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August 23rd, 2013, 18:57
Originally Posted by Fluent View Post
F:NV . . . felt like it didn't have as many points of interest like Fallout 3 had. . . . I felt like I had seen everything there was to see in that amount of time. . . . it just seemed like there wasn't much to do or see in New Vegas. FO:3 had way more to see I think. I could be factually wrong but that's just how the 2 games seemed to me when I was playing them.

My thoughts exactly. FO:NV open ares felt cramped and Vegas itself was sort of a mish-mash to navigate. I felt constant pressure to walk a neutral tightrope and not get funneled into one particular faction prematurely. FO3 seemed to have way more area to explore and stuff to find. Loved the unexpected vignettes of story I'd find hidden away. Some were very sad. Imagination is much more powerful than having everything spelled out for you. The subway/metro system was a creep-fest for me to explore. Loved it.
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