Summary: Honest Hearts isn't bad per se, but it is very basic. While the beautiful scenery contrasts well with the other parts of the post-apocalyptic world the Courier visits, there is a certain lack of depth and memorable experience with this DLC.
Good game except for terrible interface, tedious inventory management, crashes, and Steam
Some Amazon Consumer, Amazon
6 April 2014
Summary: (I originally reviewed this as 1/5, but now that I have pushed through the flaws that turned me off the game initially, I am upgrading my review to 4/5.) The interface is bad - it is clunky and non-intuitive.
Summary: PC tower/Win7 64-bit/GTX 680 video card. The scene is about 200 years in the future, post-apcolyptic Nevada. No multiplayer mode. I have a STEAM version that requires, obviously, a STEAM account. However, that is free so far & offline mode works fine after initial download of game.
Summary: I typically only play FPSs and unloading two or three magazines into someone's unarmored face can be rather off-putting, but I LOVE the open world.
Pros: I'm on my second play-through and I got a couple hundred hours from the first go 'round. And that's REAL game play, not dieing over and over. In fact, there isn't much that can kill you at higher levels, if you're reasonably careful. There is simply an amazing amount of content.
Cons: Crashes. Lots and lots and lots of crashes. So many crashes that when I first attempted to play the game, I gave up and un-installed it. Then someone told me to spend some time with Google and I found enough third-party bug patches to make it playable. Even today, I sometimes have ten or even twe...