Under normal circumstances the release of a patch is not a noteworthy event. However, the amount of bugs hiding in the crevices of Fallout: New Vegas at the time of its release would frighten even the most unflinching New York landlord. For that reason every patch implementation since last October has been met with dances around bonfires and such.
Alex Trebek: “65,000.” Contestant: “What is the approximate number of lines of spoken dialogue in Fallout: New Vegas?” Trebek: “Correct.” Words, words, words. You might say there are a lot of them in Obsidian Entertainment’s latest opinion divider. I might agree with you for saying as much. But so far I’m enjoying them, and I hope you can too.
All right, calm down, people. We all knew this was coming. Fallout: New Vegas arrives today, and the news is that it’s… well… it’s from Obsidian.
As in “things Japanese people are pissed about.” Rock, Paper, Shotgun ran this and I just have to pass it along. Those are Japanese people holding signs written in Japanese complaining about Japanese roleplaying games and how they’re linear and stuff. Whole image follows.