Golden Gloves have long been a symbol of great boxing prowess, but in Fallout New Vegas they take on new life as the rare weapon version of boxing gloves. This video will show you where to find them in the Lucky 38 Casino on the strip.
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In Fallout New Vegas, if you've done the "Come Fly With Me" quest, or if you've done any adventuring out into the north eastern part of the Wasteland you may have come across Vault 34 on your way to the strip. Vault 34 is infested with Ghouls, the former residents of the vault ...more
There are seven different snowglobes scattered throughout the various maps in Fallout: New Vegas. This video shows you precisely where you can find each of the seven snow globes - the Goodsprings cemetery, Mormon fort, Mt Charleston, test site, the Strip, Nellis AFB and Hoover ...more
This video starts off by showing you how to complete this quest. Start in one of the casinos, and distribute four cards to different NPCs you can find on the Strip. The benefit of thsi quest is that it gets you more money!
Skill books, which have been carried over from Fallout 3, are a great way of getting an edge on your skills by adding an extra 3 to the skill that the book is associated with! In this two-part video you will get the locations of all the skill books in the Mojave Wasteland! Par ...more
Want a buddy in Fallout: New Vegas? Sure you do. In fact, you probably want a couple New Vegas companions. In Fallout: New Vegas, there's a total of 6 permanent humanoid companions and 2 permanent non-humanoid companions, but you can only have 2 (one of each kind) at a time f ...more
In Fallout New Vegas there are eight total companions that you can recruit to join you on your quest, as well as two juicy achievements for getting one of them and also for getting all of them! Want to know where they are? How to recruit them? What their strengths and weakness ...more
Fallout: New Vegas is OUT NOW, and this video will show you the complete walkthrough for the "Ring-a-Ding-Ding" quest, which subsequently gives you the "Ring-a-Ding-Ding" achievement. If you haven't ordered your copy of Fallout: New Vegas for the Xbox 360 yet, do it now, then ...more
One way of picking up some awesome Enclave Remnant Power Armor is through Arcade's personal quest, one of your companions. Curious how to get the armor and also complete his personal quest the best way possible? Check out this video for a full walkthrough Arcade's Personal que ...more
The new 'Lonesome Road' DLC has arrived for Fallout: New Vegas, and with it comes several different achievements. In this particular Achievement Hunter segment, the guys take us through unlocking the 'Ed-Ecated' achievement in just a few steps. So grab those points on your Xbo ...more
Fallout New Vegas is not only filled with unique enemies and amazing locations, but also unique weaponary, some powerful, some just for show, spread all around the Mojave Wasteland! One is a sniper rifle called the Gobi Campaign Scout Rifle! In this video you'll get a walkthro ...more
In Fallout New Vegas, Obsidian decided to spread and equal amount of unique weapons all across the Mojave wasteland! Ranging from deadly axes, rifles, pistols, submachine guns and more! In this video you'll learn the three ways of acquiring the Cram Opener weapon, a unique ver ...more
The displacement gloves in Fallout New Vegas are fun to play with, but pale in comparrison to their rare / unique weapon brother Pushy. This video will teach you how to get Pushy from the depths of the Ruby Hill Mine.
Gltiches and bugs are riddles in the release of Fallout New Vegas, and as Obsidian rushes to put out patches for these problems, that leaves us free to abuse them! If you're in combat and are noticing that your companions are taking quite the beating, you can actually glitch t ...more
There are quite a few references in the Old World Blues DLC for Fallout New Vegas, and almost all of them require the Wild Wasteland perk. Take a look at this video to learn where to find these stealthily hidden easter eggs.
If you're looking to unlock all the achievements in Fallout: New Vegas, Dead Money expansion pack, then look no further than this quick how-to guide. IGN takes you step by step through the game to show you where all the secret goodies are.
Straight razors are back in style in the less materialistic world of Fallout New Vegas, and their potential as weapons does not go neglected. Watch this video to learn the location of Figaro, the rare / unique weapon version of the straight razor. From the Creator: It is hel ...more
Cleavers are some of the scariest weapons that one can be confronted with up-close, especially if the perpetrator is a massive man in a butcher outfit cackling. In this video you'll learn how to find Chopper, the rare / unique weapon cleaver in Fallout New Vegas. From the Cre ...more
Player housing is the best way of not only storing all of your extra gear, but also a place for rest and a place for your companions to go to when you don't need them! In this video you'll get a walkthrough of each of the available player housings in Fallout New Vegas!
