Saturday, October 22, 2011

Listening to the Music - As I Shoot Stuff - In Fallout: New Vegas

I don't post much about computer games, even the RPG ones.  Very few can come close to reproducing an immersive environment that table-top roleplaying does.  For what it's worth, I think the Fallout series does a pretty good job at it.

New Vegas allows you to have radio stations playing in the background which adds some amazing depth to the game play (and even has my fiancee singing along at points).  Not bad at all.

I do wish more games would be like the Neverwinter series, allowing for a party to run through the quests and story line without all of the MMORPG crap (I enjoy MMORPGs a lot, but they aren't role playing experiences, they are level grinders).  New Vegas would rock with a 4 person party!

Ah well, time for me to kill some shite near New Vegas.


  1. I always recommend Final Fantasy XIi as the closest to an old school sandbox that I've played on a console. There is a plot, but the sandbox elements are so strong that it fades into a background somewhat. It's a great game.

  2. It looks like your blogger template is mess this morning, too. Does anyone know what's going on?


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