For me Fallout 3 was one of those games I only picked up because everyone else was talking about it. At first I hated it but eventually I fell in love. Obsidian owes me a rather large chunk of my life back. As you would naturally expect, I am very excited for Fallout New Vegas and my hands-on time here at gamescom can only be described as a fix for a drug addict.
Josh Sawyer, Project Director of Fallout New Vegas, takes some time to talk to me about the new and more in-depth customization, the importance of moral decisions and how alliances will effect your reputation within the waste land. The game looks fantastic and I know that I look forward to locking myself into a dark room for two weeks when it finally launches on October 19th, 2010.
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