Fallout New Vegas: Honest Hearts Review [ Trailer ]
The second Fallout New Vegas DLC, Honest Hearts, takes the courier to Utah's Zion National Park. The courier will encounter the legendary burned man of Ceaser Legion and new primitive tribes.
Honest Hearts expands the title with several new items, weapons and recipes. It also gives the player access to 9 new perks, 5 achievements and raises the level cap by 5.
A few notes for the courier who wishes to travel to Zion: your partners in crime won't be able to join you on this expedition and you can only take 75-100 pounds of equipment with you [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest- Young Hearts [ Guide ]
Hello everyone, we have here a guide for the side quest Young Hearts in Fallout: New Vegas. You become a matchmaker…for 1 couple. You can also screw up this quest if you’re not careful… pay attention.
To start, speak to Jack, who’s located at the Nellis Hangars. After a 35 Speech check, Jack tells you that he’s in love with a woman named Janet who works for the Crimson Caravan company. (You can also start with the Black Widow or Confirmed Bachelor perk if you don’t have 35 Speech.) Now you need to go to the Crimson Caravan company, east of [...More
Fallout New Vegas - Wang Dang Atomic Tango Quest [ Guide ]
The Wasteland Pimp -“Wang Dang Atomic Tango”
This is a quick guideline for all the wasteland pimps throughout New Vegas. The most unusual customers are rumoured to be in Freeside at a little casino hotel called The Atomic Wrangler. James Garrett is known for getting his customers “what they want”, once you meet Mr Garret he will inform you that the locals prefer “socializing” with Ghoul cowboys, Smooth talkers and Robots.
The Ghoul: A Ghoul cowboy named Beatrix Russell is guarding the Old Mormon Fort from outlaws. You will require a silver tongue (Speech 35), some caps (Barter 35) or a bottle [...More
Fallout New Vegas: Dead Money Weapon Mods [ Guide ]
Auto. rifle upgr. internals
This mod is for the Automatic Rifle
Increases the automatic rifle's rate of fire by 10%.
Sierra Madre vending machines. The vending machine code for the mod can be found in Puesta Del Sol South, within two feet of the cables where you left Dean Domino during the Strike Up the Band quest.
After obtaining the code, the mod can be purchased from any Sierra Madre vending machine for 250 Sierra Madre chips.
Bear Trap Fists HD Springs
This mod is for the Bear Trap Fists
Increases the bear trap fist's damage by 3.
This mod can be purchased from any Sierra Madre vending [...More
Fallout New Vegas: Dead Money Perks [ Guide ]
And Stay Back
Level 10, Guns70
Shotguns have a chance of knocking an enemy back.
In Shining Armor
Repair 20,Science 70
+5 DT against energy weapons when wearing any metal armor, +2 while wearing reflective eyewear.
Luck 6, Repair 45
You can craft ammo using scrap metal and tin cans.
Agility 6, Repair 45
While wearing light armor you gain +5% critical hit chance and your enemies suffer a -25% critical hit chance.
Old World Gourmet
Endurance 6,Survival 45
+25% addiction resistance. +50% health bonus from snack foods. Scotch, vodka andwine now give you health in addition to their normal effects.
Level 12,Strength 7
Weapons with a weight of more than 10 is cut in [...More
Fallout New Vegas Dead Money Achievements/Trophies [ Guide ]
Achievement/Trophy listing for Fallout New Vegas Dead Money
Assemble Your Crew
Recruit Dean Domino, Christine and Dog
Confront Father Elijah in the Sierra Madre's Vault
Having a Ball
Complete the Sierra Madre Gala Event
Safety Deposit Box
Trap Father Elijah in the Sierra Madre's Vault
Fallout: New Vegas - Infinite XP glitch [ Guide ]
Fallout: New Vegas was probably one of the best video games that came out last year. Mixing the action of first person shooters with the depth of role playing games; Fallout: New Vegas has got to be the one of the best in its genre. Developed by Obsidian Entertainment, it is one of the few games to receive an 85/100 score on MetaCritic.com, as well as an 85% score on GameRankings.com.
