Fallout is the best game, ever!

Posted: April 5, 2016 in Uncategorized
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I haven’t turned my game system on  in about 3 months. I haven’t played a game in that time. I use to play video games every day. Most of the time, I would play the game for three-six hours a day. But that is what happens. I will play a game until it gets boring, and instead of switching the game, I will just stop playing video games all together.

When I was playing, though, I found myself addicted to the post apocalypse thriller, Fallout. I was playing Fallout: New Vegas, and may I say I was having such a great time. I was loving the fact that it was open-world and that you literally never knew what was around each door, corner, or rock. It was such an entertaining game to play, and to explore in. I was maxed out in no time. I had every gun that was on the game, over 300 stimpacks, and enough bottle caps to buy every house in America. I accumulated over 80 hours, and completed the whole story, but then came the problem.
When you get to a certain time in the game, you have to have all the DLCs to continue. I found this out when I went to load my previous game, and it said that map content was needed. I didn’t have Xbox Live so I was screwed. I laid my controller on top of my Xbox and walked away. I was so angry that I just wasted all that time, and for what? I couldn’t play anymore. But then the Gods came down and gave me the solution.

There is a thing called Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition. This is the game of the year edition, which contains all the map packs and bonus features. This is what I needed to get my hands on, and fast. I ran to the store, but they didn’t have it. It was an old game, so the only place that would have it would be GameStop. I hate the price that GameStop places on games. I knew that I would be paying a pretty penny to get a game that I already have. But with my character being a “lost cause” if I didn’t get it, I knew it was needed. I went into hell of gaming, GameStop. They greeted me like any devil would, and asked if I needed something. I said no, you cant let them see weakness, and walked to the shelves of overpriced games. I searched through their labels and finally came to the F’s. I didn’t see it, my heart was weak, but then, behind another game, lied the Ultimate Edition. I jumped, literally, and ran up to the counter. They asked me if I wanted a brand new copy of Fallout 3: GOTY and Fallout: New Vegas UE. It would come out to be $25. I was happy to say yes, since I needed the GOTY edition also. They added the tax, and I gave them the money.

I drove home nearly in tears, ready to complete Fallout: NV. When I got home, I plopped in the disc and downloaded the content, and spent hours playing the rest of the game. I still haven’t done much with the DLCs, but soon I will! I love to sit back sometimes and venture through a post-apocalyptic world. I just have to be in the right mood to do so. What do you like about video games? 


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