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Fallout: New Vegas

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This is Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition sold on GOG.com


Application Details:

Version: 1.4.0.525 GOG
License: Retail
URL: http://fallout.bethsoft.com/en...
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Gold
Latest Wine Version Tested: 5.0

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Test Results

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Selected Test Results

What works

- Installation

- Gameplay (up to Vegas strip)

- Basic modding (Yuchigikai's Unofficial Patch)

What does not

- Nothing

Workarounds

What was not tested

- Heavy modding

Hardware tested

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Additional Comments

There appears to be a bug with aliasing that causes white spots to appear in the distance. This also happens in staging.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
Workaround?
RatingSubmitter
ShowmacOS 10.13 "High Sierra"Feb 25 20205.0Yes Yes YesGoldAvenue 
ShowArch Linux x86_64Nov 29 20194.19-stagingYes Yes YesGoldZenAnonX 
ShowDebian GNU/Linux 9.x "Stretch" x86_64May 05 20194.7Yes Yes NoPlatinumAndrew 
ShowUbuntu 18.10 "Cosmic" i386 (+variants like Kubuntu)Apr 14 20194.0Yes Yes YesGoldAapeli Rautiainen 
ShowArch Linux x86_64Aug 28 20183.14-stagingYes Yes YesGoldZenAnonX 

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Comments

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Mouse\Cursor couldn't move, player's camera couldn't turn around after problem solved.
by Avenue on Thursday February 20th 2020, 2:56
I got Fallout: New Vegas setup from GOG and found that there's a critical problem to play this game,

While I launch and get reach to the main menu, the mouse (we said cursor) was just stucking there but can very hard to move, I have to move the mouse fast and quick then the cursor just moving a bit.

I'd googled that saying the solution:

1. change the value bBackground Mouse = 0 to = 1 which within ini files.
2. remove the 360 controller within the game setting and the ini files.
3. reboot machine or reinstalling the game.

it's funny that even I'd tried these ways and the cursor finally moving as what the mouse going but after starting the new game and then I can't control the player's camera, it just stuck again and couldn't turn the cam around, the funny thing is the cursor is working very normal in menu\pipboy interface at this moment. once I switch the window via alt+tab, the problem of the mouse come back again then the player camera could hardly turn this time!!

even all these ways I'd been through but didn't make it working as what it should be eventually. I don't think this problem related to Wine but it might be a bug that related to the Joysticks device control because I googled that people always said it should be the Joysticks problem to make it like this.

by josine on Wednesday July 3rd 2019, 6:26
google

by how about no on Wednesday November 22nd 2017, 15:57
How do you install gstreamer1.0-plugins-ugly:i386? When I try doing it with apt it says it will remove a bunch of 64bit stuff
RE:
by Benjamin La Madrid on Tuesday March 20th 2018, 5:46
Usually there's an equivalent 64-bit package for everything. Just replace 'i386' with 'x86-x64' or 'x64' (all without commas) and try again.
Crashes to desktop on launch in Debian 9
by Simba on Tuesday November 21st 2017, 8:53
Tried 2.13-staging and 2.20-staging, win7, win10, winxp, all crashes to desktop with the same unhandled exception error and a few dozen 'fixme's about "quartz" which I've read should not be installed using winetricks.
Thanks!
by TheLuigus on Sunday June 11th 2017, 21:16
This is a cross-post from the steam version page, but thanks again for your testing, and for making a proper GOG edition page! For the record, it also works well with the Wine wrapper made by the guy at GOG. I believe he ended up using Wine 2.0.
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