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Fallout: New Vegas’ final progress report

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Fallout: New Vegas

After three weeks, Fallout: New Vegas has sold more than 5 million copies and grossed more than $300 million. I can’t imagine the actual apocalypse will be this popular. I’ve been playing F:NV since Day One, and I’ve spent hours wandering the Mojave, killing Cazadors, Legion Mongrel and Radscorpions. After three weeks of gaming, I’ve finally made it to the Strip. Trouble is, the whole thing is walled off. I can’t figure out how to get inside any of the casinos. Steve Wynn would never stand for this!

So for now, I’m spending my virtual days in North Las Vegas. It’s the only city in F:NV with constant background screaming. But I’ll take that over Giant Radscorpions any day of the post-apocalypse.

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