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Fallout: New Vegas PlayStation 3
Fallout:_New_Vegas
FPS System Benchmark
200+ FPS
High
Graphics Card
  • Release Date
    EU/UK:Oct-22-2010
    US:Oct-19-2010
    AU:Oct-21-2010
  • Theme
  • 8.8
    Fallout: New Vegas is excellently optimized
    according to (78) user reviews
    Positive Negative optimization

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Console System Analysis for Fallout: New Vegas
The game places the player in the role as a courier. The courier, while delivering a package with unknown contents, is found unconcious in a shallow grave after a failed assassination attempt by an unknown assailant. The courier is treated for injuries by a local caregiver, Doc Mitchell. Thereafter the player enters into character creation (defining skills and attributes, name, gender, age and appearance) before investigating the assassination attempt, recovering the stolen package, and exploring the worldThe Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System, or V.A.T.S., will have the ability to use new special attacks Usage of certain melee weapons will trigger unique attack animations. For example, using 9-Iron (a golf club) would show up as "Fore" and sends the enemy reeling for a period. Also Obsidian Entertainment has added the ability to use the ironsight on all guns and rifles.

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Fallout: New Vegas vs Avg. AAA Game System Requirements
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CPU
728%
Graphics Card
1177%
RAM
12GB
300%
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