All Movie Categories
3D Movies Action Movies Animated Movies
Anime Blu-ray Bestsellers Blu-ray Blowout Sale
Brand New Blu-rays on Sale Christmas for KIDS Christmas Titles
Classic Movies Classic TV Comedies
Criterion Collection DVDs Criterion Collection Blu-ray Disney Movies
Documentaries Drama Movies Faith & Spirituality Movies
Faith Based for Kids Family Movies Featured USED Blu-rays on Sale
Film Noir Fitness Titles Foreign Films
Gift Cards Gift Sets Halloween Movie Sale
Horror & Suspense Flicks Hottest Video Game Rentals Inspirational Movie Sale
Kids and Family New Releases Kids 2-6 Years Movies KIDS FIRST! DVDs
March Man-ness Blu-rays March Man-ness DVDs Marcos Shirts
Martial Arts Movies MGM Classics Musicals on DVD
New Release Blu-ray NEW RELEASE DVDs New Releases
Rentals Now Available Oscar® Winners Blu-ray Oscar® Winners DVD
Rare Action Titles Rare Classics Rare Comedy Titles
Rare Titles Rare TV Series Romantic Movies & More
Sci-Fi DVDs Sports DVDs Stand-Up Comedies
Thrills and Chills on Blu-ray 10 DVDs Under $10 Top 100 DVDs
Top 100 TV on DVD Top DVD & Blu-ray Rentals TV Series - Complete Sets
Today's TV Series Ultraviolet & Digital Copies Urban Movies
Video Games Under $20 War Movies Westerns
  Wolfe Titles  
Video Games
Game Accessories
Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo DS
PC
PC Games
PC/Mac Hybrid
Playstation 2
Playstation 3
PlayStation 4
PlayStation Portable
PlayStation Vita
Wii
Wii U
Xbox 360
Xbox One
FamilyVideo.com
The Perfect Gift  Smartchoice Alerts
Family Video Home |  My Account |  Store Locator |  Gift Cards |  Help  
Log In
Home New Releases Video Games Used DVDs and Games Top 100 DVDs Top 100 TV Top 100 Blu-ray Browse DVDs
Wish List My Cart Cart 0 Items
 
Go!
  
View our current E-mail promotion >>  

Buy Fallout: New Vegas -- Ultimate Edition : PlayStation 3

Bestsellers
DVD | Used | Games | Blu-ray

USED:

1 - LEGO Movie Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$35.99 $6.99
 
2 - Noah Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$37.99 $6.99
 
3 - 300: Rise of an Empire Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$35.99 $6.99
 
4 - Rio 2 Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$39.99 $6.99
 
5 - Captain America: The Winter Soldier DVD (USED)
$29.99 $6.49
 
6 - Lone Survivor Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$34.98 $6.99
 
7 - Gravity Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$35.99 $6.99
 
8 - Wolf of Wall Street Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$37.99 $6.99
 
9 - Hunger Games: Catching Fire Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$39.99 $6.99
 
10 - RoboCop Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$39.99 $6.99
 
11 - Divergent DVD (USED)
$29.95 $4.99
 
12 - Non-Stop (Nonstop) Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$34.98 $6.99
 
13 - American Hustle Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$40.99 $6.99
 
14 - Transcendence Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$35.99 $6.99
 
15 - Amazing Spider-Man 2 Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$40.99 $6.99
 
16 - Ender's Game Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$39.99 $6.99
 
17 - Elysium Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$40.99 $6.99
 
18 - Heaven Is for Real DVD (USED)
$30.99 $4.99
 
19 - Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$37.99 $6.99
 
20 - Wolverine Blu-ray Disc (USED)
$39.99 $6.99
 



Fallout: New Vegas -- Ultimate Edition : PlayStation 3
Rate this product

ESRB Rating:
T
  • Comic Mischief, Language, Suggestive Themes, Viole

Fallout: New Vegas -- Ultimate Edition : PlayStation 3



Our Price: $19.99

In Stock: Usually ships in 1 business day



Add to Wish List  



Platform: Playstation 3

Other Platforms: Xbox 360PC Games

Description |  Screen Shots |  Special Features

Release Date: 2/7/2012
Category: Compilation
UPC: 093155125926


Fallout: New Vegas -- Ultimate Edition : PlayStation 3 Description
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.



Expanded Description
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.

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.A.T.S. targeting system and branching dialogue of Fallout 3 returning unmolested.

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 "Ultimate Edition" includes the full original game, as well as all the expansions "Dead Money," "Honest Hearts," "Old World Blues," and "Lonesome Road," as well as the "Courier's Stash" and "Gun Runner's Arsenal" weapons and armor add-ons. The expansions open up new areas for gamers to explore, including the Sierra Madre Casino, Zion National Park, and the Big MT research crater, and the level cap has been raised from 30 to 50.

Screen Shots Click images to enlarge

No screenshots currently available


Special Features
Game Special Features
  • 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 four expansions and raises the level cap to 50



    Control Elements
    Gamepad/Joystick

    ControlInstruction
    GAMEPLAY CONTROLS: L2 Button = toggle 1st/3rd person; Hold L2 Button = adjust camera; L1 Button = aim/block; Select Button = wait; Start Button = pause; R2 Button = enter v.a.t.s. mode; Hold R2 Button = scan; R1 Button = attack; Triangle Button = jump; Circle Button = open/close pip-boy 3000; Hold Circle Button = activate pip-boy light; Left Analog Stick = move; L3 Button = click down to toggle stealth mode; Right Analog Stick = look/turn; R3 Button = click down to pick up/drop items; V.A.T.S. CONTROLS; R2 Button = enter v.a.t.s. mode; Hold R2 Button = scan; R1 Button = select target; Right Analog Stick = switch between targets; Left Analog Stick = target specific body parts; X Button = accept v.a.t.s. targeting; Circle Button = exit v.a.t.s.; PIP-BOY CONTROLS; Circle Button = enter/exit pip-boy; D-Pad or Left Analog Stick = scroll up/down through lists; move left and right through menus in each section; L1 Button and R1 Button = cycle left/right through the three main sections; Right Analog Stick = pan around maps, scroll right side menus; MENU CONTROLS; X Button = equip, unequip or use the selected item; Square Button = drop the selected item; Triangle Button = repair the selected item; L2 Button = mod the selected weapon; R2 Button = hot key the selected item



  • Fallout: New Vegas -- Ultimate Edition : PlayStation 3



    Portions of this site Copyright 1981-2014 Muze Inc.
    For personal non-commercial use only. All rights reserved
    Copyright © 2014 Family Video
    PriceGrabber User Ratings for FamilyVideo     See Family Video Reviews at Bizrate.com    
    ABOUT SSL CERTIFICATES