Fallout: New Vegas - Old World Blues Summary
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As with the Dragon Age Ultimate Edition, the Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition has been announced and contains every single bit of DLC released for the first person RPG, including the major add-ons like Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues and Lonesome Road, as well as the small DLC releases including the Courier's Stash and Gun Runners' Arsenal packs that brought unique weapons, ammo and recipes to the game.
Bethesda has announced the Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, which, like other Ultimate Editions of its kind, will include the original game and all of the content released for it in its lifetime. The Ultimate Edition will be released in North America on the 7th February 2012, and in Europe on the 10th February for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Major Nelson has posted the latest happenings for the Xbox Live Marketplace from now until October 17th. Four new titles out on Xbox Live Arcade today.
A Bethesda sale is running until October 10th with 50 percent off, including Fallout: New Vegas. Next week Saints Row 2 and its DLC discounts.
This week on the US PlayStation Store is indie made Limbo as well as zombie surviving Dead Block, and Fallout: New Vegas gets the Old World Blues DLC.
Bulletstorm gets the Blood Symphony DLC Pack, adding 5 new maps. Mortal Kombat lands Warrior Rain, and PSone Classics strut side-scroller Kyuiin.
Bethesda has announced in its official blog that the third downloadable content pack is now available for Fallout: New Vegas, called 'Old World Blues'. The DLC title comes from "an expression in the wasteland called 'Old World Blues.' It refers to those obsessed with the past they can’t see the present, much less the future for what it is. Their eyes are like pilot lights, guttering and spent, the realities of their world continuing on around them as they stare into the past."