Most of us had experienced the beauty and majesty that is the Skyrim wilderness. With the thought that dragons might swoop down one minute or the other, we were always on our toes, or at least, our fingers were ready to do the fighting for us by controlling our character. Our swords were always on the ready and our shields held high and true, ready to block arrows and anything that might be waiting to snuff us out. That was Skyrim, though.
In the back of our minds, we secretly yearn for a landscape that would not look out of place in a Mad Max movie. A dystopian landscape where we could either be the hero that saves the world, or the villain that finally ushers it into the finale we think it rightfully deserves, after all. Well, if you have those thoughts in your mind, then congratulations. You just thought of the plot to Fallout, and that?s exactly what this game gives you when you play it.
The game officially begins with your coming of age in one of the government?s specially designated vaults. These are designed in the same way fall-out bunkers were made back during the nuclear scare of the Cold War era, only bigger. An incident happens during the day you come of age, and as such, you are suddenly thrust to fend for yourself outside of the safety of the fall-out bunker. You discover that, prior to what you?ve been told, the world outside has slowly recuperated, although it still looks every bit like the nuclear wasteland it?s supposed to be.
How do you know if you?d survive in this harsh wasteland or not? Better yet, can you survive with these mods at your disposal?
-????????? PN Team?s Project Nevada
A nifty little mod created for Fallout: New Vegas by the very same creator that brought us Fallout 3 Wanderer?s Edition. So you thought that vanilla Fallout: New Vegas was beginning to look a little?well, bland? Here?s a little mod that should correct that. It is by no means a mod designed to overtake the vanilla game, but it is rather a set of themed modules. You can further customize your experience by choosing custom options rather than letting the whole mod take over the game for you.
-????????? The Mod Configuration Menu, Pelinor
What?s a good Bethesda game without having a good Mod Configuration Menu for it? This mod lets you configure options for the other mods in your game, hence the menu. The interface is pretty straightforward and easy to use, letting you figure out which options you want in the game and which ones you don?t want.
-????????? Yossarian?s Nevada Skies ? Weather Effects
Have you ever thought how the sky would look like after humanity got so angry that it nuked itself? Well, here?s an imagination of what it would look like?completely normal, except for the freaky weather. This mod does not only change the appearance of the sky in-game but also lets you experience in real time what weather in a nuclear wasteland would be. Experience fallout rains like you?ve never had before; you better have some Rad-X?s if you don?t want to fall dead in the middle of a fall-out rainstorm.
-????????? Weapon Mods Expanded ? WMX, Antistar
Here?s another nifty mod that would greatly enhance your Fallout: New Vegas experience. It is only natural that weapons and such would lie around for easy access, but are these weapons the only ones left? The WMX mod takes any and every weapon mod available (or the ones that matter) and consolidates them into one vast compendium.
-????????? NeilMc?s NMCs Texture Pack for New Vegas
Another nifty mod and a powerful one at that. This mod expands on the vanilla texture found in-game. While Bethesda is to be credited for creating a realistic game, wouldn?t you find that the textures in-game are lacking? The textures have been re-made and re-imagined in this nifty mod. You better have a powerful rig, though, if you want to install the more powerful version of the mod, which is included for download.