If any of you have played Fallout: New Vegas and have enjoyed all the blood and gore, you should have also went through the slow, XP grind. [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Quest - Pressing Matters [ Guide ]
Hey, everyone. CheatMasters has another quest guide for Fallout: New Vegas for all of you Fallout fans out there. This one is for the quest "Pressing Matters". It's one of the simplest and easiest quests out there, so you should have no trouble at all.
To begin this quest, talk to Alice McLafferty in the CCC (Crimson Caravan Company). She'll have you go to Sunset Sarsaprarilla Headquarters. We'll call it SSH for short. She wants you to disable the Bottle Cap Press.
W?hen you get to the SSH, you want make your way toward the shipping area. Once you get to the [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Quest - Why Can't We Be Friends? [ Guide ]
W?elcome to CheatMasters. This blog post is a guide for the Fallout: New Vegas quest "Why Can't We Be Friends?". There are two favorable paths to do on this quest. We'll list them both.
Travel under Vault 19 in the Sulphur Caves tunnels. You can do this quest two ways. Either by talking to Samuel Cooke or Philip Lem. You get the same reward regardless of the path you take.
Talk to Samuel Cooke. He'll be located in the Overseer's Offices right next to Philip Lem. He'll send you to kill the Fire Geckos at Vault 19. Once you do that, go back and [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Quest - The Coyotes [ Guide ]
This is a very easy quest. Short and simple. There are a few optional things you can do, like confronting two of the NPCs in the quest. But I think we can leave those out, as you will not have much of a problem whether you confront them, or don't. This quest is "The Coyotes".
T?o begin this quest, go to the Aerotech Office Park. Talk to Captain Parker. He is missing refugees, and asks for your help to find them.
O?nce the quest starts, go to Westside to speak to Saint James. Don't bother talking to Dermot. He won't give you any [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Quest - Tend to Your Business [ Guide ]
Welcome back, blog readers! I hope you Fallout fans are listening, because there's another great quest coming your way. This quest is very short, and appears to be easy, and it is, depending on how you choose to play it out. This is a guide for the quest "Tend to Your Business".
To begin this quest, you must locate Head Paladin Hardin. You must replace the Brotherhood Elder with Hardin. He gives you a mission to eliminate the Van Graffs and their men. This is to prove your loyalty to the Head Paladin. You will find your targets down at Freeside.
T?here are many [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - Cry Me A River [ Guide ]
I know, it's been a while since my last quest, but it's time to get back into it. We'll start with "Cry Me A River." This is a fairly easy quest, compared to the far more complex ones discovered throughout your journey.
To start this quest, you'll need to talk to "Jerry the Punk." He can be found near the entrance of Red Rock Canyon. Just go a small bit west of the entrance, he'll be near a small fenced area. Talk to him. You'll find that he is quite unhappy about his Great Khan initiation. From a speech check of [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - Anywhere I Wander [ Guide ]
How's everyone doing today? Yes, this is another quest. Fallout: New Vegas has many fun quests, and this is one of them! Get out your controllers and keyboards. It's time to start.
To start this quest, you must get to an area between Camp Nelson and Techatticup Mine. You will then be approached by Private Renolds. He'll talk to you and tell you about how his squad attacked by Caesar's Legion. He'll also tell you that he believes that somebody named Alexus was responsible for the attack. Let the Private know that you'll take a look. This triggers the quest to [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - Emergency Radio [ Guide ]
What’s up, everyone? Quest time! This one is for Fallout: New Vegas. However, it’s so small and short that I don’t even consider it worthy to be a quest. Let’s get started, shall we?
To begin the quest, you must obtain an NCR emergency radio. You can only get this from having a specific minimum reputation with the NCR. Good reputation, of course. An unknown NCR Ranger will give you the radio.
You must now select the “Receive Supply Report” option, located under the “receive support” menu. You will then be notified of NCR dropping supplies. Your map will get a marker [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - Hard Luck Blues [ Guide ]
Whats going on, everyone? Just me, back with another great quest guide for all of you. For what game, you ask? Why, Fallout: New Vegas, of course! This quest is a bit complex, but just hang on throughout the guide, and you'll be just fine.
