Reviews and Problems with Fallout 3: Operation Anchorage
Showing 1-5 of 5
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.
good, but not as good as i thought it was going to be!
23 May 2009
Conclusion: quickly to the person below me; you don't need xbox live to play the disc, i don't have it and have just completed operation anchorage. which brings me to the main point, operation anchorage was too short, i was expecting much more. although i havent played the pitt yet, so can't comment on that, hopefully it is much better than anchorage!
Conclusion: i love fallout 3 and the downloadble content is brilliant to ancorage is a change in to just acion and its not as bad as the mags told you and you get the gauss rifle after it you be yousing it into the other downloads and the pitt is a violent baren indusrian land full of dissesd trogs and there cool and a change from gray and dead to brown and dieing and the armour is cool and you get the auto axe how ever its over hyped but violent.
Conclusion: Fallout is superb game but the Anchorage scenario falls down due purely to its length. The Pitt is far more expansive and more VFM. Playing on Very Hard at level 20 I found it quite easy to get through with all the perks etc ( Especially the Grim Reaper Sprint) I am not hard core gamer .