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Jan 04,  · Miss out on the New Vegas Collector’s Edition and all of its cute goodies? Now you can collect the fancy playing cards from that Edition In-Game! All 54 cards have been scattered across the Mojave in locations befitting their subject matter; if you want . Oct 19,  · The Collector’s Edition of Fallout New Vegas comes in a large box and includes the following: A set of “Lucky 7” Poker Chips each from a different casino in New Vegas. A Fallout: New Vegas Deck of cards. A Lucky 38 Platinum Chip. The hard cover Graphic Novel “All Roads” written by Chris Avellone in conjunction with Dark Horse Comics. The vault playing cards are a set of Fallout: New Vegas-themed cards, featuring characters from the game. The back of each card includes a logo of a location, a randomization of Vault 21, Ultra-Luxe, Silver Rush, The Tops, Atomic Wrangler Casino, Lucky 38, Gomorrah and the Bison Steve. Each also includes a character’s image, name and quote, with suits signifying region or faction affiliation.

 

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The “Collector’s Edition” plays on the game’s location by including “Lucky 7” poker chips that represent seven different casinos, a re-creation of the game’s rare “Lucky 38” platinum poker chip, a full deck of playing cards that depict characters and factions from Fallout: New Vegas, a hardcover graphic novel written by the game’s creative director Chris Avellone, and a “making of” documentary DVD. Collector’s Edition playing card characters. This category features all of the Fallout: New Vegas characters that appear on a card in the Collector’s Edition deck. These are the Playing Cards from the FALLOUT New Vegas Collector’s Edition set. This distressed look of the Fallout New Vegas items are just the motif they have chosen for all the FALLOUT New Vegas items. The deck contains 55 Cards; 52 playing cards, 2 Jokers and one Caravan rule card. It is printed to resemble a standard Caravan deck with cards representing 7 of the games casinos/5(22).
 
 
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See details for additional description. I already had the game before I bought the Collector’s Edition. I just love the artwork and mainly wanted the “making of” disk, the deck of cards, and the comic book. The chips will make for good decoration too. I’m very happy with all of these! Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. So yea, it is more of the same as fallout 3; however, if Fallout 3 with ravioli it would be Chef Boyardee and if Fallout: New Vegas were ravioli it would be home made.

But New Vegas, you have to strategize your character development and build a specific character and work on those skills. WOW does that make the game interesting. And hardcore mode As for the rest of the c ollectors edition, the DVD was very cool, the art book looks amazing and fun the thumbs through, I have not read mine yet. The cards as really cool, I’d use them to play power if I wasn’t worried about dumb friends dog earing the corners or something.

And the chips, well the poker chips just sit there, but I use the platinum chip to flip and decide outcomes of events; just like two-face. I would advise getting the collectors edition, if you are a fan, not if you are new to the series or just kinda play it. And that’s my two cents.

For collectors, hence the name. Read full review. Awesome game, just as expected. Wide open map, tons of options. Improved features over Fallout 3 -Putting on certian styles of clothing makes you blend in with those people -Hardcore mode makes you really earn your keep -Slower weapon damage at least in easier modes -More intresting challenges I like the way the karma is set up more.

It is no set up as a one way or the other, your karma can be different with different groups of people. The game freezes frequently, corupts save files, etc. A patch should be on its way Too many fights at times – gone are the times of walking through the wasteland for miles and miles and seeing nothing. Now you will be attacked consta ntly. More often then not it will be my multiple beasts at the same time.

This is fine when the beast is a radroach, or even a radscorpion, but try taking on deathclaws at once, and they are damn hard to kill now. Overall, if you have liked the Fallout Series, you will not be dissapointed. The collector edition is great. The poker chips and deck of cards are cool, the graphic novel is awesome and the making of DVD was fun.

Highly recommended and as soon as the patch comes out, it will be 10 out of 10!! It is nothing against who i bought it from on ebay. Remember all those bugs long load times and bugs and missing story lines etc? Yea theyre all back. After data installs and a buying a new slim just to play this. Same with bugs that at times border insane on how they were over looked.

