Fallout: New Vegas - Honest Hearts Crack/Patch

Fallout: New Vegas - Honest Hearts Honest Hearts takes you on an expedition to the unspoiled wilderness of Utah's Zion National Park. Things go horribly wrong when your caravan is ambushed by a tribal raiding band. As you try to find a way back to the Mojave, you become embroiled in a war between tribes and a conflict between a New Canaanite missionary and the mysterious Burned Man. The decisions you make will determine the fate of Zion.

Download Fallout: New Vegas - Honest Hearts Crack/Patch

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Platform PC Windows
Rating 68 / 100
User rating
6.8
Downloads 1818
Genre Role-Playing, First-Person, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Bethesda Softworks / Obsidian Entertainment

Fallout: New Vegas - Honest Hearts reviews ( 7 )

AdamJ, Jan 27, 2012

'Zion may not be lost to us after all.'When I heard this quote, there was something completely bad-ass about it that made me look forward to this DLC. And I did enjoy it. Very much. But I can recognise the flaws here too.Joshua Graham. The Malpais Legate. The Burned Man. The man who defied Caesar's death order. Whatever you want to call him, this is the guy, perhaps Ulysses apart, that we all wanted to know. Was he really still alive? Well we all figured he would be, that's just how storytelling works. Does he live up to expectations? Probably not.But why am I talking about one man and not the rest of the DLC? Well, that's how hyped this guy was in online communities. But then we find him, embroiled in a petty war between three tribes, remember, this is the guy who ruthlessly killed many people, He's still an intruiging character, but when you meet a character for the first time, that you've only heard of in references, they're never quite as good as in you head are they? Just sat in a cave? Hm. At least, from a story point he holds an interesting bent. The idea of flushing out the evil people and creating a 'good' society from scratch. Zion.Ah Zion. My favourite locale in the whole of New Vegas. If you had to identify New Vegas, and indeed the whole of the Fallout series in general by a colour, it'd be grey. Grey grey grey grey grey. A splash of plant green here and there, and some grey-red if you're playing Dead Money. Zion remains almost untouched from the great wars. Plants grow everywhere, the water is beautiful, the canyons steep and gorgeous. It wills you into following Graham's idea that this could be paradise,Unfortunately the story, while at a good pace, isn't that gripping. The choice? Kill the bad guys and stay in Zion, or run away. Duh, kill the baddies of course. Wow, that was a tough choice, might need a lie down now. The quests are pretty poor mostly too. Go and find 5 lunchboxes? Oh yeah, totally man. The only thing that forgives this is walking through the lushness.Honest Hearts is a welcome break in a new direction for New Vegas. Joshua Graham is a good character, but no way did this Graham kill many many people in the Legion. The best looking DLC and a new refreshing slant in New Vegas.

Psimon, Jun 29, 2011

Thumbs up from this Fallout3 fan. I liked the setting far more than Dead Money's morbid landscape, liked it better than New Vegas. I play at greatest difficulty and hardcore, and it's still not hard enough, but in Honest Hearts it's not easy, and I had to carefully watch my ammo and supplies, even with a few perks that let me make my own. I do wish Zion was fully realized, more depth and development, more interaction with the various tribes, friendships, and perhaps even a little romance. On the minus side, Honest Hearts crashes Fallout-NV more than usual (for me it's uncommon for FNV to crash, but it crashed about 5-6 times in the whole HH playthrough), companions utter their convo lines too often, and, like I stated, I really wish there was more to this world-within-a-world, more depth. Regardless, gave it a 8, and I highly recommend it.

Chapa9dj, May 23, 2011

This expansion is so much better than Dead Money in every way.I love the settings of this DLC, it takes place in Utah, at a place called Zion.This expansion also features rain, something i have never seen before in a Fallout game, if my memory is not failing.Also, it is a little bit longer than Dead Money, that if you decide to explore everything and complete every Quest and Side quests.

esplover, Aug 3, 2013

A mediocre, but improved DLC offering over Dead Money, an interesting new ambiguous character and the Indian inspiration still leave a little bit to be desired.

Mobile, Feb 20, 2018

ENG The only dlc where I was pleased to stroll around the neighborhood. Was looking forward to meeting and talking with Charred, he looked the part. We always have to decide everything for everyone, namely the fate of the clans who live here. But we do not give any opportunity to learn more, or to take any part in the life of the opposing clan, and eventually at the end of the additions, we are mandated to address, all will dance around the campfire and smile to each other or all will be hostile, and some clans will completely disappear. And the stupidity that we are supposedly in one of the replicas decide and influence the decision of Charred, although the Supplement says that you have to destroy every last one of them and do not retreat, who if you don't trust him and rely on this tactic if it was the right hand of Caesar, but does any courier, suddenly it can convince or force-but full of the same nonsense, you will agree. RU Единственное dlc где мне было приятно побродить по округе. Был в предвкушении встречи и разговора с Обгорелым, выглядел он соответствующе. Нам как и всегда нужно за всех все решить, а именно судьбу кланов которые здесь обитают. Но нам не дают никакой возможности узнать больше или принять какое-то участие в жизни противоборствующего клана, а в итоге в конце дополнения, нам поручено решить, все будут водить хороводы во круг костра и улыбаться друг другу или все будут враждебно настроены еще больше, а некоторые кланы и вовсе сгинут. И самая глупость в том, что мы якобы в одной из реплик решаем и влияем на решение Обгорелого, хотя он сам все дополнение твердит о том что нужно уничтожить всех до последнего и не отступать, кому если не ему верить и полагаться на данную тактику, если он был правой рукой самого Цезаря, а тут какой-то курьер, вдруг его может переубедить или наоборот заставить-но полный же бред, согласитесь.

DeusXCom, Aug 3, 2014

After playing the highly imaginative and original Dead Money DLC, Honest Hearts felt pretty weak and unnecessary in comparison. It's still a good Fallout trip among the Indians into the Zion national park with it's nice stoney nature to explore, but other than that, the experience was quite short, not even 5 hours and pretty average. 5/10

Museli, Oct 19, 2011

Beautiful scenery can not save this DLC from its failings - tedious fetch quests, an uninspiring main plot, and few interesting new items. While Dead Money was a bit too long; Honest Hearts is far too short. I was really surprised when the final mission began - I'd only been playing for an hour or so. If you're not already set on getting all the DLC, avoid this one.