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I agree, but not in Fallout NV's case since there is no MP. Plus I got the 360 S so it's pretty quiet unlike my last one that sounded like a vacuum cleaner when I played from the disc.
PS3 for obvious reasons. Blu Ray, it'll last longer in mint condition. Silent console, better controller, online will always work no worries about having to pay for Live in x years times.Gamtrix
Rich doesnt have anything to do with PC gaming. This gen I have spent more money on ps3 and 360 separetly then I have on my new PC, also have twice as many pc games. Pc gaming isnt as expensive as everyone thinks it is.
It does when you have an apartment, bills, girlfriend, and dept to spend your money before you even make it. Rich has EVERYTHING to do with owning a good gaming PC along with the three consoles if you want to play every game you're interested in.Are you like, implying that PC gamers have no responsibilities/girlfriends or something? lol XD
Get the PC version and use a gamepad. Juggernaut140
I would honestly get it on PC (Mods, graphics, price) and get a 360 controller to play it with if you do not like the KB/M. millerlight89The surround sound that I'm getting has an optical input so there is no way I can get surround sound for PC unless I buy another surround sound for it. Plus I tend to format my computer a lot (it's been having problems lately) so I don't want the hassle of backing up saved games. (sorry if its a stupid excuse, I understand it would be to some). Consoles just seem more convinient especially for games like this that take up a lot of time. I've played fallout 3 on PC and didn't like it. Honestly it's just the vegas setting that's attracting me to so much to get it. I love vegas and desert settings and it's hard to resist.