The PCs arms randomly jump up and sometimes A shoots instead of using a door. My head has been crippled numerous time cause of this bug while i was holding a grenade launcher.

So Bugs abound with no fixes even with DLC long as hell load times are common and bugs that will kill you or let a NPC shoot you from below the ground and if you do manage to kill him looting his coprse is impossible as it falls into oblivion no not the elder scrolls game the vast unending area of space below the ground where you will never get the key they had that was the only way to finish a mission.

In the words of Duke Nukem: You guys suck. Fallout New Vegas is one of the best games ever made. It is a great follow-up to Fallout 3, which was also one of the best games ever made. Skip to main content. About this product. Make an offer:. Stock photo. Brand new: Lowest price The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Condition is “Brand New” unopened and never removed from shrink wrap. See all 3 brand new listings.

Buy It Now. Add to cart. About this product Product Information Gamers return to the post-apocalyptic frontier for more hardscrabble living and darkly comic violence in Fallout: New Vegas. Developed by Obsidian Entertainment known primarily for its competent stewardship of BioWare’s Neverwinter Nights and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic franchises , Fallout: New Vegas draws inspiration from all of its forebears, offering a Western setting and factions reminiscent of Fallout and Fallout 2, while retaining the gameplay mechanics and graphics of Fallout 3.

And while ostensibly a sequel to Bethesda’s epic action RPG that found gamers exploring the wastelands on a hunt for their altruistic father, Fallout: New Vegas chooses to spin a classic tale of revenge befitting the “sinful” nature of the town that is its locus.

Players begin their New Vegas saga as a simple courier who is inexplicably shot in the head and unceremoniously left to die in a shallow Mojave grave.

Thanks to the intervention of strange robot and a friendly doctor, gamers survive this apparent death sentence with nothing more than amnesia and an intense desire for exploration and retribution.

This new outlook on life forces players into a dangerous open world, where giant radioactive creatures roam the countryside, and raiders, slavers, supermutants, and ghouls vie for control of territory and resources. Combat and conversation remain the primary means of advancing the storyline, with mercenary missions and random battles providing for character advancement, and the V. Obsidian has added a number of its own flourishes, led by a new reputation system that builds on the franchise’s established Karma mechanic, continually updating gamers’ standing among the wasteland’s various settlers and warring factions.

Companions also take a larger role, as players can now form a party, pass off weapons and items to friendly characters, and instruct their squad mates whether to be passive or aggressive in combat situations. Gamers also have more battle options thanks to new weapons, modifications, and special attacks; and the Nevada Wastes landscape is just as treacherous as the similarly sized Capital Wasteland thanks to militant factions and ferocious new beasts.

Fallout: New Vegas also includes a “Hardcore” mode that operates outside of standard difficulty levels, and is designed to ratchet up the realism by giving ammunition weight, requiring players to remain hydrated, and making wounds heal gradually rather than instantly. The “Collector’s Edition” plays on the game’s location by including “Lucky 7” poker chips that represent seven different casinos, a re-creation of the game’s rare “Lucky 38” platinum poker chip, a full deck of playing cards that depict characters and factions from Fallout: New Vegas, a hardcover graphic novel written by the game’s creative director Chris Avellone, and a “making of” documentary DVD.

Additional Product Features Number of Players. Explore a vast landscape filled with dangerous mutants, militant factions, and radioactive beasts New weapons and modifications offer twice as many ways to kill enemies Form parties and issue more detailed commands to companions Earn a reputation based on interactions with various groups Includes collectible poker chips, a deck of cards, a hardcover book, and a documentary DVD.

Show More Show Less. Any Condition Any Condition. See all 5 – All listings for this product. Ratings and Reviews Write a review. Most relevant reviews See all 16 reviews. Interesting game and characters, wonderful artwork I already had the game before I bought the Collector’s Edition. Really good quality. For Collectors and Fans. Could have been great instead its a dime store Common It is nothing against who i bought it from on ebay. Fallout New Vegas is a must have game, no exceptions.

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