I fail to see how people can like New Vegas, it was dull, had duller DLC, and had very little overarching story so much as a very long and drawn out scenario that had a few forks in the road.Lost In The Void said:I would actually recommend the Good Old Games versions more than the Steam versions for three reasons.Delsana said:They're on steam.VaudevillianVeteran said:Finding the first two Fallout games can be a problem (well, in my case at least) but the more modern adaptions are good too. I'd recommend getting Fallout 3 first to gauge whether you like the gameplay/story/etc. then getting New Vegas.
A. They're cheaper
B. No DRM whatsoever
C. They're optimized for newer machines and trust me its much easier to get them going that way than hunting for fan patches.
As for my opinion. Start with 1 + 2 and then New Vegas. FO3's story is shit and the characters unbelievable.