After surviving two bullets to the head, Courier Six traverses the post-apocalyptic Mojave desert in search of the men who wronged him, while making an impact on thousands in the process.


(as J.E. Sawyer)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Benny (voice)
Mr. New Vegas (voice)
Chief Hanlon (voice)
Narrator (voice)
Victor (voice)
Marcus (voice)
Caesar (voice)
Yes Man (voice)
Billy Knight (voice)
Doc Mitchell (voice)
Big Sal (voice)


As you were delivering a package to the New Vegas strip, a strange man stops you and captures you, only for you to be shot in the head. He leaves you for dead and takes your package. You awaken in a clinic in the town of Goodsprings, where a doctor heals you and helps you get back on your feet. You have to defeat this strange man and have him pay for his crimes and find out what's in the package.. or betray the residents of Goodsprings and other small towns for their money and property... it's all up to you. Written by Samkid101

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In the 2010 expansion "Dead Money", Courier 6 sets off to locate the signal of an invitation for the grand opening of the Sierra Madre Hotel. The expansion was inspired by the novel and 1948 film adaption starring Humphrey Bogart "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre". In the film and book, a group of compatriots set off to find the lost treasure of the Sierra Madre. See more »


Robert Edwin House: I haven't shown my hand - I've shown one card. I've given my enemies a single, provocative datum upon which to fixate. They have no idea what other cards I'm holding. It's a strong hand, believe me - I dealt it to myself.
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References Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (1997) See more »


New Vegas Radio
Written by Josh Sawyer (as J.E. Sawyer)
Performed by Josh Sawyer (as J.E. Sawyer) and James Melilli
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Overall, a very good game worth buying.
21 December 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Fallout: New Vegas is a game that can be played in every way: you could play though the main story and call it a day, or you could be a completionist like me and try to milk it for all it's worth over several separate playthoughs. you can go around with a sniper rifle on your back and try to take down your enemies before they see you, or you can go in with an assault rifle, or an SMG, or a plasma rifle, or a laser rifle for that matter. you can be noisy and rush in with your grenade MG, or with your trusty chainsaw, or, you can be sneaky and fight with a silenced pistol, SMG or sniper. what i'm trying to say is that the possibilities are virtually endless, and it is up to you to decide what suits you best.

That is just one aspect of the game. What really makes this game one of the best is simply the atmosphere it has. No game in history has ever made you wish a nuclear apocalypse more than this one. weather it be the wide, desolate yet wild landscapes, ranging from scorching deserts to snowy mountains to vast lakes (not as peaceful as it sounds), or maybe the endless sub stories hidden throughout the many computer terminals that are present in all of the ruins scattered about the Mojave wasteland, this game is huge. not just in the size of the map, but in the stories that go along with it, because for all those people who think that this game has no character development, you are mistaken, for the character with the most depth and mystery is the Mojave Desert itself.

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