I thought Mr. House was committed to seeing Vegas prosper along with the Mojave. Yes Man was originally a generic Securitron robot programmed to work for Mr. House, like all the other Securitrons found on the New Vegas Strip. More soldiers, more protection, etc. Any direct sequel would have to concretize the Courier after that. And Yes Man is anarchy, either it's no one ruling: Anarchy, or it's Yes Man ruling: And I don't trust robots that much, or it's the Courier ruling: He's a postman, he can't rule a country. I prefer the Neutral Vegas endings over the NCR and Legion, but it is a tough choice as to House or Yes Man. 'Well Yes Man is, prior to installing whatever hardware Mister House had leftover to make himself more assertive (possibly containing everything from an AI backup of Mister House's brain to just something that would make him loyal to the Courier and the Courier alone), not actually sentient. No ending is canon. Fallout New Vegas. But more taxes, too. Narrated by Neil # Slide. In the independent ending led by the Courier and Yes Man, one of the last lines Yes Man says is something along the lines of, "Ill be going offline for upgrades to my personality matrix that will allow me to be more assertive." I too used to be a Yes Man Ending player but some new information has changed my mind, 1) None of the Yes Man endings give any hint at all that the Courier is involved in anyway with the governing of NV stating only that the Courier was responsible for independence (see http://fallout.wikia...w_Vegas_endings), 2) Yes Man states that he will undergo an upgrade to become more assertive. At best you can leave them alone in the Yes Man ending. It's not necessarilly going to happen in the Courier's lifetime. None of that is appealing but the NCR is the only ending which holds at least half a promise that the people of the New Vegas region might get a better life of some sort. It means that he could very well start acting on his own. Yes Man doesent seem to care for the people of the Mojave at all,. I wouldn't want the Yes Man ruling because he is a robot. The King doesn't want to listen to just anybody and he won't stop attacking NCR citizens in Freeside, but you can take a job from him. The Volare! In any case, I actually tend to believe it's likely Yes Man will be down for decades as opposed to hours. I sort of like the ending for Independent Vegas, it seems the most positive to me. Does he want to take control of Vegas â¦ I feel like the Yes Man ending can have any kind of impact, good or bad, on New Vegas depending on your character. Black Mountain. I made a character who was mainly intelligence, charisma, and luck, the 3 things that would make a good leader. I'm not sure if he can even think about the world outside his own shiny well lit little corner of it, safely tucked away in the strip. I'd like to know how exactly, because whatever I do, I always have only two options: either NCR or the Legion. For the sake of this discussion, I tend to interpret the game as basically saying you have a free reign without having to work throough Yes Man as an intermediary anymore. Normally, you'd find me siding with Yes Man because the choices that the writers have allowed us as players are narrow, contrived, and most players want that, "best ending," feeling of accomplishment. Yes man gameplay wise is a bail out ending, IE it's a last resort if you somehow piss off everyone else. And there's not a damn thing the Courier or anyone can do about it when that happens, because he has access to all of House's systems, controls all of the Securitrons, and can't even be killed. He was never designed to be a caregiver, he was designed and programed for one mans greed. In contrast, Fallout: New Vegas' courier may support a free and independent New Vegas with the Yes Man ending, may continue the current path of New Vegas â¦ Brutal psycopath = New Vegas is screwed. This is important as it is possible to close off all other endings and thus Yes Man is the only choice to complete the game. But, Smart person = Best option. Plus i never liked any of them except the Brotherhood anyway.