Summary: $60 for just 1 DLC!? really!? someone's desperate cause i can get this content off Xbox Live for $8. recommend buying and downloading off LIVE cause if ur paying $60 just for a DLC that's 4yrs old and anyone can get it's not worth it
Summary: This DLC adds nothing new to Fallout 3, and feels wholly unnecessary. Environments are linear and everywhere looks the same. The story is weak but the NPC's are mildly interesting given the different time periods they come from.
Summary: it was alright wouldnt have made it the last DLC. i played through it at level 30 and it was tough. thats not why i didnt like it, i just found it a bit crap. i did like SOME of the weapons though like that pistol and rifle.
Summary: I bought this for my son. However, we never got it. The company told us thier supplier was slow getting them in so refunded the money AND said once it came in they would send it free of charge. They did refund the money but we have never received this game.
Summary: THIS IS MY MOST FAVORITE DLC. THE BEST OF THE BEST. THE ONLY THING I DIDNT LIKE, IS THE FACT THAT ONCE YOU BEAT THIS DLC, ALONG WITH THE OTHERS, IS THE FEELING THAT FALLOUT 3 WONT BE ANY FUN ANYMORE. OVERALL, THE BEST DLC.
Summary: There were two places I absolutely had to visit in Fallout 3: Dogmeat and the crashed spacecraft. With the new downloadable content, Mothership Zeta, what was once a visit to a spooky alien craft turns into a full-fledged abduction scenario.