A nice and easy side quest that you can pick up outside of Goodsprings is one from Barton Thorn who needs you to find his daughter. In this video you'll get a chance to find out where Barton Thorn is, how to start his quest and also how to complete it in Fallout New Vegas!
The Ratslayer is the Fallout New Vegas rare / unique version of the varmint rifle, and is one of the least powerful and sexy rare weapons in the game. It's a damn sight better than a normal varmint rifle though, and this video will show you how to find it. From the Creator: ...more
At some point in Fallout: New Vegas on the Xbox 360, you'll eventually find yourself in Hidden Valley, the secret location of the Brotherhood of Steel. After exploring their bunker, you may find yourself meeting with Knight Torres, the Quartermaster for the Brotherhood of Stee ...more
The marksman carbine guns in Fallout New Vegas are well-suited to the game's sniper-friendly gameplay, and the All-American rare / unique weapon version is devastating. It's also hard to find, so watch this video to learn how to locate it. From the Creator: Located in the ar ...more
In Fallout: New Vegas, you will eventually end up having to check out the other factions and tribes in the game. One of them happens to be the Boomers over at Fort Nellis Air Force Base, a clan of old vault dwellers who took over the base and have been making use of their heav ...more
Chinese Stealth Armor is a rare armor in Fallout New Vegas that will make you nearly invisible to enemies (although not fully, as in Fallout 3). If you steal or sneak a lot (who doesn't?) watch this video for a guide to acquiring two suits of Chinese Stealth Armor. From the C ...more
Plasma rifles are some of the sexiest guns in Fallout New Vegas, and the rare / unique weapon version of it, the Q-35 Matter Modulator, is even sexier. Watch this video to learn how to find it in REPCONN Headquarters. From the Creator: Located in REPCONN Headquarters, in the ...more
Perhaps the most awesomely named of all the rare / unique weapons in Fallout New Vegas is Recompense of the Fallen, the rare version of the dogtag fist. Watch this video to learn how to find it in Cottonwood Cove. From the Creator: There is one in Cottonwood Cove. The centur ...more
Primm, Nevada is not a place many spend much time, but in Fallout New Vegas it's one of the first places you get to. In this video you'll find out where to find Lucky, the rare weapon version of the .357 magnum, in the Bison Steve Hotel in Primm. From the Creator: You can fi ...more
Come Fly With Me is a quest that you get in Fallout New Vegas after speaking with Manny in the search for the man who shot you, Benny. He needs you to go check out the old ReppConn headquarters to get rid of some of the Ghouls nesting over there. What you find, well, that's a ...more
Looking for a weapon that will completely destroy your opponents in Fallout New Vegas? It has a limited rare ammo supply, but it does a total of 461 DPS, and it's called the Alien Blaster, the same as the one in Fallout 3! If you're wondering how to find this awesome weapon as ...more
Power Armor that isn't faction based, mostly around the Brotherhood of Steel, is very hard to come by in Fallout New Vegas. Wearing faction based armor can have negative effects if you're traveling in the territory of a faction that doesn't like that faction, regardless of you ...more
The guys at Obsidian have done an amazing job at adding in all sorts of extra Easter Eggs into Fallout New Vegas for us older nerds who had an awesome childhood! These Easter Eggs are from two of Monty Python's movies, Holy Grail and The Life of Brian. Check out this video fro ...more
Magnum pistols have been a favorite means of killing in games and film for decades. Fallout New Vegas is no exception, and the Mystery Magnum rare weapon is really devastating. Watch this video to learn how to get it from a man in front of Sunset Sarsaparilla. From the Creato ...more
Thanks to the fact that Obsidian is filled with a ton of geeks and nerds (the right kind of people mind you!) there's all sorts of movie references scattered about the Mojave Wasteland in Fallout New Vegas just waiting for you to find them! In this video you will get the locat ...more
If you've been making nice with NCR, or you know, making not so nice and lying about it to get in, you've probably found HELIOS One at some point during your travels in Fallout New Vegas. Not only is HELIOS One a power plant, but it also houses a Orbital Laser Strike weapon wi ...more
Back in Fallout 3, when they released the Broken Steel DLC, once you completed the main mission and finished the training simulation, you were allowed to take some pickings from the weapons and armor vault, one of which was the Tesla Canon, a sniper-rifle meets awesomesauce, h ...more
"This Machine" is a powerful rifle designed to look like an M1 Garand! There are two options to acquiring this fantastic rifle, one way is against the NCR and one way is for the NCR, which path do you choose? Check out this video for more details on location and how to get the ...more
The energy weapons in the Fallout video games have always been a mixed bag, but it's hard to argue with their raw destructive power if you can find them and keep them in ammo. Watch this video to learn where and how to find the Pulse Gun rare weapons energy weapon in Vault 34. ...more
Camp Searchlight may be an infested ghoul town, once owned by the NCR, that's completely engulfed by radiation, but popping a few Rax-X's and a healthy supply of RadAway should do the trick! If you can last long enough and find Logan you'll be able to get the key to the Fire H ...more
Yes, there's bling in Fallout: New Vegas! And no, it's not a fan mod. You can get the Pimp Boy Three Billion in Fallout: New Vegas. Make sure you go to the right store, and then here are the right dialogue options to unlock a hidden quest.
