Showing posts with label Fallout: New Vegas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fallout: New Vegas. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

PlayStation Now Adds For Honor and 50 More Games

Ubisoft's medieval fighting game For Honor and 50 more PS4 games are added to Sony's game-streaming service PlayStation Now library.

We are going through a series of holiday season on this time of the year and Santa Claus will be arriving at the end of the month. Before he does, the PlayStation Now library is unleashing 50 more PlayStation 4 games and some amazing discount deals for the subscribers.

This month, medieval action fighting game For Honor from developer/publisher Ubisoft is added to the PS Now catalogue along with many other fan-favorite games and making the overall collection number more than 700 for streaming PS2, PS3 and PS4 games.

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PlayStation Now Adds For Honor and 50 More Games

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For Honor is Ubisoft's epic combat game that takes place in a post-apocalypse fantasy setting where players picks a fighter from different factions and they have several classes based on their weapons, skills and fighting styles.

Choose and customize your heroes to enter a solo or a co-op story campaign or just simply brawl your enemy into PvP mode. Multiplayer modes are there to challenge your skill set in battle and you don't even need a PS Plus membership to play online.

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The path of a warrior is not an easy one and therefore we urge you to take a brief look at the challenge the game holds for you.




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Open-world Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, 2D platformer Dandara, JRPG title Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force, classic Super Star Wars and many other games have joined the fray of a huge lineup that took place this month.

In November, the most popular PlayStation Now games were Fallout: New Vegas, Mafia III, NBA 2K16, Payday 2 Crimewave Edition, Red Dead Redemption, Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution, Sniper Elite 4, Steep, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited and WWE 2K16.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in November 2018

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Starting from today, PlayStation Now is bringing three of their subscription offers that will last until January 8, 8 AM PT. You can start your first month with PS Now for only $9.99 but this offer is only applicable to new subscribers.

You can also sign up for a 3-month offer that will cost you only $29.99 and considering the regular price, you will be saving $15 on the deal. Of course you can save $20 if you just take the 12 months subscription offer for only $79.99 or just head to the 7-day free trial for now.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Player Beats Fallout: New Vegas on Max Difficulty, Non-Lethal Run

Hop in for a ride to Fallout: New Vegas as a fan beats the game in the most hardcore way you can think of!

A spin-off title of post-apocalyptic Fallout series, Fallout: New Vegas has a huge following even today who was anticipating for a sequel this year when Bethesda Softworks was actually teasing for their upcoming action role-playing game Fallout 76. Almost eight years have passed after it was launched and players are not yet tired making complete gameplay run of the game. However, we are here to talk about a fan that beats the game in the most unimaginable way possible.

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Fallout: New Vegas on Max Difficulty, Non-Lethal Run

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YouTuber Rheteam took a challenge for himself of beating the game on highest difficulty for non-lethal run, where he won't kill anyone or not take some serious damage to himself. He enabled permadeath and decided to do it without firing a gun but with a pair of boxing gloves to knock their socks off if encountered. Also, he did not take any companion for this personal quest, which took him to a series of episodic videos length over an hour each, finally completed.

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Below is the final episode from Rheteam, where he finishes up all the sidequests on his self-imposed standard.




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Switching to boxing gloves instead of weapons was only to save his skin in cases of hostile confrontations. His S.P.E.C.I.A.L. system attributes were cleverly distributed as 10 Strength, 1 Perception, 10 Endurance, 1 Charisma, 10 Intelligence, 7 Agility and 1 Luck. Putting more emphasis on his agility, endurance and strength was carefully planned to boost his gloves during combat. In 13:24 of the clip, he thought he accidentally killed a Fiend while taking his weapon off.

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One other interesting aspect of this gameplay is that no NPCs were killed by him either. Well, he didn't do it himself but rather lured them into an area where his friendly NPCs will take care of the situation. One of the trickiest sidequests were Three-Card Bounty outside Camp McCarran, where three characters; Cook-Cook, Violet and Driver Nephi had to die in order to complete it and the player simply positioned them precisely against each other so that they all were victims of friendly fire.

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Rheteam presumably used a mod to enable both hardcore mode and permadeath before beginning this journey. Since Fallout: New Vegas was designed to be flexible enough to make it possible for anyone interested to avoid killing, Rheteam just amped up the bar up a node to test his skills. Feast your eyes with a masterful gameplay run of the game if you are a fan of the game try to come up with some more difficult way to make another amazing wasteland trek.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Fallout: New Vegas Mod Negan and Lucille Out Now

Negan from The Walking Dead arrives on the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Fallout: New Vegas in a new mod.

Despite being a spin-off and not belonging to the mainline Fallout series of post-apocalyptic action role-playing games, Fallout: New Vegas from Obsidian Entertainment is still popular when the world is eagerly waiting to enter Vault 76 in upcoming prequel, Fallout 76.

One of the reasons for the charm behind this nearly a decade-old title is that talented game designers and independent programmers are constantly creating new modifications and a recent fan-made mod introduces Negan from The Walking Dead.

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Fallout: New Vegas Mod Negan and Lucille Out Now

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Players can now step into the boots of the lunatic Negan, who is a survivor of apocalypse and leader of the Saviors from the horror drama television series. He is weirdly obsessed with his barb wire wrapped baseball bat and loves to bash things and stuff with it.

In this newly introduced mod, you can explore the Mojave Wasteland playing as Negan while swinging his legendary bat "Lucille" against the Ghouls, Mutants and any other hostile raiders that wander around to smash their head to a bloody pulp.

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We found a demonstration of how Negan will play out in the post-apocalyptic wasteland on the YouTube channel of WackyW3irdo, which we urge you to check out.




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Though the graphics didn't do any justice to Negan in terms of the likeness to actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan or his voice, it surely brings out his brutal and ferocious nature. He gets real gory with his favorite weapon when bashing down the skulls of anyone he faces.

Another fun nod to the show is that the skin of the radiation ravaged Ghouls are changed to look more like the walkers from the show. Some of the escaped convicts from California Republic prison took it too hard and their brain got splashed all over.

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Even in 2018, Fallout: New Vegas is heavily proffered to some group of fans than Fallout 4 probably because the game steeped in the way of the first two games, which eventually changed from Fallout 3 to introduce a more complex gameplay.

It really is a shame that Bethesda won't allow developer Obsidian Entertainment to work on a sequel or a game on similar background by holding a tight grip on the franchise till date. Until they do, fans are to stay content with modding renowned licensed properties.