Summary: From my personal experience, I didn't enjoy Point Lookout due to the sudden stretch in difficulty, but it is a great DLC nonetheless. Having a Western-Style hill-billy DLC mixed with scientific concepts is unique and perfectly fitting for the post apocalyptic environment. Those that found the other DLC's too easy will be either pleased or shocked (like myself) with the much higher scale From my personal experience, I didn't enjoy Point Lookout due to the sudden stretch...
Summary: I myself enjoyed this DLC, but if you judge it by its linear gameplay and weak story then it is only slightly superior than Operation: Anchorage and weaker than all the other DLC's. However, it is extremely exciting at first and you will be allured by the glamorous art and detail in the Alien Mothership.
Summary: Fallout 3 was awesome. It made buying this dual pack worth the money. Oblivion, not so much. It is definitely not Skyrim! lol I would give Fallout 3 a 5 star rating and Oblivion a 1 star rating. Hence the 3 star rating.
Summary: One of the more superior of the Fallout 3 DLC. The Pitt has by far the greatest story of all the DLC's, it is emotional, interesting, unique, and has some really difficult moral choices at the end. The world you are in is a perfect example of what a post-apocalyptic environment would be like, it is creepy, horrifying, and even rather sad. The only negatives I can think of is weak awards One of the more superior of the Fallout 3 DLC.
Summary: Fallout 3: Point Lookout is a mediocre add-on. To start off, the setting is kind of bland. It's pretty much a swampy wetlands area with a hazy look to the atmosphere. The only places I like in the new dlc are a rundown mansion and an abandoned theme park. The new enemies are "Swampfolk" that can be kind of tough at times but their design is boring and just an odd additive to the game. The Fallout 3: Point Lookout is a mediocre add-on.
Summary: This is one of those games that completely takes you from the real world and puts you into a beautiful (or in this case, destroyed) virtual world. Exciting, fun, so much to see and do and Bethesda does it best! There is nothing like sitting down in the chair, dimming the lights, surround sound, and playing some Fallout. 3-4 hours later you will be relaxed, happy, and trying to realize it is the "real" world again.