Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews

Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews

What better way to make the wait for Fallout 4 news more torturous than to look back on some of what made the older games so excellent?

Fallout is a series full of difficult choices, yes. But it's also a series where you can horde a billion tiny T-Rex toys in your casino suite, if you'd like. Steam reviews are known for being silly and funny, but I do think they can capture some of the wackiness that defines the Fallout series too.

Here's some of what what people have had to say about Fallout: New Vegas on Steam over the years:

Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews
Fallout: New Vegas, As Told By Steam Reviews

You can check out more Fallout: New Vegas Steam reviews here.


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    I found Deathclaws to be less annoying in New Vegas then 3.

      Did you ever play the first two games? They were some seriously tough Deathclaws. Made those in Fallout 3 feel like trimming daisies.

    Despite all these being jokes, it just makes me want to re-install New Vegas!

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