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This guy is an official jerk off. No broken steel type add-on for new vegas? Good call. The Dumpster behind KFC 02:42, January 13, 2011 (UTC)

REALLY OK thats stupid and stupid "people" annoy the living hell outta me!!!!!!

He should consider making this game a game and not a cheap american wannabe final fantasy.

Why wouldn't he want to extend the game past the ending. It makes me not even want to download any more DLC.

Thats a really, REALLY stupid move think of the profit they would have raked up, but no they just cut out a big chunk of customers. agree with me?

Even i have to agree that not seeing the result of your actions is a bummer, honestly i wait to spend my extra money on skyrim stuff when it comes out. This choice of no main story extension is just another addition to the long list of mess ups i've come to expect from non-bethsoft western RPGs. Black isle can come up with a great idea but rarely knows how to finish one.

Seriously, 4 ~ marks isn't that hard. And once Skyrim comes out I'm probably taking a break from all my other games for a while. Great Mara 18:37, April 20, 2011 (UTC)

I love how no one realizes how insanely difficult it'd be to program and write new things for every single outcome that the player can potentially take. "Waaah, Obsidian isn't giving in to every single one of my demands ! I'm going to throw a tantrum until they do what I want them to do."

People tend to do that when they invest money in something, especially when that something doesn't live up to it's predecessors. --Gwyllgi 04:01, November 2, 2011 (UTC)