Never again. Playing Fallout: NV on Hardcore mode now and I totally forgot about this thinking it was the palce where you get the BoS quest line. I don't know a falloutnewvegas Fallout Bos
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Never again

Playing Fallout: NV on Hardcore mode now and I totally forgot about this thinking it was the palce where you get the BoS quest line.
I don't know about the rest of you guys, but the Sierra Madre DLC was just a nightmarish maze for me. And those gasmask dudes just wouldn't die!

I loom AT m Wall
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Submitted: 08/15/2014
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User avatar #3 - thebuttman ONLINE (08/15/2014) [+] (12 replies)
jokexsplain ?
User avatar #5 to #3 - thelizardlord (08/15/2014) [-]
#1 - thelizardlord (08/15/2014) [+] (8 replies)
Sometimes I joke about "see you in Dead Money" as opposed to "see you in hell".
I swear to god I struggled throughout the entire quest maps, screaming in fear as soon as I saw ghost people, I had no guns, no ammo, and had to rely on melee weapons.
I have never felt more like a casual.
#18 - lissiexoxobear (08/15/2014) [+] (22 replies)
The first time I played through it I had a horrible time, however there is a way you can get through it pretty easily. If you get the wild wasteland trait and go to the lonesome road DLC, you have the option to fight a super deathclaw to get his claw, Rawr's Talon. Keep it in your inventory without turning it into a gauntlet and it will be labeled as a quest item meaning when you go to the Sierra Madre it won't be taken from you! Get into Sierra Madre and find the nearest workbench to make Fist of Rawr, the only deathclaw gauntlet in the whole game. It also does bonus limb damage so it will actually kill the enemies instead of just knocking them out. Plus if you have Jury Rigging trait you can fix it with the bear traps you find in Sierra Madre. I was actually able to enjoy the map instead of running around hiding all the time.
#46 - unuberac (08/15/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Did anyone else like Dead Money because it has more of a tense, death-around-every-corner feel to it? The only thing that would feel more deadly is the Villa filled with Deathclaws..... and no way out....

And did anyone else find it easier than expected, even on hardcore?
#7 - fezzo (08/15/2014) [+] (16 replies)
And then you have all those gold bars that you can't take with you because they're too heavy. So much money just left behind
And then you have all those gold bars that you can't take with you because they're too heavy. So much money just left behind
#71 - ZalgotheImminent (08/16/2014) [+] (4 replies)
People always say they hate Dead Money, but in all honesty, it was my second favorite DLC for New Vegas. It had more of a survival feeling than the rest of the game, which made it more interesting, Ghost People were creepy as hell and sometimes popped out of nowhere, which added a horror aspect rivaled primarily by the Dunwich Building in Fallout 3, and it added one of my favorite weapons in the game, the BAR, two of my favorite companions, God/Dog and Christine, and the only Acoustic Guitar you could get without stealing and/or murdering someone, which I usually avoided doing to good people like the drifter guy. All in all, Dead Money was a solid 9/10 DLC.

Old World Blues still best DLC though. 10/10, would wiggle my hand-penises at the Think Tank again.
#65 - swampwaterjack (08/16/2014) [-]
mfw collar beeps
mfw collar beeps
User avatar #2 - thatuglynat (08/15/2014) [+] (4 replies)
i hated that ******* DLC so much i was so Over-powered with my tesla power armor and when you take that and all my money and guns and what am i?

nothing thats what
#129 - padorak (08/16/2014) [+] (1 reply)
THAT 						*******					 COLLAR 						*********					!   
						****					 those god damn radios. Who leaves that 						****					 on everybody is dead?
THAT ******* COLLAR ********* !
**** those god damn radios. Who leaves that **** on everybody is dead?
User avatar #133 to #129 - listerthepessimist ONLINE (08/16/2014) [-]
if everybody is dead, who would turn them off?
#43 - Shmooglavoue (08/15/2014) [-]
Honestly, Dead Money was one of my favorites. Could've used some better rewards equipment wise, though the amount of money you can get from winning at the Sierra Madre Casino will pretty much set you for the rest of the game.

The only thing I really disliked about it was the radios as a threat. It felt kinda forced to have those be potentially lethal, only because Elijah was too lazy to change the frequency the bomb collars used.

The holorifle is awesome though, and is one of my favorite energy weapons in that game.
#35 - pastelink (08/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
dead money was my favorite dlc
User avatar #110 - kouzan (08/16/2014) [+] (2 replies)
>Play Lonesome Road
>Play with Wild Wasteland perk
>Kill RAWR!, real name of a deathclaw in the DLC
>Get the claw
>Do not craft the weapon until Sierra Madre
>Have 100 unarmed
>Beat people from one DLC with another.
#36 - widar (08/15/2014) [-]
Hardest (and worst) DLC for NV. I didn't like it, that fog was annoying, the casino was a poor payoff (seriously, the first thing that came to their mind for a new location in a DLC for New Vegas was a casino?). In theory, the atmosphere was well crafted though and the story was okay.

Best DLC was Old World Blues. That was great, and with some hilarious humor.
#116 - midothegreat (08/16/2014) [+] (1 reply)
those ghost people kind of creeped me out
those ghost people kind of creeped me out
User avatar #82 - bloodspider (08/16/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Old world blues was my favorite because of the characters, and the voice actor for Dr. venture cameo. Second favorite was Honest Hearts.
User avatar #80 - ihateelfs (08/16/2014) [+] (1 reply)
sierra madre is a really good add on, nv had the best addons
User avatar #81 to #80 - ihateelfs (08/16/2014) [-]
dead money, whatever sue me
#8 - lolabunny (08/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
The first time i played i missed the machine code for stimpaks and went through the whole dlc only on what i could scrounge up.
User avatar #54 - sexyhimself (08/16/2014) [-]
what I love about the DLCs for New Vegas is that they all sorta referenced/lead up to the Lonesome Road in one way or another and then when you play the Lonesome Road theres so much ******* tension and **** leading up to the end.
User avatar #50 - Karibookiller (08/16/2014) [+] (9 replies)
Dude I played Happy Trails, and I followed the main quest. I came out, got ambushed, then I journeyed through the canyon, got the map, came back, then left, and it said I'd completed the DLC. I understand that there was more **** to do, but you'd think that if there was this huge new area that you're going to introduce, then you'd make the main quest for the area have more than 1 ******* objective. I was ******* annoyed, because I mistakenly expected that the main quest would take me around the canyon, but no, instead unlike every other DLC, they made the main quest have one objective. They could've said "Oh hey, before you go and complete the main quest, get out there and explore a little." But no, that'd be too ******* hard to make the main take you around the area a little bit. **************** .
User avatar #107 to #106 - Karibookiller (08/16/2014) [-]
Well, thank you. I'll do it right the next time I do a play through. Or maybe I'll just reload see if I still the save from right before the DLC. Any way thank you friend.
User avatar #34 - vontrollington (08/15/2014) [-]
******* dead money, man. I've said it once, but I'll say it again, it was just a pain in the ass. Lonesome road was way harder in my opinion, but it was a different kind of hard that was actually pretty enjoyable. The antagonist was awesome as well.
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