Summary: I created an account on metacritic just for this dlc, this poor excuse for an rpg story drops the player on the most annoying railroaded adventure ever seen in an rpg game. You are forced into the service of the brotherhood of steel who don't even bother asking you if you want it or not, you are given orders to do this and do that by the most annoying character I ever met(paladin Tristan) I created an account on metacritic just for this dlc, this poor excuse for an rpg...
Summary: Essentially fixed the game. Added some interesting quests as well, but it's largest contribution was that it let the player continue playing the game. Besides this, the changes to the Wasteland are relatively interesting and the final destruction of the Enclave is a FAR more satisfying conclusion to the main questline than the original end to Fallout 3.
Summary: After a long break from Fallout 3 i'm now going to play the last two of the DLC'S. So far this is the best DLC. Broken Steel countinues with the story of Fallout 3 and finish the fight with the Enclave. You don't really get many stuff in this DLC but 3/4 in to it you ass-kicking Tesla Cannon. You also your cap raised from 20 to 30. Now just one more Dlc to go and then i'm done. Fallout 3: After a long break from Fallout 3 i'm now going to play the last two of the DLC'S.
Summary: I really enjoyed the extra content this DLC provided, and the additional level cap was great. I am of a personal belief that this add-on ruined an otherwise wonderful ending. It is my belief that you should leave well enough alone - unless you intend it that way from the beginning. I do not believe this was the intent, but the developers bowed to the will of the fan base.
Summary: probubly the best DLC just for the fact you can keep going after your game is finished . also it kinda gives you the real ending of the game . you also get alot more . your level is now capped at 30 , new perks , more quests , new places to explore , new enemies . all in all the first DLC pack you should get is this one for Fallout 3 .
Summary: In my opinion, this is the best fallout add on there is. It is definitely a must get for fallout fans, because it continues the game, instead of the game ending. Also with the new quests, this is an add on that is definitely worth the microsoft points.
Summary: It's amazing. It's long (took me about 6 hours) but it's only DLC keep that in mind. there's lots of new weapons, interesting stories, and you end the game on a better note. Pretty great DLC, try it.
Summary: If you can only buy one Fallout 3 DLC it's either this one or The Pitt, this outstanding piece of DLC adds a new quest taking place after the main one, extends the level cap to 30, adds new side quests, random encounters, new achievements, new weapons, free rome after you beat it, and hours of new gameplay, my only complaint is that the story backing it isn't all that great, but is still a If you can only buy one Fallout 3 DLC it's either this one or The Pitt, this...
Summary: I don't know where all the "It's too short" comments are coming from. It has more quests and content than any of the other expansions (with the possible exception of Point Lookout, which I found so drab and boring that I didn't finish any of the side quests). The added level cap is more than enough of a reason to get this DLC over any of the others, but on top of that it actually felt like I don't know where all the "It's too short" comments are coming from.