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General Video Game Discussion Thread; Speedrunning into walls since 2014
Topic Started: Nov 25 2013, 08:04 PM (14,752 Views)
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Nov 25 2013, 10:33 PM
I think the quality of the game in regard to New Vegas declines steeply when you actually get to NV, personally.
Personally, I feel the opposite. To me, the story didn't really become interesting or engaging until the New Vegas portion. The towns on the way to the city didn't really interest me, and the slog through the meandering path on the way to Freeside is what really decreases the replay value in my opinion. Sure, I'd like to be able to try out every possible faction and stat/weapon combinations, but it just isn't worth having to spend a couple hours completing the sidequests on the way to the main story. It would feel like cheating to skip them, but at the same time, I can't bring myself to push through them for the fourth, even though I still haven't played through the House ending.
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