Fallout: New Vegas - Old World Blues Crack/Patch

Fallout: New Vegas - Old World Blues In Old World Blues, releasing in June, you will discover how some of the Mojave’s mutated monsters came to be when you unwittingly become a lab rat in a science experiment gone awry. You’ll need to scour the Pre-War research centers of the Big Empty in search of technology to turn the tables on your kidnappers or join forces with them against an even greater threat.

Download Fallout: New Vegas - Old World Blues Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
7.8
Downloads 2347
Genre Role-Playing, First-Person, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Bethesda Softworks / Obsidian Entertainment

Fallout: New Vegas - Old World Blues reviews ( 7 )

Camelone, Jul 20, 2011

Finally! A New Vegas DLC that was worth the wait. Better than Dead Money, and MUCH better than Honest Hearts, Old World Blues gets the exploration/combat/story mix exactly right. Sci-fi campy without going over into stupid, it's actually made me laugh a few times, and think, "Thats really twisted.." at others.The characters you meet are... unique, to say the least, but interesting and funny, too. The voiceovers are very well done and fit each NPC nicely. Some of the architectural design is a refreshing change from the standard "vault interior" we've all come to know so well, and is a pleasure to explore.Highly recomended. You're nuts if you don't pick this up! (IMHO)

TheSkyNet, Aug 2, 2011

This DLC was fun, long and totally make it worth buying, the penning of the script is funny and crude and totally kept within the nineteen sixties style of fun, lets hope the divide is this good.

TheangryOne, Sep 6, 2011

With funny and suprisingly deep characters, a nice collection of new things, and brand new eccentric and exotic places to explore, I can say with an honest heart that buying Old World Blues will not be dead money.

hodub, Apr 3, 2012

Probably the most open-ended and diverse DLC for New Vegas. Plenty of humor and dialogue, though the first half-hour of the Think Tank arguing amongst themselves gets tiresome, especially the excess of phallic jokes. Toaster is a riot. Blind Diode Jefferson is my personal favorite AI, though I can't really explain why. Players will find that Big MT is the cradle of the Mojave's Cazadors and Nightstalkers, as well as the holograms of the Sierra Madre (Dead Money), and Rex's Cyberdog brethren. There are plenty of new killing toys to play with too. Old World Blues could almost stand as a game on its own. Recommended.

Gabbo, Jul 29, 2011

Definitely best NV DLC. Fallout remembered it's true nature and stopped trying to be too serious too often and made a dlc based on insane brains in tanks. World is full of challenging enemies, and the premise of romping around a secret tech base inside of a mountain is great. New weapons are funny, useful and cool.Now the negatives, the enemies are SUPER perceptive. I had sneak of 100, wearing a stealth suit. I have ninja perk, and i still could not sneak up on people, ever. for sneak crits, i HAD to use a medium range weapon at least, unless I got real lucky. melee crits (the most fun and satisfying) were impossible. Perhaps this was a glitch, since if they detect you, they will never go back to being safe mode, only "caution".Other negative, most of the locations are too shallow, go into a base, and its literally a single room with a couple robots and some ammo. I was expecting LOTS of computers with cools stories, background, and other cool stuff. Half done experiments maybe, experimental robots/bio-creatures. they didn't deliver. Though the rare story it did fill in was interesting. When i finished it i still had the "thats it?" feeling. Too few side quests and linear story.Still a great DLC, but I feel it could have been much better with added depth.

ultrasoft, Mar 22, 2016

Laugh out loud at points, but feels too loose and sprawling I much preferred the (much criticised) linearity of Dead Money, because it felt sharp and pointed, and at (nearly) any given moment of its duration I was thoroughly engaged. The writing in Old World Blues is great, and the acting is among the best I've encountered in gaming, but, in my opinion, the experience as a whole needs to be a lot trimmer to be thoroughly enjoyable from nose to tail

Chapa9dj, Jul 22, 2011

Worst DLC ever.Boring and repetitive quests, stupid robots everywhere, never ending nonsensical crap talk all the time about stuff i don't give a damn about.Also i want to add that the settings are quite terrible in this occasion. The soporific and idiotic sense of humor ruins everything.Not sure what were they thinking, but this is seriously boring as hell. I'm starting to give up hope about ever seeing an epic DLC as it was Point Lookout, The Pitt and Broken Steel on FO3.My verdict: Don't even bother with this, it's absolute garbage content, not even worth a goddamn cent. Go buy some bubble gums or Antidepressant. This reminds me of FFXIII, it was so damn boring that i couldn't beat it no matter how hard i tried.My Rating: 1/10Legendary failure DLC of the year.