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What makes Fallout: New Vegas a worthy game to buy amongst other RPGs like Drago

  1. KParsons305 profile image60
    KParsons305posted 7 years ago

    What makes Fallout: New Vegas a worthy game to buy amongst other RPGs like Dragon Age 2?

  2. Phasmatis profile image85
    Phasmatisposted 7 years ago

    First thank you for asking me this, I love answering game related questions.

    Alright so Fallout New Vegas (FNV for now on) is an open world game with plenty to do. I would argue that it has more content than Fallout 3 and was done pretty well though fallout 3 did do some things better. The game is not without its faults, it offers a wide expanse called the Mojave wasteland, for you to explore like Fallout 3 and Elder scrolls before it.

    Dragon Age 2 while being an exceptional game kind of lacks a solid goal as Yahtzee said in his review of the game. Found  here: … gon-Age-II

    Both games though are good so what makes Fallout more worthy of you hard earned dollars? Well it really in my opinion comes down to which mood you are in. If you want an open world action rpg set in a post apocalypse world with lasers, plasma weapons, interesting characters and some insight on human nature, then Fallout is your game. If you are interested in a Fantasy game with dragons, action, and romance then I would recommend Dragon Age 2.

    If you haven’t already gotten Fallout 3 Game of the Year Edition you could probably find that cheap online and it does come with all the expansions from the game where as FNV is still releasing its expansions. If you do get New Vegas I recommend picking up a strat guide to find all the good stuff.

    Though a game you should check out is Rage coming out in September. That game is shaping up to look sweet.

  3. Dallas Matier profile image84
    Dallas Matierposted 6 years ago

    A simple answer, really. Of all the recent RPGs that I've played, New Vegas does the best job of making the player feel like their decisions are important, and that they're able to influence the game world - either positively or negatively, depending on the type of character you're playing.

  4. The Taco Tagger profile image60
    The Taco Taggerposted 6 years ago

    In my opinion I think Fallout is the better game over Dragon Age 2. Dragon Age was lazy and monotonous. You revist locations time after time and each dungeon is the exact same layout over and over. The whole game is nothing but quests that occur all in the same locations again and again. The game has no clear focus on what it wants you to do until the very end of the game and you get shoe horned into following linear levels that become increasingly irritating as the game goes on. There is no exploration at all in DA2. Go with Fallout.