Of all the games coming out over the next year, there is only one that you could instantly pick out from just the music chosen for the trailer. With a song perfect for a 1940’s Vegas lounge, Fallout: New Vegas dropped its latest trailer at E3. In it, gamers were given their first peek at just what is in store for them in one of the few towns that was not devastated by the nuclear war that created the Fallout world.
Though not a direct sequel in the Fallout series, Fallout: New Vegas inhabits the same world as Fallout 3 with its events taking place three years after. The trail below shows a barren desert surrounding the cesspool of Vegas inhabited by the same mutated dogs and Super Mutants that have plagued other Fallouts along with some fantastically devastating weaponry. It’s kind of sad that in a world torn apart by war, players are going to further tear it down… Actually, from the look of this trailer, it’s pretty damn cool. I can’t wait to shoot a rocket launcher of my own at one of those “Jingle Jangle Jingle” playing robots either.
The New California Republic. Sniper rifles. Green toxic waste. An Elvis impersonation school. Crucifixions. What’s not to love in this trailer? If this is what Obsidian Entertainment has cooking up for us with Fallout: New Vegas we say bring it on. But don’t take our word for it. Take a peek below at the E3 2010 trailer for Fallout: New Vegas and let us know what you think.