Fallout New Vegas: Seeking Lore

I’ve kind of run out of interest in Fallout 3; it’s been fun and has filled in a lot of the history of the game for me. The reason I lost interest is more related to the old tech; lets face it, a lot of graphics and gameplay technology has advance since FO3 was first released. Also, I got very weary of the dismal, colorless landscapes; yeah, FO4 is pretty dismal also but not as dismal. So, yeah, Fallout 3 is still playable and I enjoyed my excursion, but I prolly won’t be returning.

I’ve also been poking around Fallout 76, getting back in the groove a bit, but I’m not ready to return. And this led me to open up Fallout New Vegas, not just because it’s there, but because I’m interested in the Fallout history and lore. I’ve heard some players contend that FONV is the best game Bethesda ever made; so, I was more than curious. You see, I’d fiddled around in FONV in the past and it was interesting but I didn’t see anything that really inspired me.

I started play FONV last week and have advanced through the Goodsprings quests, including taking on the Powder Gang. I’ve also been over to Primm and other nearby places and outposts.

I’ve read about a Fallout: New Vegas 2 in the que for release later this year, so I plan to play current FONV for a while then hang it up and wait for FONV2. Regardless, I’m enjoying the game as it is so far.

Here’s a pic I managed to snap of myself in Goodsprings. I’m not sure how I got the frontal view because I tried several shots that didn’t work. So this may be the one and only pic I’ll have from FONV.

Yordie Sands is a blogger, writer and gamer.
Yordie at the Prospector Saloon in Goodsprings.

About Yordie

I'm a blogger and photographer on WordPress. I'm also author of the sci-fi novel The Temporal Expeditions. I'm an avatar in Second Life and a gamer in Fallout series, Skyrim, and other games.
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1 Response to Fallout New Vegas: Seeking Lore

  1. Big Mouse says:

    Thanks for sharingg this


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