In this quest, your objective is to help Morgan Blake to get the NCR Sharecropping Farms producing again by finding and stopping a source of contamination. We've broken this down into steps to make this guide as clear and detailed as possible.
Step 1 – Find Morgan Blake
To get the quest started, you must find and speak [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - Ant Misbehavin'
Hey everyone, this is a guide for a quest in Fallout: New Vegas called Ant Misbehavin’. You get to kill a bunch of ants! Sounds easy, right?
Start by speaking to Raquel, at the Nellis Array. She’ll tell you that ants have invaded their communications building. Go to this building (by the east side of the base) and enter from the west side using the key Raquel should have given you. Take the first left and head downstairs to the basement. Here’s the ant infestation she was talking about… First of all, the ants are huge... Also, just to make life more [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - The Moon Comes Over the Tower
This side quest in Fallout: New Vegas is hardly long enough or hard enough to even deserve a guide. It’s unbelievably simple. You bug a dude’s network and you’re done, pretty much.
To begin the quest, talk to Emily Ortal. She can be found close to the entryway of the Lucky 38. She’ll tell you to bug Mr. House’s network. If she isn’t there, it means you need to do some more of the main quests first; you need to at least either kill Benny or start combat in The Tops.
Go into the Lucky 38, turn left and go upstairs to [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - The Finger of Suspicion [ Guide ]
Hey guys, today we've got a guide for a short side quest in Fallout: New Vegas called The Finger of Suspicion.
Basically all you do is save a damsel in distress and get rewarded for it. Pretty simple.
To start the quest, go to the Legion's Fort. Go to Caesar's tent and talk to Vulpes. He'll tell you about a girl who is going to be killed by the Omertas. Go to the Strip and go through the 2 gates to enter Vault 21. Go down to the lower levels and follow the onscreen indicator. You should reach a room with some [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - Wang Dang Atomic Tango [ Guide ]
Hey everyone, today we've got a guide for the sidequest Wang Dang Atomic Tango in Fallout: New Vegas. In this sidequest you'll be procuring escorts for James Garrett at the Atomic Wrangler.
To start off, go to the Atomic Wrangler and talk to James Garrett. Ask him if there's any work you can do for him. He'll tell you to find him three escorts for clients with specific interests. These three are a ghoul wearing a cowboy suit, a smooth talker, and a sex-bot.
The ghoul in the cowboy suit is Beatrix Russell at the Old Mormon Fort. To make her agree [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - Medical Mystery [ Guide ]
Welcome to the blog! How about a guide? I've got the perfect guide for a day such as this. A guide for Fallout: New Vegas. “Medical Mystery” seems good for today. Let's get on with it.
Go to Camp Forlorn Hope. There is a medical tent there. Private Stone has stolen medical supplies(2:00am). You will see him from a hidden location so that he will not see you.
To start off this quest, talk to Dr. Richards. He'll give you the quest after talking to him for a moment. All you really have to do is report to the doc with what [...More
Fallout New Vegas - Skill Book Locations[ Guide ]
Have a skill you have neglected during leveling up and you now need it boosted? Skill books will do the trick! Skill books are a great find in your traveling because reading a skill book permanently raises a skill by 3 points (4 if you've taken the Comprehension perk) for most skills. You can find 4 books for each skill except Science for which an extra one may be awarded depending how the quest "That Lucky Old Sun" is completed. There are a total of 53 skill books in Fallout: New Vegas with that extra one in mind. [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Arizona Killer[ Guide ]
What a nice day! Nice for a Fallout: New Vegas quest that is. The quest we cover today is a fairly simple one. Basically, you take out a target without getting killed. It's called “Arizona Killer.” Okay, okay, it gets a little more complicated than that, so let’s cut the small talk.
Alright, so, to start this quest, go to The Fort and talk to either Caesar or Lucius. One of them will give you the quest. Your objective is to assassinate the president, Aaron Kimball.
