>hundreds of quests
>npcs recite the same one line over and over
Face it, New Vegas is the shittier Fallout.
Still has more random dialogue than Fallout 3.
>Random wastelander in 3:
"Huh? What? Hello. Go away."
>Random wastelander in New Vegas
"Have you seen the lights on the strip? All lit up."
"Apparently the rangers in black are coming in from Baja"
"The Legion's sending their best men from Arizona..."
Most NPCs have something politically or culturally significant to say. It's all relative to their respective factions/settlements, and not general.
Of course the citizens in the Mojave has something political to say cause they have Politics.
Washington DC is a war zone with no leader or ruling faction or even a city that is a safezone.
Of course the citizens in Washington would be more paranoid, they live in small huts.
The people in the mojave have a sort of government and ruling faction.
But if you had to live in a unstable shed your entire life in a world where kidnapping, killing and torturing is an normal thing every day I dont think you would start chit chatting to a guy with a bunch of guns who you have never met before.
But I get your point.
>three expansions of buildup
>boss recites the same one line over and over
Face it, Lonesome Road is the shittiest DLC
>dozens of quests
>Player recite the same one line over and over
>I liked Dead Money over LR
Not hating on you, but isn't that just general consensus
Or something like that
Although I personally would put them as
No people generally disliked DM outside of /v/, it's probably the same crowd that liked 3 over NV as well.
I'd rank them as:
OWB > DM > LR >> HH
Honest Hearts had Joshua Graham, who was the best character in the entire game, but the rest felt half assed. I loved the environment but I was pretty underwhelmed by the quests in the game. I'm doing a new playthrough right now though and have yet to do HH, which I've only played the once, so maybe I'll have a new opinion by the end but I remember it being underwhelming.