Right before finishing the quest Eureka! I fast traveled out of the Hoover Dam and back to The Strip, to prevent the ending of the game - just like I did on Fallout 3 with Project Purity. I of course first completed the quest for the Achievment, and in disappointment watched the inevitable ending cut scene and credits, then reloaded the save right before where I had finishing it, and fast traveled out of the location. I then continued to do several quests, leaving Eureka! alone. After doing some quests, and gaining several levels (leaving me at 29)I went gambling in the strip. After leaving a casino it now says I am 'currently unable to fast travel from this location'. No matter where I walk to or what I do, it always says it. I cannot fas…Read more >
I have to say I'm quite dissapointed in New Vegas having a destined ending like Fallout 3. I still don't see the point of getting all the unique stuff right at the end, and the shit ton of experience just to have the game end. They better hurry up with an add-on to fix it, like Broken Steel did. And even then, that's bull that I have to pay ten more bucks for it. I'd love to be able to roam after finishing the main quest. Nothing really happened that would make you have to stop. I mean you work so hard to get all that stuff, and all those levels, it'd be nice not to have to start it over just to do everything else. I guess it's not that big of a deal. Just sayin'.
The ending battle also didn't seem that big, like I was expecting. I chose th…Read more >