You can just rig the Vertibird (which requires 50 explosive skill), or assassinate the president yourself. [...More
Fallout New Vegas Perks [ Guide ]
In Fallout: New Vegas you gain perks every 2 levels which is different than the previous Fallout 3. To counter how easy it was to max out the player's skills in Fallout 3, most of the skill-boosting perks from Fallout 3 have been removed or replaced.
There are 88 regular perks, 8 companion perks and 16 challenge perks plus other unknown amount of special perks.
Companion Perks: Companion Perks can only be obtained by recruiting Companions as the name suggests. The related perks are only in effect while the required Companion is following you. An example would be for the [...More
Fallout: New Vegas - Side Quest - Unfriendly Persuasion
Welcome! Today, we are to talk of a side quest in Fallout: New Vegas called “Unfriendly Persuasion.” This is an easy quest overall. But let’s just skip the intro and get right to the “meat and potatoes.”
To activate the quest, find Jacobstown. Allow the man named Marcus to approach you. He’ll talk to you and tell you about a problem that he’s having a bit of trouble with. He’ll get into detail, telling you that there are NCR mercenaries in the town, and are harassing the people. Tell him that you’ll help.
There’s a couple ways to complete this side quest. [...More
Kingdom Hearts 3D [ Review ]
When two giants merged to form one game filled with fantasy and adventure, gamers were thrilled, and the original Kingdom Hearts game, which was released way back in 2002 by Square Enix and Disney, failed to disappoint. It was able to feature beloved Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and a bunch of other Disney elements and immerse them into a vibrant environment with a very thick plotline and mythos.
0f course, Kingdom Hearts was able to branch out with its very own series, and Kingdom Heart 3D – a shortened version of Dream, Drop, and Distance – [...More
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance [ Preview ]
Kingdom Hearts has been a relatively strong new IP from Square Enix since it debuted on the PS2. They have adamantly pushed the franchise, featuring a strong storyline populated by all of our favorite characters from the Final Fantasy franchise as well as various Disney properties. Now Square Enix is bringing Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance to the 3DS.
Square Enix has had a history of creating spinoff Kingdom Hearts games for handhelds. These games often provide a bit extra in terms of the storyline, or in some cases, even feature pivotal details that play directly into the next core [...More
Rusty Hearts - Core Mechanics Video
Rusty Hearts is an anime-fantasy action massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) published by Perfect World Entertainment and developed by Stairway Games. Anime and MMORPG fans will sure love to play this game.
Watch Mark Hill, product manager, shows us more of the core mechanics of the game.
Incase you miss the close beta trailer, you can watch it here:
There is still no exact release date for Rusty Hearts but we should be expecting it anytime [...More
Rusty Hearts [ Screenshots ]
Rusty Hearts is a MMORPG game from Perfect World Entertainment. This is described as a hack ‘n’ slash dungeon-crawler where players control up to 3 different heroes with unique skills and abilities. Dungeons, Raiding, Forging, Crafting, Guilds and of course PvP battles gives us a whole new world full of excitement to be explored and conquered.
Rusty Hearts is available in Microsoft [...More
Kingdom Hearts: Re:coded World 1 & 2 Items [ Guide ]
This guide will help you get all the items in World 1 and 2 of Kingdom Hearts Re:coded.
Triumph over the Heartless to receive your first Level Up chip that can be immediately used for a new support move, Dodge Roll. Tinker with the Stat Matrix to discover that abilities like the Dodge Roll can be toggled on and off, amongst other things. Walk into the swirling green light that you now recognize as a save point and move through the huge stone doors.
You are introduced to a couple more different kinds of blox; a prize blox sits at [...More
Kingdom Hearts Re: Coded [ REVIEW ]
Kingdom hearts, is probably the biggest surprise when it comes to weird franchises actually getting somewhere. I mean Disney + Squarenix, how in the hell could that be good, well fellas it is good, it's actually pretty freaking great. And guess what?? The NDS system got yet another title for the ages, so come on and jump in to find out all about it!!
Well remember Kingdom Hearts: 365/2 days?? If you do then it won't take much effort to picture how this one looks. Originally the game was a story driven cutscene game for phones, well that was in Japan. [...More