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Fallout: New Vegas – Digging "iteslf" a desert grave

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Fallout: New Vegas – Digging "iteslf" a desert grave

Preview - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Tue 22 June 2010, 00:40:58

Tags: Fallout: New Vegas; Obsidian Entertainment

A guy going by the name Curtis Takaichi, proud owner of an IQ of approximately 2.75 potatoe units and capable of turning any woman into a feeble sheep, can has gaeming journalisms.

After I killed the guy, my character was permanently banned from the hotel and I was forced to restart the demonstration because I broke it.  Someone whispering in my area that I need to be nice to the lobbyist, so that I can see all the casino games and witness how luck plays a larger role would have piqued my interest.  Instead, I felt like a wandering child walking into the middle of the street.

To no surprise, I broke the demo a few more times, and eventually I just gave up to go play Brink.  With no direction and a limited time to play, it’s impossible to get the full spectrum of New Vegas.  In all honesty, this is a game that would have greatly benefited from a hands-off demonstration – showcasing all the new and improved characteristics.

thx BN!

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