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RPG Backtrack: Episode 126 - What Happens in New Vegas, Stays in New Vegas

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edited September 2014 in Latest Updates
Of course there are people and things to shoot around New Vegas, but this most recent incarnation of the Fallout universe doesn't stop there. Enjoy going down the Vegas Strip and taking in all its scenic delights between the killing sprees in the desert.
Does the Rat Pack come back from the grave to fight?
It's not what he's eating, but what's eating him that makes it ... sort of interesting.

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  • JCServantJCServant Certified Polygameist RPGamer Staff
    edited September 2014
    Remember, what happens in New Vegas stays in New Vegas, including the "Amperstand"s!
    Co-Host on RPGBacktrack. Follow me on Twitter and sub to my blog if you would like!
  • NyxNyx Staff Girly Girl RPGamer Staff
    edited September 2014
    I really love the music selections picked for this episode. Awesome job peeps on the show! (Oh wait...)
  • TexsideTexside Member Full Members
    edited September 2014
    I decided to stick it on my Steam Wishlist after the show. I'll grab it next time a sale and my wallet are feeling cooperative.

    I was curious about two things: was Caesar's legion related to Caesar's Palace (if not overtly because lawsuits suck)? I'm curious. I'd love to see the layout of the game; I've been to Vegas a few times and know the Strip reasonably well. I'd also probably play roulette to my heart's content if the game offered it ("it isn't a gambling problem if I lose!").

    I listened to this one and the Etrian Odyssey one while driving from Austin to Houston and back a few days later, on a business trip. Periodically I'd end up shouting/loudly encouraging other drivers to change their destination to a particular portion of the Judeo-Christian afterlife, and then feel sorta guilty. "Aw man, I totally interrupted Mike," or, "Jeez, I just yelled over Scott and Sam!" I like the EO one, too; I'd only played the first but picked up Untold recently. I loved that one.
  • Fowl SorcerousFowl Sorcerous Dread News Editor RPGamer Staff
    edited September 2014
    Texside wrote: »
    I was curious about two things: was Caesar's legion related to Caesar's Palace (if not overtly because lawsuits suck)? I'm curious. I'd love to see the layout of the game; I've been to Vegas a few times and know the Strip reasonably well. I'd also probably play roulette to my heart's content if the game offered it ("it isn't a gambling problem if I lose!").
    no real connection between Caesar's legion and the casino, though i think you can spot the ruins of the palace on the strip.

    the representation of the region is pretty reasonable (i heard this second-hand from Josh Veil, a nevada native).

    Save scumming is a viable option for the casinos but each one has a win limit where they won't let you bet anymore.
  • SuikSuik Member Full Members
    edited September 2014
    I was so "Luck"y when I played!
    So "Luck"y in fact that I was banned from all the Casino's cause of those darn Blackjack tables ;].

    There are some hilarious ways to take advantage of this vast and entertaining r0mp.

    Edit: By the way I love RPGbacktrack. It's the reason I created an account on these here forums! I have listened to all of them lol (um more then once B][I]how embarrassing[/I][/B). It's nice to pick up an old RPG and have the option to listen to a good group of intelligent writers/rpg lovers talk about it. Especially since there isn't many podcasts of the such (surprisingly). Well my nose is thoroughly browned. Keep up the good work guys.
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  • TexsideTexside Member Full Members
    edited September 2014
    no real connection between Caesar's legion and the casino, though i think you can spot the ruins of the palace on the strip.

    the representation of the region is pretty reasonable (i heard this second-hand from Josh Veil, a nevada native).

    Save scumming is a viable option for the casinos but each one has a win limit where they won't let you bet anymore.

    Awesome. Even more reason to play it. I'd say it's a landmark in Vegas, but the Paris's Eiffel Tower is right by the Palace and grabs the eye much better there. And the Flamingo, for history majors!

    The win limit sounds hilarious (and a little accurate, too).
  • JCServantJCServant Certified Polygameist RPGamer Staff
    edited September 2014
    Suik wrote: »
    Edit: By the way I love RPGbacktrack. It's the reason I created an account on these here forums! I have listened to all of them lol (um more then once B][I]how embarrassing[/I][/B). It's nice to pick up an old RPG and have the option to listen to a good group of intelligent writers/rpg lovers talk about it. Especially since there isn't many podcasts of the such (surprisingly). Well my nose is thoroughly browned. Keep up the good work guys.

    Wow! Thanks!! We are most blessed to have such a diverse array of RPGamers with such a breadth of experience between them all. Honestly, that's why we've been able to do these at the pace we do. Our staff members constantly amaze me with not only their ability to go into such detail about some of these older games, but their passion, as well. I'm elated to know that others enjoy listening to them as we enjoy makin' 'em. :)
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  • MathiueMathiue New Member Full Members
    edited September 2014
    Whats funny is I just played and beat this game last month. It was so addicting I would play for 8-12 hour stretches on the weekends because it was so immersive. My 2nd favorite WRPG 2nd to only Morrowind. I loved the writing and humor it was great
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