Fallout: New Vegas

Global Total as of 05th Apr 2014 (units): 2.68m
Platform: PlayStation 3Also on: Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Obsidian Entertainment Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 1.27m 47.4%
+ Europe: 0.94m 34.8%
+ Japan: 0.10m 3.7%
+ Rest of the World: 0.38m 14.0%
= Global 2.68m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Fallout: New Vegas Bethesda SoftworksNorth America19th October 2010Retail
Fallout: New Vegas Bethesda SoftworksEurope22nd October 2010Retail
Fallout: New Vegas Bethesda SoftworksJapan04th November 2010Retail
Fallout: New Vegas - Dead Money Bethesda SoftworksNorth America22nd February 2011PSN DLC
Fallout: New Vegas - Dead Money Bethesda SoftworksEurope23rd February 2011PSN DLC
Fallout: New Vegas - Honest Hearts Bethesda SoftworksNorth America02nd June 2011PSN DLC
Fallout: New Vegas - Honest Hearts Bethesda SoftworksEurope06th June 2011PSN DLC
Fallout: New Vegas - Old World Blues Bethesda SoftworksEurope19th July 2011PSN DLC
Fallout: New Vegas - Old World Blues Bethesda SoftworksNorth America19th July 2011PSN DLC
Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road Bethesda SoftworksNorth America20th September 2011PSN DLC
Fallout: New Vegas - Lonesome Road Bethesda SoftworksEurope20th September 2011Retail
Fallout: New Vegas (Ultimate Edition) Bethesda SoftworksNorth America07th February 2012Retail
Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition Bethesda SoftworksEurope24th February 2012Retail
Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition Bethesda SoftworksJapan22nd March 2012Retail

Game Overview

Fallout: New Vegas is a role-playing game in the perspective of a first person shooter or third person shooter (depending on the perspective you choose).

It is set mainly in a post-apocalyptic Nevada and areas around, although some areas of California and Arizona can also visited whilst venturing around the game.

http://gamewise.co/games/13821/Fallout-New-Vegas

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Comments

Slimebeast (on 28 August 2013)
PearlJam, that's a good comment. I
agree with your analysis. Largely both
games felt quite similar though. I have
a hard time deciding which was best. I
think I enjoyed Fallout 3 a little more
because I'm a huge Elder Scrolls fan.
Heavenly_King (on 06 June 2013)
I enjoyed NV more than Fallout 3.
PearlJam (on 13 March 2012)
Comparing F3 to NV is difficult. F3 is a
better Bethesda-style dungeon
crawler/walking simulator, and I would
say more polished and graphically
better. The game was definitely more
"Epic" than NV. But if you ever
played, read about or even glanced at
the original Fallout games then you know
why NV is a much better "Fallout
game", it's not even close. It is also
a better "RPG" (if you know what I
mean) and has better combat with better
characters, dialogue, moral choices,
crafting, weapons, ammo, basically
everything that makes a good Role
Playing Game. Fallout 3 is half the game
that NV is mechanically speaking. But I
think they're both great games, just
for different crowds.
Aj_habfan (on 08 March 2012)
Such a fun game, ending my first
playthrough at around 60 hours, about to
start 2nd profile on hardcore. As soon
as Ultimate Edition is released I'll get
a third file and redo story and add-ons.
Overall this game is incredibly similar
to Fallout 3, which for me is all I
could ask for - what an amazing series.
withdreday (on 04 March 2012)
For the next fallout, how about lush
green environments or perhaps a snowy
region? The brown wasteland is getting a
bit old.
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