Neoseeker : News : Fallout: New Vegas gets a little weird in Old World Blues trailer
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chautemoc Jul 12, 11
They're really going all out. Looks fantastic.
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Gangsta692 Jul 12, 11
Man.. Why couldn't they just have released the game later. I stopped playing New Vegas because it was just too buggy. And now I totally don't feel like playing through all that shit again. Even though I really want to play these DLC's aswell.. I absolutely loved Fallout 3, and it is still the greatest game I have ever played. I thank you Obsidian Entertainment for ruining my gameplay experience with New Vegas, and for ruining my trust in the fallout series. I'm sure New Vegas is great NOW. But.. too late..
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chautemoc Jul 12, 11
quote Gangsta692
Man.. Why couldn't they just have released the game later.
Gangsta692 Because they need to eat. It's unfortunate. The game was mostly fine for quite a lot of people, though. If you're going to give up on Obsidian, you should give up on a long list of other developers, too. Making games is complex and expensive, not that that should always be a free pass.
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RabidChinaGirl Jul 12, 11
[link name=Gangsta692]http://www.neoseeker.com/members/Gangsta692/" class="mention[/link] No problems for me. You should try again! They've patched like crazy.
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DarshD Jul 12, 11
FallOut is bound to get Kudos for this after the epic FO3 and the New Vegas. I was very disappointed to see how the New Vegas got underrated by the Gamers because of some bugs but the patches and now great DLCs like these will probably make the FO fans forgive and forget.
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Unforgiven Jul 12, 11
quote Gangsta692
I stopped playing New Vegas because it was just too buggy.
The more complex the games are, the more buggy they tend to be. I'm not saying it's ok for a game to be glitchy but you should consider that we're talking about a huge, open-ended RPG.

Obsidian isn't the one at fault; Gamebryo is. Fallout 3 has been more problematic for me than New Vegas btw.

While NV isn't the first or the last buggy game it's one of the few that have been patched so vigorously.
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jdj1976 Jul 13, 11
You sadly have to take the bad whit the good

as a fallout fan I was dying for NV to come out I preordered the special edition

I was one of the lucky ones who didn't get attacked by Meany bugs until I got hit whit the one that deletes everything in the foot locker in the lucky 38

and trust me I was pissed I got so mad I stoped playing but im an rpg fan so I went and bought arcania gothic 4 and loved it

by the time I finished it lots of patches were released for NV and I was able to enjoy it a lot more

so although I was mad whit all the bugs thx to them I got to play another game I might not have and then was still able to have fun whit NV

all in all I guess sometimes preordering games or buying them the first day they come out is a bad idea

not only do you deal whit all the bugs but company's rely on big sales on the day of release if we wait a couple of days we show them that they need to make sure to release games whit better quality control or they will have bad release day sales
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chautemoc Jul 13, 11
Buying PC games at launch is often a bad idea. There are a few developers that pretty much always launch in good shape, though.

Arcania is terrible.
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Gangsta692 Jul 13, 11
Well, I bought Fallout 3 and it was awesome. Then New Vegas comes out. Basically same engine just different story.. Was I supposed to expect that Obsidian would leave a lot of bugs? but yaya.. I might give it another try. Even though I get tried from thinking about all the struggles and little stupid things you've got to do again.
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chautemoc Jul 13, 11
Gangsta692 Obsidian have a history of making buggy games, though I think a lot of that may be due to being on limited budgets. Their most recent is Dungeon Siege; it's on a new engine they made and for me at least was pretty much bug free.
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Gangsta692 Jul 14, 11
Alright. I'm going to download the last few hundreds of MB's for New Vegas in Steam and start over now.
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Gangsta692 Jul 18, 11
I'm not sure anybody sees this, but I just wanted to say it. I downloaded the last patches in Steam, played the game and ran in to bug after bug. First off, some creatures get stuck in the ground. Then the guy at Bison Steve shows up as enemy on VATS so I kill him. Turns out I need him, so I have to load last save and then rescue him(now he isn't showing up as enemy). Fine. Then I find myself in a battle with 3-4 legions, nothin bad. I back up on a hill, as I shoot them and now I'm stuck halfway through this tiny hill. I get em killed but I have to use Noclip(luckily a friend on Steam was playing it too, I didn't know I had to learn stuff like that to play New Vegas). Ok. I continue. I find the raided caravan near Nuclear testing site. It's abandoned, so I go in - find some good things, go out - and there 6 enemies have spawned. I can't fight them I'm only almost lvl 8. I run while shooting and run into 4 legions. Earlier I had trouble killing everything not a boatfly or those tiny green things. I put everything to easy(never done that before, not in Fallout3 or when I played this game for the first time) and I still couldn't kill anything. I put it to very easy and finally kill this gecko. Put it back up easy again at one point though.

But yea, I've had enough of this crappy piece of shit game, I had no fun at all playing. In the end I knew everywhere I went I would run in to bugs, glitches and creatures/people I couldn't kill. soo.. yea. Regret I bought it and a big guide book for it.
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Gangsta692 Jul 18, 11
-2 thumbs? hahaha that doesn't even make any sense
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DarshD Jul 19, 11
quote Gangsta692
-2 thumbs? hahaha that doesn't even make any sense
Well, it makes. You see, in this way, we get to know that people are actually noticing and reading our comment ..But pretty rude, I admit
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