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HightowersWorld avatar 8:40 PM on 01.05.2013
One thing I should have done with Fallout New Vegas

Fallout: New Vegas is my favorite RPG ever. You can call me a fool since it's not the most complex RPG around, but for me. The 100+ hours I spent playing rarely felt dull or boring. I love a lot about it. The destroyed beauty of the Mojave wasteland is a sight to behold, for me at least. There's something beautiful in the destroyed world of Fallout. Wait. The point of this journal is not to speak my love of F:NV but my one regret with the game.



That's right. All DLC included. I only missed two achievements, 73 out of 75. If your wondering. Here are those two bastard achievements I couldn't be arsed to unlocked.



When I look back, I kinda wonder why. What made me just say, Fuck it. I can't be arsed to get these last two achievements. Maybe because it's because they are collectible based achievements, and I hate collectibles. Especially when it's a free roamer, and there's 30 of the twats. Either way, I recently decided to buy F:NV again recently with my goal being to get those two damned achievements. (I also got Red Dead Redemption, Left 4 Dead 2 and Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine.) So that's a goal that will hopefully keep me bust until Bioshock Infinite drops. I can't put it in to words how excited I am for that game.



Also, I have a kickass Jake the Dog hoodie. U jelly?


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