Reviews and Problems with Fallout 3: Operation Anchorage
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Value for money 10
23 June 2010
Summary: This expansion pack was not available in my local store, so I bought it online. I'm glad I did because it adds some fun new stuff to Fallout 3. I was a little disappointed by the short length of the Operation Anchorage campaign, but the new armor and weapon you are rewarded with at the end are worth the price of the add-on alone. The Pitt added a good bit of story to Fallout 3 with a morally gray story twist.
Summary: The Combo of Operation Anchorage & The Pitt add ons in this disk are a real steal, especially if it is not possible for you to download them. Operation Anchorage gives you a fallout history lesson in the form of a simulator quest for a faction of the Brotherhood of Steel. The action itself is fairly linear, but the locations are different from anything you've seen so far in Fallout. There are some fairly nice rewards at the end of this quest too.
Summary: If you can't get enough Fallout 3, look no further. Operation: Anchorage and The Pitt make a great addition to an already greater game. Operation Anchorage may take somewhere around 2-3 hours of gameplay. But The Pitt will probably take you about 3-4 hours. OA feels more like Call of Duty, adding unique elements to the game. In The Pitt,you'll travel to the ruins of Pittsburgh, PA where violence and moral degeneracy run amuck. A much better plot than Op: Anc.
Conclusion: This expansion pack is kick ass, but 2 short i completed it in like 4 hours, but im gettin broken steel and point look out when it comes out theres also a new expansion called mother ship zeta
Conclusion: I bought both of these from xbox live and loved them both. The Pitt is very gritty and as someone else has said, very "mad max". Operation Anchorage is a good old fashioned piece of shootyness and at the end, you get to keep some kick-bottom equipment (esp the Gause Rifle!