Reviews and Problems with Fallout 3 Game Add-On Pack: Broken Steel and Point Lookout
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Greetings from the Wasteland
Luke E Tesdal, Amazon
24 June 2014
Summary: It has been several years since this game came out, and even this DLC is not news to anyone. However, if you loved the original Fallout 3 and the Fallout universe (I have been on board since the original Fallout and its aggravating time constraints) and have Fallout 3 but did not get the Game of the Year Edition (if you don't have it at all, go get that since it has all the DLC), then this two part DLC (which is hopefully reasonably priced) is an awesome way to keep...
Summary: Broken Steel puts you back into the service of the Brotherhood of Steel fighting the Enclave. Point Lookout takes you to a whole new playing area, with scads to explore and more quests to undertake. Good update for those already well into the Fallout 3 realm.
Summary: Not much to say, both are nice DLCs, but you definitely want to get point lookout out of the way. It has boosted difficulty for no reason at all, and the main quest and even the side quests are boring, which is unusual in a Bethesda game.
Summary: I'm totally addicted to this franchise and can't wait for Fallout 5 or whatever the heck else. I still have this installed after many of my other games, some newer, have been uninstalled and sold or given away.
Summary: The reason why this gets five stars from me is because I have yet to give any of Bethesda's games a low rating, and this expansion set further proves why I like and rate their products as I do. Bethesda has revitalized the Fallout series with the third entry in the series, and with skill, thoughtfulness, and integrity. I am a big fan of their Elder Scroll series, and I was curious when they were working on Fallout 3 if it would be everything that everybody expected.