic character like Sheriff Marcus (voiced in Fallout 2 by Micheal Dorn), or even Goris. Though most players are probably expecting the return of the big bad known as the Enclave, and the New California Republic, one would hope that it wouldn’t simply be old organizations returning, but also some folks with a gun that’s aimed at someone else’s head aside from your own. The unfortunate thing is that series mainstay Harold more than likely won’t be in this next installment, due to him being very much rooted in the Capitol Wasteland, so to speak.



Is there a chance at returning characters? Perhaps, but what about...

A Bug-Free experience

Now, I know for a fact that Fallout 3 was by no means the most bug ridden game on the market. One could argue that Modern Warfare 2 or Gears of War 2 may take the cake on that currently, but in a game series like this one, where the player will be investing hours upon hours of time into playing, the console locking up in a random session of using VATS can be maddening. Not to mention that if one looks up a list of this game’s bugs and glitches, the page count may rival one of H.P. Lovecraft’s longer stories. Truthfully, Obsidian could outright ignore any of these little suggestions, but if they ignore this one, gamers may want to open a savings account for the point when consoles, keyboards, mice, controllers, or even televisions and monitors are shattered because the game locked up in the midst of fighting off Super Mutants.



Bug-Free experience? r00flecopter! Sorry but we're talking about Obsidian here guys,... Obsidian will deliver the same bug-free experience as always - of that I am certain.
Spotted at: GB

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