If you've got a free version of Fallout: New Vegas and you are looking to update, you've come to the right place. Watch this video and learn how to download and install the Fallout: New Vegas update for Windows.
Want to dress up your Fallout: New Vegas game with mods, customizations and other user created content? You'll need the mod manager first! This tutorial shows you how to find and install the New Vegas Mod Manager (NVMM), found on the Nexus website.
If you want to set up a mod for Fallout: New Vegas, this tutorial shows you how to do it for the Xbox 360. Then you can use HxD or a similar program to edit your savegame and mod Fallout New Vegas that way.
This will let you mod Fallout: New Vegas if you have a jailbroken Playstation 3. If you've already jailbroken your PS3, here is how you can mod to give yourself all sorts of extra when you play Fallout: New Vegas.
One of the coolest additions to the Bethesda Fallout universe of Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas is the rare weapons system, which locates a speical version of nearly every weapon somewhere on the map that simply kicks ass. In this video you'll learn how to find Nephi's Gold D ...more
It's like getting an entirely new weapon! You can increase the functionality of many of the weapons in Fallout: New Vegas by adding on special mods and attachments, like sniper scopes and night vision sights. Find the store in Gun Runners!
The rare weapons in Fallout New Vegas are where much of you greatest destructive potential lies, and finding them is key to really loving the game. Watch this video for help finding Big Boomer, a rare sawed-off shotgun held by Old Lady Gibson in the Gibson scrapyard.
The super rare weapons in Fallout: New Vegas are devastatingly awesome, and the Oh Baby super sledge is no exception. If you're at at least level 10, preferably level 15, watch this video to learn where and how to find this awesome hammer.
There is indeed power armor available in Fallout: New Vegas! You could always just use the dev console to give it to yourself, but here's are two fun, albeit effort and time consuming, methods to find it within the game.
Looking for Mercy, the unique machine gun in Fallout: New Vegas? To get it, you will have to fight past the legendary Deathclaw. Make sure you are at least a mid to high level character before attempting to retrieve this weapon.
Boone is an option as a companion in Fallout: New Vegas, and is a pretty handy shot with a sniper rifle. This video shows you how you can find Boone and convince him in dialog to join up with your character.
There are six unique weapons available within Fallout: New Vegas, like the brush gun, golden gloves and Annabelle. This video tutorial shows you where each of the six guns can be found, and the stats and tatctics for each one.
You will need to be playing Fallout: New Vegas on the PC, and make sure that you have enabled the console. This is not a mod, but you will need to enter a few console commands in order to get the enclave power armor.
Sure, a normal minigun is pretty destructive in the Fallout New Vegas universe (as in real life) but why not aim even higher? This video will show you how to get the CZ57 Avenger, the minigun rare weapon located in the Devil's Throat in northeastern Mojave Wasteland
There are several different ways to find Maria in Fallout: New Vegas, and this video outlines one of them. Maria is a unique 9mm pistol that handles pretty well in a fight, and it's definitely a weapon you'll want to pick up.
Mr. House is a character at the end of Fallout: New Vegas, about whom your character will have to make several choices. If you decide to kill or deactivate Mr. House, it will be challenging - but here is how you can.
Want to modify your game in Fallout: New Vegas? You will need to be able to transfer a saved game from your Xbox 360 onto your desktop computer, and then go into the hex editor to mod or hack what you want to change.
Want to change the stats or skins for any item in Fallout: New Vegas? If you have the mod manager for the game, you can open it up and use it to alter the stats for any item in the entire game.
You can find this weapon in Charleston Cave just outside of Jacobstown when playing Fallout: New Vegas. The Oh Baby! weapon is especially suited for melee fighters. Charleston Cave is difficult, so don't go after it until you're mid to high level.
By going to the medical clinic, you can enhance your character's stats in Fallout: New Vegas. This tutorial shows you where the clinic is located, and then the different implants you can get to improve your chosen stats and abilities.