New Vegas Bounties 1

Randall, the man typing, is your employer for the mod.

New Vegas Bounties I is a quest mod on Fallout: New Vegas and is the first mod that AlChestBreach has ever reviewed.


"New Vegas Bounties I" is the first installment in a planned series for Fallout: New Vegas. Upon initiating the quest, you'll be tasked with tracking down the most malevolent and vile assortment of outlaws in the Mojave Wasteland.

Your targets will include rogue rangers, fiends, raiders, drug smugglers, cannibals, and pistoleros, to name a few. Your opponents are all designed to be boss-caliber, akin to the fiends in "Three-Card Bounty", and became gradually more difficult as you progress.

At its core, New Vegas Bounties is an action mod; extreme violence and profanity are ubiquitous. In lieu of mind-boggling puzzles or "go collect x or y resource"-type quests, you will be confronted with dangerous opponents who are designed to frustrate and kill you. You will be harried, ambushed, outnumbered, and outgunned. This is the path of a bounty hunter - take it or leave it.

First AppearancesEdit



Raul (follower)

Rex (follower)


Al's opinion of the modEdit

Al enjoyed the mod, but commented that it was "too easy," though this may have been because his Courier was a level 30. He also praised the voice acting, appreciating the fully voiced, distinctive characters. He did, however, find the lack of dialogue options to be underwhelming, and the final battle was too difficult when compared to the rest of the mod.


  • Al does not wear his typical attire in these videos. For most of the mod, he wears combat armor, a beret and Authority Glasses (which would later be given to Jerry).
  • Al also does not have his signature facial hair, Doom Rider. Instead, he has a Survivalist beard, this is because he is using a seperate Courier then DoctorDoLittle called John Goodman.
  • Al is much less zany in this review than in his future reviews, indicating that his style was aquired.


New Vegas Bounties download page

First part of Al's review of New Vegas Bounties