Fallout: New Vegas achievements revealed

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Those of you planning to play Fallout: New Vegas for the Xbox 360 can now check out the achievements the game has to offer. Looks like you’re encouraged to do a little gambling when you’re not picking locks or getting headshots V.A.T.S.-style. What else did you expect? It is Vegas.
There are 50 achievements for a total of 1,000 Gamerscore points.

The complete list of achievements (and point totals):

New Kid (10) – Reach 10th level
Up and Comer (20) – Reach 20th level
The Boss (30) – Reach 30th level
Ol’ Buddy Ol’ Pal (10) – Recruit Any Companion
The Whole Gang’s Here (25) – Recruit all companions
Crafty (15) – Craft 20 items
Mod Machine (15) – Install 20 weapon mods
Walker of the Mojave (10) – Discover 50 locations
Master of the Mojave (25) – Discover 125 locations
Globe Trotter (25) – Discover all snow globes
You Run Barter Town (15) – Sell 10,000 caps worth of goods
Blast Mastery (15) – Cause 10,000 damage with energy weapons
Love the Bomb (15) – Cause 10,000 damage with explosives
Lead Dealer (15) – Cause 10,000 damage with guns
No Tumbler Fumbler (15) – Pick 25 locks
Stim-ply Amazing (15) – Heal 10,000 points of damage with stimpaks
New Vegas Samurai (15) – Cause 10,000 damage with melee weapons
Jury Rigger (15) – Repair 30 items
Hack the Mojave (15) – Hack 25 terminals
Artful Pocketer (15) – Pick 50 pockets
Outstanding Orator (15) – Make 50 speech challenges
Desert Survivalist (15) – Heal 10,000 points of damage with food
Old-Tyme Brawler (15) – Cause 10,000 damage with unarmed weapons
Know When to Fold Them (10) – Win 3 games of Caravan
One-Armed Bandit (10) – Play 10 spins of Slots
Little Wheel (10) – Play 10 spins of Roulette
Double Down (10) – Play 10 hands of Blackjack
Caravan Master (30) – Win 30 games of Caravan
The Courier Who Broke the Bank (30) – Get banned from all of the Strip’s casinos
Hardcore (100) – Play the game from start to finish in Hardcore Mode
Ain’t That a Kick in the Head (10) – Complete Ain’t That a Kick in the Head
They Went That-a-Way (25) – Complete They Went That-a-Way
Ring-a Ding-Ding (25) – Complete Ring-a-Ding-Ding
The House Always Wins (30) – Complete The House Always Wins
For the Republic (30) – Complete For the Republic
Render Unto Caesar (30) – Complete Render Unto Caesar
Wild Card (30) – Complete Wild Card
All or Nothing (15) – Complete All or Nothing
Veni, Vidi, Vici (15) – Complete Veni, Vidi, Vici
Eureka! (15) – Complete Eureka!
No Gods, No Masters (15) – Complete No Gods, No Masters
Come Fly With Me (20) – Complete Come Fly With Me
Talent Pool (20) – Complete Talent Pool
Return to Sender (20) – Complete Return to Sender
Arizona Killer (20) – Complete Arizona Killer
You’ll Know it When it Happens (20) – Complete You’ll Know It When It Happens
G.I. Blues (20) – Complete G.I. Blues
That Lucky Old Sun (20) – Complete That Lucky Old Sun
Volare! (20) – Comple Volare!
The Legend of the Star (20) – Complete The Legend of the Star



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